Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Levi's Old Nursery

Something I love about blogging is the array of e-mails I get from y'all asking all varieties of questions - about my life, my faith, parenting, decor, fashion, girly topics and so forth. I try to keep on top of them as much as I can and if you haven't heard from me, please bear with me. (I've been so hit and miss with internet time lately that I have kind of fallen behind, but I haven't forgotten about you!)

There is one topic that I get several e-mails per week inquiring about and it floors me because I originally posted it two years ago - and that topic is Levi's Baby Nursery. I know that his nursery is floating around out there on several nursery blogs/websites, and those are linked back here, so that is why I am asked about it so frequently.

An editor at Baby Lifestyles website and magazine contacted me a few weeks ago about featuring Levi's nursery (she found it on another site) and she also interviewed me. This was so great for me because she asked most of the questions that I get in my e-mail weekly. The feature was completed yesterday, so now I can direct those questions to their website and hopefully it will help those of you who need the information out. Not only did I feel so honored to be featured with them, but because of the article, it will save me so much time in the future.

Double Yay!

Check it out here: Timeless Beatrix Potter Peter Rabbit Room

10 comments:

  1. Very cool! I always loved Levi's nursey.. I mean who wouldn't!? :]

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  2. I just jumped over there and read it--great article! :)

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  3. That really was a great article! I always did love Levi's room you really did do an excellent job! :)

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  4. I ran over there and read it like I didn't already know all of this stuff! How exciting that his nursery was featured by them! You and your family did do a great job on that room. I would never have the patience to paint stripes!

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  5. Very exciting. It definitely reminds me of a showroom nursery.

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  6. How Precious! I love every single detail! It came together perfectly!

    We just found out that we are going to have a Boy. I am on a hunt to figure out how I am going to do his room. My little girl's room was easy to decorate. This one is going to be a little harder for me. I am not finding anything I deem worthy of his room yet.

    Thank you for sharing your excellent decorating style!

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  7. SUCH a creative and inspiring nursery... I love it! It is the perfect masculine-pretty room.

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  8. Hi Whitney! I tweeted you about this post but I don’t think you follow me, and I’m private (@kristenwatson) … I just wanted to tell you how much I love your nursery and let you know that I went through the same struggles with my hubby! I too had to battle for my chandelier. :) But I couldn’t agree more about a soft, serene nursery. There’s plenty of time for trucks, trains and sailboats … a sweet baby calls for a sweet, babyish nursery. We are kindred decorating spirits. :) Love your blog and always look forward to your posts! Take care and God Bless!!

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  9. What brand are the dresser and changing hutch?

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May the Lord bless you and keep you safe today! Thanks for the comment, friends! :)

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