I Don’t Even Have a Mastercard

Three in one ebony baby crib that will grow with him, unless some other little baby steals it away; two hundred nineteen dollars.

Matching ebony changing table that was purchased from an online store for a fraction of what the furniture store wanted; seventy-nine dollars.

Room darkening red curtains, hung with care by his father; thirty-three dollars.

A happy, well rested baby who sleeps way longer than most college students; unbelievably, without a doubt, priceless.

There are some things money will never buy, but it really helps to make for a super cute nursery, and, of course, for everything else…there’s cash (because, people, if you don’t have the money to buy it, leave it at the store).

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    • MeesterMama
    • July 10th, 2007

    Very cute room!

    • Molly
    • July 10th, 2007

    Love the bed, love the changing table, love the curtains, love the sleep. SO glad you are getting some. It makes a huge difference!

    • Carole
    • July 11th, 2007

    I’m so glad he’s sleeping well! How exciting! he’s SUPER cute.

    • the Burgess family
    • July 12th, 2007

    very cute post! glad you’re doing well. And I agree with you about cash 🙂

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