•Ten months pregnant. That sounds like forever to me!
•I wake up every night with contractions that turn into nothing. Its really frustrating but I’m hanging in there c:
•I heard that pineapples can induce labor and I thought it was ridiculous, but my mom and Jericho wanted me to try it so I did. Literally about 20 minutes after eating it I started having pretty intense contractions. But still no labor!
•It would be great of she came before Friday because that’s my next doctor’s appointment. And because I’m dying to see her ^^
in ten years
she won’t remember
smiling before drinking my milk
or falling asleep after
the way she grabbed my hair
or my finger
or my shirt
or my necklace
my too-frequent kisses
or our midnight cuddles
but i will
Waiting on the day I see your perfect little face <3
"Being married someday is going to be so cool. like you get to come home to your best friend every single day and just do life together."
— (via makelvenotwar)
Crying because this is basically what living with Kyleigh is like😂(via renniemay)
Anonymous: Been following your blog for a while now. I lost my baby at 8 weeks, but had the EDD of July 27, so I've enjoyed seeing you become increasingly ready for the little one. Congrats on the little gift you will soon be blessed with. :)
Thank you and I’m so sorry about your baby :c If you ever want to, you can talk to me. I’m not very good at giving advice but I am always able to listen :)
My internet seems dead. Meaning…not enough posts to look at.
So if you are a blog that focuses on:
- ttc or wttc
Please reblog this and I will follow you!
"I hope you fall in love with someone who always texts back and never lets you fall asleep thinking you’re unwanted."
— (via sexual-feelings)
Some parents make decisions about and for their children that seem crazy and totally bizarre to me.
But then I remember that those are not my children, and as long as they are not abusing them, it’s really not my business.
So my eyes might widen a little, and I might think “Wow, didn’t see that one coming.”
But then I move on and smile, knowing that I don’t have to make that same decision about or for my children, and that’s just fine.