"When I turn 4, I will eat green beans."
"When I turn 4, I will take a shower instead of a bath."
"I'll go to Owen's house to play when I'm older. When I turn 4."
"I will like that, when I'm 4."
"I will ride my bike when I get older. When I turn 4."
For some reason, I'm getting my hopes up, which is probably not smart because I'll just be highly disappointed on his 4th birthday when he refuses to eat green beans with his birthday cake.
My poor child has lived the first 3 years of his life with a semi-feminine, very baby-ish room. So I told him that he could have a big boy room when he turns 4, but since we are now moving, he is going to get it sooner.
I have made my first purchase for the new home, and it was for G's room. I have big plans for the space and cannot wait to get it all put together. Here's the bedding that I found (on clearance) at West Elm.
The problem? He wants superheroes in his room. Which is totally against my religion. But then I found these vintage prints. Totally doable, right?
I'll let you know how it all comes together!