Once upon a time, I told y’all that I’d post photos of the nursery. Remember that? That was many many months ago. Oopsies! So sorry for the delay, friends. Turns out, raising twins is time consuming. No one told me that!!! Hehe…kidding.

I adore our nursery so much and am so excited to finally share photos of it! Back when I was preggo, I blissfully settled on the theme “Moon and Stars” for our nursery decor. After all, we’ve loved Henry & Emily “to the moon and back” ever since we found out I was pregnant! I wanted moon, stars, and pops of pink and baby blue to soften the taupe colored walls and to steer your eyes away from the 70’s brown shag carpet. I’m so happy with how it all turned out! Especially the cribs. Did you know that my sweet dad, Victor Wilson, hand crafted each of the two cribs himself! Incredible!!! It means the world knowing that Henry & Emily sleep peacefully in these beautiful pieces made with such love!

Below is a panoramic photo of the whole room, followed by photos of each special piece. So many of these pieces were gifted to us from our sweet friends and family. I’ve listed what store each piece was purchased from in case any of you want to add a piece or two to your nursery. Enjoy!


SUCH a comfy rocker! Purchased from Buy Buy Baby. Those precious 2 pillows were an Etsy find.
The moon was a gift purchased via Pottery Barn Kids! Those 2 stars I bought from Michaels 🙂
I LOVE these curtains. Something needed to doll up those brown walls! They were a Pottery Barn Kids purchase. The rod is from Home Depot (way less expensive than PB Kids’ rods!)

Having a mirror next to the changing table is (so far…) such a good distraction for the babies! Found the dresser that the changing table sits on via Craigslist
Sits right above the changing table & mirror. Couldn’t resist these 2 pieces when I spotted them at Hobby Lobby.

Emily’s Crib! Still can’t believe all the work that my Dad put into building this! We have two beautiful pink & blue bumpers gifted from my PB Kids registry, but we’re waiting until the twins are wee bit older to put those in. For now, these mesh bumpers are perfect; safe, secure, and soft! Mesh bumpers were a Target purchase.
Sweet “Emmy” napping in her crib! Pink sheet was a PB Kids gift.
Henry’s Crib! Dad actually build this one a few years ago for the 1st grandchild, Ellie (my niece) and now it’s been passed down to Henry!
Both Henry and Emily have these beautiful linen dust ruffles/bed skirts (PB Kids gift), as were the mattresses (BuyBuy Baby gift)! 

Isn’t he just the sweetest “little man” you’ve ever seen?! Blue sheet was also a PB Kids gift.
In love with our 2 “Moon & Stars” mobiles! PB Kids gift.
Safe to say this one was a “gift” a long time ago. We just love our Stella girl. We also love how beautifully she watches over Henry & Emily! She has adjusted so well. Couldn’t ask for a better doggie!
Head over heels for this piece! “The Great Adventures of Henry & Emily” is exactly right – they have many fun adventures ahead of them. PB Kids gift.
Just thought this was so sweet! Bought it at Hobby Lobby.
Every single book was gifted to us, and MANY more are in a cubby close by. Thank you, sweet friends and family!
Blue & pink arrow piece bought at Hobby Lobby
Floating white shelves bought at Target.
I just love this photo! Sweet Emily is playing while Henry is napping. This play mat has been an awesome gift, as was another that we keep down stairs. It’s been so helpful to have one on each floor! Bumbo chair (one of two) is off in the corner and those have been so great as they learn to sit up! Bumbo chairs were a BuyBuy Baby gift. 

And then…there’s the closet. Thank the Lord for our closet! Keeps the room looking tidy while toys, clothes, shoes, socks, diapers, wipes, etc all stay stocked behind doors. Friends & family, thank you once again for all of your gifts! Henry and Emily are loving life so far, and you’ve helped tremendously 🙂

Please comment with any questions or thoughts!

Big hugs,




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