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When our first child was born, we
decided to decorate the nursery in a neutral theme so that each one
of our children could use it. We chose a safari animal theme and it
has seen us through all of our children thus far. My sister, on the
other hand, chose to do her nursery in a gender specific theme and
chose dinosaurs for her little boy. How did you decorate your
nursery? Did you chose a gender neutral theme or did you decorate it
specifically for your little one? Share your decorating ideas!
Our first daughter, we did not find out until she was born what her gender was. So we registered for two sets of bedding with a common color, which was blue. We saw red, white and blue for a boy, and pink and blue for a girl. So we painted the room navy blue and white, and accented with the third color. It worked great and we were very happy.
We have 4 boys and found out this one is a girl. So we went out and bought princess bedding and will be using a lot of pinks. I used a neutral pooh bedding since we didn't know what our first was going to be which was blues and yellows. I am excited to have girlie stuff so we're doing all new nursery decs. this time. We will be using the same furniture though as it's a good solid wood set we paid a lot for with our first.
We are having twins, a boy and a girl. We are putting them in the same room for now, until they are a little older. We decided to paint a neutral color, green. Then we picked out different bedding for each, that has green in it. The boys will be sea animals: turles, fish, and it is blue and green. The girls is land animals: giraffe, monkey, and is pink and green. We love both of them and they work together also!
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