As the space is quite small, we didn't want a lot of stuff. We were able to get all of the main items second-hand (Craigslist and antique stores) and made our purchases with the money we had sold off of Craigslist from the guest room. The antique dresser we had already owned and the child rocker is a family heirloom that has been passed-down from my dad's generation, to myself and siblings, to various cousins and now it is our turn to use it on the next child. Other details were purchased-off of Etsy (hooks, hand-drawn alphabet cards from Russia, crib sheet) and/or found around the house. And, of course, the little blue dress was made by my mom ("The Queen Bee" and soon to be called "Mamie") and worn by me as a little girl!
I find this room to be one of the most comfortable places in the house and I enjoy my morning Bible readings in the rocking chair. Soon, the rocker will also be used for baby soothing time, nursing, and books! One day, I hope that our daughter will look at these pictures and know that her parents greatly anticipated her entrance into this world with much love.