33 Weeks

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  • Love the crib and I remember those pillows from your shower- they are so great! Can’t wait to see pics of your beautiful baby…so soon!ReplyCancel

  • Love the crib and I remember those pillows from your shower- they are so great! Can’t wait to see pics of your beautiful baby…so soon!ReplyCancel

  • Jonathan Vogan

    Great job! The crib looks ready for occupation. 🙂 your comments made me remember that while we had lots and lots of smiles looking at our babies in their cribs, it was a rare treat to wake up in the morning smiling at a sleeping child. 😀 Sleep became something to do as long as we could until we were awoken by a non-sleeping baby. Love really does cover a multitude of “things.”ReplyCancel

    • I was actually thinking of that when I typed it…I am sure we will soon see for ourselves. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Jonathan Vogan

    Great job! The crib looks ready for occupation. 🙂 your comments made me remember that while we had lots and lots of smiles looking at our babies in their cribs, it was a rare treat to wake up in the morning smiling at a sleeping child. 😀 Sleep became something to do as long as we could until we were awoken by a non-sleeping baby. Love really does cover a multitude of “things.”ReplyCancel

    • I was actually thinking of that when I typed it…I am sure we will soon see for ourselves. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Arryn, It looks so pretty! Congrats on assembling it. That’s a real test to a relationship… assembling furniture together! What’s the nursery bedding going to be? I like what you have there so far 🙂ReplyCancel

    • Thank you! Haha it was a test…:) we were definitely not happy at some points. We want “woodland Owls” to be the theme. My mom and I are actually sewing the baby quilt together. I designed it and we are making it together.ReplyCancel

      • Awe that sounds so awesome. Our favorite blanket for Avery is a quilt my coworker’s wife made. Homemade stuff is always the best! Can’t wait to see the quilt when you are done. Do you think you’ll finish before you pop? You’re getting close!ReplyCancel

        • I sure hope to finish it before then. I am definitely getting close! I will have to blog about it when it is all doneReplyCancel

  • Arryn, It looks so pretty! Congrats on assembling it. That’s a real test to a relationship… assembling furniture together! What’s the nursery bedding going to be? I like what you have there so far 🙂ReplyCancel

    • Thank you! Haha it was a test…:) we were definitely not happy at some points. We want “woodland Owls” to be the theme. My mom and I are actually sewing the baby quilt together. I designed it and we are making it together.ReplyCancel

      • Awe that sounds so awesome. Our favorite blanket for Avery is a quilt my coworker’s wife made. Homemade stuff is always the best! Can’t wait to see the quilt when you are done. Do you think you’ll finish before you pop? You’re getting close!ReplyCancel

        • I sure hope to finish it before then. I am definitely getting close! I will have to blog about it when it is all doneReplyCancel

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