Sunday, October 16, 2016

Bloggy Brunch #41

Hey everyone! This post is almost bordering on a Bloggy Dinner instead of Brunch, but that's okay. The heart and soul of Bloggy Brunch is still there. This past week has been a busy one with family in town visiting. I'm slowly working on getting back into the groove of things. How are you spending your Sunday?


As I mentioned above, family was in town this week. As a result, I forgot to post my bump update on Friday so I'm going to share that at the end of today's post instead! I'll feature two posts next week in place of one.

Don't forget to join here for all of the fun that's coming up in our next Blogger PJ Party! We'll be discussing all things organization so that you're prepared for the holidays! There may even be a free printable in it for you...


Until then, link up your posts below and scroll to the bottom for the latest bump update!



Bump Update

Week? 22 weeks

Gender? boy

Size? Baby is the size of a guinea pig!

Movement? All the time!

Bump? Yep! I'm wondering when the first stranger will comment...

Maternity Clothes? Basically all the time. I can still wear some of my super stretchy items.

Stretch Marks? None so far!

Belly button in or out? Still in! The husband does enjoy teasing me about it though.

Cravings? Still loving Dr. Pepper and chocolate.

Symptoms? Lots of upper back pain this week.

Mood? Mostly happy. It was hard saying goodbye to family today after a week of visiting.

What are you missing? Being near family (Yes, that's technically military life related and not baby related. However, pregnancy makes me miss them more.)

Highlight of the week? My parents came to visit and brought lots of hand me downs from my sister for the baby. We're good on clothes for a long time! My dad helped with lots of projects around the house (super thankful for) and my mom helped me with other projects. We also started our baby registry this week.

Looking forward to? Having my precious furbaby around again. That's right - Ella has moved back in with me. I'll be sharing more on that story in my weekly newsletter.

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