Are you still preggers? The best advice I can give to you is to just trust your "mommy instincts". You will have family, friends, and doctors tell you "how" or "why" you should/should not do something. No mother is perfect but I believe that we all do what's in the best interest of our kids. Don't ever doubt yourself...just enjoy the rollercoaster of motherhood. Because it's definitely a bumpy ride! :)
Thanks Moriah!! I'm expecting my little man in August and look forward to hearing all about your little one! Love the blog! I'm working to get mine in full force. If you're interested, check it out! thebeamerbuzz.blogspot.com
Beautiful pictures and beautiful blog! I am following you, and I pray that the rest of your pregnancy goes smoothly! Check back to my blog often to get lots of tips for living your best life! Nice to meet you!
Thanks for your comment Moriah! And congrats on your upcoming arrival! I too would love some followers on my new blog, since I do not know many other bloggers. I am new at this, ya know? I will follow your blog as well, and am delighted to meet fellow bloggers! Thanks! :)
Thanks for welcoming me! Congratulations on the pregnancy! He'll be here before you know. When I was pregnant I learned that all advice should be taken lightly. You will definitely still be you once he's here... only better! Being pregnant is an awesome experience but it's nothing compared to what you'll be experiencing soon. Mine is almost a year and it flew by so cherish every sleepless night! I'm gonna go check out your blog! Nice to meet you!
Congratulations! Pregnancy is so exciting...I loved being pregnant. I had PUPP too with my first, but it's all a distant memory now. Thanks for following my blog...I love the premise of your blog for your son. It's amazing how they start to take on a life of their own. I'm a follower of Josiah's Nest now!
I became the mother at the age of 20. The feeling I got is inexpressible. I was not prepared to take this responsibility. I was unemployed. My mother died when I was very young. I had to struggle a lot to earn a livelihood. It was a very struggling era of my time. I cried when I…