I can’t help but love my husband…
And the baby we were somehow lucky to make.
13 Weeks 3 Days
YUMMY YUMMY YUMMY! With 7 individual flavors, you are bound to find at least one that you will love. Meant to help curb your nausea during pregnancy these lollie pops are amazing. My favorite? The sour raspberry. Though I’m not a huge fan of suckers, these are well worth the $3.95 a box. In one box you get 7 different suckers, all a decent size and the perfect shape to fit comfortably in your mouth. I timed the amount of time it would take for myself to finish one and it took 20 minutes. Now that’s something! And there’s no need to worry about contaminating your precious body and unborn, because these babies are all natural.
Ginger, Lavender, Sour Raspberry, Sour Tangerine, Spearmint, Peppermint, Sour LemonTweet
So there was one thing that I wanted to do a few weeks ago, and that was to make a giveaway. Why? Because my blogger/vlogger community has been so completely awesome. I reached 100 subscribers on my YouTube account a little while back and I promised to do a giveaway as a thank you. God knows I never thought more than a handful of people would actually care what was going on with me, especially people who didn’t know me. The outpour of support that the wordpress community, YouTube community, and Facebook community has shown me is sincerely outstanding and I wanted to show my gratitude. Continue readingTweet
I swear I feel like I’m the most boring person right now. Either I sound like a broken record, or nothing’s going on. Most of me is happy that nothing has changed, but I’m going to have to learn how to juggle or make balloon animals if I’m going to make videos that are somewhat interesting and worth watching…
If there is one thing that I was not expecting during this pregnancy, it was the sheer exhaustion that being pregnant WHILE having a toddler brings. I knew it would be hard. I did. I’m not stupid, or naive….but I did think that I could handle it while still maintaining a perfect house, life, and clothing style….O.K so maybe I was being naive. With Wyatt it was so different. I was active, I made fresh dinners every night, had the laundry always done and put away, and my house, well you could eat off the floors any day of the week! And I did all while looking beautiful, glowy, and stylishly dressed. The difference? Then I had a 5 year old who was in preschool half the day, and now I have a toddler who’s main job is to make messes and run the energy out of me, while still saving time for my now 7 year old.
I thought I could do it, but I can’t. My house is a mess, there are three loads of clean laundry still waiting to be put away 2 days later, and forget about fresh home cooked meals. I know I have an excuse, and I know that I need to realize that this too shall pass, but I’m starting to worry about what else I have committed myself to. My plan was to go back to school. Have my kids now, and my career later, that way I wouldn’t have to stop for maternity leave and so on. I could devote my time and energy to my kids when they need it the most, as babies, and as toddlers. That was the plan. Now I feel like I’m already stretched so thin that if I add I full course load of school on top of it, I will be doing exactly what I didn’t want to do, which was take time away from my kids.
It’s a hard thing to admit failure. And I’m having a hard time with it.