My wardrobe has been a bit of an issue as of late. I’m four months post partum and most of my pants don’t fit the way they used to. And I’ve come to terms with the fact they may never fit the way I want them to again. My body has carried four children and that’s pretty amazing. If I need to dress accordingly, no biggie!
I probably do 90% of my shopping online. It wasn’t always that way, but with Amazon Prime’s two-day shipping and free shipping with Target if you hold a Red Card, it’s hard for me to not take advantage of it. With four kids, it’s no easy feat shopping in store.
You guys. Please accept my apologies for making this announcement here on the blog 11 days after baby #4 was born. I’m just now starting to get my act together. I wanted to introduce you to our little miracle, Crosby Riley.
The most ironic thing about pregnancy is that you develop mommy brain, yet this time in your life brings a host of things to remember. Thankfully, the books and apps are there to remind you what not to eat, how many calories to intake, what symptoms you may be feeling and how important it is to take a prenatal vitamin.
I never thought I’d need a FOURTH registry, but I donated almost all of my baby items two weeks before I found out I was pregnant. Through the years, my registries have gotten shorter, but more efficient. Here are five tips to keep in mind.
If you’ve read some of my most recent blog posts, you’ll see that my husband and I are finding more ways to save money as we wait for the birth of our fourth child. It’s been really great to see how some small changes can have such an impact on our bank account.
No matter how hard we may try to prevent it, our kids will still get sick. We are on week number four of some cold that’s going around in our house. ? It seems to have gotten each one of my kids, including me. While expected during the winter months, us moms still need to be prepared.
I’ve never been too busy to notice a pregnancy. I’ve always been very in tune with my body and new almost right away. Not this time. Someone call the TLC Network and tell them you know someone who’d be great for their show “I Didn’t Know I Was Pregnant.”