Admittedly, I have been organizing and making lists of things that need to get done (like learn how to strap a baby into the carseat). Some may call this "nesting". I don't think so. It's more like "basic shit needs to get done so why don't you finish eating that cookie and get to work".
So here are pics of our nursery, the state of which directly correlates to and quite accurately depicts my frame of mind and preparedness for the impending baby.
Hallway leading into nursery. At some point, I'm guessing soon, this table, which will be used as a diaper changing table, will need to move into the actual nursery, although there isn't room for it now because of the following...
Some people put up wall art, bookshelves, and mobiles in their nursery. We have decided that "boxes" is a fine theme for decor.
Kevin did set up the crib. This is the crowning achievement of our nursery. It's the Gulliver crib from Ikea. Like you care--this isn't exactly the type of nursery from which pinterest posts and inspiration are derived.
This is what the baby will be looking at from the crib. We want our baby's first word to be "clutter" or "junk". That crib railing there? That was the defective one that I managed to get Ikea to replace after a cumulative 1.5 hours on the phone (99% of it on hold). Behind it is a shipping box for 12 bottles of wine. We thought that was appropriate for a nursery.