33 weeks

Things are going swimmingly and the nesting has begun. We've been gradually getting things set up in the little dude's room and I've been washing up tiny t-shirts and several pairs of Lo's old black and white Converse and Vans. Teeny tiny!
We were so smart to go unisex on a lot of the stuff we bought for her when she was a baby; I love that we have the chance to use it all again. Each time I pull a tiny pair of Vans out of a tiny shoebox, I can't help but let out a tiny squeal. They are so incredibly cute.
The holidays were fantastic and pretty chill, but this week was busy. After all of our family had come to visit, I had doc appointments, another ultrasound and had to pick up a rental car to drive around while my car was in the shop (after getting rear-ended) only to find out I have to take it back to get it fixed again next week. We got Lo a hamster for Christmas and we have discovered that (duh) it's nocturnal. The rest of the fam can sleep through its nightly activities and noisy wheel-running, but it's been driving me nuts and keeping me awake.
The little dude is now the size of a pineapple. Seriously. I can't stop drinking Ocean Spray cran-grape juice, can't stop eating sliced-up pears with peanut butter and I chew Tums like they're candy. I desperately want to fold things and organize things and put things away but at the same time, I know I should be spending these days resting up and enjoying the easy life. Soon enough, we're going to be shaking things up around here. I know what I'm in for (but it's still so hard to imagine.)


  1. SOMETIMES hamsters will adjust to your habits and become more diurnal. Sometimes. If you're lucky.

    Looking good!!

  2. You look great! The nursery is adorable (as are the shoes). Teeny baby stuff is the best!

  3. Baby stuff is so cute. Have a great week! xo, rv


  4. Hi, nice blog!
    I just discovered it, via Dos Visit.
    I'm also 33 weeks pregnant by the way!! :)
    Greetings from Holland!

  5. you are looking very cute in images... congratulations and take care.


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