would this not be perfect for layla's nursery?
LOVE this etsy shop, but we are doing this room on a dime and i am pretty sure i could maybe make something pretty similar to this myself. i HAVE to try. those little hipster birds need to come live at my house. i give them all the credit for the idea. i could never come up with these things. i am resigned to be "inspired" (re: rip off ideas).
i am all-consumed by the nursery project. the organization of that space and the new sewing area has begun a scorched earth campaign of de-clutter throughout the entire house. i am reorganizing my closet as well now since i put the dresser from the old craft room inside our non-walk-in closet for a better use of vertical space (previous use was for hanging up dresses that just remind me how much i no longer fit into them). however, i can't ever seem to finish the closets and clothes-sorting because layla sleeps in our room i dont want to wake her with all of my hauling and tossing. and also all the huffing about how much my old clothes seem to have "shrunk."
so i want to move her out ASAP. however another stalemate arises. i am finally losing the mom-of-a-newborn adrenaline that gets you through those first months of round the clock feedings and i am getting seriously exhausted from having her in our room all the time. so i am ready and wanting to start her sleeping through the night. i just can't do this anymore with being back at work and never seeming to be able to recover, and she is physically very capable of going 8 hours without a meal. but i can't get more sleep until she has her room. but i never want to stay up after getting home from work and putting them to bed because i am so tired from her middle of the night wake up calls. i'm trapped in an m.c. eshcer drawing.
those little birdies could all come together to lift me out of this exhaustion if they worked together as a flock...