The Sunday Salon [5.10.15]

Happy Mother’s Day to all of you out there. Those of you currently nursing a baby, those of you busy chauffeuring your kids to soccer practice and ballet, those of you waiting for your grown children to call you, those of you anxiously awaiting the arrival of your little one, and those of you who still hope to be mothers one day. Happy Mother’s Day to all of you.

My boys have spoiled me this weekend by giving me some time to myself, so I am actually able to sit down and write this blog post.

This pregnancy has not been terribly comfortable for me, so I haven’t felt like reading or blogging or doing much else than watching Netflix or wasting time on BabyCenter. But I can see the light at the end of the tunnel. I have about 7 weeks or so until our little guy arrives. I haven’t done much prepping (poor second child), other than setting up the crib and changing table in my bedroom. I should probably wash some baby clothes one of these days. And figure our what we’re going to name him.

Evan will be 3 later this week. While this is hard for me to believe, I am having fun planning his superhero party. I am trying to go a little less crazy this year, but I just love birthdays and party planning so much. Damn, Pinterest.

Other than that, I am just working and parenting and going about life as normal as possible, just 30 pounds heavier and with a few more aches and pains.

I’ll try to be back with some bookish talk one of these days.

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2 thoughts on “The Sunday Salon [5.10.15]

  1. Twitter: TiBookChatter
    It’s wild how different pregnancies can be from each other. I’m sorry you are having a tougher time of it this time around. Hope you had a nice Mother’s Day!

  2. Twitter: irisonbooks
    I have to say I admire you for blogging as much as you do/have done during this pregnancy (or motherhood of the past 3 years). I am sorry to hear your pregnancy has been a little tough, let’s hope the last few weeks are alright. I hope you had a wonderful mother’s day 🙂

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