Two weeks ago I saw my doctor and she told me to go to reception and start making my appointments every two weeks instead of monthly. "Buy why?" I asked, "I thought that didn't start until the third trimester." She quickly informed me that my third trimester was, in fact, starting in two weeks. As someone who's usually on top of everything, I was shocked when I heard that fun little fact.
Happy Friday! I'm beyond excited for this week to be over, and for a weekend with minimal plans. I'm traveling for the next two, so we're keeping this one majorly low key. The week was a little nutty for me, starting out with two full days of meetings in the city on Monday and Tuesday. Normally, that wouldn't be a big deal, but pregnant Julia gets tired after a few hours of this type of work and I hit a wall at about 2pm each day.
Before I get into it about the ever important topic of maxi dresses, I want to talk about my content lately. You might have noticed that it's been a little more fluff and a little less real talk. While the fluff and pretty things are great and fun, what I love most about blogging is writing about important topics that help other people in some way.
A few weeks ago I started sharing my weekly Whole Foods Market hauls on Instastories, and it’s become my most requested piece of content on social... ever! After many requests for a full blog post, I’m finally sharing my weekly shopping list, some favorite products, and tricks of the trade that I’ve learned along the way.
Last week we finally had the nursery painted and wallpapered, and over the weekend we (ok, Anel) put together the crib which felt like a huge milestone! Things started to feel very real once there was a crib in the baby's room, so I thought it was finally time for an update.
I don't want to share every detail about the space because I want this room reveal to be epic, but I thought I'd give you a little sneak peek of the direction in which we're heading.