September 29, 2014 06:00 PM

Holly Madison‘s daughter Rainbow Aurora‘s name is fit for a princess — and her nursery is, too!

The former Girls Next Door star has created magical rooms for her daughter — one at their Las Vegas home and a second at the family’s Los Angeles abode — that channel Madison’s love for all things Disney.

While her baby girl’s California sleep space is adorned with pretty pinks and princess touches, including the framed photographs around the room, it’s Madison’s Nevada nursery where she went all out with an Alice in Wonderland theme.

“I gave it a chess board tile floor and painted a mural of the talking flowers on the wall,” Madison says in the fall issue of Mini magazine. “The curtain and crib set are blue and white, like Alice’s dress, and the artwork on the walls is Alice-inspired. We even have the talking doorknobs with the face on her doors.”

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Although Madison admits she is most like Belle from Beauty and the BeastAlice in Wonderland holds a special place in the her heart.

“It’s a story my husband and I both love,” the new mom, who recently celebrated her first anniversary with Pasquale Rotella, explains.

But princesses don’t rule the racks in Rainbow’s closet. When it comes to her 18-month-old‘s wardrobe, Madison prefers to keep the frilly frocks to a minimum, opting for bohemian ensembles for her baby girl.

“I love pretty dresses, but nothing too stiff or difficult to put on,” she says. “Anything that looks like a flowy, hippie dress for a toddler is a favorite.”

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With her daughter hitting major milestones every day, Madison is making it a priority to spend as much time as possible with her toddler — even if that means putting her career on the back burner.

“I am much more selective about the appearances I do because of the time it takes away from Rainbow,” she explains. “I can’t be this Tasmanian devil, whirling around to party after party every night anymore.”

Madison continues, “Babies and toddlers simply demand all of your time. If I am alone with my daughter, I just have to accept that I am not going to get anything accomplished besides being a mom.”

Gretchen Easton/Mini Magazine

— Anya Leon


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