from nursery to college room decorating ideas for boys

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newborn

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If only i had saw this before she was born or i would have planned to do this :)

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Pregnancy To Do by Month. I'm going to be glad I pinned someday...

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"Walk With Me, Daddy" poem keepsake. Definitely making next Father's Day

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Tips for taking newborn pics at the hospital. Saving this for the future

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10 ways to relieve labor pain... someday, I'm going to hug myself for pinning this.

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These are just TOO cute!

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Buttoned baby boots. Free crochet pattern!

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Color the animal alphabet. Has an animal for each letter of the alphabet.

Color the Giraffe Letter G | Education.com

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30 ways to photograph your newborn... someday I'll be glad I saved this :)

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Too cute!!

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family photo poses

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crocheted mocasins - pattern

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Baby

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love <3

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baby pictures kenzievanvleck

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Love this! Maternity Book

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Baby's feet with mommy and daddy's wedding rings♥

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Petti Romper

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Announcing the baby's name

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Hanging Paper Heart Wall Art

Honeybee Vintage: DIY: Paper Heart Wall Art

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Love these and she tells you how to make them yourself!

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Let a breeze into a child's room through a fluttery curtain made of ribbon. You'll need a tension rod and about 10 yards each of five different ribbons (the amount will vary depending on window size). Cut the ribbons a few inches longer than you need in order to reach the sill, then tie each length onto the rod in a necktie knot. Alternate colors or patterns. Trim to fit.

DIY Decorating - Decor Ideas - Good Housekeeping

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