Here’s what I’ve learned over the past almost 8 months of growing baby. IT’S HARD because things are constantly changing. One week you may have one symptom and then BAM! The next week that symptom goes away or gets worse AND makes way for a new symptom to make it’s way into your new normal. This has definitely been the case for me this pregnancy. Luckily, I have had a very pleasant pregnancy and for the most part, have enjoyed being pregnant. Until the last week or so (I’m now in my 33rd week), I have felt mostly like usual self and didn’t feel like pregnancy slowed me down or made me feel crazy. However, my body can’t take all the credit for this because I have found some pretty amazing things that have helped my body cope with all the changes that have happened and continue to happen as I near the end. Today, I wanted to share with you some of my favorites that I could not live without.View Post
Ah!!! It’s finally here! Jonny and I have been waiting to reveal our kitchen to all of you because we wanted it to be as perfect as possible. We were hoping that everything would be done by December 2019 but like most home projects, there are still a few things that we will be adding in the next few months. With that said, it felt silly to put off revealing our kitchen to you because A.) We are super proud of it B.) It’s been 6 months in the making and C.) This is real life aka home projects can take a LONG time to complete, especially the final touches.
If you have been following for awhile, you know that Doen has always had a very special place in my style heart. I remember when they first launched and being blown away by the fact that they were not only a woman-run company but that their pieces were insanely beautiful. Additionally, their pieces are made in small batches, which ensures that each piece you order will have a high level of quality.
I have said it before and I will say it again for the sake of this blog post, but tight clothing IS. NOT. MY. THING. Never has been, never will be. I never felt confident in tight clothing, which I had accepted. However, when I got pregnant, I knew I was going to have to make some changes to my clothing preferences as I grew bigger. A lot of my girlfriends sung the praises of tighter fitting dresses to help accentuate the bump and while I wasn't completely turned off by the idea, it still made me wonder if I would be able to feel good wearing tighter pieces.
How in the world is it almost 2020? The start of a new decade and maybe the most exciting chapter that Jonny and I will start in early March 2020. It's kind of crazy to think about how different our lives are going to be once Baby Beeb is born and we are both excited (and nervous!) to see how we will all adapt to the biggest change ever. The end of the year always makes me reflect on everything that happened over the past twelve months and it's crazy how fast time is flying by. I really feel like I JUST told Jonny that I was pregnant and now we are preparing for this little guy's arrival. Like, WHAT?!