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ravingtigerlily:I'm hoping it's finished sometime between now and when the baby leaves for college.? My husband doesn't want me painting anything because of the fumes but he won't do it himself.
You can get low VOC paints that are in no way toxic to you or to hubby. Tell him to get over it already.
We're not starting the nursery until probably just after the baby is born I'm guessing. ?My step son will be leaving for university in the fall and we'll be putting the baby in his room. No rush. Bassinet will do.?
We're starting to move furniture around between office/guestroom and future nursery this weekend. I don't anticipate the nursery being totally finished until after our showers, though (maybe June? July?). We'll register for a lot of the decor and the bedding and things.
My mom freaked me out about this. My older brother was 4 weeks early and she said she was so overwhelmed because she didn't have the nursery done, didn't have clothes bought, any diapers, etc. I want to be prepared well in advance in case my DC makes an early appearance!
At this point hopefully before I go into labor.
Although we did clear a major item out of the room that we are switching to today, and managed to sort through some papers and crap. So it's getting there slowly. I told DH we need to have our room switched over within the next 3-4 weeks. I'm thinking it will get cleared before then, but I don't have ANYTHING for the nursery yet, so we'll see