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Our sweet baby girl is set to make her arrival in less than 3 months, which means nursery preparations are in full swing! My nesting instinct has kicked in a lot earlier with this baby than my first. That’s probably for the best, since I have a lot less time to work on the nursery this time around. Taking care of a 2-year-old takes up the majority of my time! Who would’ve thought? Since nesting is on my mind, today I’m sharing 5 Posh Ways to Personalize your Baby’s Nursery. Read on to find out how we’re making Baby Girl’s nursery personalized just for her!
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I’m absolutely loving the floral trend this season! Floral is the perfect way to add a feminine touch to any look. And what’s more beautiful and feminine than a flower crown? Flower crowns have been making the rounds for awhile, but I never felt like I had the right opportunity to rock one… until I got this gorgeous floral maternity dress from PinkBlush! As soon as I saw the dress, I knew I had to have a flower crown to go with it! I decided to DIY so I could match the colors exactly to the dress. Turns out, making flower crowns is easy! Here’s my easy DIY tutorial on how to make a flower crown with fake flowers.
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There’s always room for s’more!
We gave out these sweet DIY s’mores party favors at Colton’s Little Lumberjack birthday party. They were one of my favorite party details…and Colton’s too! He loved helping me assemble them.
We hosted a little lumberjack birthday party to celebrate our little man turning TWO! The party was held at our home on a very cold Saturday in January. We hosted about 15 toddlers and their parents, plus some family members. It was a very full house!
We (okay, I) chose the little lumberjack birthday party theme mainly because it fit well with a winter birthday for a little boy. Plus, who doesn’t love plaid? We plan on having Colton’s parties at other venues as he gets older and makes more friends, so I figured this could be my last chance to do a themed party at home.
I am so excited about how Colton’s Valentines turned out this year! I wanted to do a non-candy Valentine for multiple reasons, the main one being to give out something a little different than the norm. He’ll be passing these out at his playgroup, which consists of about 15 kids ages 1-5. These non-candy Valentines for toddlers are perfect!