Did you notice the cute sticker on my belly? Well I'm actually kind of misusing it but I figured since I am 8 months, why not? The sticker is actually from a set of 13 fun stickers that are made to stick onto a onesie to record your babies first year of life month by month in photos. This genius idea is from a company called Picky Sticky.
I love this idea because you can stick it on any shirt or onesie that you already have. Babies seem to hover in one size or completely skip over another and with Picky Sticky stickers you don't have to guess what size to order or make each month in. You can just wait until your ready to take the picture and grab something out of your current stash of clothes to take your little one's photograph in. It is so easy and I can't wait until my new little girl is here to use them. Are you expecting or do you know someone who is expecting? If so, you can win a set of Picky Stickys at the bottom of this post.
Okay so let's talk about me for a minute. I am 8 months along now, yikes! I have lots to do and not a lot of time to do it. I think we have settled on a color for the nursery so we will try to have that painted by the end of the week. When that is done I can pull out all the baby clothes and wash them. The seasons with the girl's sizes will be a little off because Aubrey was born in March and Baby No Name will be born in September. Thankfully because we live in Florida we never really have a super cold season so I can use our warm weather clothes pretty much year round by adding a sweater or leggings/legwarmers. Once we have the baby's room done I will feel more prepared. Not that she will even sleep in her room until she is pretty much sleeping through the night but I don't want to have to worry about it once she is here.
Physically I am doing pretty good- just tired but aren't you suppose to be when you're eight months pregnant? The baby has also dropped down a lot too. On the fourth she was up really high. You could easily feel her butt on one side and her head on the other right below my boobs. The next morning I woke up and wondered where she went. My belly suddenly looked so low. Thankfully we had an ultrasound late that day so I got to actually see where she had gone. Her head is now down by my left hip instead of right under my left boob. The ultrasound went okay but because she was so low, how late I am in my pregnancy and my anterior placenta, we weren't able to get as good as pictures as I had hoped for. Oh well. Also speaking of anterior placentas- is there anyone out there that has had one and still successfully had a vaginal delivery. I'm getting kind of nervous about this. I'd like to avoid a c-section if at all possible.
A couple of baby pics
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