Why I’m Not a Fan of Gender Neutral Nurseries

Post by on February 17, 2017

I’ve never really liked to decorate nurseries gender specific, but it wasn’t until I actively researched gender-neutral nursery designs that I realized why.

First a little backstory — Our new little babe wouldn’t cooperate and let us see if it was a boy or girl until I was 24 weeks! I started browsing online to find inspiration for gender neutral nurseries.

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A Rock & Rollick Momma Featured on Project Nursery!

Post by on February 11, 2017

One of my very favorite things about running Rock & Rollick is when I get to see my customers finished nurseries. I love seeing how they used our designs in the space, but also it’s such a fulfilling moment for me because I know that’s where they’re raising their child. A child who will one day make their own mark on the world.

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How to Give Your Pregnant Wife What She REALLY Wants for Valentine’s Day

Post by on February 3, 2017

Valentine’s Day just isn’t the same for a woman when she’s pregnant. She wants to feel beautiful and sexy when she goes on a romantic date with her husband. But pregnancy tends to make women feel like they’re not very sexy in their current state.

I believe most pregnant women want to feel like their spouse is still sexually attracted to them, even with a baby bump and all that comes with it. After all, that is how she came to be pregnant! So seduce your wife, and make her feel like she’s still sexy this Valentine’s Day.

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How to Plan & Decorate Your Nursery

Post by on January 27, 2017

When it comes to planning & decorating your nursery you’re probably excited to get started right? Only, after looking at oodles of inspiration you may be feeling a bit overwhelmed at how to even begin. There are many approaches to how you can go about creating this special space for your new baby, and I’m going to share what I’ve found has worked best for me.

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How My Own Pregnancy Clarified The Mission Behind Rock & Rollick

Post by on January 22, 2017

Around Christmas I made an announcement that we’re expecting baby #2, but other than that I haven’t talked much about it. To be honest, it has been a much different experience than before simply because I know more of what to expect this go around. There are some personal thoughts and feelings I could go down the rabbit hole with, but instead I want to share with you how this pregnancy has impacted Rock & Rollick. Decorating the nursery in a way has been a way to focus on the positive, and celebrating our new baby. When I launched Rock & Rollick I shared why I chose April 16th to launch and how our loss began my journey towards Rock & Rollick, you can read about that part of my story HERE. 

Now, I’m pretty sure we’ve all heard the phrase, “you’re just decorating the nursery for yourself – your baby doesn’t care what it looks like”, but I don’t fully agree with this statement.

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3 Go-To Resources for Nursery Decor Inspiration

Post by on January 13, 2017

As an expecting mom, there are a lot of choices you “get” to make, and decorating the nursery is pretty much THE BEST part. So, I’ve rounded up my top 3 go-to resources for nursery décor inspiration. These sites are great to find out what’s trending, DIY’s, and photos of beautiful nurseries to get your wheels spinning.

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Shiplap in the Nursery

Post by on November 11, 2016

Shiplap in the nursery?? Um, heck yes please! While technically only 3 of these are nurseries, the last one could easily be inspiration for a nursery. I will say that during my search for shiplap in the nursery I was a little surprised by the lack of color that seems to go with the use of shiplap.

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Nursery Wallpaper Roundup – For Baby Girl

Post by on October 19, 2016

Wallpaper has made a HUGE come back and I have to admit that I was surprised by how excited I got by this! I’ve been kind of obsessed lately and think it would be wonderful to decorate a nursery with wallpaper! I remember scraping wallpaper off the walls of a home my parents bought 10 years ago and I had thought, “why would anyone ever use wallpaper?!” – Oh how 10 years can change your perspective, and maybe the knowledge that wallpaper is supposed to be easy to remove now.  Continue Reading