Y’all know I’ve been consumed with baby, baby, baby lately, and rightfully so, since she’s just 6 weeks old! And she’s as precious as they come, so of course I’m obsessed. We’re doing really well and even starting to get into a bit of a routine. I plan to share with you “a day in the life” post on Monday. And then, of course, the routine will change!
I’m thankful you’ve stuck with me since there hasn’t been a whole lot of home decor progress happening around here lately. But with this challenge, that’s about to change. You might remember that Jordan’s nursery was the result of the One Room Challenge last fall. I couldn’t have pulled that six-week design plan together without the help of my super talented friend, Sita Montgomery. She is genius at interior design (even offers e-design), extraordinary to work with, and her aesthetic matches up perfectly with my own. I’m no dummy, when I was asked to participate in the ORC again, you better believe my next call was to Sita to see if she’d be interested in helping me again. I couldn’t imagine doing this on my own this time and with a newborn. And it wouldn’t be as much fun. Thankfully, Sita said yes! I’m crossing my fingers and toes that we pull this off in time!
Did you even know Etsy had home decor items? I didn’t for the longest time! It’s not all just handmade jewelry, clothing, and crafty things. I’ll admit it took me some time to get familiar with how to browse Etsy and to get used to their site, but once I did, I found it great for sourcing different items you won’t find in big box stores. I looked around my own home and recognized some of the most unique and cool items came from the Etsy home decor section.
Her adorable boppy covers (floral) and (orchid arrows) are both from Etsy shop IvieBaby. I looked everywhere for cute boppy covers and IvieBaby had the best ones. So many colors and patterns to choose from. I also got her a changing pad cover at IvieBaby.