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I’m trying… Really, I am.  Its not often I feel cool enough to snap my own picture but today, I put 2 colors on that I love: Grey & Brown so I’m sharing a ‘What I Wore’ Post!  My grey Liz Lange Maternity Jeans honestly aren’t that comfortable and the adjustable buttons were digging into my hips all morning.  I lasted from 8:30am-12:30pm in my feel good outfit and now I’m currently posting in sweat pants and an old sorority t-shirt while the boys nap.  Yes, I am a real SAHM who loves my sweats & old t’s but will spare you a photo.  So let’s break it down:

This time of year, I’m all about:

Riding Boots

Over-Sized Sunglasses

Lace Tops

Hobo Bags

I’d love to continue wearing my hobo bags when #3 arrives – I think mine are big enough to carry the extra baby essentials so I’m going to give it a whirl but do me a favor, if over-sized sunglasses ever go out of style, just don’t tell me.  I LOVE THEM and refuse to give them up (just like leggings).  I think we still have time but I honestly don’t know how much time.

I’ve also been so excited to sport my riding boots again!  They are easy, comfortable and go with everything.  And as for jewelry?  I’m enjoying my long necklaces while I can.  Anything with a wooden bead or two always strikes my eye!  Plus, I know once #3 arrives, I’ll have to give them up for some time.  Rocco & Roman pulled on and broke at least 15 or so when they were babies; I learned my lesson.

That’s my maternity fashion for the week… The books say our little one is now the size of a BANANA and let me tell you, its been a little challenging dressing this banana!

Here’s to 20 more weeks baby; I CAN DO THIS!

xo

 

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