I have been getting a lot of questions about Nora’s birth story since my first delivery with Cam was a c-section. I will start out by saying that Nora’s birth was COMPLETELY different, and I am so glad I have been blessed with 2 very different birth experiences. Read More
First of all, I hope everyone had a Merry Christmas! We all had a GI bug, so not living our best life for Christmas weekend. Not too much has changed since my last bumpdate, honestly! Well, besides the fact that I’m scrambling last minute to do EVERYTHING. Typical me, I guess. We don’t have her room totally ready, we don’t have Cam in his new room, we don’t have a name totally decided on, neither of our bags are packed, the base isn’t in the car, etc. we are really a spectical over here. Read More
Once again, another month goes by and I haven’t done a “bumpdate”. Some of you started asking why and honestly I just forgot! It’s been so busy around here with the holidays and BABY coming soon! Ahh! We are slowly getting things together around our house. It’s hard at the same time because I decorated for Christmas and will have to literally tear it all down so fast after, so that our house is fresh and clean and ready for baby girl mid-Jan. A couple of updates for you guys now!Read More
Okay- I asked if you all wanted to see another bumpdate and majority said yes! I’m still being a total slacker letting 8 weeks go by since my last, but life is busy! We have had some crazy ups and downs the past couple weeks that I’ll disclose at a later time, but for now I do have something SO exciting to share about this pregnancy (well for me it is)! Read More
So, I’m feeling better (usually)! So that’s a plus. I’ve still been super tired and didn’t get that second tri “burst of energy”- but I’m pretty sure that’s because I’m chasing around my WALKING/ RUNNING / JUMPING / CLIMBING toddler. Props to all moms, but especially moms with multiples. Exhausting. Read More
As many of you know, my pregnancy with Cam was far from perfect. I was extremely sick for the first 15 weeks (when I say extremely, I mean I had to go to the hospital a couple times for IV fluids), along with battling gestational diabetes and oligohydraminos (low amniotic fluid).