Shopping for The Kid—Poptart's Zen Little Baby Nursery

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

It may come as no surprise that I've been having A LOT of fun shopping for the kid. We still have a few things to do in the nursery, and if I can take decent enough pictures (sometimes I post little IG stories if you follow me there), I'll do a photo tour closer to his due date (Mayish). In the meantime, though, I thought I'd share some of the things we've collected for the room, along with a few items on the "I'm watching you" list.


It's such a peaceful room full of sandy neutrals and dark woods and little pops of dark green. Very Seattle, very us...hopefully very him. I've included some treasures like a pastel painting I stole from Papa that he made, and my changing table from when I was a baby. Raz created the Washington version of a California closet for our dude's growing wardrobe, and he's going to make us wall-length living-edge bookshelves next. I have some photos to edit that will go in a gallery above the crib. All in all, it's already become one of our favorite places to chill.

Now if only we could figure out how to keep the cats from jumping into the crib...



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