Confessional Friday

It’s Friday and boy am I ready for a relaxing weekend. Today I am “confessing” with Leslie from A Blonde Ambition. So lets just get right too it shall we.

1. I confess that Zulily is quickly becoming a “cuss” word to my husband. Why yes honey, Olivia DOES need another blush pink outfit. 😉

2. I confess I have been a terrible “style” blogger this week. I have outfits ready to photograph, but this week I just didn’t have the energy. I have almost accepted the fact that I just cant do everything these days.

3. I confess that I am DYING to know what my pregnant little sister is having! Boy or Girl, Baby Davis and Olivia Mae will be best of friends (when then are not pulling each others hair).

4. I confess that breast feeding kinda scares the living daylights out of me. I am ready to take it on, but I know you can never be fully prepared for everything. Accepting all pointers and tips!

5. I confess that I am so happy that Fall officially begins on Sunday, even though I have been dressing like fall all week long.

Exhibit A

 6. I confess that I have been pretty good about keeping my hormones at bay. Except for the one time Drew brought home the wrong food and that said sandwich may have been tossed across the room. I immediately realized how crazy I was and it turned into a good laugh. Although it is a story I will NEVER hear the end of.
and on a side note…..

If you haven’t ordered your Brittany Fuson Planner, I suggest you run your tush right over to her site and grab one! I loved my 2013 planner, but this one is even more fabulous!
Have a great weekend!!

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10 thoughts on “Confessional Friday

  1. Ashley @ Words About Waverly

    Love your confessions, and I was so scared of breastfeeding too … but it ended up being the best, most rewarding experience ever!

    My Waverly MAYE has SO much from Zulily, best site ever! 🙂

  2. Mandy

    I too was scared to death of breast feeding but a friend of mine told me to give it 4 weeks before I give up and I'm so glad I listened to her! It is the most rewarding experience ever (like Ashley said above!). And if it doesn't work for you, its OK! Do what's best for you and your babe 🙂

  3. Ashley

    I didn't realize your little sister was expecting as well…CONGRATS!

    I got my Sirra Mara necklace in yesterday. 🙂 Thanks again for the giveaway!

  4. The Lady of the House

    The lactation consultants in the hospital are so great! Request, beg, plead and make sure you see them everyday or even every couple hours in the hospital.

    And even after you go home, you can call and see them if there are questions or problems later.

    I saw the lactation consultant daily after the birth of my fourth child, even though I successfully (in my terms) breastfed the previous three.

    Relax. Get a massage (seriously, see if you can schedule a massage therapist to come see you IN THE HOSPITAL after you've had the baby! Best idea I've ever had. It's heavenly!)

    The baby is not going to starve even though they act like are in the hospital. The more relaxed you are the easier it is for your body to produce milk faster.

    Good luck! It's one of the best experiences of your life. Having a child changes you forever. I can't wait to see how stylish she is!

  5. Kelly

    I too had a complete spaz out about food (naan bread) when I was pregnant. My husband and I still joke about it to this day (my daughter is 3 and 1/2)

    Breast feeding is no joke! I'm soooo glad I stuck with it. The first 4 weeks were tough but eventually we got the hang of it. I nursed for a full year and it was glorious!

  6. Christine

    With breast feeding, give it your best shot but do what is best for you and your baby! Feeding with love, wether breast or bottle, is the most important thing! I tried for several months and my milk never fully came in and I was devastated because i had to supplement with formula. Looking back, I wish I'd had a different perspective! In retrospect, it wasn't a big deal and the time goes so fast – don't lose any joy over the small stuff! Enjoy every minute!

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