Little Robertson's Nursery is finished-ish!

Morning Y'all! Well, the nursery is basically finished.  I mean there's always more that could be done, especially when one is posting pictures on a blog for millions 12 people to see.  I pretty much worked with everything I already had from Edward's nursery (including the ill-fitting ottoman slipcover - don't judge, it does it's job).  Although this nursery is very different from Edward's bright and colorful nursery.  This one's a bit more grown-up and soft.  It helps that we inherited some pretty fabulous wallpaper from the previous owners.  I can take no credit for that, except that I kept it.

So with all of those caveats (I'm resisting the urge to point out everything wrong with the room), I give you Little Robertson's nursery. 

Come on in!


The pillows on the floor are for floor time.  Something I didn't realize was a thing until after I had Edward.  Basically, when you have a baby, you spend a lot of time on the floor.  A lot.


I opted for no bumper this time around because apparently it's dangerous so I put dangerous pillows in there instead.  


Yes, we have a name.  Any guesses? 



I love that you can see the black and white awnings out of the window.




His first cashmere suit.  I would like one just like it.

The dresser, side table and changing table are all Kip's old furniture that we painted for Edward's nursery.  I also replaced the knobs with alphabet knobs from Hobby Lobby.




The kneeling boy picture was in Kip's nursery and his dad's!









Sweet dreams!



So there it is! Now we are waiting on Little Robertson to grace us with his presence! I definitely won't go past my due date.  Really it could be any day now.  I'm guessing I have a little more time, but you never know, babies be babies!











21 comments :

  1. Lookin' fab!! Can't wait to see yall! Just booked my flight for the weekend of the due date! :)

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  2. I love every.single.detail. It's really so serene and sweet. Good luck over the next few days!! xo

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  3. It's absolutely gorgeous. Can't wait to meet him!

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  4. Absolutely gorgeous, Jennifer! so sophisticated and serene, you did an AMAZING job! I'm so excited for you!!

    XOXO,
    The Glam Pad

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  5. What a cute little nursery! I really love the cashmere suit! xx. McKenna Lou

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  6. How sweet and cuddly but fresh with all te white tones! Very nicely done Jen! Xo z

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  7. What a lovely nursery for baby Robertson! He will be a lucky little guy to be coming into your beautiful family. God Bless!!!

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  8. This is stunning….fit for a prince….or even a king! It almost makes me want to have another…oh wait….I'll be 50 next year! That would not be fun! I will just rejoice when Holly has a baby! Truly, this is the prettiest nursery I've ever seen and nurseries are sort of "my thing"! My decorating partner and I had such fun designing our kids nurseries way back when! None were as beautiful as this! Hope you are feeling well! Can't wait to hear all about the new baby!

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  9. I love it! Looks beautiful! You really did an amazing job.

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  10. That room is pretty much my nesting dream! What a lucky little boy. And lucky Mama! My reality was an apartment that we had to force our way through builders to be there 1 NIGHT before scheduled c-section. We literally were passing the baby through a ladder over the stairs for first week. Then a house that was to be demolished. And then a house that again we had to force our way through our still in progress builders - 6mths past their completion date (and 2 weeks before mine). Now third baby nearly two and hoping energy will soon return to complete what you have already done. Your nursery is a perfect little dreamy cloud. I love it!

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  11. How beautiful - it's just perfect for your new little person.

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  12. Darling! Where are those Asain print pillows from!? Love them!

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  13. LOVE IT! You have done such a spectacular job...lucky little fella! I love all the white, it makes it feel so fresh and crisp like walking onto a beautiful cloud. It is so soothing and so happy you kept the wallpaper.

    This is exciting!! Now all you need is the little guy to make his grand entrance:)

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  14. Your nursery is beautiful, serene and sophisticated. Perfect for a newborn without being syrupy. I love that you have so many items from your husband's childhood. That makes it even more special. I bought the same cashmere blue and cream suit for my grandson. It is so soft and it looked adorable on him. I know you are going to love it on your son too.
    XO, Victoria

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  15. I've just come across your blog from Pinterest and it's already saved as a favorite :) I am dying to know where you bought the crib. The size/shape/design is perfect!!!

    thanks much!

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  16. I WANT TO SLEEP THERE! Baby name guesses are obvious: Chad, Cooter, or Chaz. Duh. And, I am so impressed by how beautiful the nursery is, Little Prince gets to lay his head down in style!!!

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  17. Wonderfully done! You took a beautiful canvas and made it stunning. I especially love the monogrammed crib sheet (genius) and the picture of the little boy praying. So sweet how you incorporated that piece of family history. Best of luck for a safe a speedy delivery!

    XXX
    Amelia

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  18. I am late seeing this post...The nursery is absolutely beautiful!!!! How adorable is the kneeling boy picture!! So happy for you!!

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  19. Love the glider. Will you share where you found it or who it is by?

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