Saturday, November 28, 2009

Lucy Room Pictures

We finished Lucy's room about a week ago and I realized I had yet to put pictures of it up here. My tripod broke and so not as clear as my photos of her room usually are, but you'll get the idea.

These are a few of her crib area. The print above her bed was purchased at the Wells Street art fair and the cubbie mobile plays, "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" and was purchased by Lucy's grandpa. Although her Baba (my mom/ex-wife of grandpa...Baba is Ukrainian for grandma) would like Lucy to know that she saw it on Amazon a long time ago but didn't purchase it and so really she wins. Yes it's all about winning in my family. My entire childhood was me asking, "Is this a winning game?"

This corner is directly across from her crib and hosts several of the prints we got including room for many to go up in the future. The rocking chair was also purchased at an art fair and is one of the most comfortable rocking chairs I have sat in. I think Lucy will like being rocked in it. I love the little reading light next to the chair and am realizing that Lucy's room is way way cooler than our room and that we might have gone overboard.






We got this light fixture at Ikea and think it's pretty fun and makes the light a little less harsh in the room.


This is her changing table with two prints of little pigs over the top shelf which we got at an art fair in Bloomington, Indiana. Right now Teddy is holding Lucy's place and we are using him to practice diapering/any baby swings, car seats etc. No I'm not kidding that we strapped him into the car seat. And it was super cute.



This dresser was actually my Dad's grandparents dresser. Then it was his, then it was mine. Then we refinished it and now it'll be Lucy's. The clock on the right was given to Jason and I from my mom for our wedding and it's supposed to do fun things on the hour. It's supposed to play a song and the face opens up and turns around but it's not working for some reason. The print is another one we got at the Wells Street art fair.


This final one is just looking into the room from the hallway.



Did we do too much? Probably.
Is her room way cooler than any other room in the house? Yes.
Am I worried about when we move out and then landlord seeing that green paint? Absolutely.
Are we totally excited for Lucy to arrive? More than you can imagine.
Is mom totally bored out of her mind and wondering what the hell she's going to do this week? Yes. With a capital 'Y'.

Earlier today she moved so much and we don't know if she realizes she'll be so much more comfortable out here with us as I'm guessing those long legs and giant head are running out of room.

So I guess this is just preparation for me to get ready to not be able to control every little thing like I like right now.  I'm just such a planner and I'm always on time for things and so on and I'm guessing sometimes I'm just going to have to let things go if they don't go exactly according to plan. Maybe Lucy is already teaching her mom a lesson. Maybe....but maybe Lucy will just have to learn to be on time in the future. Not even here yet and already a Daddy's little girl.

6 comments:

Lysa said...

I love the room! It looks great and way more put together than my baby's room. It also looks pretty big. I'm sure she will love it.

Anonymous said...

it looks great...the prints look so nice framed and up. you guys made such a welcome home for lucy...now, come on lucy, come check it out!

Lisa

Scott said...

Nice pics. Those will be fun to look at in the future. Where you lived when you 'brought the baby home' is always a special house/apt.

Watching the Bears get pounded today by the Vikings should induce labor!

gramps

Nicole said...

Love the room. You definitely didn't do too much. I hope she arrives by tomorrow. Heck I hope both of our babies arrive by tomorrow - I'm always early for things and would like my little guy to come on as well. There is a full moon this week which people say can cause labor - what can I say I'm getting desperate. Best of luck.

Andy Rieger said...

The room looks fantastic. Poor Alice is going to feel very deprived when she sees her cousin's room. She'll have to get used to it - probably won't be the last time...

Jamie said...

Wow, that looks terrific!

Sorry about Bears Vikings.