These are pictures of HB's room and the Guest Bathroom. They are located on the same side as the kitchen. For larger images, remember you can click on the picture.
Picture of HB's room as entering it. His walls are a little bare particularly around his bed and his brother's crib. I've heard that it's best not to put pictures over where they sleep in case they fall down for whatever reason. I want to get some vinyl wall stickers to place there so it doesn't look so bad, but I haven't yet. Etsy has a number of shops where you can buy them custom made so you can get their names and stuff.
HB's big boy bed. Please note that the electrical outlet has a sliding cover so he's fine next to it. There is the phone jack, but I don't know of any baby proofing devices for a phone jack. The rocking chair and his brother's crib which currently holds the swing and the bouncy seat to be pulled out later.The blinds use a wand so there's no issue with chords. HB can play with them so we moved his bed away from them. His little brother won't be able to for a while. The pillow is there more for me. He doesn't use it.
And that's it for this part of the tour. I did take some pictures of the master suite, which I'll save for another time. And at some point I'll take pictures of the balcony and the view from there.
Some issues with living here are: 1) the number of people who let their cats out at night I've seen at least three or four cats. This is bad for pregnant women because outdoor cats eat vermin and tend to spread disease through their feces. 2) The number of people who don't pick up after their dog. It smells. 3) My neighbor who has rambunctious dogs and seems to enjoy having people over frequently until late hours of the night. One Sunday morning her guest and her were talking while I was loading up HB for Mass. They were discussing where to get a good bloody mary. Yeah, hung over, I imagine. Last night they were doing something up there until about midnight. She's nice, but after a while it gets to you. I'm sure my toddler bugs her too. Course then we'll have little brother and he'll be up all night. But she's a med student so she'll get over it. She can't balk too much.