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On June 30th our lives changed forever. That is the day that my role in life quickly switched gears. Ladies, my husband and I are expecting our first child and we are beyond thrilled. If you have followed me over the last few months you know that this has been my dream for a long time.

To my little one growing inside of me... The second I knew I was pregnant with you I became a different person. I have new titles. These include, protector, nourisher, and best of all a mother. I am proud to have such a loving partner and friend as my husband and even prouder to say that he is now the father of my child. You are very tiny but there exists a love for you that cannot be put into words. Over the next 9 months I will strive to make a perfect home for you. I will take care of you and love you. We can't wait to meet you but for now, I am beyond happy, emotional, and grateful to have you right where you belong - inside of me.

For all the women out there who encouraged me and offered kind words when I was feeling down, thank you. You have no idea what it has meant to me. Now, I would be honored if you would follow me along my newest journey - pregnancy to mommyhood.



Go to my blog to check out pics from the day we told my family.

http://babycravings.blogspot.com/

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