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"Preparing Baby’s Room"

Now that you have discovered the sex of your little bundle of joy, it’s time to think about the nursery. Working on the baby’s room together gives mommy and daddy time to bond. Picking out baby furnishings always made me cry. It could have been the raging hormones, though.

Choosing wall borders, bedding sets, toys, a crib, and all the rest takes special care. Parents want the baby’s nursery to be as perfect as possible for the new arrival. Sometimes I would sleep in the bed in our baby’s room and imagine what it would be like when our baby boy came home.

Picture Ideas:

To give yourself enough pictures to choose from—make every activity in the room a photo opportunity. Start by photographing the room empty before anything is done. As you add furniture, snap a shot or two of daddy assembling each piece—even his blunders! As you paint and/or decorate with curtains and borders, photograph those moments. When the entire nursery room is completed to your liking, take one last photo.

Scrapbook Ideas:

Preparing for a new member of the family is a labor of love. If you have left over border or wallpaper pieces, border your scrapbook pages with them to add a piece of the nursery to the project.

Label the first photo of the empty nursery the “before” picture.

The furniture building photos can have a page of their own. Find stickers that depict construction scenes like cartoon workmen with hammers and drills or stickers of tools to emphasize the construction that went on in the nursery to get it ready for baby. When cropping the pictures, try craft scissors to create decorative edges.

Be sure to show a picture of mom sitting in the rocking chair in the completed nursery as an “after” picture.