Tag: mommy to be

10 things to do during ‘Baby Month’

It’s finally September, which means it’s baby month! I found out I was pregnant in January, so I pretty much feel like I’ve been pregnant for an entire year, ha! I shared a photo on Instagram yesterday stating a very interesting fact. The average month has 30 days, except for the last month…

 

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What Do I REALLY Need at the Hospital?

If you’re expecting, you’ve probably scrolled through Instagram or Pinterest and found bloggers and influencers chatting about their hospital bags. “Oh my gosh! That’s so smart… I better add that to the bag.” Newsflash: a lot of that stuff you DON’T actually need. In fact, many bloggers are getting paid for their posts…

 

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5 Reasons Why Waiting to Find Out the Gender is Worth It!

Our family is getting ready to welcome baby #4 to the circus and for the fourth time we will be completely surprised by the gender when he or she makes their grand entrance in September. There are very mixed feelings (and some very strong opinions) about finding out the gender of the baby…

 

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When are you due?

This week I had another routine doctor’s appointment. One I thought would result in an ultrasound and reveal a little more about our new baby. We aren’t finding out the gender so this appointment wasn’t a huge deal. I’ve written blog posts during all of my pregnancies pointing out the glaring differences from…

 

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Monday-ist of Mondays

Yesterday started off as the Monday-ist of Mondays. 3-year old’s feet asleep as┬áhe woke up. Lay him down on his “B” (blanket). Drag him to living room Alaskan Dog Sled style. Out of chocolate syrup = no chocolate milk = WWIII. Coffee brewed without my son’s supervision = WWIV. Make 3 different breakfasts….

 

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The Baby Name Game

Naming a child ain’t easy. There are so many ridiculous things to take into consideration. To name a few: Does the name rhyme with fart, fat, whale, skunk, pig, or anything else the kids will pick up on the playground. Are you okay with the nickname? Growing up Shanisty, I was called Shan…

 

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