Even though in "real life" we didn't have a 3rd child, this house had to have a nursery. The room has a bear theme and bears abound. There is even a bear mobile on the crib. (see closeups below). The crib was dressed in a class taught by (you guessed it, Linda Weber).
The two bears sitting on the floor by the crib were made by a friend, Dorothy Wood. One is dressed in a train conductor's outfit, complete with cap, and the other as a clown. I made the diapers and the clothing stacked in the open closet. The red bear in the rocker was a gift from Stephanic Stith--she crocheted the sweater.
The top of the chest holds crocheted baby booties by Amy Doucette (Handworks), bronze baby shoes, a pacifer, a readable book, and baby pictures of both my son and daughter in the tiny teddy bear frames. Some of the toys on the floor are from AOL swaps; the dog pulltoy was a roundtable from National in Kansas City and the Noah's Ark was a NAME gift. The the tiny bear in the corner was made by Patti Stith when she was about 9 or 10.
The little girl bear in the crib was a gift from Pat Snowden. The little kitten holding the glass bottle with a rubber nipple was purchased many years ago at a local show. The baby pictures on the toy shelf are of my daughter-in-law, my new granddaughter, and my son. The toys on the shelves were things I purchased, made or were gifts.