Dec 7, 2012

Baby Peanut: 40 Weeks and a Nursery Tour


Hello, 40 weeks.  You know what's great about being this far along?

My butt looks small, comparatively speaking.  For someone who's had a ghetto booty her entire life, this is a small bonus for still being knocked up.

In the end, my due date is proving rather anti-climactic.  I've accepted that Baby Peanut will be here soon, but it may be another week until I'm actually holding her.

(J, on the other hand, disagrees.  As I'm typing this, he just stuck our bags by the door, even though I informed him that there's no reason to do that.  But I digress.)

If she's not here by Tuesday, my doctor is going to bring me in for a non-stress test and ultrasound just to ensure that Baby Peanut is still happy and healthy.  She seemed optimistic that I'd be in labor before then, but there's no way I'm counting my chicken before she's hatched.  So, we'll see.

So, the nursery is basically done.  There are a few things I'd like to do, decoratively speaking, but my brother will be here for Christmas so I'll let him handle that.  We all know he has better taste than I do.


Welcome to the pink palace.  Really hope Baby Peanut is still a girl.



A really feminine girl, at that.




Sources:

Paint: Benjamin Moore Pink Swirl

Crib, dresser and hutch: Young America (via my brother, ordered directly through manufacturer)

Glider: Little Castle at Buy Buy Baby (hint - use the 20% off coupon)

Bedding and mobile: Glenna Jean Victoria (ha) -  Koo Koo Bear Kids in Alpharetta, GA

Lamp, shade and sash - Koo Koo Bear Kids

Cross on wall, pink picture frame with bow - Koo Koo Bear Kids

Other pink frame - Target

"The Girls" frame - Tugboat and the Bird, Winter Park

Elephant piggy bank - Pottery Barn Kids

Green nightstand - A & T Antiques, Orlando

Bunny Prints - Etsy seller Loxly Hollow; frames from Hobby Lobby

Pink blanket, Beatrix Potter cup and saucer, stuffed animals and sleep sheep, shell cross - gifts

Drapery - Fabric is Amy Butler Gypsy Caravan, sewing by Draperies by Lauren in Kissimmee