View as you come in the door of the nursery.
View of the crib (the fabric in the crib will eventually be the crib ruffle.)
Mother Goose Cards hanging above the crib.
Other end of the crib (You can see the closet and the door)
The rocker (with a quilt that I made using my grandma's singer that she got as a wedding gift) and a bookshelf with a few books from my childhood.
The Mother Goose quilt I made over the changing table.
Another view of the changing table with stuff that my sister has given me.
The dresser with nick knack shelves above.
All I have left to do is make the crib ruffle and finish the mother goose cross stitch that I have, which won't be done until after the baby is born because we need birth info.
Overall I am pretty happy with the room and feel very comfortable in it myself. Of course after it is all done, my MIL brings up the fact that it might be overstimulating for the baby. That's what you get when you have a MIL that works for the inner city school district with special needs. Oh well, all I can hope is that the baby and I can enjoy the room together.