After making hubby rearrange the furniture more times than I'd like to admit, our nursery is finally ready!! So excited to check this one off the list. The glider is new, it was a gift and I am in love with it. The changing table was an amazing hand-me-down and the dresser was a furniture flip. It used to be baby blue! Oh, and we found the rug on Overstock. #notsponsored I love the mix of new and old. I can't wait to bring Baby home to his room! #happyhumblehome#hhhbffg#38weeks#nursery
37 WEEKS TODAY! Officially full term today. Pickle is running out of room and I'm running out of patience, we just want to meet him!! He seems more active everyday with feet, hands, elbows or whatever sticking out as if he's waving at us. The most gorgeous feeling are the wriggles he does when he can hear his big brothers laughing around him, it melts my heart. It's as if he's becoming excited to see and play with them. The waiting game continues....! 🤰⏳🤗
I can’t think of a better way to spend a Saturday morning (obv. things have changed)
Combining work-related reading, cuddling with our fur-baby, and satisfying my nesting instinct with this incredibly beautiful and informative book.
This book is a must-have for all moms-to-be IMHO. It is full of great advice for nourishing yourself and simultaneously your baby and relationships with your partner and family.
I love the traditionally inspired recipes that focus on warming and nourishing Mom with broths, root vegetables, congees, and tea infusions.
Moms-to-be don’t wait till baby arrives. Get started with this book now! It’s full of so much valuable information. It’s worth starting early!
I put us on a budget and meal plan this week. This pregnancy has ruined my everyday cooking and I need to get back into the swing of things! The boys devoured the food and homemade salsa. Who here meal plans?! I'm even starting to double up on meals so I have back up meals when this babe comes and I don't have time to cook healthy meals.
Proverbs gleaned from Stony Point adventure after a sleepless night. (Interpret as you will - especially the one about the lizard! 😅): ● The way that appears easiest at first, in the end, may not be so.
● A lizard will never accept that you want to be its friend.
● Do not worry about how you will come back down as you climb towards your goal.
● With every peak you summit, a loftier goal will likely present itself. So, perhaps, you may never come down. And if you must, the way shall present itself when the time is right.
● If you start with gratitude, you never know how far you may climb. Indeed, you are limitless. Focus on what you have, and use it. ● If you find peace above the fray, then by all means, rise above the fray. ● If you're dog doesn't think it is a good way down, it probably isn't.