Thursday, 7 September 2017

Issa announcement!!!

Hey my beauties x

So I feel like I apologies before every post for my lack there of and again sorry it's been a little while since I've posted but exciting news!!!!

Those who follow me on social media will know that hubby and I are . . . .

Expecting our first bubba and we are excited to announce to our loyal and any new readers that issa GIRL!!!


Being the super organised person that I am baby's room is all set and ready to roll for whenever she decides to reveal her beautiful face to us all as we draw closer and closer to my due date.

Pregnancy for me has been one of a pretty smooth and pleasurable journey, I've been fortunate enough to of experienced NO morning/day sickness at all throughout my pregnancy and to of had NO cravings which I'm sure is more of a blessing for hubby than for myself lol. 

Every woman's pregnancy is different and I couldn't but help feel a little robbed of the typical pregnancy experience especially when I haven't been able to pull a sick at work due to morning sickness *hides face*, but I can imagine that, dealing with that is not too pleasant either so I will count my blessings and be grateful that little miss has made this experience very easy for me. 


Things they don't tell you, when you're expecting. . .

1. Be prepared to become second when around friends and family; everyone literally greets my bump before greeting me and baby is not even here yet!

2. Your boobs are likely to grow a couple sizes and feel like watermelons during this growth spurt. Before I had announced to certain family members and friends they instantly noticed how big my boobs had gotten and raised questions of me expecting however I was so small for the first 5-6 months no one asked any questions. 

3. Your energy can go from 100% to 5% within in seconds even if you have had a good 10 hours of sleep and naps within the day. This has become more frequent for me in the third trimester, where I would have the most amount of energy and all of a sudden I feel as if I need my bed instantly. 

4. When you got to eat, YOU'VE GOT TO EAT!!! Either baby will tell you they're hungry by moving about excessively or you will begin feel nauseous, so always carry some snack with you when out and about. If your anything like me, when I get busy I can go hours without eating and when pregnant that is defiantly not the smartest of moves.

5. Since it's the thing that got you in this position in the first place lets talk about it! 
S E X. . .  Whilst pregnant is probably one of the best sexual experiences you'll ever have (thank me later).



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