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Katrina - posted on 11/05/2009

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Quoting Ami:

Nursery themes

Does anyone have an nursery theme for a baby boy?


  Do something u would like and dad, if i was going to have a boy i would of done dirt bikes or race cars something they would like when there 8 and older so, u wouldent have to change alot

Jordan - posted on 11/05/2009

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I had a friend who did a Noah's Ark theme for her son which was darling! but I have always liked the Nautical theme in reds, blues or tan colors. You can make it so cute with little boats and lighthouses.

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If you intend to have another child close in toe, then I would suggest a unisex theme like teddy bears, reds or yellows. If you have no intention of having another one (young enough to share rooms) then I agree with Nicole, basically anything that screams "I'm a new baby boy" LOL

Nicole - posted on 11/04/2009

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I did Baseball. My husband, 2 year old son, and I go to many KC Royals games. That is out home team. So I know our new son due in November will be going to MANY games. So we did baseball and KC Royals. It's cute and fun. We can always change it later if he isn't a sports fan. LOL! In my household, however, I don't see how that can be possible. :)

Jennifer - posted on 11/04/2009

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If we would have had a boy we were going to do a Dr. Seus theme....Horton hear's a who to be exact. Or curious george *that was my secret longing* but now we have a girl and it is abstract brown and pink circles. Anyway, you can google nursery themes and you should get all sorts of links to private companies with bedding.

Nicole - posted on 11/01/2009

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I did a baby jungle animal theme with my son... but there are so many.. you can do clouds and airplanes.. little footballs and basketballs and baseballs... you can do just colors like blue and tan or green and blue... You can fun with this... If you like disney you can do that.. or winnie the pooh, Like paint a tree on the wall and have Christopher Robin sitting under it with a book, and have the winnie the pooh bedding... You'll come up with you;re own great idea I'm sure

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