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Aqua, Orange, and Grey Nursery

Creating this room for our sweet baby boy truly was a labor of love! My main goal for the nursery was to create something that was bright and whimsical but not too "babyish", that way he can grow into it.
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Love this decor but this baby should be on her back, not her belly....

  • Crystal Ball

    Anyone heard of tummy time?!? Assuming this baby is sleeping? Ever heard of what assuming does?

  • Sarah Zuniga

    Look. As a medical professional, yes a baby should be placed on their backs. HOWEVER, all 3 of my kids were extremely uncomfortable on their backs. They, like mommy and daddy, are tummy sleepers. I have an infant now, and she is only comfortable on her tummy or side. Their medical issues made it painful on their backs. SIDS no longer. Accidental suffocation, aspiration of vomit, over heating, etc have been proven to be the real culprits of "SIDS" babies.

  • Sarah Zuniga

    Do not assume that bad parenting is involved until you know all the information. Shoot... It could be a doll for the picture for all you know.

  • Katie Insinga

    If you take a look at the picture, it is not written in English. In Europe, they do not put babies on their backs nor do they feel you need to feed your child every time they wake up at night; they just do things differently. So for all of higher moms who are in an uproar understand that every country has different beliefs and methods. I know this because my girlfriend has 2 children overseas while her husband was in the service . Both of her children turned out just fine ladies!!

  • Sarah Zuniga

    Woohoo Katie!!! Totally agree!!

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Love the crib skirt fabric - the link has a lot more pictures of this nursery Fox Inspired Nursery