" and she gave birth to her firstborn, a son. She wrapped him in cloths and placed him in a manger, because there was no guest room available for them. "
In no way am I suggesting that my daughter is the second coming. I know this birth in Luke, is about the fulfillment of the prophecy of the humble beginnings of our Lord. But I have to chuckle because, being the mom of 7, you just don't always have room available for your babies. My 3 oldest children no longer live in my home, so that makes it a little less complicated, but we still do not have a designated nursery for our youngest. She's actually now grown out of the "nursery" stage and into toddlerhood. They grow up so quickly! But I am dreaming of a day, not too long from now (Lord are you reading this?) when she has a little girl room of her own.
Here are some very cute ideas that I have gotten from Pinterest (love Pinterest!).
|My first thought for a nursery was this color scheme of grey and yellow. |
I love the bright touches of yellow in this more modern nursery.
(pic pinned from Pinterest via Some Like it Southern blogspot)
|I could even go nautical with this color scheme.|
(pic from Pinterest via etsy.com)
|I love this color combination too, adding in the pretty aqua color.|
(pic on Pinterest via fitmommydiaries)
|Or...I could forget the yellow all together and put in touches of navy and hot pink (still nautical).|
(pic found on Pinterest via hellobee.com)
|Here's another cute pic of a room for a little girl that uses the same pink and blue (and a touch of nautical), |
and it transitions nicely as she grows.
(pic found on Pinterest via projectnursery)
These are just of few of the precious pins I've found. I can't wait until she finally has a room of her own (or at least can share with one of her big sisters and not her mom and dad!). I pray you have a good day!