Oh December. You with your whipping winds and chilled icy mornings. I remember it was a year ago when we cobbled together our little nursery with great excitement and nervousness for our new tiny baby--I guess I haven't shown you guys any pictures yet, so here they are.
|vintage Winnie the Pooh, handmade wool lamb's cap, A. Anguish|
I wanted to call this post "Anthrobaby Nursery," but it just wouldn't have been honest since a lot of our items are from non-Anthro places. Plus, there's already another person who has an Anthrobaby profile on Facebook.
And this ain't her nursery.
And it's not like we live and die and are fed by Anthro. Maybe once they start selling food...(cream puffs and peppermint mochas, please!)
|Anthro banner, circa 2008.|
It's all patchy, owly goodness, and they're perched on actual branches.
Whoooo wouldn't love that?
|Anthro padded letter, Stuffed sheep family, various|
|Shelf, ikea. Canvas bins, Martha Stewart.|
|Area rug, Gilt. Diaper changing table, Pottery Barn Kids. Activity Gym, Target.|
He bought the rug and the animal bins--all without showing me or telling me. They just showed up on our doorstep. Our UPS guy knows us by NAME (Hi Bert!).
I'm sure that's normal in like, Ohio, but in Southern California, land of averting your gaze and stranger neighbors? Not so much.
|Animal Canvas Bins, Gilt. Crib Bedding, Pottery Barn Kids.|
|Sweater, LiaMolly, Legging, Gift. Socks, No idea.|
|Drawer set, Ikea. Knobs, Anthro.|
But this is perfect since Avery likes to stick her little sausage fingers in and bang drawers shut. So this saves her at least a little trauma everyday.
And I added some favorite Anthro knobs, like in our kitchen, to spice things up. From basic to suddenly quirkily charming. Or just plain quirky.
|Sham and Crib Bedding, Pottery Barn Kids.|