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Another post from the drafts. I've been going through all 39 draft posts I've had sitting out there. I used to treat that folder like a journal. And over the last year, there are so many things I wrote down, just to get out of my head, not sure I would ever share them. I think this is something I'd like to share now, now that Penny is coming up on 2 in a few months, and all of my worries back then have been quieted and turned to things like "will she ever stop snacking so much?" and "how is it possible she's already 2?" I wrote this when I was still pregnant, about a month

I first wrote this post when our firstborn was six weeks old, and then I updated it every once in awhile to say how those must-have items stood the test of time. Now that we are parents of two, I've revisited this list a few times and it's funny how back then, some of the things I originally had on my list seemed so necessary but now? Not so much. So, I've revamped this post - as of February 2016 - from the perspective of both a first-time mom, and a mom of more than one. Fair warning, this post is wordy, but I think I can pretty confidently say these are 10 items that will make

In case you missed the update about this pregnancy being considered high risk, you can read it here – What I haven’t said about my pregnancy. I’m going back to where I left off and doing bump progress shots, with more information about what we’ve learned along the way about our baby girl and her medical issue. All of these updates are written in the past tense because I ended up not catching up in time for our baby’s arrival! I want a record for myself, for my little girl and to help anyone else who may find themselves in a similar situation. March 27th - April 2nd How big is baby? Baby is the size of a

I stopped updating here on the blog about my pregnancy when I was nineteen weeks. Which may not have not seemed unusual given my spotty update history, but unlike things in the past, it was a purposeful move. During my twentieth week, we had our routine anatomy scan. It went really well and we came home knowing for certain we were having a little girl and that she seemed to be following in her brother's footsteps - healthy, on target. Not to mention those ultrasound pictures. Cutest baby there ever was (apart from Ezra, of course)! That weekend, I went away with my mom and sister for a girls' weekend - extra special at the time knowing

In case you missed the update about this pregnancy being considered high risk, you can read it here – What I haven’t said about my pregnancy. I’m going back to where I left off and doing bump progress shots, with more information about what we’ve learned along the way about our baby girl and her medical issue. All of these updates are written in the past tense because I ended up not catching up in time for our baby’s arrival! I want a record for myself, for my little girl and to help anyone else who may find themselves in a similar situation. March 20th - March 26th How big is baby? Baby is as big as a