Wednesday, November 28, 2012

37 Weeks: (Almost) Complete Nursery

 Holy Moly!  Only THREE more weeks!

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I am so excited to show you pictures of the nursery so you can be in awe of how fan-freaking-bomb-tastic my Aunt Charmen is.  To get the full effect, here is before: 

 

And now after:

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See, I told you my aunt is a rockstar.  

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When Dan saw the canopy over the crib he said, "Oh my, she really is going to be a princess."  Ha!

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The rocker / glider is going to go in this corner below the puff balls.

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This is an old wardrobe that has been in my family for years.  My grandparents painted it pink and we added black knobs.  I think it turned out adorable.

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The dresser that we are going to use as a changing table also has been in my family for quite some time.  We still need a changing pad to put on top and I am in the market for a few more black frames, but you get the idea.

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After we finished putting everything up, Dan and I sat down and looked at each other at the same time and said, "hopefully Margaret isn't a boy!" 

Other updates: 

  • I am starting to slightly swell.  I think this would go away if I could keep hydrated, but it seems no matter how much water I chug and ice I chew I am still thirsty.  I had to take my wedding ring off.   I know it is going to be hard to keep the men away, but I only have 3 weeks.  Hehehe.
  • Every day I wake up and think, only xx more days until my life is going to change FOREVER
  • I have discovered that through the new preventative health act that goes into effect in 2013, I am going to get my breast pump for FREE (minus the 3 hours I spent on the phone with my insurance company to figure that out).  Holla!
  • Margaret still moves all the time.  You would think she would run out of room, but she seems quite comfy in there.  
  • I keep on waiting for that truly uncomfortable feeling that people describe in the last few weeks of pregnancy.  I hope it stays away as long as possible, but for now, I am feeling pretty good.
  • I found a pediatrician and I think I have decided to put Margaret on Dan's insurance - both little things that were nagging to-dos.  We are getting closer and closer to being as ready as we can!

Thought for the day

Question for the day

Is there such a thing as too much pink?  

10 comments:

  1. That is awesome about the breast pump! I was able to use HRA dollars from my employer's wellness incentive plan for ours ... such a huge help. Hope you keep on feeling pretty good! I felt good up until I went into labor with Alex. As in, Owen and I were trekking around the zoo the afternoon before. Either way, you are sooo close! I'm excited for you. Becoming a mom is the most amazing thing :)

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  2. The room turned out so amazing!!! So excited I have read through out your entire pregnancy, I'm cheering you on!!! :)

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  3. Never too much pink! Your nursery turned out gorgeous.

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  4. Racheal The room looks freaking AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Let me repeat Awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Wow! your aunt did an amzing job. What a lucky little baby girl. lots of love has gone into this room.

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  5. Oh my goodness, the nursery is absolutely gorgeous! Your Aunt did an amazing job! So excited for you! :)

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  6. What a Fabulous nursery Racheal. This little girl is going to grow up a dive for sure.

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  7. Oh my word... is your aunt an interior decorator? If not, she should be! That is a beautiful nursery! You look great, Rachel!

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  8. Gorgeous! She will love it. I love that its sophisticated to grow with her, but still girly enough for a baby :)

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