Savor the Circus

Third trimester pregnancy insomnia. I woke up this morning at 4:45 to go to the bathroom and after hearing Logan stir in her crib, couldn’t fall back to sleep. An hour later, still laying in bed awake, I decided to get up. I came out in the living room to catch-up on some blog reading or online shopping, things I rarely get the time to do during the day, but I grabbed one of my bedside table books on my way out of bed.

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Round 3 Baby Must-Haves

My final Baby Must-Haves Post! This is our last little bundle of joy! And as always, it’s super fun to shop for them! Seems like only yesterday I posted about my must-have’s for when Logan was born. I’m still a huge fan of all those items, but since we already have them, this list is just a few little things for Baby #3.

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Everything You Need to Know about Double Strollers

I’ll start this post on a positive note. All children are precious gifts from God and it is truly a blessing to be gifted with not one, but three sweet girls.

However, every time we add another child to our family, our simple, zippy little life becomes a bit more…frumpy. Does anyone feel me on this?

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Three Bedrooms. Three Budgets.

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Ever get caught in a designing snowball? You decide you would like one new item for your house: say, a new arm chair. And before you know it, you’re thinking, Well, if we’re going to get a new arm chair, we really should switch out our sofa as well. And while we’re switching up our furniture, it would probably be a great time to refinish the floors in this room. And come to think of it, that area rug is pretty nasty. We should probably get a new one of those to match our new furniture. And this, my friends, is a designing snowball.

I’ve been tossing around the idea of switching to a king size bed from our queen. Once I started looking at new headboards, I found myself in a bit of a snowball. Well, lucky for you, I use my designer snowballs for good! Today I bring you three different bedroom designs, at three very different price points. Each design has the same elements: a bed, nightstands, lamps, art, area rug, plant, planter, throw, and throw pillows. But each one has a very different price point and a slightly different feel. So which one is your favorite??

Bed // Nightstands // Lamps // Area Rug // Plant // Planter // Art // Throw Pillows // Lumbar Pillow // Throw Blanket

Clean, classic, and dreamy, this bedroom has a few higher end pieces that make it oh-so-luxurious. That Serena and Lily bed is to die for and if I didn’t have little kids playing on my bed several times a day, I would totally want one just like it!

Bed // Nightstands // Lamps // Area Rug // Plant // Planter // Art // Throw Pillows // Lumbar Pillow // Throw Blanket

This one is probably the most “me.” A bit mid-century with some fun pops of pink and yellow. This bed from One Kings Lane has been in my online cart for a few weeks now. And I love the idea of sconces next to the bed instead of table lamps. They free up some more space on my nightstand for the stacks of books I’ll never get to!

Bed // Nightstands // Lamps // Area Rug // Plant // Planter // Art // Throw Pillows // Lumbar Pillow // Throw Blanket

This room is absolutely fabulous for the price. And the major pieces (take away the throw pillows, etc) total under $1,000! What a steal! Add some beautiful white bed linens and this budget bedroom can totally pull off a high-end looK!

Time to weigh in!

Give me your thoughts in the comments below! Which room would you choose right now? Your opinions might just sway my future design decisions!

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