|Blank canvas :)|
|Blank canvas :)|
|Our family photos - courtesy of http://creamncocoaphotography.com/|
|Ready to go!|
|Look at those little eyes!|
|Kisses for our new baby!|
|The amazing NICU at Saint Elizabeth Edgewood|
|Our warm welcome home, thanks to our family!|
|Our alert little man.|
|Lincoln's first wave, Hello world!|
|Our angel, Lincoln James Kight.|
|Jonathan Adler Elephant Bookends|
My sweet friend Kim Post designed these pictures, this was her gift to the baby and beyond perfect artwork.
|His crib is a blend of patterns, mixing grey, yellow and touches of white. Perfectly matching this beautiful stroller blanket from Bostonian bestie Sara Zwricker.|
|This turtle is one of many pieces of nostalgia from Travis's childhood nursery. While it doesn’t 100% match, it was too cute not to be in the room.|
|The Pottery Barn Kids elephant play-mat & chevron pillow are very thoughtful gifts from our stylish supper club friends Terrah Kocher and Amy Albery. |
Later, I found the matching yellow pillow at Pier 1.
On top of our Target storage ottoman is an adorable diaper cake, made by my amazing friend and colleague Ashley Walters. One day she will take everyone’s advice and start selling them on Etsy!
|Quacking cute, this duck lamp is another touch from Travis’s childhood. Daddy picked out a new lamp shade today, to match our color scheme. The towel is yet another hand-made gift from our crafty friend Amanda Raybuck.|
|This cute little rocking chair was a gift from two amazing couples, the Loyall’s and Fassler’s. Our mobile came from Etsy, and daddy installed a corner shelf so we can see our boy when he sleeping....or not. |
A family friend made our panel curtains, complete with black out liners for nap-time.
|Ironically, both the Chef bear and grey elephant thumbie are from family friend Sue Hunter.|
|Our organized baby closet, complete with my DIY tags, and Etsy closet dividers. Baskets from Meijer.|
|We re-framed this third generation baseball picture, to keep the nostalgic theme going.|
|Finally, the homemade gift that made me cry. My amazing sister in law used individual buttons to make this adorable elephant work of art. It was the perfect final touch to pull all the details together.|