Saturday, April 28, 2012

A Bathroom Makeover


When Jason goes out of town for two weeks at a time I get bored...
...And not having anyone to talk to at night,  I look for things to do.

We have three bathrooms:
His, mine, and ours.

But after two weeks of Jason being gone things have changed.
Our bathrooms are now mine, ours, and Emily's.

Because what nearly 9 month old doesn't need her own bathroom?

Here are the before and after pictures:



And now it looks like this:
(forgive the lighting)









The canvas picture of Emily is probably my favorite thing ever.

Dear Jason, pink is the new masculine.
(I laugh every time I remember saying that Emily would not 'do pink')

And just for something new, I'm linking up with my friend Kristin who features DIY projects every Sunday.



If you tell me that Elimy is spoiled, I'll probably agree.
Three open heart surgeries = entitled to a little bit of spoiling.




15 comments:

Dazee Dreamer said...

way cute.

Kristin @ Simply Klassic Home said...

Oh how sweet is that!! I love the picture of Emily, she is just such a little joy!!! I love that you went from his, hers and ours to hers, hers and ours! Hey after leaving you alone for two weeks he deserves it! LOL

And I'm so proud of you for figuring out how to link up!!

And apparently I 'm really excited tonight because I can't stop using exclamation points!!!!

XOXO

Lalis said...

I. Love. The. Bathroom.

And yes, Emily deserves to be spoiled.

walden said...

Okay, seriously cute! You have a gift! And I saw Pier One (aspen flower?) in the first picture...did it make it to the "after"? :)

I love that owls are for emily...they are so wise. I said the pink thing about Willow Jane, too...oh, the words we eat. :) Love you, honey...and your little girl, too.

BTW...did you re-paint, too. If you say yes, I'm thinking you're not sleeping much and should join my no-sleep club. ;)

--Alison

angel shrout said...

Beautiful and if you are really bored I have a few rooms I would be glad to have you make over and I will babysit lol..

Tiffany said...

Oh my goodness! Completely adorable. The after is so darling. And I don't think spoiled so much as loved. You did a great job Noelle!

p.s. Love the magazine rack with the backpacker magazine. Made me smile.

Jane@Cottage at the Crossroads said...

Hello! This is my first time to visit your blog. I joined Kristin's party, too! I love your changes to your bathroom, and your little girl is adorable. I saw the note that she had undergone 3 surgeries, so yes, I agree that she's entitled to some spoiling!

Ali said...

I. Love. It.

Lorrie said...

Emily's bathroom is super cute! All babies should be spoiled! I especially Love the picture of her! I spotted the G-tube instantly, you see it is a very Familiar sight. My Grandson is 3and a half, and has had his since he was about a month old. He has also had open Heart surgery, and several other surgerys. He is our little Bear, and always will be spoiled. God Bless you and your family, I will be adding you all to my prayer list. She is so Beautiful. Have a wonderful day!

CK said...

LOVE the bathroom and THREE open heart surgeries = spoiled FOREVER!

Jen said...

Super cute! I love her new bathroom...and WHAT? They aren't supposed to get their own bathroom yet? We (and when I say we, I mean my mom and I) totally went out and got Asher bathroom "stuff" when he was about 2 months old!) LOL.

I love the picture of Emily. I think she has a strong argument to be pampered on a daily basis! I think you had Jason have similarly strong arguements to be pampered too!

Beth Zimmerman said...

It's GORGEOUS! And that isn't even close to spoiling! Girls need a special place to call their own! :)

Julie said...

I love the owls Noelle. My friend does owls so I am looking for them all the time. Now I'll have Emily to think about each time I see owls. Love it!! Blessings!
P.S. Spoiling is what gave us children for...at least sometimes!

Sam said...

This is sooo cute! And so not spoiling! Even if it was, sweet lil Em deserves every bit of it! :)

Angee and Thom said...

love it!