Happy Monday friends! I hope everyone had a fantastic weekend!

I’m officially in my 37th week and the baby could be here any day. Ryan and I spent the weekend reminding each other that this could be the last weekend with just the two of us.

Dare I say it? I think we’re about ready for the baby. At least physically we’re prepared with all his stuff. Mentally I still haven’t wrapped my head around the fact that there’s actually going to be a baby here. We pretty much just need to install his car seat and we’re ready to go. And I suppose I should actually finish my school assignments like I swore I would last week…

This weekend we toured the hospital we’re delivering at now; seeing the rooms and learning their procedures helped my peace of mind. We have an appointment on Tuesday with the doctor we saw at the hospital last week and I’m hoping he’ll give us a better idea on if/when we should expect to be induced.

I thought I’d take today to show off the nursery to you all! Really, though, I’ll be showing you the baby’s stuff all over the house because this kid seriously has more stuff than I do. Ready for picture overload?

The Nursery

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Crib he won’t actually sleep in for awhile, which is why it’s full of stuff
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Jammies & jackets

And because one room can’t contain all his stuff, here’s a quick look at the rest of the house.

The Bathroom

His little bathtub will go in here too.

Master Bedroom

We still need to position the Pack & Play to fit so we can hook the attachment on for diapers and wipes. It’s going to be a tight fit though so we’re waiting until I don’t have a 9-months pregnant belly. His swaddle blankets, carrier, and all my nursing stuff are tucked in my nightstand.

Living Room

He doesn’t have too much stuff in the living room yet, just a glider and this basket. I’ll keep a boppy pillow out here and his Rock and Play will probably alternate between the living room and the office.

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Another basket with burp clothes & blankets

He also has a shelf in the kitchen for bottles, teethers, and the breast pump and once we get his stroller set up, it will probably live in the entry way.

So there you have it. The house is full of baby stuff; now we’re just waiting for baby!

(Almost) Ready for Baby & a Nursery Tour

2 thoughts on “(Almost) Ready for Baby & a Nursery Tour

  • October 30, 2017 at 3:04 pm
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    No surprise that you have nurtured every detail. This little boy is blessed beyond measure—You already are an amazing mother! T -20 and counting!

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    • October 30, 2017 at 5:49 pm
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      Aw thanks Aunt Ti šŸ™‚

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