15 responses

  1. Erica {Erica@EricaDHouse.com}
    September 7, 2015

    I wish I could go to Disney for a day! Such a great distraction. I’m actually due today, but feeling very, very normal (disappointingly so!)
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  2. lisa valinsky
    September 7, 2015

    Sorry to hear you couldn’t make it to your brother’s wedding. But yes to going to Disney! Were you able to hit up many attractions?
    lisa valinsky recently posted..dealing with third trimester insomnia

  3. Kate
    September 7, 2015

    I can’t believe your husband went to Hawaii without you when you were that far along!!! I would never be ok with that (and neither would he!)

  4. Nicole
    September 7, 2015

    Where did you get your Disney tank? Looks like the same one Jennifer Love Hewitt wore when she was pregnant and went to Disney.

  5. Katie
    September 7, 2015

    So excited for you!!! Just a little thought.. I’m not sure if you ever do essential oils but I used them a lot with both my babies & Peppermint oil can help a baby flip! Just wanted to pass that along!

  6. Kelly
    September 7, 2015

    I’m sorry that you missed being at your brother’s wedding in person… I can imagine that was really hard. 🙁
    Super cute photo of you at Disney though! I lived in Orlando for a couple years a while back and miss being able to just pop in for a couple hours.
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  7. Jess
    September 8, 2015

    You are doing so well to be going to Disney that far along! Sorry you missed your bro’s wedding!
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  8. Stacey
    September 8, 2015

    Sorry about missing your brother’s wedding 🙁 Facetime is great, though! You and baby girl are lookin’ good, mama!

  9. Jill
    September 8, 2015

    Try not to panic about delivery 🙂 You’ll do great, whatever happens. I wound up having a section, and it went just fine. Whatever happens, the end result will be meeting your new baby 🙂

    (also, our playroom didn’t have a theme, it was mostly used to corral the toys and bigger things, and now that the kids are a little older, we’ve transformed it into something else – just do whatever works for you!)

  10. Morgan @ Morgan Manages Mommyhood
    September 8, 2015

    so jealous of your Disney trip! I wish I lived relatively close to Disney to head there!
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  11. Natalie @ The Ravenous Mommy
    September 8, 2015

    Our play area is basically just a storage space, kids accumulate SO much stuff! I miss the early days when all I needed was a swing & a bouncer, haha.
    Natalie @ The Ravenous Mommy recently posted..Life Lately

  12. Stephanie
    September 8, 2015

    Just a thought think about a seat in any room you might be hanging out with baby. If you put her in the swing is there somewhere you can sit down in there too? We moved our furniture around so there is always a chair near m daughter’s play spaces. Also important when grandparents are over to play and can’t sit on the floor with her. 🙂

    Also remember you’ll figure it out as you go. The playroom could be set one way and then totally rethought in 6months when her needs change. It might be perfect as a storage space for now and when she is 6 months you tackle it 🙂

  13. Crystal
    September 8, 2015

    Check out spinningbabies.com

  14. Sara
    September 9, 2015

    It must have been hard to miss your brother’s wedding. I’m glad you got out of the house and cheered yourself up at Disney!

  15. Katie
    September 11, 2015

    I second the recommendation to check out spinning babies! Our doula and birth class teacher talked about it all the time for great positioning suggestions! You can rock a natural birth, you’re an ironman! Just take it one contraction at a time and remember that each one is a bit of progress to bring your baby girl into the world.

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