Well I can still see my feet if I hold my phone way out tot he side to take a picture. Ha! I ran some errands today and wore this super comfy dress. I’ve shared this dress before and I am again because I love it so much. I’m wearing a size 3 (U.S. size 6) and it fits perfectly. But the great thing about maternity clothes is they are STRETCHY! So you can’t really go wrong with size. I could have sized down or up and I still think it would fit. You can get the dress in two place: HERE and HERE – just so you know 😉 If you’re not pregnant, you can get a similar look with this striped dress.
My sunnies are too cute and super affordable at only $10! My watch is only $20 and I wear it all the time. My sole society bag will go with so many of my looks this summer! Plus I love that it’s big – it might double as a diaper bag after baby comes 😉 And one of the BEST parts about this dress is that I can wear it with white chucks and still look cute!
Kevin and I actually went to a Infant Care class today so I wanted to be extra comfortable. It was a good class, but then again I’ve read SO MUCH about babies the past 8 plus months that I didn’t really feel like I learned a ton of new things. But I guess that’s good. We’re pretty prepared! But I did learn some things like using the football hold to easily wash the baby’s hair and cupping her ears when washing hair to avoid getting soapy water in her ears. One thing that is confusing me is the contradicting info I’ve read and learned in class about swaddling. In class they said to swaddle at night, but I’ve read that you shouldn’t swaddle at night. Which is it?! Does anyone know? I’d love to hear from some moms out there! Tell me in the comment below!
In the end I feel like anything we don’t know at this point we’ll have to learn by experiencing it. I’m guessing I could read 100 books and take a dozen classes and never be fully prepared for the real thing. Regardless, we can’t wait for her to get here!