Have you ever heard of Wordle? It's such a fun way to play with words. When I taught, I used it a couple of times with kids. I love how you can change fonts, colors, and the shape/design of the word layout. Most importantly, you can change how big the words are according to how many times you use the words in the text.
The boys are going to share a bedroom, and I've been trying to incorporate a few touches for both of them, rather than just 7 year old boy stuff. I wanted some wall art above the crib, so I decided to make my own Wordle. I played around a little on the actual website, and then decided to just go for it myself with vinyl. It's a little hard to tell, but I used light blue, dark blue, bright green, olive green and red. The red is for "big" and "little" because I wanted them to stand out a little. I asked Conner for a couple of words that meant boy and brother to him, and added some words that made me think of the boys too. After giving my (sporty) brother a preview, I realized I forgot to cut one of my Silhouette files - so I'll be adding "sports" "baseball" and "soccer" another day.
I also added a little border above the yardstick chair rail on the crib side. A few tools for the baby to dream of using when he gets older. My Silhouette has been getting a workout!
I think the boy's room is officially done now - only seven more weeks until the due date. Just in the nick of time!