I want to remember things about this time. Every minute I get to spend with George is special. And I have no idea how long I will get these moments of just me and him, so I want to remember them here for years to come.
Part of that is remembering the place.
I spend most of my day in this room. I do most of his feedings in the rocking chair because it is the most comfortable for both of us. I read him stories here, and I introduce him to music while he makes faces at my singing. We play on the floor-really it’s him just flailing around as I pull him around on a blanket trying to imitate crawling and making sure the dogs don’t drown him in slobbers. I also spend a lot of time in the room just staring at how perfect he is and how lucky I am to be his mom.
So it may seem simple to outsiders, but this room is our world right now.
I love how light and airy everything turned out. It is just a friendly environment.
I did my first attempt at a video tour, so enjoy my commentary. (I have no idea what I am doing.)
If you have any questions about anything don’t hesitate to ask.
I also want to remember the sounds and the little things we do together. This may be a boring video to the soundtrack of “The Lion King,” but again the gurgles and faces made are my everything. And I don’t want to ever forget how precious these moments are.
So if you are inclined to watch a baby do nothing but baby things (which is honestly not much) for a couple minutes, this is the video for you. Spoiler alert, there are baby hiccups. Adorbs.
I still need to try to capture him searching for a pacy. Best George moment ever.
So that is George’s room. I can’t wait to see how these pieces grow up with him and transition into other uses as he changes.
Do you like decorating? Do rooms turn out they way you imagined?