Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Bump Update

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I am going to have a baby--like, for real. That's all I can think about today after my appointment. It got pretty real after Forrest and I went to the child birth/info session at the hospital a few weekends ago but after today, it got real in my mind. I mean, I've known for 37 weeks that I was going to have a baby but it doesn't seem real. I know I'm getting gigantic and am unable to put on my shoes on and have a beautiful pink room full of baby things, but it hasn't really hit me until today--I'm going to be a MOM and soon!

Total Weight Gain: Exactly 40 lbs. Holy cow. I've actually not been as hungry lately which makes me think that she is pretty much done growing in there. 

Gender: GIRL!! 

Maternity Clothes? Thank goodness for sweet friends. Cynthia had her baby last month and one afternoon I came home to several maternity dresses hanging on the porch for me from her. I was running out of appropriate work clothes and she really saved the day!

Stretch Marks? None. Thank goodness.

Sleep: When I am asleep I sleep so deeply. I do have to get up and use the bathroom multiple (like 5 or more) times a night but after each trip I chug down some more water because I'm usually dying of thirst. I think I sleep so well because I'm exhausted just from living. Carrying myself around is difficult and tiring so I think that helps to put me to sleep. Also I've noticed the animals are acting weird. Brownie is sleeping on my pillow with me like a cat toboggan and I keep waking up to find Sonny laying next to my bed. Maybe they know something I don't?

Movement: Home girl is still moving away. She loves to dance to music! I judged a pageant on Sunday and she was breaking it down during the entire talent portion. That's probably why I had to stop the pageant to make a bathroom run after talent was over!

Food Cravings: I don't know if it was because of Valentines and the over abundance of sweets but I have really wanted sweet treats lately, including fruit. 

Food Aversions: None really!

Symptoms: I think I'm a typical 3rd trimester mama at this point. It's so hard to move--turning over, bending down, sitting on the floor---all these things are SO hard that sometimes they just aren't worth it. My back hurts a lot, especially at work. It's super hard to get comfortable in any position other than standing and standing hurts too! The fact that it's freezing outside this week isn't that huge of a deal because I've pretty much been curled up in bed or at work. I'm still pretty congested and have to sleep with the humidifier on so I don't have to wake up sniffling all night long. I've also gotten acid reflux--ick--and the joints in my hands hurt when I wake up in the morning. Why even is that? I'm still swelling in my hands and feet and have decided it's just not worth trying to put my boots on or even socks, so I'm always cold because I have on flats with no socks. 

Belly Button In or Out? It's so weird--I'm ready for it to be back to normal

Wedding Rings On or Off? Still off. I can get them on some days but it isn't worth it because I worry they will have to get cut off. 

Miss Anything? Being comfortable. When I have to go somewhere I think about their chairs and how best to sit. Who does that???!!! I sit at my desk with an extra chair to prop my feet up on so they don't swell all day long. I'm doing a great job of combating symptoms but it all gets a little exhausting. Thankfully my husband has been a major help and has taken up a lot of my slack around the house. 
Without him we'd definitely be living in a pig sty and would be living off of Valentines candy!

Best Moment This Week: I had a doctor's appointment today and everything looked great! Apparently baby girl is locked and loaded--and much progress towards delivery has been made! The doctor told me that she could have a February birthday and that's when it got real. I don't have the car seat in the car, I need one more piece of furniture in her bedroom, we have things to hang and paint, I haven't even ordered the pictures for her walls yet. I know that these things don't matter (except the car seat) but I know once she comes it will be much harder to complete these tasks so I'm in a mad dash from here on out!

Looking Forward To: Being a mom! It's totally scary but I'm so excited to meet my little angel. She will be here before I know it! All of this exhaustion and uncomfortable-ness has been for her so I  would like to see the fruits of my labors (literally). I'm also excited to see Forrest as a dad--I know he is going to be amazing! 
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Thursday, February 5, 2015

It's a Baby Shower!

Did you say that in Franc's voice from Father of the Bride Part 2? I can't help but think that every time I go to one. This weekend some of my best girl friends threw me the MOST beautiful shower for my little lady. I thought that I might never feel as loved as I did when I walked into my surprise 30th birthday, but I was wrong. There is nothing like the feeling of walking into a room where everyone is there just for you because they already love your unborn child (and have brought her tons of tiny pink gifts). I teared up as soon as I walked in the door but quickly decided it wasn't going to be that kind of a day. It was going to be a squealing, hugging, laughing kind of a day! Jenny was an absolute saint to host the part at her house and the girls went to so much trouble just for me! I didn't want to sit and open gifts the entire time so I got to mingle and socialize with my guests. The best part was watching as a new friend came through the door. There were friends there from all phases of my life, from preschool on up through my college sorority days and now my grown up working girl days. So many people took time out of their days or drove long distances just to honor my little one. Here are some pics snapped from the day!

