Today is Conner's turn to show off his room. I showed you Maddie's new room here.
Conner's room is so him. That's what I love about decorating. You can mix together what ever you want to be YOU. I think too that as kids get older and are entering their teenage years it is nice to have reminders of who they were, who they are and where they come from. These years can be confusing and I think it's nice to have their refuge remind them who they are.
It is a combination outdoorsy and history, with alot of Conner thrown in.
An encouraging note from Dad, a beautiful bible verse, and quote on nothing being Impossible next to his bed.
I'd love to find some old fishing poles to go above the windows.
We moved Conner's alarm clock over to the window sill so he would have to get out of bed to turn it off. Works like a charm! He is up on his own most days! ;)
Little reminders of the little boy he was.
Some of his beloved books and treasures. Notice the note I told you about still on the book case... under his bed is clean so maybe it does work!
His birth date is on the old piece of cedar. I got it from a friend whose fence blew down. The numbers are from Hobby Lobby.
The lyrics to the song sung at both my grandparents funerals and the cross he got when baptized.
"The two most important days in your life are the day you are born, and the day you find out why." quote by Mark Twain, surrounded by pictures of who he was and is.
Linking up with Thrifty Decor Chick again today for May Show us your House.
Thanks for stopping by! ~Shelby