BOY NURSERY TOUR 2020
Creating a nursery for your new baby is so exciting! Hopefully, you can find inspiration from our boy nursery tour 2020. It was one of my favorite parts of pregnancy, though we had a shock when our “baby girl” came out a baby boy. So we changed a huge portion of the nursery when he was born lol. Most decor I found was at hobby lobby, but on sale, so I will try to find exact or similar links on amazon for everyone. Our theme ended up cactus/desert/boho <3
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Entry Way to Boy Nursery
When you first walk and turn left, you will see hooks for Sebstains swaddles and a diaper bag. This can also be transformed when he gets older to hold his coats and school bookbag. I also found this wood “little explorer” desk decor sign that I hung up instead for wall decor.
For the crib, I went with one from amazon that wasn’t too expensive (spoiler alert baby furniture can get expensive fast!). A family member was kind enough to gift the “The Adventure Begins” wall decal, and I just had to add the “No Girls Allowed” sign. I mean it is a boys cave after all.
Dresser Wall for Boy Nursery Tour
Normally people have a dresser in their nursery but we already had a large 6 cube shelf so we just use that instead. Next to that, we put a tabletop so that I could put my pump and water on top of it. We also have a changing pad, eventually, I would like to upgrade to the peanut changing pad when I can splurge. Our wooden basket stores diaper creams, diapers, and the wipe warmer. We also have gray curtains to replace our baby girl pink ones lol
So don’t mind the middle section of our couch in the nursery room…it had nowhere else to go in the house. In a two-bedroom apartment, you do what you have to do. On that is one of many cat beds, you would think we have 50 cats with how many we have lol A favorite in here is that diamond wall shelf, it holds the Mother’s Day gifts Alan gave to me when I was pregnant.
TV for Boy Nursery
I don’t know why other people don’t put in a Tv, because I needed some entertainment while he was feeding or I was pumping. This way I was handsfree, not playing on my phone, and could cuddle my Lil bud when he was done. I also have clothes he can’t fit yet into the cube spaces.
Comment below if our nursery inspired you! I want to see how your boy’s nursery turned out, link below so I can see yours. Also, go check out my social media handles like my Instagram or another blog post. I’ll link my latest post here.