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a purchase

Written on 7.24.09.

Because I just couldn't help myself, I purchased this bedding today (on July 24, 2009)!



I couldn't resist it and I bet you couldn't either based on the price!  The bumper was $13 and the quilt was $15, holy moly! You can't find these things for less than that! And, to say the least... I'm in love.




My goal was to make the nursery gender neutral and to incorporate aqua and red.  That has been my goal all along.  Now, for my husband.  He wanted to avoid polka dots and be more gender specific and he also wanted to incorporate the alphabet.  So far, this bedding has met all of those goals (except for the polka dots...).  I'm pretty happy with it!

Now, I just need to get my plan together...  Oh and we won't have this crib, we'll have a white Jenny Lind crib.

More on this another time... 

Comments

Jeannie said…
I love it...it's very cute! I love all the colors and that it's gender neutral.

Great find!
Sassytimes said…
Super cute! Love the mix of colors. I love how happy and excited you are!!!
Kristen said…
Ahhhh I haven't visited in awhile and missed the news - I am so so so happy for you guys!!! What a wonderful blessing. I wish you a healthy pregnancy and can't wait to see pics of the new bundle of joy! June 4th is my birthday - great day to be born ;) Congrats again!!!
molly said…
Yayyyy! So exciting! That bedding is so cute!
Alyson said…
I love it!!! I can't wait to see it put all together.
Tina said…
i love it! congratulations!!!!
LOVE the bedding. LOVE it. And, we have the Jenny Lind for Lila and for Baby Girl 2011. We're REALLY happy with the white Jenny Lind from DaVinci. We have the changing table, too and have never had a problem with it. :)

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