My mom bought this fabric 3 years before baby. My room was decorated with Peter Rabbit as a child and I even started collecting more of the Wedgwood when I got a bit older. I thought it would be a great idea to decorate our baby-of-unknown-gender's nursery with Peter Rabbit, Erik did not think so. So my mom decorated her nursery with all of my old things and so it deserved a quilt from her fabric. The rick-rack was added to ahem hide some imperfections in my fussy cutting, but I think it adds a vintage look that fits with the nursery. I gave it to her for her birthday : )
Here's our little 12 pound turkey from yesterday's festivities!
We have so much to be thankful for this year: happy, healthy baby, wonderful family, and good jobs!
I really have been so blessed to find part time work as a general dentist in Sunnyvale, Texas working with a great dentist. I've been working around 4 days a month and will work at least two days a week starting in January. I love that I get to stay home so much with Audrey, but I love being able to work in a great office with a great staff and do what I worked so hard for these past four years! Erik's having fun, too, developing a marketing campaign for me. That business degree is sure helping out! Check out the website he made for me!
We plan to decorate for Christmas one box at a time. Sounds like a good nap time activity : )
Hope you're enjoying the season!