Tuesday, 2 March 2010

Big Girl's Bed

Tiny is playing acrobatics in her cot. Or her 'cage' as the Doctor calls it. She climbs up on to the rail, and then perches there precariously until someone happens to stroll past and rescue her. More than a couple of times she's fallen off, as small acrobats are prone to, and tumbles off.

I've put the side down in order to reduce the number of tumbles, but now it's time to make the transition to big girl's bed. Even if she does keep telling me 'no, no no'.
Here are some things I've seen around the traps that I know Tiny would dig to make her transition into big girl's bed even more exciting. Not that she's getting any of it. But mamas can dream. Right?


Love bed set - from Australian designers Kideko

we already own one of these beautiful blossom mobiles from Nina at Puka Puka - it is so, so pretty
super cute bear from super talented Jess at Teddy Bear's Wednesday
vintage heart box from The Red Thread
Beci Orpin cushion from Lark Handmadelittle blue and little yellow - at bordersCat Hat limited edition print from Georgie Love

do you think i could sneak this catty in? via the Selby

6 comments:

Shelley Trbuhovich said...

this big girl could not resist the beci orpin cushion, the little blokes know how special 'beci' is....so she doesn't end up on the floor as often as the others!

katiecrackernuts said...

OK already, I think it's buried. :^

teddybearswednesday said...

oooh that's a big thing, big move to a big bed.
You are very naughty NAUGHTY NAUGHTY and totally lovely and kind, too, thanks so much Lexi.
All the other things are just gorgeous! xo

Miss Muggins said...

I LOVE little blue and yellow - what a classic. Have fun decorating your little diva's space!

mama bear said...

I love that Beci Orpin cushion. I've been coveting it for months! Breastfeeding pillow? Um, not quite... Good luck with the BIG move! x

Cindy said...

I am sure wahtever you put together wil be the perfect little Tiny nest. poppy seeemed to go into the big bed quite easily - well better than me who cried at the dismantle of the cot