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Mamie's Nursery

So I think we found the bedding for Mamie's nursery. I LOVE it so
much. As soon as I saw it I knew that was what we had to get. It
reminds me of when I was growing up. :) I think it is going to be so

Now the walls are going to be a soft pink. Not this terrible harsh
yellow. We will have a white bed skirt, white crib and my old
changing table that I hope to get refinished to an antique white. Mom
has an old wooden rocking chair that I am going to also have a pillow
made for it and put it in the nursery. Behind the crib Britney and I
are going to draw a big tree and have a few little birds sitting on
the limbs. AH I can't wait. I think it is going to be so sweet. As
soon as we start putting it together I will take some pics and put
them on the blog for you all to see.


  1. Oh Sarah--it's gorgeous!! I can't wait to see the finished product!!

  2. I love the bedding! Her nursery is going to be just perfect!


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