Crib bedding has been on my mind as of late. I’ve found several things that I like, but I guess I’m looking for a second, third, fourth opinion as I can’t seem to make up my mind.
Here are a few options for you to choose (in no particular order). Keep in mind, we don’t know the genders and probably won’t find out. Cribs and furniture will be painted white. Walls are painted a blue-ish green that tends to change colors throughout the day with white trim. Wall colors could be painted if we have to go that route. We’re buying for 2 and as much as I’d love to spend $1,000 on crib bedding, I can’t justify it.
Option A: The Callie bedding from Pottery Barn Kids. We would choose the bright green and find a more neutral (non-floral) crib sheet in green or white.
I hope you are having a beautiful day. Currently, I’m not doing so great. Yesterday, from 3PM to about 9PM, I had about 10% use of my nasal passages. I finally propped myself up on about 90 pillows to make that number rise to about 40%. Being “with child” and all, I’m really limited on what I can snort or swallow. The stuff from my allergist isn’t cutting it. (Yes, I know it may take a few days, but I’m a little desperate. Breathing is kind of important.) I am asking you to please dispose of all pollen and ragweed from my nearby vicinity.
XO, Susan D.
Any neti-pot users out there or anyone feeling the same way? If we’re in a 300 mile radius from each other, I’m sure we are. I’m looking for an all natural (or Pregnancy B category) remedy that I can add to my non-effective nasal spray and antihistamine!
I felt the babies move for the first time this week. I’ve been waiting for these so-called flutters, but today, I think I felt someone flip over. More like riding a roller coaster sensation, than a flutter.
>We recently featured this company in our magazine. Of course, Oprah wrote about it 2 years ago. Guess we were a tad slow!
It can actually replace your google or yahoo search engine and the great thing is that you can choose your favorite charity or non-profit and proceeds go back to that non-profit. You can also shop via their site and make more money for your chosen non-profit.
I personally volunteer for a non-profit and we’re up to nearly $2.00, but every little bit counts. So, do your good deed today, use Good Search, pick your charity, do a little searching online like you would anyway, and raise money for someone who needs it.
>A co-worker sent this article to me yesterday. I really couldn’t believe some of the names that they found in past censuses. King Arthur? Ima Hooker? Candy Storh? Really? Plus, do you really want your child to have to grow up dealing with this?
Yesterday, Hubby met a family with twin girls named “Maggie” and “Valley.” For those of you not as familiar with NC, when I hear Maggie Valley, this is what I envision. While picturesque and scenic, not what I would plan to name my children.
I did work with a guy whose last name was Naylor. He always joked that he would name his kids Woody and Didde. I digress …