Grace. The exercise of love, kindness, mercy, and favor. If you take anything from this post, let it be the very first words you read. Grace. Grace for your baby. Grace for your partner. Grace for your family. But most importantly – grace for yourself. The 4th trimester can be a really trying time.
For your viewing pleasure – it’s another vlog! Here I share some life updates from the past month, as well as some clips from our first few weeks with Mason Fox. I also answer the #1 question everyone asks when you have a newborn – how’s your sleep? Answer: better than expected… Hit play for
Why hello! Long time no see…time truly flies when life brings about a big change, and this has to be one of the biggest changes I’ve ever faced. If you haven’t heard (which wouldn’t be surprising as I went pretty m.i.a. across the blog and social media) – we officially welcomed a new member to
Welcome to October, a.k.a. baby month. We made it. Babyceetee is due this month, in the next couple of weeks to be exact and oh-em-gee I’m ready. I’m SO ready. While I’m excited to finally meet this little nugget and see what he looks like – I’m REALLY excited to have my body back to
Hi loves! Still coming at you from Dallas, but with a brand new VIDEO! Say whaaaaat?! I’m sharing a quick update on the baby bump as well as my experience during the 2nd trimester. Click below to watch now or scroll on by to read the highlights.
Well y’all it’s hard to believe, but I’ve officially reached the end of my 2nd trimester. It’s crazy how fast these 6 months have gone by and how I’m entering the home stretch. Compared to my first 3 months, these last 3 have been breezy. Dare I even say fun. I guess that’s why they
The time has finally come! The Baby CeeTee gender reveal is upon us. I’ve been holding this in for a few weeks now and it’s been really hard trying to not let it slip whether our little one is a he or she on social media. Though I left a tiny hint on my Instagram
Happy Belated Mother’s Day to all the mothers, grandmothers, mothers-in-law, surrogate mothers, adoptive mothers, and soon-to-be mothers. It surprises me that I now fall into that last category. Soon-to-be mom. Or mum as they say here in our neck of the woods. The thought is still very surreal to me. Someone is going to be
There’s a lot of mean talk when it comes to maternity clothes. They’re too expensive. They make me feel old. They’re so dull. They’re unflattering. And while this may be true for some, I’ve only just started dipping my toe in the maternity clothes section and can say that’s not true for all. (For starters,