It is time to really buckle down and get ready for this baby to come and live with us! So, we started rearranging things. You know, I am learning, with each subsequent child, all the unpractical notions of a perfect nursery, just the right bedding, or a dream space for your new baby, leave your head. Because you learn (and it has taken me 4 kids now to get it) that all the fluffy bedding, will be on the floor most the time, and you will use all those hospital blankets to keep them swaddled tight at night. And in a few short years you will want to change all those hand painted details in their room to fit a different gender baby or to go with their personality more. I know now that the best investments are the essentials, like good crisp sheets, because that is what people will see when the come into their room, or cuter recieving blankets because they will poop through them, and a good swaddle is your saving grace at night. All the pomp and frills are so fun, and I would do them again, but this time, I know that she will probably spend most her nights sleeping wherever will give us a good 3 hour stretch at a time. And as she grows the same sleeping arrangement won't always work, so we will switch her her around sharing with her siblings until we find just the right fit for two little personalities. . . and that is okay! All that being said, I have been sluggish putting her stuff somewhere, because i want to have the best access and with three bedrooms, she doesn't have the luxury of her own room. But i made it official the other day that she is going to start out living in the corner of our bonus room. That is her space. She has a dresser, and space to be changed and a space to sleep, and there is a comfy rocker to rock her to sleep. And she will just be a cute little nomad for a while.