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Beautiful food table and flowers. Perfectly pink!

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I loved this antique pram. One of the coolest parts of the showers was that guests were asked to bring a book with a note to the baby instead of a card. I can't wait to read her the messages from her well wishes each time we start to read a book. How special!

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Some of the amazing gifts for little lady! I didn't open them myself and since I was chatting the whole time I really didn't get to see many of them. My mom helped me pack up the car and unload it at home (Forrest was en route from Colorado--he went on one last ski trip with the guys). I know that I will hold the evening that Forrest and I spent unpacking her presents and marveling at her tiny things in my heart forever. It was such a sweet moment for us.

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Loved these amazing monogrammed goodies from Jenny. She owns Blossom Blanks, a "blanks" distributor, and I am reaping the benefits of all the sweet things she sells!!

The shower was not only an amazing party full of laughter and hugs, it was kind of a signal that the baby is really on her way. It also was a fun milestone for myself. I loved sharing the day with my mom and closet friends. Just like a bridal shower gets you set up to start your new life as a married woman, a baby shower gets you ready to start your new life as a mommy. I tried to cherish and remember every moment. I hope my little one is blessed with friends as wonderful as mine! Thanks again girls for a magical day! (Jenny, Farrah, Kelly, Kelli, Brittney, Lauren, Deborah, Randi, Julie, Mamatha, Kendall, Denise, Claire, and Claire!)

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Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Bump Update

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Here we are on the way to the 9 o clock dancing club. Baby girl loves a party!

Of course I'm late on this post--my appointment was Friday and here it is Tuesday. I guess I better get used to being behind! Here are Friday's stats:
Total Weight Gain: 37 lbs!!! Yes, I gained 7 lbs in 2 weeks (more like 18 days but still). The majority of that is swelling though, thank goodness. I can't believe I have put on nearly 40 lbs and I really can't believe I'm telling everyone about it. 

Gender: GIRL!! 

Maternity Clothes? Exclusively, well or Forrest's clothes

Stretch Marks? None. 

Sleep: I still think I sleep pretty well minus the few bathroom trips and the effort it takes to roll over. 

Movement: I'm still feeling her a lot and I'm glad. I know they can get squished in there and not move much toward the end and that will make me nervous so I'm happy that she is still rolling around.

Food Cravings: Bring on the food...

Food Aversions: None really!

Symptoms: For a while now I've been dealing with nasal congestion at night--who knew that was a prego thing! I sleep with a humidifier and that seems to help. Also my old friend heart burn is back from the first trimester and he is not welcome. I have also started to get really tired at the end of the day and I'm having cramping in my lower back and belly which I supposed are little practice contractions. The dr says all that is normal so woohoo. 

Belly Button In or Out? I don't even think this counts as a belly button any more...

Wedding Rings On or Off? OFF!! I started to swell right after my last post and I haven't stopped. My hands and feet are thankfully small to begin with so I don't look like a giant puffy person, but I can't get  my rings on well and my shoes are SO tight! I'm definitely not a fan of this swelling business. 

Miss Anything? Along with everything I listed in the last post, I"m missing my energy and the ability to wear my rings and shoes. What am I supposed to wear to court in the upcoming weeks? I can hardly wear my flats! I guess I will have to squeeze my feet in my shoes and hope for the best...

Best Moment This Week: Getting to see her! I had a surprise ultrasound at my appointment because despite gaining 7 lbs, my belly was measuring small. Of course our little one was totally fine--measured ahead even! She is right at 5lbs! I didn't get a good look at her face because she was covering it but I was so pleased to see her progress and to know that she should be safe if she decided to come early. I hope she says in several more weeks though!

Looking Forward To: Showers! I cannot wait to start getting all of her little things and organizing her nursery!! Nothing is cuter than tiny baby items!! (Of course my first shower was actually before the posting of this and it was FAB--details to come!)

