Tuesday, August 25, 2009

ocean baby nursery

Another Great Nephew is soon to arrive.
His daddy is gone on so we are surrounding this baby with the things that my nephew loved...namely under the ocean.
His mother has two other kids and is going to school and working...at the loss of my neiphew she has also lost the dream of all of them being a family and having a home together. Now she is in a studio with the kids.

The fabric I am using matched the fabric my sister is making the crib ensemble out of.
I will be making four pillows...one for each child and two for the mothers bed. They are all in one room together...
The mother likes orange so I will back hers with it, the girl with the yellow and the boy with the green. Then I will make the baby a mobile of fish and shells (?).


The green under the mobile frame and the yellow and the orange will all be for the pillow backings.
the green foreground looks so like scales that I think it will be a part of the fish on the mobile.

The babies mobile will have the black and white ribbon to the hanging fish.
The backing of the pillows will make up the fish.
I'll try to do some cute embellishments too.

mine is the block hers is the bundle of swatches to the right an amazing thing for the fabric I am using is one i have had many years.

With space at a premium I thought to make the mother a organizer that will hang on the side of her bed for when she is feeding the baby and such. The Mom loves spiders...so this blue set to colors was true if you look closely it is little spiders.

Please join me in prayer for this Young Mother who is giving birth to the son of her love who is now no longer living.

This is a hard time for so many.

My Sister and M. (for mother) hurt more deeply than many of us could ever truly understand. They have each others backs. My niece is also suffering the loss of her big brother and the experience of her first child now who is just a few Months old.

There will be a baby shower soon.

2 comments:

Denise said...

Awesome.

Annette said...

Good evening dear friend~
Sorry I haven't left any comment but I have been by to visit and too see what's been going on in your home, I like the desk area, very nice! and the story of Dove's little friend, you are just the sweetest person, I use to love it when my daughter would lay in bed with me and we'd talk about what ever tickled her fancy,same with Johnanthon, Awwwww, how I miss those times! I REALLY like the baby stuff and the pillows, very nice! It's sad that she's in a studio with but at least she's got you and her children! she's very lucky to have you and I will pray for her and the children. It's always nice to come by and visit with you after a very testy day at work.
LOVE YA BUNCHES~
Annette

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