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October 5th, 2006, 09:37 PM
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As a "nursery" persay. My littlest is 15 months and when we first did his room, {and spent too much on the decorations I must say }, I planned to leave it this way for a LONG time, until closer to school age.

But now I'm getting an itch to maybe redo it around his 2 year birthday and do it something that will last him a couple of years. It's for SURE not necessary, but you know how that goes, heehee!

Just wondering what everyone else has done or plans to do???
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October 6th, 2006, 08:05 AM
** Mandy **
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My plan is to keep it how it is for a long time but like you, I may change my mind once a couple years pass.

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October 8th, 2006, 02:14 PM
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I love to decorate kids rooms so while I try to get them all something that "grows" with them, I'm always up for change! The boys rooms have been great so far, it's been a couple years since I've done theirs.

I already have the stuff to re-do Layla's room but I'm waiting till she's in her toddler bed which HOPEFULLY won't be for quite awhile yet!
I like to do their rooms once they go from a crib into a bed in something that will last and not be babyish or fadish like a character they they will grow tired of.
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October 9th, 2006, 06:21 AM
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DS's room kept his Peter Rabbit theme until he was about 3 or 4 and he told me he wanted something different. The nursery I'm doing now is for the baby we're adopting from China and since I'm not sure how old she'll be, I'm using a Disney princess theme that can grow easily for a little girl. Hopefully she'll want to keep it for a few years at least.

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October 19th, 2006, 05:45 PM
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No more than 2 years. We're putting the new baby in our master sitting room. When they're ready for a toddler room, I'm moving him down the hall across from DS. DS is in the process of getting a new room too - only delayed because we moved almost a year ago, and I haven't had time to decorate it.

I'm doing a retro robot/alien/space theme in DS#1's room. Baby is a getting a modern barnyard design, where we keep the bedding more bold, but basic - and accessorize heavily. I'm making all of the bedding, linens and basket liners.
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