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Baby R's Sweet Little Nursery

I wanted to create a nursery fit for a sweet little baby but one that can transition into a little girl's room in the future. I also knew that this room would be used by Grandma and other visitors who come by often to help with the baby, so I needed to include a bed in it. This meant I had to forgo ...

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