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Tuesday, January 20, 2015

It's a New Year

I know it's nearly February but I don't think I've issued a Bailey Dailies Happy New Year!! Wow what a difference 365 days makes! Of course we are gearing up for the arrival of our little one this year but we are also looking forward to the birth of several other babies (our little's bffs!), some weddings, possible engagements, and hopefully more fun trips! In Bailey style, we were on the road this New Years. We  spent NYE celebrating Kristen's 30th birthday but then were up and at 'em SUPER early on NYD to road trip it to NOLA for the Sugar Bowl. Yes, friends, I hopped on a 5 hour bus ride at 30 weeks pregnant. I must admit that I haven't exactly let pregnancy slow me down much in the football game department. I've sat through scorchers, freezers, and heart wrenchers this season with my fellow non-pregnant friends and did just fine. That's what true fans do! It might not be as easy to get to the games next season so I figured while I felt good and wasn't having any difficulties, why not? I applied that same logic when a friend offered us face value tickets to the Sugar Bowl, aka the playoff round of the new College Football Playoffs, to see Bama play Ohio State. May as well, right? The only hiccup was that Forrest absolutely had to work the day after so we would need to get to the game and back pretty quickly. Usually I could handle driving us home late at night but I didn't want to commit myself with baby on board. Enter the bus. I found a company that was driving fans to the game the day of and driving right back afterwards. Perfect. Ideal, no, but our only option if we wanted to be back in time for Forrest to start slinging teeth. The bus ride was actually fine and the company, Champions Charter, was top notch. The guys in charge kept coming to check on me (probably wise, you don't want a prego to go into labor on your bus) and pretty much were ready to offer any accommodation I might need.

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All aboard the football express!

We were in NOLA by about 2:30pm and we immediately hit Bourbon Street. Yes, I've been to Vegas, Cancun, and Bourbon Street while pregnant.
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I've been to New Orleans with Forrest several times but this has been the only time I was pregnant.

We met up with some of our college friends and went to Tableau, a Dickie Brennan's restaurant for what was a most amazing lunch.

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Shrimp n Grits with the heads--no problem for this prego!

 Then it was off to the Super Dome via pedi cab! It was truly terrifying but much better than walking, plus it was FREE so it was even better than a regular taxi.

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It really was mayhem....

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 Sadly, the team could not pull it out. Somehow I maintained my composure and was pretty calm the entire time (maybe because I was pretty tired--it had been a long day and the game was over so late). I hate that we couldn't win and advance to the championship but I guess that's what the playoffs are for.  photo 06294C0F-ABAF-4EB2-9F0F-7253BBFBA9F2_zpscywf8qmh.jpg

The Ohio State band may can spell OHIO in 2 different fonts, but our band can make an elephant and then make it march down the field...

 Regardless, Forrest and I had a great time and have no regrets about going. It was officially our last little trip together before the baby comes (unless we throw one together but I think we are out of time for that).
Of course, the bus did not leave on time. One guy's wife was missing (why would you leave your wife if she is as bad at directions as you claim) and one totally rude guy just didn't show back up and we nearly left him (I would have voted to leave his selfish self LONG before we actually did--if my waddling body can make it back to the bus in the rain after a loss on time, so can you!). Forrest luckily slept most of the way home and I did a little bit, but someone had to make sure the bus driver was alert so I stayed up most of the time. I got to sleep all day on Friday while Forrest worked so I wasn't too concerned. My feet did swell up enormously from sitting on the bus that long but over all, it was quite the little adventure and we thoroughly enjoyed it.
Until next season Bama! ROLL TIDE!!
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Monday, January 19, 2015

Bump Update

What a busy and fun weeks we have been having! Every day brings us closer and closer to meeting our little one. I've been going to yoga once or twice a week and have started walking outside again now that it's not 9 degrees anymore in efforts to get into some sort of baby delivery shape. Otherwise, we are pretty much just doing the same old things!
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Case in point, birthday dinner in Birmingham with these lovely ladies (and their husbands). Thanks for a great night! Here is an update from my last appointment at 32 weeks. I kind of look squinty and my face looks full in this pic....

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 My 32 week belly!

Total Weight Gain: 30 lbs!!! And I still have so long to go. I may not be able to walk by the end!

Gender: GIRL!! 

Maternity Clothes? Oh yes---there isn't much point in trying to squeeze into anything but maternity clothes at this point. 

Stretch Marks? None. Someone told me if I didn't have them by now I wouldn't get them. They are genetic anyway and since my mom and grandmother didn't have them I'm hoping I'm in the clear. 

Sleep: I have to wake up to physically lift my belly when I turn over in bed and I make 1 bathroom trip, sometimes 2, but I always fall right back to sleep. Sometimes in the mornings I will wake up with a mind full of things that I need to do but at this point, I"m thinking my sleep is pretty good. 

