Sunday, March 01, 2015

{Pregnancy #5 photos}

While trying to officially document this last pregnancy before I got too big, I had my sister, Camille, take some maternity pictures while we were in Florida.  I had swollen feet and off and on sciatic nerve pain, but in general, I was feeling great!  After that awful first trimester, I actually really enjoy pregnancy (until maybe the last couple weeks...ha!). Even 5 times over, pregnancy is an absolute miracle and joy to experience and I am amazed how my body changes to accommodate this tiny life! 

I am 27 weeks and officially in my third trimester. I love my baby girl bump and will (surprisingly!) miss it.  



1 comments:

the Holyoaks 10:45 PM  

I took a very long hiatus from blogging and I'm just now getting back into it. So I'm just finding out that you had a baby too! Congratulations! I can't wait until you get to the posts of her birth and so I can see some pictures. Judging from your posts, we must have been due around the same time. My little guy was born at the end of May and we are loving him! Congratulations! You look beautiful in your maternity pictures!

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