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How to Decorate Your Newborn’s Nursery

When you’re welcoming a new child into your family, it’s always a time filled with mixed emotions. Yes, there is definitely excitement in the air. However, it can also be a very stressful period. As an expectant mother, you’re probably not getting the amount of sleep you’d like to get. You’re also dealing with the issues that come along with preparing for a baby. However, if you take it one step at a time and follow these tips, you can create the ideal nursery for your little one.

1. Create a timeline.
It’s better to have the task finished earlier rather than later. While you don’t want your baby to come prematurely, you do want to be prepared for anything. Plus, when you’re dealing with health complications, high-risk pregnancies or a need for bioidentical hormone therapy, you’ll want to be prepared for anything. Knowing this, sit down and create a timeline that allows you to finish the project in a timely fashion.

2. Create an inspiration board.
If you are a fan of sites like Pinterest, it’s a great idea to create an inspiration board. You can take a look at what other families did to decorate their nurseries. Bookmark those pictures. Visit various shelter blogs to see how designers decorate a nursery. Once you find a theme that works for your style, start looking at what’s offered by online retailers to suit your theme.

3. Create a support system.
Understand that while you can do it alone, you don’t have to. Plus, give yourself the opportunity to put your feet up and relax while someone else does the heavy lifting. If you have a friend who is willing to paint the nursery, allow them to do it. When you order the baby furniture, you can also pay an extra fee for someone to deliver it and set it up. When you order your items online, everything will be delivered to your front door. That’s one less trip to the department store. Plus, before you know it, your baby will be here. Whether your support comes from your spouse and friends or a few delivery men, take the help.

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