We are still waiting for Spring. If I thought I was antsy in March, now I'm about ready to claw Mother Nature's eyes out - not to mention the weather forecasters! Recently we pulled out my daughter's favorite cardboard playhouse to keep the boredom at bay, and it reminded me how many more houses are out there.
Did you have flower sheets on your bed at some point in your childhood? I definitely did. The motif is incredibly common and has clearly been around for, like, ever; William Morris was already making good use of it in the mid-nineteenth century for his wallpapers. So we know you can easily find some pretty flower sheets anywhere. But we were looking for a different take on this traditional theme, and we wanted to round up some unique and modern garden bedding for kids. So, see how we did after the jump.
What kid doesn't love elephants, lions, and monkeys when they're young? A zoo or general animal-themed party is a slam dunk when you're looking for inspiration. And if the birthday cake doesn't get a bunch of kids bouncing off the walls, these bright colors certainly will. Let them have their big day with these fun decorations:
Whoever gets this nursery is one cool customer, rockin' night time with black and white decor and bright pops of primary color. This design comes in at $2,991. Click below to see resources, along with a much less expensive version.
Our home is our first classroom, but in Bea's case, her home really is her classroom. Her mother, Nichole, homeschools her and runs a small, part-time home-based preschool. This classroom is inspiring whether you are planning a space for formal learning or just looking for ways to create an environment at home to inspire and edify your child.