(our subway tile kitchen backsplash— I’ve waited a long time for this!)
After four collective hours on the phone with AT&T (don’t ask, I can’t even) and over two weeks of waiting, we finally have internet at the new house. This momentous occasion means I can get back to blogging!
First of all— thank you to everyone here and on IG that expressed their well wishes for our new home! I still pinch myself and ask “do we really live here?” because I just love it so much. We are all unpacked now which is a relief, but there’s still a lot to do in terms of setting up/organizing rooms, hanging curtains and artwork, etc. I will share more details as we get rooms together, but here are a couple of sneak peeks of some of my favorite spaces! (our master bathroom— I picked out these mirrors, and they’re fantastic and go so well with the polished chrome hardware and countertops we selected)
Harper is obsessed with her play room and so are we. One large, open space that isn’t our living room and that we don’t have to keep perfect is pretty much a dream come true. And the sweet pale mint walls make it such a bright and welcoming space (the color is “mint essence” by Olympic, for those who asked!) In other news, I learned at my 36 week appointment that baby boy is still breech/somewhat transverse. I had suspected it after seeing his little head bulging out of my ribs on a daily basis (it’s difficult to sit for long periods of time and breathe sometimes with how far his head is up in my ribs). I talked to my OB about all of the options and decided to opt for an external version next week. Second pregnancies tend to have better outcomes with these, so I’m hopeful and I know a few people who had successful ones. If that doesn’t work, I will either go into labor naturally and pray the baby turns during labor, or I will have the baby via a C-section that will be scheduled if the version doesn’t work. I would appreciate anyone who wishes to say a little prayer that all goes well!
I picked up a few new items for Harper and baby boy and I thought I’d share them here since Old Navy is having a mega-sale right now (use code START at checkout for up to 40% off plus free 2-day shipping). chambray dress (long sleeve version) | olive green pleated dress (long sleeve version) | baby chambay puffer vestVonbon apparel, a baby goods company out of Vancouver, sent me some adorable items recently. I can’t wait to wrap him in the soft blanket and little hat. Their fabric is certified organic and it’s all made right in B.C.! I also love their sweet little dresses for girls.Thanks again for your patience as I get back to more regular blogging and happy Tuesday! Before I go, I will leave you with this: