I have titled this post nesting. I think I have a different kind of nesting. It is not as much cleaning as it is creating. Whether it be sewing, scrapping, or decorating. I just can't seem to get enough of it. Unfortunately those are things that I really can't do when the boys are awake so I am naturally limited. This is probably a good thing, because I think that would be all I would do.
Anyway, here are the promised pictures of the baby's room. The theme is "Oh, the places you'll go" from the Dr. Seuss book.
The pictures on the wall are all places that Andrew has been and I have been to a few of them. I love to think about all the places our boys will see throughout their lives. Didn't the stripes turn out cute? Thank you Grandma, Susie. She taped and painted some
of the stripes and painted them and Andrew also painted some. It is hard to believe there will be another Greene boy sleeping in there soon.
I need to figure out how to make the letters pop out more. The one in the middle will have his name on it, but since we are only telling family bloggers will have to wait until the 24th.This is another project I completed a couple of months ago. It has been sitting in our garage and I just recently put it in the baby's room until I figure out how to secure it to the walls without putting huge holes in the wall to please my husband. We are going to have to add another marker in 2 weeks because the boys will be 2!
So apparently I am not the only one nesting. I was in the kitchen moping the floors and I came down and Drew had put everything up on the table off of the floor and was "vacuuming." That is what the zube tube is, he had sound effects and everything. (Yes, Greg, Darce, and Dad it is the infamous Zube Tube. How did it end up all the way in WA?) I had to take a picture. Gavin had to get in on the action. So they are helping me nest.
The boys have not really paid much attention to their clothes. They would in fact rather be naked. Sunday I put on some UT overalls and they loved them. They discovered pockets and I have had to watch them because they kept getting them out of the dirty clothes hamper. Andrew was so proud. He snapped a few pictures of them and their beached whale of a mommy. This is a sweet picture though.
Thank you Grandma Greene for our new favorite outfits!