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My birth story: The day before… My birth story starts the day before I gave birth to my son. It was like most other days in the last week or so of my pregnancy. What I mean by that is I woke up, left hip hurting, still feeling stretched to my limit, and very uncomfortable. Of course I loved certain aspects of being pregnant like feeling my baby move and grow inside of me, but the last month is usually the hardest.  I checked my phone to see if I missed a call or message from Jason (hubby). He was in AIT at the time over a thousand miles away! I was still pretty upset that he wouldn’t make it back in time for the birth of our son, but my mom was staying with me for a while so that made me feel a little better. At this point


First, let me drop the balloons and say congratulations on your new addition! Being pregnant is so exciting and I’m so glad you decided to stop by so I can tell you all about Amazon’s Baby Registry. A new baby needs a lot of love, attention, and stuff… let’s be honest here! That’s why you want to register with a well-known company that your friends and family will feel safe buying from. Ecocentric Mom Gift Subscriptions – Choose from Pregnancy through Toddler or Just for Mom I personally love Amazon and order from there quite frequently. I just wish I knew about their baby registry when I was pregnant. There are a lot of people out there who don’t know about this. Some of my friends felt the same way I did once finding out about this particular registry post-pregnancy. Why have a baby shower? I’ll give you 3 GOOD


Third Trimester Must-Haves Having a baby is truly an amazing time in your life. You’re excited, nervous, anxious and if you in the last trimester probably just ready for the baby to come out already. Trust me I know! During the ninth month of pregnancy with my second child I started walking every day to try and speed up the process (naturally of course). Yes, pregnancy is a beautiful experience (blah blah blah) we’ve all heard about the joys but honestly, it can be really hard on your body and your mind. If you are anything like me by month 9 you’re having a real conversation with your unborn baby that might sound a little like this: “Hey, mommy loves you but you’re fully developed now and I can’t breathe.” or “For the love of God, please don’t rip me on your way out”…. Ok, that one was a bit

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