Yeah, I'm still stuck in Babyland-
mentally, that is.
The nursery is now complete.
I thought I'd share Harper's dreamland.
Harper's daddy did an awesome job of getting the room ready in time for her arrival home.
The frames in the wall collage and the changing table
were painted with Southern Honey Chawk Paint.
A pencil art of the sea, a framed photo
of the fortune cookie that read, "It's a Girl,"
and a mirror reflecting the bed make up the collage.
The "H" was made by my daughter in law
and used at Christy's baby shower.
A photo of Harper will go in the other aqua frame.
This is my favorite wall because the shelves are lined with books.
When Harper's mom was just a tiny tot, I could read 20 books
at a time and she never wanted me to stop.
She was saying nursery rhymes by the time she was 18 months old.
The room's color and theme was actually inspired
by the wall hanging of the cranes.
The art is hand made and was purchased from a vendor at
the Nashville Flea Market.
Another framed print of her name hangs over the crib.
Aunt Tina had the rabbit made especially for Harper's room.
All these pretties, but guess who's the prettiest of them all.
No, not you, Charlie. (He wanted to dress up too!)
I must say he IS cute, jealous yet protective.
He has a verocious growl when strangers come near.
He will probably be her best friend.
Thanks for visiting.
Hope you'll return again soon.