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Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Her room.

For an update: at my 39 week appointment this morning it seems that there has been not a lot of progress and that little one is cozy and she is content. This seriously amazes me because this whole pregnancy, with my low progesterone numbers I've had a high chance of miscarriage and then preterm labor and here I am...39 weeks pregnant...seriously can't believe it.

Moving on.

I wanted to post some pictures of her nursery for everyone to see. I'm quite excited and even though I know she won't be in there right away, I love knowing that it's all ready for her.

To be honest, when I was first cleaning out and organizing her room it was a sort of out of body experience-it didn't feel real and I certainly couldn't believe I was preparing that dreaded "spare room that would hopefully please Lord, please Lord, become our designated nursery."

But, I did it and it is more or less ready for our sweet one (whenever you want to make your grand entrance!)!

Here's her room:


Her curtains I found at the thrift store for $2.99!!! Can't beat that-especially because the ones I originally wanted from Bed bath and beyond were $39.99 a panel!!

Here's a close up:






This is hanging above the glider. Her beautiful Aunt painted it for her:






I've had that guardian angel print for years, and so I found a $1 frame at the thrift store, painted it, and put scrap paper behind it so that it would go nicely in her nursery.


Like my wall of mirrors? Dollar tree and spray paint! So simple and so cheap!

I painted this sign to hang above her closet. I had all the materials already so this cost nothing to do! Wahoo for free decor:



Speaking of closet...little girl definitely has plenty of clothes! :)


And on the other side of the closet hangs some (and some folded) clothes that she will grow into. I was either given them or found them for a ridiculously cheap price on clearance. Goodness, shopping for little girls is so much fun:


And of course, her crib:


Her sign/name I painted for above her crib-once again, DIY=super cheap and easy! This maybe cost a total of $3 to make since I had most everything already:


Her first rosary:


A shelf that I put pictures on and displayed some of the dresses I love:


Like this crocheted cardigan and bonnet that my grandfather's mother made (I love the family history)...she will wear this with her baptismal gown:


And here's a few more random things around her room:








And lastly, our guest bathroom has never looked so sweet:








:)

It's so crazy to think that that room, the room that use to bring sadness and bitterness at times, now fills my heart with joy and excitement.

There were so many times before we got pregnant that I would go sit in that room, broken, with tears in my eyes, begging The Lord to help us grow our family.

And now, throughout this pregnancy I've gone in there and my tears of sorrow I've been replaced with tears of joy and excitement and thankfulness.

Both my dh and I still discuss how it all seems so unreal and that we can't believe we are so close to meeting this little one, who has already completely captured both of our hearts.

It's amazing to think that she could be here at any moment and definitely in the next couple weeks....

Now, we wait.

:)

"Even miracles take a little time..." [Cinderella]

23 comments:

Megan said...

It is absolutely adorable! I love the quote!!

Kaitlin @ More Like Mary said...

Perfect!

Anonymous said...

I love those items that have been passed down through the generations.

Lena

Jenny said...

So sweet!

Grace in my Heart said...

Super cute! You are ready! :) Can't wait to "meet" her!

Leila@LittleCatholicBubble said...

Oh, so wonderful!!!

Patiently Waiting...... said...

Faith's room is PERFECT! prayers for you as the big day approaches!

Little Moments said...

I love all the little personal touches. Beautiful!

Catholic Mutt said...

It's beautiful!

Kat said...

Beautiful room and I LOVE the quote about miracles!

Em said...

Sooooo beautiful and such a testament to God's FAITHfulness :) :) :) Love all the pink in her room!

I'm so happy for you and will be checking your blog often and anxiously, awaiting news of her safe arrival!!

Can't wait!!

-Emily

JellyBelly said...

So incredibly lovely!

imusthaveprayedforpatience said...

Cute, cute, cute! We have the "worth the wait" bib, too, and some onesies. :)

St. Rita's Roses said...

I am so happy for you- You are beautiful and you have such a grateful heart. God is smiling down upon you!! I love going on this journey with you. I cant wait to see pics of Faith!!!

KJL said...

I love this! Thank you for sharing! Our little girl has that rosary too, and she has loved it since she was born--we still use it with her all the time!

All in His Perfect Timing said...

SOOOO Adorable!!! <3 I love all the personalized decor & her clothes on display & the bow holder in the bathroom! Amazing job for an amazing little girl!

Isaiah 55:8-9 said...

It's beautiful!!! She will grow up knowing she is so loved!!

Lauren @ Magnify the Lord with Me said...

This makes me so happy!!!!! Love that you have a room to decorate! It's perfect. I love it!

Faith makes things possible said...

Thanks ladies!!!

Ania said...

Love it!!!

So much love went into it-she will def feel it.

Where did you find all the hair bows? I am dying for some for Lillie

Faith makes things possible said...

Ania: I bought the headbands at the local craft store and then most the bows that I'll change out with the headbands, I bought at forever 21...super cheap (and cutie!!)!!

Perfect Power in Weakness said...

Love the room and all the personal touches you added. Can't wait to see pictures of your little one in the room!

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