I’m failing in so many reasons documenting this pregnancy and my bump. Luke is hardly home and when he is the weather has been crazy. But we made it out last week before the storms came to town and were able to take some pictures! That’s something to celebrate. My sweet hubs has no clue how to use a camera (love you darling). But I am making it a goal that both of us learn to utilize that piece of equipment more. We (or I) want to document all this beauty going on right now. And we want to remember how tough it was down here, so we can look back and laugh… when we are on higher ground. I look at certain blogs and don’t even have to read a word that is typed in their posts, their pictures tell their story. I want that for us. It’s probably just the artistic side of me. But I want to look back on pictures with my children, and want them to just know the story. And for this little lady, it starts with this growing bump!
I bought a few dresses from Old Navy the other day, all one size up from my normal size. This dress is fairly short for my liking. But it is super comfortable and light-weight so I’m hoping to make it work as a long shirt paired with shorts as I grow. Do you remember those shoes? I bit the bullet and bought them. Best.Purchase.Ever. I’m also wearing my Blanqi under this dress. I can’t express enough how much of a lifesaver that has been for me!
Little lady has a name! I’m excited to share it with you. Liam is just loving my belly and calls her sister all the time now. He has so much more interest in her now than he did even a month ago. I think seeing her in the ultrasound, and then knowing her name has really made it click a little about what is going on behind mamas growing belly button!
23 weeks//craving almost anything– cotton candy and fruit are the two biggest cravings, but I am trying to eat as healthy as I can//lots of kicking and movement (the placenta is posterior so I can see and feel everything)// Name picked out// closet filling up with cute dresses and bows// Nesting mode has kicked in//