Three week update

Amalia is three weeks old! She’s still doing great! She is starting to outgrow some of her newborn clothes. It depends on the brand, but I’ve noticed that her footless sleepers are getting short and my all time favorite tank top onsie is getting snug – insert cry face emoji here. Her hair is still […]

Two week update

Amalia is now two weeks old! She is starting to fill out more and has moved into newborn size onsies and sleepers – she was already in NB pants. Her cord stump fell off on 6/16 and she had her first run bath that evening. I was changing her in the morning and noticed it […]

One week update

Amalia is one week old guys! I can’t believe it’s already been a week. Why does time have to go so fast? Amalia is doing great. She had her checkup today and is back at birth weight which is great. She has been having a touch of reflux. I don’t even know if I’d call […]

Amalia’s birth story

This post probably contains some TMI in it -as it’s a birth story – so if you’re not into that, I’d stop right here. I never did get a weekly bumpdate posted for 37 weeks as I was waiting to have my doctors appointment. I had been pretty miserable the couple days prior to my […]

Bump day week 35

Just a few weeks left to go!! This week has been about the same, just a couple new things have popped up symptom wise. I’ve been waking in the night consistently around 1am to go pee. It’s super annoying because I usually wake around then with my insomnia, but now I have to get myself […]

Bump day week 5

Today marks pregnancy week 5! Baby is now the size of a sesame seed. So far so good this week. I have been testing almost every other day and yesterday the test line was way darker. So dark that it had to pull tons of color from the control line which is now getting less […]

Cycle3 TTC3 CD30

This cycle has been a series of unfortunate events. I really felt like everything was against us and it was all a bunch of signs telling us not this time.  First, we only BD once very early in the window. Once. That alone had me giving up all hope. Next, I thought I had a […]