Regarding yesterday’s post – thank you all so much for your support and joining with us in excitement! Can’t wait to dive into this adventure and grow, and let you know how it’s going along the way, of course.
I’ve been working hard on getting our home ready for little ones. The nursery doubles as my home office, which is inevitable in a little house. We have lots of great friends who’ve had children and are getting rid of the big stuff (a velvet rocking chair, a crib and a twin bed!) so we haven’t had to spend much money at all to turn my art room into the kids’ room.
Can we just pause for a moment and get excited together about me finally having a nursery in my home?
In my many thrifting trips to find items for Buffalo Mae, I found little things here and there (books! and super cute lamps! and small toys!) and I had been collecting some vintage baby stuff from great-grandparents and grandparents who are getting rid of stuff (blocks! and amazing toys! and decorations!). There was hardly anything left that I felt we needed that we didn’t get for free. The crib is tucked under the twin bed for now; we’l just rearrange that if our first placement is a baby.
Without further ado, here are the pictures of the nursery/ home office. The nursery that’s in the Hagen house. That I’ve been wanting to create for years. And years and years. !!!!
We’ve got a few other little things to do. I’ve got a collection of solid black frames that I’m going to turn into an art wall once I come up with some artwork to put in them, I’d love to find a cheap rug to cover the gross carpet, and possibly put up a wall shelf for added storage, but those all take money and they’re not really a big deal, so they’re not a priority right now.
New adventure, we’re ready for you.