Dreamy Nights Collection
“Calm and serene is Dreamy Nights with jungle animals moving across the moonlit plains. Sweet elegance in a mix of knit fabrics accented with crochet applique. Creates a tranquil nursery setting for a boy or a girl.”
Reason for Spotlight
This nest uses light colors and a nighttime setting to creating a calm and peaceful mood that will help your child to be at ease.
Monster Babies Collection
“Monster Babies come in funny squiggly squishy shapes and sizes with smiling eyes and faces. Brightly styled in bold blues and green with a touch of red and white.”
Reason for Spotlight
The light colors used in the background allow the darker colors with the stars and most of the monsters to pop out. The monster theme is also an unique theme for a baby’s nursery. With the monsters shown to your child at a young age, it may help them not to be afraid of those who may hide underneath their bed!
Swan Lake Collection
“Your little princess will be delighted with our beautifully designed Swan Lake Collection. The 4 piece set includes a hand crafted comforter, fitted crib sheet, shirred dust ruffle and coordinating diaper stacker. An appliquéd swan with satin ruffles, flowers & swirls embellish the comforter. The outside border is detailed with embroidered stitching. A soft fitted sheet, with a lovely swan pattern, coordinates perfectly with the shirred dust ruffle and window valance. Both pieces have appliquéd details. The floral printed diaper stacker has a satin crown that sits on top. Our perfect fit bumper™ is a pretty pink floral print with pewter accents. A crown musical mobile sits on top of four baby swans and plays Brahms’ Lullaby. You can light up the nursery with our custom swan lamp with inset rhinestone details on the wings. The lamp comes complete with a floral shade and an energy efficient light bulb for environmentally conscious parents. A soft and cozy blanket with appliqué and ruffles is perfect for cuddling your little one. Complete this elegant nursery with the wooden swan wall decor with sparkling details along with our floral inspired easy on easy off wall appliqués.”
Reason for Spotlight
With it’s soft colors and theme of princess-like swans, this nest gives off a calm and peaceful vibe that will let your baby feel like she is in a fairytale!
Maybe you’re considering or planning to have a child. Or perhaps you’ve already passed the planning stage and are actively preparing for the arrival of your little bundle of joy. You’ve seen the movie “What to Expect When You’re Expecting”. You’ve gone a step further and read the Heide Murkoff and Sharon Mazel volume on which the movie is based. You’ve even read “Dude You’re Gonna Be A Dad” – to help your partner cope with the new reality. You’ve dutifully listened to every time-honored cliché uttered by every mother and wanna-be-mother you know. You’ve ridden the emotional roller-coaster associated with expectant motherhood; from the suspicion that you might be with child to the confirmation by your OB/GYN that you are indeed pregnant. You’ve experienced the morning sickness, strange cravings at odd hours (rocky road ice cream with sautéed onions perhaps… ouch!). You’ve grappled with raging hormones that manifested themselves in the form of short-temperedness or extreme patience (depending on the day or even the time of day). You’ve dealt with bouts of fatigue, and experienced feats of strength you never knew were possible. You have seen, heard and lived the entire pregnancy experience, and now you’re settled. You’ve even picked a name. Jack perhaps, or Jill if you’re blessed with a daughter. Now the little one’s arrival is imminent.
For awhile your bundle of joy dictated your actions and experiences. The questions you asked and the research you did were necessary. Absolutely! You needed to know what to look forward to and how to handle it. The morning sickness, strange cravings and raging hormones… well, those weren’t up to you either. Now, finally, there is something that you have total control over: the design and decoration of your baby’s room. It should be work of the fun variety – a true “labor of love” – but somehow this has become a source of stress as well. Here is the good news. It’s stressful because you’re selfless. You realize that this is not about you. Kudos to you! You’re a good parent. You’ve put the emphasis where it belongs – on your baby. What would Jack like? What might Jill prefer? What about a sports theme? How about something with a celestial setting? Would a religious or even a pastoral-themed environment be more appropriate?
The great news is that you no longer have to do this alone. Even better, you don’t have to hire some makeshift outfit that’s interested only in making as much as money as it can. Look for a real partner; a professional or a company dedicated to making certain that your baby’s room is not just beautiful, neat, clean and safe, but also comfortable and, most importantly TO YOUR LIKING. Look for a company willing to work not just for you, but with you, to ensure that the process and the end result are as you’ve envisioned. Look for one whose operations and customer-service orientation are geared toward taking your feelings, desires and preferences into account. This may sound novel and even unique, but so is your little bundle of joy. Gave Jill (or Jack) the best you have. She’ll thank you in her own “GooGoo GaGa Way”, and you’ll feel fulfilled beyond anything you’ve ever experienced. Congratulations and happy decorating!