Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Nursery preparations

Mr. Margie made a cute shelf for the Nursery (and some corner shelves), Mel found pretty hooks in Laura Ashley for the shelf that fit in well with the vintage theme. The bags are packed and ready for the great event.

Mel has all the linens, shelves, accessories, mirror,blankets, quilts, clothes, toys unpacked ( i even tried my hand at making bunting), waiting for the vintage style Mamas and Papas Nursery furniture to arrive next week.

I am knitting and sewing in between work and gardening. We have had some really lovely sunshine in the last few days and the garden is thriving.

I hope wherever you are in the world that you are having a good day.

Big hugs,



Cape Cod Rambling Rose said...

Everything looks so precious! You all must be thrilled. Your bunting is just adorable. Congratulations to everyone! (My SIL is expecting in two weeks... we're a little giddy across the pond as well!) ;)
hugs to you, Margie!

marypoppins said...

look very very nice!

Mummy Boo Bear said...

What a pretty nursery. Wishing well for the great event. Cant wait to see a cute little bundle.


Huset på toppen said...

For a cozy Nursery you have. Nice to hear that you are beautiful and sunny day, here in Norway it is cold ...
Looking forward to Saturday and the finals of the Eurovision Song Contest in Oslo ..
Would it also be a great week
Hugs Linda

Vicki Lane said...

It looks so lovely!

Elly-My Everyday Things said...

It looks all so sweet!!! You're counting the days until the big event I can imagine! Happy sewing (and gardening!)!

Les Cotrions said...

Ohh Margie the nursery is a beauty! So sweet and nicely decorated!!!
You must be soo happy my friend! I can't wait to see the little Margie!!!
Sunny days here too and today...beach after work!
Sweet dreams!

Lien said...

What a little paradise, I wish I was the baby and could sleep in the lovely room. Well done all of you.

Michelle said...

that nursery looks adorable! Thanks for your lovely message. It's always nice to see a fellow irish blogger, as you say, there are only a few of us :o) Mx

Julie M said...

You must be so excited, Margie - it's so close till D Day!! Love the shelf and all the pretty boxes and bunting.

Julie x

Mia said...

This looks just lovely! I am sure you can hardly wait for you grandchild to be born.

I am glad that you have sunshine and warmth in your lovely country. And I am pleased to report that so have we... finally! So the days are spent outdoors, in the garden, and it is starting to look more like a garden again...

Anonymous said...

awww lovely!!! ❤

Plumrose Lane said...

Oh Margie, Thank you so much for stopping by my blog, it's been ages since I've paid you a visit and I see so much has been going on. I do hope you're all doing well and enjoying the best parts of life.
Hugs to you from afar♥

lory said...

congratulations to everyone...the nursery is beautiful..a kiss from lory

KarenHarveyCox said...

Hi Margie,

I wanted to stop by and say hello. Congratulations, and look at that beautiful nursery. A new baby...the best of chapters.


Che Birba said...

Lovely blog!
I'd like to invite you to visite also my blog :D

Laura from Italy