it is our greatest happiness to be unselfish

I want more than anything to be a family. I am torn in so many different directions but only want to be going one way.

I have just around 20 onsies to tie dye. Oh goodness this should be fun :)

make-it-rainicorn:

Reblog if you’re going to try to push that sucker out of you without an epidural.

higheyesco:

Super Beautiful Blue and Purple #Marijuana Plant Head

in the home stretch so who knows how much longer I’ll be pregnant for. #35 #bumpdate

Started perineal massage today to reduce my risk of tearing during birth. Any tips ladies?

camouflaged-girl:

I have no problem with a woman, such as in the first photo, breastfeeding in public. Shes covered, minding her own business and not disturbing anyone. If your child is hungry and you breastfeed with a nursing cover, blanket, or scarf, I believe no one should have the right to bother you.

I do, however, have a problem with seeing people publicly breastfeed such as in the second photo. She makes no effort to cover her breasts, nor nipples. There is no respect for anyone in the surrounding area that, if they walk anywhere near, are forced to see her completely exposed breast and nipple, and if the child finishes eating and unlatches, shes just sitting there with her breast completely out. 

Putting on a nursing cover or blanket is not difficult, expensive, or time consuming. It’s a simple gesture of respect for those around you, and if you put forth that respect you will recieve it back.

How would you feel about eating under a cover?camouflaged-girl:

I have no problem with a woman, such as in the first photo, breastfeeding in public. Shes covered, minding her own business and not disturbing anyone. If your child is hungry and you breastfeed with a nursing cover, blanket, or scarf, I believe no one should have the right to bother you.

I do, however, have a problem with seeing people publicly breastfeed such as in the second photo. She makes no effort to cover her breasts, nor nipples. There is no respect for anyone in the surrounding area that, if they walk anywhere near, are forced to see her completely exposed breast and nipple, and if the child finishes eating and unlatches, shes just sitting there with her breast completely out. 

Putting on a nursing cover or blanket is not difficult, expensive, or time consuming. It’s a simple gesture of respect for those around you, and if you put forth that respect you will recieve it back.

How would you feel about eating under a cover?

camouflaged-girl:

I have no problem with a woman, such as in the first photo, breastfeeding in public. Shes covered, minding her own business and not disturbing anyone. If your child is hungry and you breastfeed with a nursing cover, blanket, or scarf, I believe no one should have the right to bother you.

I do, however, have a problem with seeing people publicly breastfeed such as in the second photo. She makes no effort to cover her breasts, nor nipples. There is no respect for anyone in the surrounding area that, if they walk anywhere near, are forced to see her completely exposed breast and nipple, and if the child finishes eating and unlatches, shes just sitting there with her breast completely out.

Putting on a nursing cover or blanket is not difficult, expensive, or time consuming. It’s a simple gesture of respect for those around you, and if you put forth that respect you will recieve it back.

How would you feel about eating under a cover?

What does it mean when a baby "has dropped" ?
Anonymous

They’re lowering into your pelvis getting into position for the birth

I'm sorry you lost one of your best friends. It must have been hard to go through, especially with all of the pregnant hormones.
Anonymous

Yeah it was but it was a much needed lesson. My true best friends are still by my side.