36 weeks and I’ve definitely reached the uncomfortable stage. The struggle (and waddle) is real. We move house in one week and I’m trying not to panic about doing so when heavily pregnant. But it’ll be nice to finally get in and be able to nest. Before baby arrives hopefully 🤞🏻
Everly is going through a sweet stage where she is besotted with babies. There was a baby at her gym class today and she was completely captivated; all she wanted to do was sit in front of her and smile. I can’t wait to see her reaction when she meets her baby brother, she’s so excited. Then she can tickle baby toes for as long as she wants ☺️
We never planned on giving Everly a dummy/pacifier, but the hospital staff gave her one shortly after she was born and it was the beginning of a long journey of attachment to it! It had started to affect her bite so we knew it had to go. We had a few failed attempts, but in the end, we lost her dummy and after searching everywhere, knew we had to go cold turkey! It wasn’t as bad as we thought. There were a few days where she cried in the lead up to nap/bed time when she asked for it, but she never went to bed crying, and eventually she stopped asking for it. We’re now three weeks in and her teeth are already back to normal 👍🏻 Our next transition is from crib to toddler bed! 🤞🏻
After a year of searching and two unsuccessful offers, we have finally bought our first home in America! It’ll be a lot of change all at once, with a new house and a new baby, but we’re so excited to finally have a place to call our own. We’ll be sad to say goodbye to this place, though. This house has been our home for the past 3 years and it’s where Henry has spent most of his life. We’ve had some really happy times here and I hope we’re able to make plenty of new memories in our new home. Here’s to new beginnings!
30 weeks pregnant with this sweet baby boy. It’s gone by so fast and I’m finding it hard to believe there’s only a few months left until we meet this new little member of our family. The third trimester is notorious for the aches and pains it brings, so on my blog I’m talking about getting some relief with the @bellybandit Upsie Belly. It has been SO amazing for giving support to my ever growing baby bump, I just wish I’d had one last time around instead of struggling with SPD! #BellyBandit #Ad
Today is one of those days, when the grief hit hard and unexpectedly. Henry saw my sadness, and rushed to tell his daddy and sister, “we need to give mama lots of love because she’s crying because she’s missing granny,” and they gathered around me, their arms holding me, giving me hugs. I feel so lucky to have such compassionate children, what blessings they are and how much brighter they make my days 💕