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If I were to explain to you how much I have done to prepare for this little one, you would think I was nuts. We painted, set up the crib and arranged furniture to where we would like it to go.
I reupholstered an old glider we had that really needed an uplift.
After the glue dried, I placed each velvet covered foam strip into the box to be sure of placement.
When I was about halfway done, I realized that I was running out of space!
There was no way that all eight strips of foam, covered in velvet, were going to fit inside the box. After all 7 were placed in the box and I checked to make sure they were snug, but not too snug, I glued each strip individually into the box.
After all the glue dried, Brad had a grand ‘ole time placing his cufflinks into the box.
After I got all my materials home, measured the inside of the box (height, width, depth) and then cut the soft foam to fit snuggly inside.
I’m currently washing all of his clothes in preparation for when he joins us. I’ve decided for ecological and financial reasons to go with cloth.
I’ve washed all his sheets and set it up in the crib awaiting his arrival. Not to mention, I’m not too thrilled about the idea of putting plastic on my little boy in the middle of a South Florida summer, so cotton prefolds with wraps it is!
After that, I have my weekends free until my sister's wedding in July.
My mom, sister and I are going down to LA this weekend for a family wedding and a day at Disneyland.