Movement: My little wiggle worm is still as active as ever. She has recently found my ribs! She also likes to poke what I think is her bottom up under my belly button so I look like a cone sometimes. 

Food Cravings: I still want to eat anything--I'm not picky. I have recently been wanting red wine and margaritas--only a few weeks left!

Food Aversions: Not so much, but I have found that I'm not as excited about red meat like steak as I used to be. That's not a bad thing with my high cholesterol, but I had slightly low iron at my last appointment so the meat might help with that. I'm just taking iron pills instead. 

Symptoms: A weird one that I have forgotten to mention the entire time is that I can no longer wear big necklaces--they really pull my neck and give me a head ache. I can't figure out why that is---maybe because my body is carrying so much extra stuff it just doesn't want to deal with anything superfluous? 

Belly Button In or Out? Pretty much flat and/or poking out. Depends on where she is.

Wedding Rings On or Off? On, although I have noticed on occasion that they are a little tough to get off. I'm not entirely sure that the reason isn't the weather though. My feet aren't swelling either thank goodness.  They will get puffy on occasion but that's more like after a long day at work in heels, not so much baby related.

Miss Anything? At this point in the game, I'm missing a lot. Red wine, margaritas, my regular clothes, being able to put my socks on by myself, being able to pick stuff up off the floor (if I drop anything now I just leave it--it's not worth the journey to the floor and back), running, being able to really hug Forrest (I can't get that close to him anymore--we have something between us now).  I know that in just a few short weeks I'll get it all back and then some. Sometimes I catch myself planning for the future with my baby AND my belly. For example we were setting up the crib and I loved the highest setting because I didn't have to bend into the crib and I was saying how hard bending over to get her would be since my belly was so big. Then I remembered--my belly won't be so big then! I also was stressing over what in the world I was going to be able to wear to a wedding in June--probably something from my closet since baby will be on the outside WAY before then, but my mind wanted me to plan an outfit with a belly in mind. It's almost time to switch gears! 

Best Moment This Week: Registering at 2 local baby boutiques. I have to admit I went slightly nuts. If it was pink, I threw it in my stash!!

Looking Forward To: Getting the nursery ready and stocked. Most of her nursery decor is either ordered or in the process of being made and we will start having showers the beginning of next month so the room will be stocked and ready. I've gotten a few things off of our amazon registry delivered to the house already and THAT makes for a fun surprise!! 

People keep asking me if I'm getting nervous about her coming and I have to admit I'm really not. I'm just so busy with work and then getting things ready for her nursery that I haven't had much time to worry about it. She will come when she comes and I have a great doctor who is in charge of the delivery process so I'm trying not to think about it. My type A, list loving self is just focusing on what I can control--setting up the nursery, packing my hospital bag, making a plan for when either labor starts or I go in to have her. I still don't think my mind fully grasps what's about to happen though!!
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Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Tour of Homes

How do I get myself into these situations? Oh, it's because I don't like to say no to anything--that's right. So this year my house was featured on the Women's Club tour of homes. That means is that hundreds of people were going to parade through my house to look at the decor and Christmas decorations. Oh yeah and I was also in my 3rd trimester of growing a baby at the time--no biggie. Lucky for me it turned out to be truly "no biggie" because my sweet Aunt Fran took over and did just about everything, nearly killing herself in the process. Honestly I couldn't be that much help because there was so much lifting and standing on chairs and other feats of strength involved that a prego just isn't supposed to do. I actually sat on the couch watching the SEC championship while she and my mom put the finishing touches on everything--that's how much of a slacker I am. I am forever indebted to her, especially since I haven't quite finished with her (the nursery is her next project and I've called her every day for a week about it...sorry Aunt Fran I love you! My house looked absolutely lovely and I was so proud that we were able to be a part of the tour that raises so much money for many worthy causes! Here are so photos:

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Entry way
Half moon bench topped with pillows. I loved the zebra one tied like a present. The stripe was custom done to match some cushions further down the foyer. The framed photos were purchased from a lady who was selling her house and moving to Mexico. They are of St. Tropez (I'm pretty sure).

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Love this part of the foyer! I got the glittery wreath at TJ Maxx! The nativity is Aunt Frans. Notice the ghost chair at the far right with the matching custom cushion to the pillow on the moon bench.

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I've always loved this ledge over my sink. We just added the greenery and the ornaments and we changed out the usual green candles with red ones. The red looked great with my green and white wallpaper back splash (which is much less commitment than tile--I just change it when I get over it!)

