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Another blue and white bunk room. Love the chevron carpet and light, airy feel.

A Space for A New Addition I love this setup for a young one and a baby to share. This is so inspiring for mamas short on extra rooms or square footage. I just don't know how comfortable I am with that over my tiny baby!

This etsy shop has adorable dresses for little girls.-whos gonna have a girl so i can buy this!

What a great idea for a card photo--not just an invitation, but maybe the family holding "Merry Christmas" or some greeting.

Interesting facts about the fetus growing. Nice size comparison to fruits. (would be super cute to have a mommy to be eating each one of these--or at least holding them in pictures each week!)

Charlie-the-Cavalier : 50 Things To Know About Surviving The First Year Of Parenthood. GREAT list! Surprised by some things because I thought I was alone...yes...you have to clean your house even though those wonderful Pinterest pins say not to worry about it. :)

As a previous art teacher with two young kids (Now grown) while I was teaching I wish I had had one of these on my door. Every latchkey kiddo in the neighborhood wanted me for a Mom and some afternoons I found myself entertaining up to 10 children, some my kids didn't even know. Crazy! For neighborhood kids during homework and chore time. Very cool way to say no!

I love the grey and pink wall colors. The tree is a little overwhelming but I also love the dark wood crib!

Is it bad I wish there was a reason or event to wear this to, lol. #DisneySide #Disneybounding

"a recipe (from a pediatrician, no less) on how to make your own Pedialyte. I guarantee you have all the essential ingredients at home. To make your own Pedialyte, just mix 4 cups of water, 1/2 teaspoon of salt, and 2 tablespoons of sugar. You can also add 1/2 tsp. of Jell-O powder to give it a little flavor."

DIY Hideout... This would make a cute reading area in a kids room. Maybe combine this idea with the one to make a sitting area out of a baby mattress... hmm ideas ^^this will be perfect in my kids play room