It is hard to take pictures in small rooms. I had this trouble capturing the bathroom remodel pictures. Also, I was planning on picking up the clutter to take pictures of their room, but why hide what their room looks like 90% of the time? This is real life, not a magazine insert. Just imagine a few more books on the floor and you have the normal state. :)
* Nursing/reading chair. We spend a lot of time piled in this chair. Sometimes two of us, sometimes four.
* Blanket on back of chair crocheted by a dear friend for our wedding. It makes a great tent. :)
* Bunkbed (imagined by me, designed and built by Jared).
* white, nine cube organizer from Lowes.
* Wainscoting (on bunkbed) leftover from bathroom. We left the top three cubes open so that they could be accessed from either side. The baby's clothes and burp clothes are stored here.
* Boxes from Garden of Eden peaches. :)
* Quilts by GC.
* IKEA crib thrifted for $40 when Warren was born.
Under the bunk bed.
Books books books!! You can never have too many good books in the house. We spend a lot of time each day putting away books. This was Jared's idea. He suggested turning the crib, under the bed, so that the boys could have a little reading nook under the bed.
* Changing table is a dry sink that some friends were getting rid of years ago, before Martin came along. Jared wanted it because it was solid wood. I wanted it because it would make the perfect changing table. We use a towel on it instead of a changing pad because the pad is too high and takes away the effectiveness of the edge. Diapers are stored under the table out of sight.
* Corduroy was painted by my sister for our wedding. It is one of my favorites things in my entire house!!!
* Print of Bible verse from Mr. Howard. I snagged it from the church when they remodeled the nurseries.
* Curtains sewn by me when Martin was born. I have been thinking of updating them to navy or grey to match the boys other stuff, but this is real life. I don't have time to make everything in their room match.
* The baby sleeps to the right. Crib on loan from my in-laws.
* Dresser used to be Jared's when he lived alone in the house.
* Bookshelves were made by my Dad and used to be mine.
* Books on the shelves are mostly thrifted. When I see a good book I buy it and add it to the collection. I love old science books! * Quilt on the crib was also made by GC when Martin was born. All the babies have used it.
After five weeks the boys have adjusted quite nicely to having to all share this space. The older two have been sleeping through the baby's feedings. Having the rocking chair where it is has been perfect because neither boy can see me in the middle of the night from where they sleep. So, even if they are roused from sleep a bit, they fall back to sleep quickly.
Both Martin and Warren seem to really like their beds. Martin loves climbing the ladder (so does Warren - they often play up there during the day). Warren likes to crawl to the farthest back corner of his bed when he falls asleep. I guess he likes it dark.
I love this room. I am so happy with the way it turned out. :)