And, we have a toddler just like that. Seems like yesterday we were finally bringing her home from the NICU. So now, here we are transitioning her nursery into a toddler room.
I won’t lie. We co-sleep. Eva has NEVER once slept in her room. After coming home from our vacation last month, I decided it was time to “work” on getting Miss Eva into her own bed. Her room is upstairs and our master is on the main level. This has always been difficult for me. We started to work on it and we were doing alright. We get up a lot in the middle of the night and sleeping next to a monitor is near impossible for me. I think this whole transition is harder for me than her.
Hey guys! I’m back with some more playroom fun. I couldn’t be happier with results of Eva’s Playroom Reveal and all the kind words from you guys. I really appreciate it! Today, there’s MORE room reveals as we wrap up our New Year New Room Challenge. Be sure to click around the links at the bottom of my post.
Again, I would like to thank Stephanie at Casa Watkins for putting this challenge together.
While preparing and designing this room, I thought a lot about organizing and using the space to the fullest. I also wanted to simplify the room. I’m here to say, that after I organized and went through the toys, leaving only a fraction of the toys in the room, Eva is in there more than ever. Therefore, “less is more!”