I’m personally all about cramming as many children into one room as possible. To start off, they’re small, ya know. A 4′ (or considerably less) sized person and their life goods should not take up much space. Plus, for the longest time I shared a room growing up and it was fun! Hiding in closets for the scare factor, traumatizing my younger sister and through it all, having another warm body in the room (I’m a wimp).

So although Henry get’s to be king of the castle for a bit, if we decide to pop out another human or add to our family though adoption down the road, he’ll be chilling with a sister or mister.

Remember this layout?

Nursery Layout

For now, our little twin bed will most likely be a spot for my madre to sleep when she visits, but later, this space will be a bed for Henry when sister or brother inhabits the crib.

This weekend, we found a steal of a deal on some beautiful antique twin bedroom furniture, so in the name of having one more thing checked off the list in this room, we sprung for it.

Antique Twin Bed

For it’s age, the bed is in great condition. We bought the set from the original owner, who’s father used it over 80 years ago. So. Cool.

Antique Twin Maple Bed

The end of the bed has the same simple design and the headboard. I’m seriously loving how it looks in the room.

Large Wicker Basket End of Bed

For now, I added some thrift store find blankets to warm things up a bit. We’ll have guests in the house over the holiday’s, so it will also be nice to have an extra bed made up and ready to go.

How to Layer Blankets on Bed

As with anything soft, warm and cuddly. Malcolm has made himself right at home 😀

Cat on Bed

In other nursery news, the crib has officially been ordered. I think that means we’re having a baby, or something crazy like that.

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