When I started putting the baby registries together, I decided that we wouldn’t order fancy cribs. Just something with simple design and a nice color. I didn’t want to buy those convertible cribs that would turn into a twin bed. Who knows what we would like to do in the future with the twins’ sleeping situation, right? I didn’t want to commit ourselves to 4-in-1 expensive cribs. One of the websites that is devoted to baby stuff recommended this particular crib. I liked its color and its simplicity. So I just added the cribs on the registry fully expecting ourselves to be buying them after the baby shower with the completion discount. Little did I know that my brother and sister-in-law considered buying the cribs for us. They looked one night and became tired, so they decided to look the next day again before they ordered them for us. When they went back to look, it was too late! Someone else already bought them for us! This lady from our church is super nice and love babies. She wasn’t originally on the guest list for the baby shower. She hunted down my sister-in-law at church one day and asked about our baby shower. She expressed her desire to come and offered to bring food. She was so excited about being able to babysit for us in the future! (She lives five minutes away from us.) Of course we added her on the list because she was just super sweet about it. She bought us the cribs the next day. It was such a surprise that she was so generous with us and bought us these big ticket items. A dear friend of ours offered a long time ago to help us put together furniture and do any childproof/home improvement projects before the babies arrive. This past weekend, he came by and helped Bob put together these for the babies:
They are now lying on the floor sideways to save room. My dear blog friend Maddie is going to come all the way from another state to attend our baby shower in a couple of weeks. (Can’t wait to meet her! Exciting!) After her stay in the babies’ room, we will set up the cribs and purchase an 8-drawer dresser from Ik.ea.
I can’t wait to see the babies sleep in their cribs!