It’s Christmas Time and as we all know our little one’s are anxiously waiting for Santa to drop off their wish list of gifts they’ve been behaving so well for all year long (wink, wink). However, once the excitement of unwrapping and playing with these shiny new gifts ware off, the struggle of where to put them all comes to my mind. Todays post is an inspirational and cute way to dress up any little princess’s play area, whether it be an extension of her nursery or additional room in your home. I started off by adding a few neutral furniture pieces that act as a fun and functional organizational system and cozy seating. With a few touches of pink displayed throughout,from toys to wall art, this pretty in pink area would make for the perfect little princess play area. The soft color pallet allows for plenty of room for her mind to wonder without being overly stimulated! If you love what you see, the good news is, is that all of these pieces can be found at one-stop shop SugarBabies Boutique!
I am Melissa, a military wife to my loving and supportive husband Ryan and mom to our precious baby girl McKenzie. While we were waiting on our little miss McKenzie to arrive, I found enjoyment in browsing inspirations for McKenzie’s nursery and future milestone celebrations! Searching the web on all things baby related was and still is my guilty pleasure. So I created Fawn Over Baby Blog as a way to share fun and unique ways to create a bright and beautiful world for your baby. From Baby Nursery Designs to Baby First Birthday Party, you will find lots of baby inspired goodies that will hopefully help spark your creative side!
Welcome! I'm Ashley, the owner of SugarBabies but my most important job is being mom to three wonderful kids. This new blog is going to be a lot of fun and very informative. SugarBabies has always brought you the best baby products on the market and now we have teamed up with some fantastic mom bloggers. Together, we are going to share lots of tips, tricks, advice and products to make this parenting thing a bit easier.