There's nothing finer than to be in Carolina... blue skies, fresh air, and a little southern charm. And the south just got a little more charming when this beautiful baby boy joined the world! On January 23, 2017 sweet baby Yeatts (my husband's namesake!!) arrived and proved that he might just be the most laid back little man that ever was. Just like his parents, this is one happy, chill, little dude. I couldn't resist hopping on a red-eye to head back east for a quick 48 hours of baby love.
I mean, how precious is this little guy? And his parents...gorgeous (inside and out)! And wait, what about his nursery?! I'm obsessed. My incredibly talented sister-in-law, Blythe, put this gender neutral nursery together herself (with a little help from her hubby- more on that in a moment). It's an amazing mix of items that work perfectly together, and bring a personal touch to such a personal space for baby. A stunning painting by local NC artist Laura Park hangs over the vintage inspired white crib she found for a bargain on amazon. The wooden dresser was passed down from Matt's family and serves as a diaper changing station, while a tall wooden giraffe from Blythe's childhood peeks out from the corner of the room. Saving on details like the intricate light feature from IKEA, soft sheer drapes and glass lamp from Target, allowed for a splurge on the oversized plush rocker- which in my opinion is always the most important part of a nursery since you spend so much time there as a mama! My favorite part of the whole room though, has to be the wall of mounted plush animals daddy Matt added (without Blythe's consent- haha!). All of these individual touches in the room came together beautifully to create the perfect soft, serene, joyful space for baby Yeatts.
How lucky am I that I get to call this little guy my nephew?! And did you notice his big brother, Louie? Such a great protector in a big old lovable package. This kid's got a best friend for life...not to mention three crazy cousins who already adore him on the west coast!
I realize I may be biased, but this family is just perfection. I love them so.