I’m frustrated with WordPress. I spent all night on Monday, prepping a post and kept having technical difficulties embedding some pins from Pinterest. I gave up and had to skip the post for Tuesday. Until I can figure it out (I’ve read every tutorial out there), I’ll move on. Sometimes, I wish I hadn’t moved over to WordPress. But I digress. I thought I’d do
It’s been 3 weeks since my last update at 15 weeks. It’s funny how different these updates are with this pregnancy. I don’t really have time to think about symptoms or how my body is changing. It basically has to hit me like a Mack truck for me to notice. In a nutshell, I was a bit more tired the last couple of weeks and REALLY
Last time I updated about pregnancy #3, I was 12 weeks. Here we are now, 15 weeks! Not much changed over the last 3 weeks except being tired. This last week I have been tired like the first trimester. And I feel huge. I’m showing about a month more than my previous pregnancy, meaning I look like I did at 19 weeks pregnant with Maddox.
Last Thursday, we decided to throw a very last minute gender reveal. After going to my 12 week appointment last Tuesday and seeing the sonogram, I left even more convinced it was a boy. I got the results sealed in an envelope and took them home to see how Ryan and I wanted to do this. I had ordered a set of baseballs on Etsy for
I’ve been waiting weeks to finally announce… We’re going to welcome Baby #3 in October. I made that sign above for my shop and it’s sold like crazy in the last month…lots of Fall babies are coming. With my previous 2 pregnancies, I documented a lot and am glad I did because it’s neat to go back and read and see pictures. I’m not sure
I should have written this shortly after Maddox, now 2, got his helmet off (at 6 months)…hopefully my memory serves me right and I can provide some information for anyone looking. I remember searching around on the internet for real life experiences with parents who had children with plagiocephaly and had to put their baby in a helmet. The information I did find (and friends’
At this time a year ago, I was sitting in the hospital bed thinking I was going to deliver a baby really soon. Unbeknownst to me, I wouldn’t deliver him for another 14 hours and 3 epidurals later. Maddox’s birth changed my life. Beckham’s birth was unreal in so many ways and miraculous in its own way, but Maddox’s birth was very different, and I