Baby Delaney's Room {Our Home}

Delaney's room used to be her big brother Cole's room...he now shares a room with his big brother (I need to show you that still!) It also serves as our guest room, and my goal for this bedroom was to have it girly, without being TOO girly, and being something she can grow into without a major redo!

This room is filled with tons of projects and is now my favorite room in our house!


This wreath was made by my friend and was put on our front door to announce Delaney's arrival. She orginally had a message written in chalk, but once I moved it inside, I used gold vinyl (cut with the Silhouette machine) to personalize. 

 The above picture is with the light on. I love the shadows this light fixture creates! 

{The light was purchased at Lowes on clearance for just under $50!!}

{A very full closet, it is so nice to have some pink and purple in our house!}

{her crib was painted with Miss Mustard Seeds Chalk Paint--Apron Strings and is the same crib used by her brothers who had used all of the edges to chew on...}

{this dog rocker was picked up at an awesome local marketplace, it reminds me of our dog Mason, and is holding our video monitor at the moment}

{a future play area}

{the dresser, updated with pink knobs, serves as a changing area}

{cute hangers I picked up at Gordmans display dresses I've made for Delaney, her hair bows, and random other things like her towel and tutu--that I also made but still haven't put on her!}

{The quilt made by her BeeMa}

{The quilt I made for her, the backing fabric is the color inspiration for the room; I also made the crib skirt and fitted sheet}

{Collage wall, put up last week when my mom was in town visiting}

{her personalized onesie inside a shadowbox--frames are from IKEA or Hobby Lobby}

{Painting the scallop wall was a fun project from last summer, I used freezer paper ironed onto the wall to make the scallops. I also painted the heart canvas. Inspiration.}

{The guest bed headboard was made for under $50 by my husband and I, and the quilt was made with the help of my mother in law.}

{This rack holds socks, hats, and tights...and you can see the changing pad cover I made peaking out.}

{my assistant}

Aren't you ready to come visit??
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So it looks like I took a fairly substantial hiatus from the blog for a while...sorry.

About a year ago I discovered that I was pregnant for the third time...unfortunately this time, pregnancy REALLY knocked me on my butt. Aside from the exhaustion, I also had fairly regular nausea the entire first trimester. By the time the second trimester rolled around, and I was able to peel myself off the sofa, I had lot of catching up to do. PLUS, we discovered we were having our first daughter! Delaney was born November 22nd. She is by far my most dramatic baby, but she really has been the most amazing blessing and we can't imagine our life without her!

I have SO MANY projects to share with you, because I was busy and I was being creative, but I just wasn't really good about sharing it here.

In the meantime while I go back through all my pictures so I can share what I've done, I'll instead just share the wonderful video put together by our birth photographer. If you are still in the season of your life where you are having babies, I strongly encourage you to have a birth photographer. Ours also happens to be a was like striking GOLD! She was fantastic, like a long lost best friend that needed to be there! So take a few minutes and enjoy the video, and I'll try to be back soon to share all of the projects I've completed!

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I'm baaaaack...

But I'm not sure how long I'll be staying...I fell off the planet to grow a(nother)

And to further add to our shock, it ends up this time around we will be having a baby girl.

So, while I've been taking it easy and resting this past spring and summer, I have only been minimally crafty. I've done a few projects, some baby quilts, so I definitely have things to share, but it's been nice to take it easy and to just make things without feeling like I need to worry about pictures or blog posts.

Little Miss should be joining us right before Thanksgiving...and hopefully I'll pop in here and there to share some of the things I've been whipping up.

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