"You've got some pretty great stuff in here."
This, I’ll admit, may be taking things a bit too far. It is a nursery, not a beach house.
Another nautical inspiration for the nursery/office. (What? I like to look at ocean-y stuff too.)
He doesn’t know it yet, but this kid is a big fan of sand and surf.
This guy seems like a friendly fox, not the troublemaking kind.
Yeah, this is a little cheesy, but what a nice sentiment to kick off nursery living.
Hang over the baby’s bed?
Whale, anchor, swan, what.
You better believe if I had a whole room to deck out for this kid, we’d be making a tent.
Adorably vicious. (Actually, probably not really.)
Love this poster — bright, cheery, thinky.
Organic cotton, bright print, love this.
I don’t know what is happening with that name, but the print is adorable enough to make up for it.
Dressing a basketball for a wedding is a challenge.
Awesome toy for kids and mes.
Yes, we’re having a boy, but think how manly he’ll look in pink!
Love these colors together.
Having just made fun of the notion of “going home” outfits for babies, I am a big fat hypocrite for posting this. But it is adorable. Hello.
Eric loves this, right?
Second favorite toy: knit blocks with rattles and bells inside.
This is easily the best toy I’ve found so far.
Dwell Studio’s cute little foxes are perfect for wrapping up cute little foxes.
Generally, I feel so wildly unattractive these days that, why not wear a panther print shirt?
So naturally my kid’s going to be a hoodie maniac, too. While I control it anyway. (The onesie is the baby hoodie, yes?)
Much less gruesome than the real kind. Or more, I guess, if you think about those rosy cheeks too much.