Thursday, June 18, 2009

The Nursery

Come through the gate that Daddy made to look like the one in Mr. McGregor's garden. A little sign says, "Shhh...Sweet Peas Sleeping". Daddy put so much love and hard work into the nursery with its pea green walls and ivory beadboard, and beautiful honey~colored bamboo floor.

Mama sewed the curtains: black and white toile and creamy muslin.

Sisters sleep side by side.

This dear little fellow, crafted by Grandma, is named Fuzzy. Do you know the rhyme?
"Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear,
Fuzzy Wuzzy had no hair,
Fuzzy Wuzzy wasn't fuzzy, was he?"

His rocking chair was Mama's, too.

A cozy nook for cuddling, reading bedtime stories, singing songs, and saying prayers ~ our routine every night. The picture on the wall was given to me by my great~grandma who thought the little blonde girl holding the kitten looked like me. I think it's appropriate here.

Our heirloom christening gown, created from Grandma's wedding dress.

We love Beatrix Potter! Here is a little bunny~themed vignette on the dresser.

Some vintage chalkware lamps from Great~great~great Auntie Emma. (Whew! That's a lot of greats!)

"Baby Bunting takes his hoe, And tries to help the flowers grow."

A baby slip that belonged to Great~Grandma Betty Lo ~ from the 20's.

And here are Grandma's sweet little ballet slippers. After all, a little ballerina sleeps here.


Lady Farmer said...

A most beautiful room for the most beautiful little girls! Who wouldn't want to repose in this fairytale chamber! This is where dreams are made and lived!
I love you all!

Shelby L'Rae said...

Such a pretty nursery!

Dear Michele,
Thank you for entering the drawing at King's Daughters, and for putting the button on your blog!

You're girls are just ADORABLE! I look forward to reading more posts and looking at more pictures on your blog.

I hope you have a wonderful day in the Lord!

Christ's blessings,

Miss Jen said...

LOVELY!! :>)
What a scrumptious looking
Nursery!! Hope you are having
a sweet, blessed weekend, Michele!

Love in Christ~ Jen

Lavinia said...

What a beautiful room, makes me (almost) long for another baby!

I love all the vintage treasures, so lovingly crafted by hand.

This is a room full of precious heirlooms, and show how much baby is indeed loved.

Roo and Wren's Mama said...

I love the details... the dragonfly hook on the wall, and the fancy crib-skirt. Lovely!

Are you participating in the Kelly's Korner blog home tours?? This week is baby rooms...