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Butlers pantry set up like a serving buffet. I've got tons of Christmas dessert plates and I like to display them even when I'm not using them. I also got the cute present drink dispenser for $5 at TJ Maxx because it was missing a lid, so I just stuck these candy canes in it and I thought it was precious!

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I hate this picture is dark but I had to show it anyway. We simply tied bows on the light fixture and then made the table look like a present with some amazing ribbon. The centerpiece was just a cupcake stand complete with real cupcakes and then I had my Mandy Bagwell teapot and cream and saucer displayed next to it. Aunt Fran also let me borrow these cute candle sticks that you fill with things, so I filled them with holiday M&Ms!

The table was my great Aunt Ro's and I just painted it with chalk paint. The chairs were from a salvage store that I've recovered to match each house they have been in.

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LOVE the mantle (actually love it so much it still looks like this). I had the purple and silver strand of ornaments so we just umphed it up with greenery and some extra ornaments. The vase was a present from Aunt Fran one year and I found the lanterns at World Market. The silver candle sticks were actually lamps but we dropped one of the glass globe shades. I just slapped these candles on top until we are able to find a suitable shade, but I think they look great!

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This is our living room. The gray chairs and white couch and the pillows on the couch are from Harmony Landing in Birmingham. The rug was a World Market steal.

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LOVE the mantle! Aunt Fran and sweet Mrs. Geri worked on that thing for hours!! I have yet to take it down....

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Sweet little sitting room. I liked being able to use my blue decorations from the old house.

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My FAVORITE room!! Forrest's table looked amazing in the candlelight. Mrs. Geri hand made the live carnation balls and we set them on top of my glass vases full of water pearls. The able was scattered with little rhinestones. The drapery was finished just in time and I thought they really punched up the gray and white print wall paper. The light fixture is one of a kind, hand made by our friend Chip.

Hope you enjoyed this quick tour of our home during the holidays!!! What were your favorite parts about it???
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Bump Update

The updates are coming faster and faster now that I'm going to the doctor every 2 weeks! Here are some stats!

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Here we are on the way to the Bal d' Or debutante ball at 28 weeks. I'm 31 today.

Total Weight Gain: 28 lbs!!! That is almost mind boggling to me. Plus I have so many more weeks to go! How much weight can this body hold? I guess we shall see!

Gender: GIRL!! 

Maternity Clothes? Oh yes, got my 2nd shipment from Old Navy this week actually. I also ordered some cute dresses from A Pea in the Pod for my showers! (Whoop for showers!)

Stretch Marks? None so far thank goodness but I do have that super attractive line down my belly (this goes away PRONTO right??)

Sleep: I'm still crashing at night. Sometimes I have a hard time going back to sleep when I wake up in the middle of the night because she decides it's time to play or I'm thinking of a million things to order for her nursery the next day. 

Movement: This is a girl that is always on the go, just like her mama! She has kicked her little heels into my side so many times that I have a sore spot and on occasion I've been known to yelp a little when she hits it. I'm just glad she is strong!! 

Food Cravings: Just let me eat---anything and everything. 

Food Aversions: Not so much

Symptoms: Nothing new to report. I do get extra tired some days but it's a physical tired, not like the 1st trimester tired. I'm thinking that's because I'm hauling around 28 extra lbs all day and night. I also have trouble getting up sometimes and one day I got stuck sitting on some stairs. I'm only going to get bigger so this is probably not going to get much better. 

Belly Button In or Out? I'd say 90% out? I'm still not over how weird the belly button thing is....

Wedding Rings On or Off? On--and for now I can still wear all of my shoes (my number 1 fear is not being able to fit into my 5 1/2 shoes--I've amassed such a collection)

Miss Anything? Mainly my real clothes....and exercise. I've been thinking about running and yoga so much this past week and I am looking forward to getting back into my workout routine once she comes. That will help me get back into my regular clothes, which I sometimes find myself staring at. 

Best Moment This Week: Nursery shopping! FINALLY!! My mom and I met my Aunt Fran to select fabrics for her room and we bought a rug and got a chandelier. We also picked up a glider from the Baileys. Now we just have to get a few things ordered and a few more made and we will be set! Whew--it feels good to have those decisions behind us! 

Looking Forward To: Baby showers!!! I love a party and I especially love a party that involves me receiving gifts. I have the best friends and family who are throwing me shower and I can't wait to celebrate with them and see what all baby girl receives!

Ok--that's about it! I'll have another update next week after my appointment! (Which probably means the week after if we are taking my past history into account....)
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