Welcome back to week 2 of our new Tuesday printable posts! Just like last week I am sharing a new set of prints that I’ve already done before and was well received! This week you get access to 4 free bathroom printables! These are of course a different style and quotes from the ones I shared in THIS insanely popular post last year. But I hope you love them too!
Free Bathroom Printables
I love a good bathroom printable. The bathroom can be a kind of a weird place to shop for artwork. Bathroom printables give a cheap and cute option for art. You can instantly add one of these bathroom prints to a any wall in your bathroom. Print several of these bathroom printables and hang them in a row. Or just print one of these bathroom printables and add it to a shelf! However you choose to use these bathroom printables is up to you!
Once again I love the possibilities when it comes to free prints! If you would like to see the additional 4 prints that coincide with this set be sure to check out my Etsy shop! I have 4 new listings with different quotes if you need or like more than these four I’m sharing here!
I mentioned on my Insta Stories a few weeks ago that I was working on sharing my son Tristan’s story here on the blog. I have been sharing little snippets of what has been going on with him for a long time but I’ve never sat down and taken you through all that he has been through and what we are currently facing today. This February Tristan was diagnosed with Spastic Diplegia a form of Cerebral Palsy. He was born with many adversities. I have been hesitant with how to share them here in this forum. While I find it very therapeutic to share and connect with those dealing with similar matters as a mother. I want to be delicate with sharing HIS story.
I had decided years ago I proably would keep most of it under wraps. But as I have shared more of the struggles he has had over the last year and a half. Ive been amazed at how our journey and his experinces have been helpful to others who are navigating the muddy waters of health and medication and all that goes with that. Likewise others sharing their journey has helped us find the right specialists and given us clear direction on more than one occasion. Those reasons propel me forward in sharing his journey.
Updates On Tristan
In short yes. I am working on his story. I have about 8 posts in various stages of completion. The bones of his story are in place. But to be honest its a very rough depiction and from a very medical stance. That isn’t how I really want to convey his journey. Its also been literally tiring to go back and retrace my memory and write it all down. He’s truly been through a lot. His journey has and is still very complex. I would even guess his set of medical anomalies are perhaps rare to all coexist together.
I also want to share his story in a way that doesn’t diminish his incredible spirit and personality. He is not a medical condition nor is he a series of medical anomalies. He is beautiful and wonderful and strong and I hope I can convey that in his story. All of this to say that its going to take longer to get this story written out. I needed to pull back and step a way from all the details and not get lost in it for now.
Where We Are Today
To this day things with him are still murky. We do not have all the answers to his health. He is still waiting to see more specialist as well as a geneticist. Something we’ve come to realize means waiting patiently for our turn. This I hope will help us further aid him to a full and rich life. One with less pain, less complications and a whole lot more fun! But for now it means a lot of appointments and check ins with various doctors.
In short I’ve come here today to share that we have recently learned more information. He had an MRI two weeks ago and the results were not what we hoped to hear. He has been diagnosed with a “mild” tethered spinal cord. You can read more about that HERE. For him it probably means surgery somewhere in the not too distant future. Something no one wants to deal with. We will meet with a pediatric neurosurgeon in the next few months to know what the game plan is.
I am so thankful for those of you who have written and encouraged us through all this. I will soon share his story in more details. I also will continue to update you as we learn more. For now we are waiting. Getting accustomed to weekly physical therapy that unfortunately is an hour drive one way. Figuring out new medication for other things I’ve been hesitant to share. As well as really processing what information we have recently learned and what that means for Tristan. Its been a lot in a short period of time. I went into many of his appointments truly expecting to rule out suspicions. Not walk away with life altering diagnosis’s.
It has been humbling and faith strengthening as I’ve seen it all play out. How experiences and side notes from doctors years ago have led us to open doors we otherwise would not have. I know all will be well. I am thankful that even though the things we are learning are tough they are not worse. Thank you for bearing with me as I sort it all out. I know all will be well and your kind words and prayers help me deal with it all better.
If you’ve made it this far thank you for reading! I hope you also enjoy these quirky little bathroom printables as you get caught up to speed with Tristan. Thank you for supporting this blog. Just reading it makes an impact on our family! I am truly grateful for each and every one of you!
How to Download and Print Free Bathroom Printables
Today I am sharing 4 free bathroom room printables. You can find 4 additional ones in my Etsy shop that coordinate on my Etsy shop HERE
HOW TO SAVE:
- Click the word DOWNLOAD below the trouble shooting tips
- A new window will pop up with a zip file
- Save the files to your computer
- Open the files in any picture editing or viewing program
- Print and enjoy!
I prefer to print on a heavier weighted paper such as cardstock but regular printer paper will also work. Print at home using your printers “best quality” settings for best results. Files are made only to print at the standard paper size 8.5×11 inches. Trying to print larger may result in grainy or pixilated images or warnings of poor print quality. However, you are not prohibited from changing the files size. Larger files are not available at this time for large scale printing. Commercial use not available.
Disclaimer when you save these printables you agree to the terms below:
These are free printables! That means that you may not use them to sell or market other items for sale in any manner in which you may get paid. This includes displays at retail stores, booths etc, as well creating and selling products using these free designs for example signs to sell in your own shop online and brick and mortar, aprons, napkins etc. These files are FREE that means they may never be used to sell in way shape or form. Please do not alter these designs in any way they must remain as designed originally.
HOW CAN YOU USE THEM:
Use them to create signs, aprons, pictures & displays for your own homes is perfectly OK. Gift the printable to a friend or family member. Use them to decorate an event or party. As long as the event is not a paid for event you can use them in your décor.
I love it when other bloggers or readers share these free printables with their followers! I do have a few rules I ask that you keep in mind when sharing:
Please tag me on any social media platform you may share them on my handle is the same everywhere: The Mountain View Cottage.
You are welcome to share this set of printables in a blog post in the following ways: Only use one image per post. Please only feature one set of The Mountain View Cottage printables per post if you are doing a round up. Meaning; you cannot link to these printables and then a different set in another post I have shared in a single round up if you happened to use more than one set to decorate a space that’s ok to share. Please do not create a single blog post solely for the purpose of linking to just these printables. If you use them in a space or as inspiration please link back. Please do not use my Pin-able graphic to link to your sight. You can however use a thumbnail of one of my images to create your own collage for a Pin-able graphic.
If you are having a hard time saving these files try the following:
-Open this post in different browsers than your current one and try the steps above.
-Turn off your pop up blocker and then try downloading again.
-Switch from a mobile device to a laptop or Computer and try downloading there.
Lastly ENJOY!!! I cannot wait to see you display these in your homes and I truly love seeing how you use them!
if you don’t have time to print these today or you want to save them for later be sure to pin the image below!