And decorated some baby onesies in various sizes. I painted a bunch, did some simple tracing on others, and gave P. the start she needed to color a couple with Crayola fabric markers (which are awesome, btw). The mister painted a few onesies, too.
I actually have way too many boring plain white baby onesies but my enthusiasm for painting them has gone way down - so I've been considering dying some with RIT dye. Maybe in grays and earthy greens. Thoughts?
Finally, this weekend we did some post-nursery-painting cleanup in what used to be the Red Room and I suppose is now the Gray Room. The AC came out, the painters tape came off, the tarp came up, and the mister assembled the new crib (which is just the same crib / toddler bed P. has except in stylin' black) while P. and I broke Styrofoam into itty-bitty pieces for the fun of it.
As of right now, my baby prep to-do list is a lot looser because so much of it is optional. For instance, I'd love to paint the changing table and the new (to us) bureau in a cool flat black to match the black crib. I have plenty of free printables to hang up - once I get some of the plain black frames that are always on sale at Michaels. If I can find my extra clementine boxes, those are slated to be painted Hermes orange. And in an ideal world, the mister will pick through his old band t-shirts soonish so I can start on a quilt. But as far as decorating a nursery goes, it's not exactly priority 'round here.
I guess it's a pretty good thing it looks like there's no baby on the immediate horizon!