Thank you, thank you, thank you for your comments and e-mails about this post.
Keep 'em coming. :)
You have really helped me today.
I have smiled as I've read each of your comments and e-mails.
Thank you for letting God use you today to encourage me.
Progress is being made.
The shelves above are going to be going into the nursery and my little blogging spot is going to be moving out.
The shelves are cleared except for all of those . . . uh, yeah, scrapbooks . . . um . . .
I have also been realizing that perfectionism/idealism is indeed creeping in even though I felt like I had already let it go by making compromises such as not buying a crib new, bringing a baby home to an apt. rather than a house, etc.
Well, don't worry folks, perfectionism and idealism are apparently alive and well. I not only seem to want a nursery that will "work" for the baby and for us but I want it to look just so mostly for me but also . . . uggg . . . this is hard to admit . . . I want it to look just so for you guys and for people who will see it in person and I think people expect a nursery to be something specific and just so for a baby and I find myself wanting to measure up to other peoples' expectations. uggg . . . I know I'm not the only one who ever feels this way but it's hard to realize and admit that you've fallen prey to pride.