Now let me start this off by saying that birthing a baby is no joke. Anything and everything that comes with it is unexpected. There is no guarantee how things will go. You think you’re going to have a medicated birth, WRONG. YOU’RE NOT. You think you’re going to have a natural birth, WRONG. YOU’RE NOT! You think you’re just going with the flow of giving birth vaginally, WRONG. YOU’RE NOT.
I’m finally 37 weeks and I can see the light at the end of the tunnel. The pregnancy finish line is creeping up on me. I feel like this was the fastest pregnancy I’ve ever had and I’m not sure I’m 100% ready for it to end. I say this every time I’m about to have a baby but the miracle of pregnancy and knowing that you are growing an actual human being that could potentially change the world one day just blows my mind. It’s so something I’m so proud and scared of at the same time.
I can’t believe we are nearing the end!!!! I’m going to be a mom of THREE!!!! Holy crap, it’s making me nervous just thinking about three kids. We finally got two down and now we’re adding a new one to the bunch. #3kids3andunder! What doesn’t kill you only makes you stronger, right!? We’ve had an eventful last month together. A California trip (if you didn’t watch our video you can watch it here), a boys camping trip, and getting baby stuff all set and ready for him! Oh, and while the boys were gone I got to rest and hit up the casino! A mothers dream!
First and foremost, it’s very important I bring this to everyone attention!! Today is National Ice Cream Day! That is all! I can’t believe we’re coming into the tail end of this pregnancy. The thought of actually having a newborn all over again is getting me excited/extremely scared. I don’t know how I’m going to handle the newborn stage again with now two little ones. Three kids three and under!
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It’s crazy to think this pregnancy is coming to an end! The 10 week countdown has begun! I was talking to Ethan a few nights ago telling him I’m going through the nostalgic part of pregnancy. I went through this with Knox