Here Comes Another One

Here Comes Another One

Hello blog! Wow it sure has been a while. I knew that it had been months since the last time I was here but finally, after re-surfacing back into the digital world, I was actually surprised to notice that my last post was on Mother’s Day. Time can really go fast without you even noticing it. But it’s also kind of fitting that this next post has a rather special connection to my last (and I seriously did not plan it this way. Honest.). Want to take a guess from the photo above? And nope that’s not a gigantic food baby that I’ve accumulated in my belly these past months (although there may be traces of pizza and other shameful takeouts stashed in there too from all of my weekend cravings). There’s a little person in there, and Lucas and I are going to be parents for the second time around!

I’m 26 weeks along and you would think that after being a little more than halfway there that the thought of having another one would have sunken in by now. But the exciting news is still as fresh on my mind as it was from the first test. And I have nothing but new baby (and Theo) on the brain around the clock 24/7, which could explain my lack of posts here and on Instagram. Also, nausea and migraines. LOTS of nausea and migraines, which have now thankfully subsided.

And is there such a thing as super early nesting? Because for weeks (practically since we found out) I’ve been obsessing over baby decor ideas, co-sleeping nooks and how to re-arrange Theo’s bedroom to eventually accommodate another little one. I’ve actually considered drafting my own blueprint for toddler/baby interior design already, even though the baby will be co-sleeping with us for six months or so. I’m happily mapping out the next 10 years of shared sibling living. It’s that serious! And with pregnancy insomnia now settling in nicely you can find me pinning (here) like a crazy woman after midnight about everything child-related. Pinterest has still maintained itself as a dreamland of inspiration and fantasy. And at the moment, I’m currently living somewhere in Scandinavia with my family in a cozy hygge-like cottage comprised of white-washed wood floors, mid-century furniture,  candles all around, hot cups of tea, soft natural light, organic linens and woven baskets of toys made only of wood and natural materials (no plastics in sight). Yep, that’s pretty much my world from the hours of 2 to 4am.

Being away from my blog this long I feel like there’s so much I want to say and ramble about in terms of being pregnant. I mean I can go on and on here! Like, for instance, have any fellow moms out there felt bigger during your second pregnancy, as in MASSIVELY HUGE? When I was eight weeks along, I was already showing an obvious bump and now at 26 weeks I feel like I’m nearing the end of my third trimester. I cannot even imagine this belly getting any bigger with more weeks to go. And yet at the same time, I DO want the weeks to go by slower because it seems like this pregnancy is just zooming right by. With Theo (our first born) it felt as though I had all the time in the world to plan and prepare for his arrival. It’s true that every pregnancy feels so unique in its own way, and I’d like to share more on that in another post + my thoughts on Theo upgrading from only child to big brother status. A lot of “feels” and profound emotions around this topic that I could literally cry on the spot whenever it crosses my mind.

Below we took some DIY maternity photos when the Fall weather still felt a lot like Summer. I was about 21 weeks here (now with a much bigger belly bump as you’ll soon see in upcoming posts). We also had a little pizza picnic too. Can you guess which of us decided on that idea? This hungry mama down here:

Theo’s jumper by boy+girl

(super soft and I’m currently looking for something like this in adult sizes!)

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