A lot of people have asked me about decorating the nursery and if I'm excited to put together a fun room for the bebe. To be honest, nursery decor has
We do have one thing for the nursery though. My awesome sister-in-law, Stephanie, sent the baby their first gift the other week! We got the cutest book from her as well as this sign:
I mean...is this not the perfect gift for us? I died. Thanks again Steph!
All that bein said, let's take a look at some of the crib research I've done so far. Safety and simplicity has taken over my brain above what's easy on the eyes. But I feel like a crib is something that can accomplish both so here are my top contenders:
NINE HUNDRED BONES for a crib. Hence in the dream category. I mean I would rather spend money on diapers and adorable clothes...right??
BACK TO REALITY CRIBS
Looks pretty much the same as the Oeuf above right? And they both have the important stuffs: meet the safety standards/painted with non toxic paint. Plus almost half the price. Win-win!
I've always looooved the classic, vintage look of the Jenny Lind cribs. And at this price you can't go wrong.
Such a great price for a modern looking crib that is also really similar to the dream ones above.
So my conclusion? #1 choice would be the very first one, but $900 is just too ridiculous for a crib. My other #1 choice is definitely the Target one. It's super cute, affordable, and safe which is ultimately my biggest concern.
ryann (baby momma)