A little nursery spruce
A few wardrobe staples
Luke officially moved into his nursery when he was about 6 weeks old. Until then he was sleeping in Justin and my room, but he tends to be grunty in the morning so we kicked him out.
He’s doing really well sleeping at night in his nursery, and taking naps in there during the day!
Anyway, I didn’t do anything to the nursery prior to Luke’s arrival because Justin and I didn’t know if we were having a boy or a girl. So, if it was a girl I was planning on incorporating a little lavender in there to make it more feminine. And it if was going to be a boy, I wasn’t going to change much!
But I did want to make it a little special for Luke so he didn’t look back and see that he was just plopped into David’s room, you know?
I have a few more projects I’m working on to freshen it up in there, but the first step was adding new linens.
I didn’t want to give up entirely on the grey theme since the linens David used are still perfectly good, but it’s nice to see the crib looking a little updated!
You can find details about the original nursery here, but I’ll run through what is pictured above.
The crib is from Pottery Barn Kids, as well as the mobile and the elephant you see to the left of the crib. The baskets are from Target or Home Goods. The photo above the crib is from Creature Comforts which may have gone out of business as I cannot find it online.
The Solid crib skirt, Diamond crib sheet and Sticks play blanket are gifts from Oilo Studio. They kindly asked me to pick a few items out from their store, and it was TOUGH to decide! I love the darker grey against the white, and the Sticks play blanket is nice a sturdy for even using outside on a sunny day. This likely goes without saying, but the blanket doesn’t stay on the crib when Luke is sleeping in it.
Luke is clearly thrilled with the changes.