Nursery essay

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Lovely room — and I totally get the pale pink thing, but you are not going crazy Pepto-Bismol with, it’s nicely subtle. I am at the other end of the spectrum: mom of two boys (9 and 12), and even our cat is a boy (you can’t really control which cat picks you at the shelter any more than the sex of your kid). Heck, I planted a dogwood tree WITH A PINK TAG and the darn thing bloomed in white. So I seem destined for no pink — will enjoy it vicariously through your daughter’s room! I would be interested in a tween boy’s room layout. We plan to move in the spring and our two boys, who have shared a room with bunk beds up until now, will be in separate rooms. My 12 year old is asking for something more grown up — and will need his own full sized bed and desk — but he is still a kid, though not much longer. This room might eventually morph or double as a guest room, not sure yet. Thanks!

Nursery essay

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