Identifying your design and colors is your number one decision. Choose wisely, your imagination will influence your baby boy's development. Are you adventurous? Maybe a outer space, or a nautical theme. Are you into sports? This theme will easily carry through childhood. How about your love of reading, consider an ABC's theme. This may inspire your son's love of the same. Perhaps your creativity and inspiration is the way to go. A hand made patchwork quilt by mom, with each fabric square telling it's own story, certainly an heirloom to be treasured for generations. With these few suggestions, you can easily see how your baby boy nursery bedding is only limited by your imagination.
When it comes to those images your little girl finds prettiest, there's little doubt that her own adorable face is one of them (and if not, it should be). Help her to highlight that picture she finds prettiest - that of her own image - with the use of mirrors. A full-length mirror on her closet door is almost a necessity. As is a dressing table with an ample mirror before which she can sit and experiment with hair styles, fashion and jewelry combinations, and (eventually) make-up.
Usually metal beds in the old west would become a type of family heirloom. They might get passed down from generation to generation and move along with a family as they changed houses. They were often made to be more lightweight to accommodate this. Many beds in the Old West as well as those made in later times to depict those of the true old West, are considered antiques.
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