Juliana’s 1 Year Update!

I no longer have a baby. I HAVE A TODDLER. What?! I mean, she's still MY baby, and I'm sure people will still refer to her as a baby, but the fact that she's not "technically" a baby is a bit heartbreaking. Don't get me wrong. I love watching her grow and learn new things. But I miss those beady eyes and that feathery hair. I miss having to hold her head to ... Read More

Juliana’s 11 Month Update!

11 months...already... Y'ALL What on Earth is going on? How is Juliana already almost a whole year old?! We've been busy planning her first birthday party. It's been a bit disheartening because I want to do so much, but I just don't have the time or the money to make it happen. I've been relying a lot on Dollar Tree to make my own decorations for her party. Luckily, we ... Read More

Failed NSTs, Medically Necessary Induction, Back Labor, Oh My! – Juliana’s Birth Story

All throughout the duration of infertility journey, as well as my pregnancy, I dreamt of what my labor and delivery would be like. I pictured myself giving birth in a birthing center made to feel like home. ... going into labor on my own without the need for being induced. ... being able to labor freely with no restrictions on position or location. ... toughing out ... Read More

Juliana’s One Week Update!

Oh. My. Goodness. I cannot believe that my baby girl is already a week old (as of this past Thursday)! I know how quickly time flies, as it feels like it was just yesterday that my 7-year old was this tiny. I can’t wait to share all about Juliana and her growth and development over the next year or so. After all, my world revolves around her and her older sister, Bella! ... Read More

Welcome to the World, Baby Juliana!

Welcome to the World, Baby Juliana! Juliana made her debut on September 28th, 2017 weighing in at 8lbs 10oz and measuring 20″ in length. I will be posting a separate post in the near future containing her birth story, but I just had to announce her birth officially on the blog! Mom, Dad, Baby and Big Sister are all doing well and adjusting to life as a family of four very ... Read More