Thanks Tobe for the below post about fun kid’s stuff. I think I’m going to have to add those adorable sneakers to Bryan’s wish list.  And some of you may recognize some similarities between some of Tobe’s favorite nurseries and the sneak peek’s of Bryan’s rooms that I’ve shown:

Hello, nesters! Tobe here from because it’s awesome, pretty happy to be filling in for Jess today. When Jess and I first talked about topics of discussion and she suggested that practically anything under the sun was an option, I, of course, went immediately to the wee ones. I’ve loved seeing the updates of her little man, haven’t you? Even though i’m not quite there yet, my husband and I recently went from an urban loft to our own suburban treasure, and i can’t help but dream about the day I get to turn one of our rooms into a nursery! In honor of those little bundles of love, i’ve rounded up some adorable kid items and nurseries that I have tucked away in my own inspiration folder.

First up, shoes. who among us can resist such cute duds for a sweet babe’s feet?
peep toes | gold wing boots | ralph lauren sneakers
I don’t know about you, but nothing says fun learning to me like all the colors of the rainbow.
peg puzzle | baby beads | wood blocks
when it comes to bedtime, i assume there are always a few essentials
  jonathan adler night light | artecnica themis mobile | penguin classics for children | sock elephant
And just in case a few of you fall into the mommy-to-be category and are in the process of creating the perfect space for your wee one, behold just a few of my favorite kid-friendly rooms:

a cup of jo, home of jenna lyons

 cluck cluck sew

 pure style home

lay baby lay

  apartment therapy, home of design crisis

cococozy, design by the brooklyn home company

 d home, photography by aimee herring

 elements of style

Thanks for having me, Jess! ox