27 Weeks - Pregnancy Style & Update

I have to admit, I am starting to feel pregnant. My skin is starting to stretch to the point that sitting weird or holding Connor makes it stretch even further causing discomfort. Also, I no longer enjoy unnecessary bending over, or having to get up from the floor for that matter. So, I moved the changing pad back into Connor's room and put it on his dresser. Its easier to hoist him up then for me to climb down to the floor to change him. And, sink baths have become my bath of choice for Connor. It is right at my level and I don't have to bend or lean. Perfect, if you ask me.

I passed my glucose test with flying colors. I was nervous because it seems like so many people fail, but I didn't have a problem. By the end of the test, I was buzzing and ready to run a marathon from all the sugar in my system, but it seems I am processing it like I should. Baby is not head down, but the doctor said it still has plenty of time to turn. And I am not concerned. Connor managed to turn head down just in the nick of time.

We still have yet to do anything to prepare for baby. But I am starting to get antsy, so I am thinking things will start coming together here shortly. First up, cleaning the rest of the non-baby related boxes out of the room. Then painting, bringing the crib over from my parents house, finding a dresser, decorating...

What I wore this week:

Shirt: Splendid
Shorts: Old Navy Maternity
Shoes: Reef

When I was pregnant with Connor, I remember someone telling me that any non-maternity clothes I wore while pregnant, I would never look at the same again. This shirt I am sporting, I actually wore to the hospital in labor with Connor. And I never looked at it the same. Wearing it when I wasn't pregnant made me feel fat. I mean, I could wear it at 41.5 weeks pregnant!

Shirt: Topshop Maternity
Gauchos: Old Navy Maternity
Shoes: Reef

Shirt: Forever 21 Maternity
Jeans: Old Navy Maternity
Shoes: Rainbows

Three things about this outfit: 
1) I actually started out wearing cute shoes, but by the time the picture was taken, I was back to my trusty and comfortable flip flops
2) This shirt is really billowy and hides my belly. I almost don't feel pregnant when I am wearing it. Maybe because it doesn't accentuate the bump?
3) If you look at these pictures closely, you will notice my belly button is just starting to pop out.


  1. You are such a cute pregnant girl!!

  2. The white top is very pretty and feminine... and I think flip flops work just fine with that outfit!

  3. I've said it before and I'll say it again, you are just the cutest preggo! I hope you don't mind the term 'prego'... Anyways, seriously, you always look glowing, your hair looks so gorgeous and you are somehow in such AMAZING shape! How do you do it?! I hope I look like you when/if I'm pregnant someday.

  4. You look so cute! And I love the flowy white top! :)


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