We’ve got this. We’re building a family. Let’s do it – together!
Hey baby. It’s the last day of 2020 and I just wanted to write a little note to you. We, at this stage, have just a few weeks to go until we meet you. definitely gonna cry while I write this.
I was doing so well. It’s only a few weeks to go and I was in such a good place. And then tonight I lost it … I broke.
Talking about pregnancy books, dealing with parents, moments of excitement, while still coping with sickness. This is week 13!
All the feels in week 11 of my journal, realising my limitations and how hard growing a baby can be.
Someone asked me what I’m looking forward to after my pregnancy, and it really got me thinking. Some of it isn’t the typical stuff and some of it really surprised me as to what I miss. It’s often the simple things we take for granted.
Pregnancy gifts, being told when to tell other people about the pregnancy, and generally feeling pretty shitty. This was week 10.
Want some advice?
Jokes! No one ever asks before providing their thoughts, comments or suggestions. They simply start to dish it out.
At 8 weeks and 3 days, I had the best day I’d had in weeks. Still nauseous. Still throwing up every morning but so much better and just felt like myself again.
A poem that came from a writing exercise and ended up reflecting my pregnancy journey.