Thursday, 15 January 2009

He Is Growing Up....



So, Master Poppins is ready for his new bed.


Though I have to say, I really am not. I want to keep him safe and warm in his little cot. My little baby is growing up and I want to relish all the moments I have before he becomes a big boy and says his prayers, not in a cot, but in his own special bed.


It shall be alright won't it, if I keep him in his cot a little longer :)

X

26 comments:

  1. What a lovely room he has to move into, I would want to get in there straight away! But if it makes you happy - keep him a little longer :) xxx

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  2. That is such a lovely room.

    :) ((((Hug))))

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  3. Ooooh, can Jack come and stay please (with me of course), such a lovely room!
    We're aiming to put Jack in with Jess at some point over the next couple of weeks (unfortunately we only have 2 bedrooms) and I really don't want to.
    If I can get his little corner of the room looking like this then i'll be very happy. Got to make it somewhere he wants to be haven't I?
    Take care
    Big hugs
    Beki xxx

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  4. Love the bedding and bunting! xxx

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  5. what a gorgeous big boy bedroom

    April xx

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  6. Such a sweet room, lucky boy.
    Yvonne x

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  7. I hope you don’t mind, I had to leave a comment, the room looks so cute, I love it!!!

    Love Lou xxx

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  8. i know how you feel - took me agggessss to get Jacob from his cot bed to a bed (about 2 1/2!) but what a lucky boy O will be to move into that lovely room :-) Mia has the LA rug in the pink gingham and I am torn between the blue and the red for Jacob - now Ive seen yours I want the red - is it going to be funny if our boys both have very similar rooms please ?!!! and not a bit sad that I am copying the rug !!!! lx

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  9. Hi, hope you don't mind me stopping by :)

    That room looks lovely, I hope your little one will be happy in there. I love all the cowboy and boats stuff, I've got girls so I don't get to buy boy's stuff at all! My youngest is 20 months and I keep thinking about taking the sides off her cotbed to make it into a bed, but I don't want to just yet. My eldest was well over two when I put her into a bed.

    Mel xxx

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  10. What a beautiful room! When we have children, I hope we are able to give them a room like this! What a lucky little boy! xxx

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  11. How gorgeous is that?!! You've made his room so beautiful ;-)

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  12. I love the room....
    Thank you for the comments Mary.....(((hugs))))xxx

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  13. Hi Mary, I love little O's bedroom, perfect for a little boy! Mason has the same bed in black, he actually went to into his quite early, as a little one he would end up sleeping sideways in the cot and would wake himself up as he would stretch out and bang the sides of the cot!! But if you can keep him in the cot for longer, go for it! Mind you they do look so sweet as the bed are huge compared to them!! Have a great weekend......Claire xx

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  14. Thanks for the lovely comments. Must be exciting having work done on the house, I know it must be a nightmare right now but it will be sooo worth it in the end. We could never have a loft conversion as it's so jam packed with stuff that I have no idea where we'd put it all :-S

    I'm hoping my girls might want to share in a couple of years so I can reclaim the smallest bedroom for myself (though I think I will have a fight with my husband on my hands there!)

    Mel xxx

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  15. Lovely room. I still have Fin in his cot and hes two. I dont know when he will move to a big boys bed!! x

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  16. Yes thankyou very much for helping me with the CK bags Mary you are so kind! I am glad you like the initials, hope they go well in the room. Cant wait to see your home sweet home all finished! XX

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  17. had to laugh at the thought of you in LA saying 10 of that 20 of that etc etc - i never realised they could sell in those amounts - guess where I will be next week!!! still debating over the rug what do i do?!?!?! red or blue red or blue......

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  18. Mary - I need you to come and make my boys room look equally fabulous xx
    I keep my babies in a cot until they can climb out!! Definately past their 2nd birthdays...there is no rush - I like to keep that last bit of babyhood!!
    Rubes will be about 5 I think (last baby *sniff*!!!)
    Xx

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  19. me again :-) i was thinking the navy as his bedding is the dark blue gingham so would go better??? but has red curtains (with a dark blue header) so maybe the red? LOL how long will it take me to make this decision!!! M was asking when she can see D again - she has just emailed you back :-)
    Lx

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  20. Hello Mary,
    Just noticed your favourite books!
    Have you got what Katy did?
    I loved these books myself when I was a child along with Enid Blyton of course.
    Meant to ask you, were the old Fisher Price toys yours by any chance?
    Have a good weekend
    Take care
    Big hugs
    Beki xxx

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  21. Hi Mary
    If you still have my email address and would like to send me your address, I have a little something I would like to send you.
    I really think you can't beat the good old toys.
    Take care
    Big hugs
    Beki xxx

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  22. I'd be happy in that room - love the carpet!

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  23. You keep him in a cot for as long as you are both happy,,,,,, the only thing that I will say is that when Harrison was 18 months old and in a cot I put him to bed as normal and came downstairs, a few seconds later we heard and almighty bang and he had tried to clim out of him cot, fell and broke his arm. Am awful situation followed involving having him put out the following day to have the arm manipulated back together....So as long as he is safe thats all that matters....

    xxxx

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