^^ A daily walk that ended up at the beach…again…. We’re not even beach people, but when its cloudy we love it! I also took my new diaper bag out for a spin. It held everything! Even my camera!
^^ I accidentally painted my baby bump! Whoops
^^ Carl turns into a model on windy days.
^^ This seagull was walking so gently on the wet sand, it was like he really didn’t want to get dirty. I feel you little guy.
^^ Every morning its cloudy, but by the afternoon the wind seems to have blown away all the clouds, come on clouds! We need rain! stand strong.
^^ I don’t know what was the deal with these geese, but Carl thought they wanted bread, I was convinced I saw murder in their eyes, while I ran away screaming this is the worst day!!!!
^^ Pretty memorial flowers left behind on a bench.
^^ Walking, walking, walking!
^^ Pretty flowers on the side of the road. Nature is always trying to prettify ugly things up.
^^ Gluten free, Sugar free pumpkin bread. This tasted delicious, but was a little bit too soft in the middle! Back to the drawing board!
^^ Enjoying a watermelon lunch, wondering when will mangoes be in season! My craving is killing me! I can’t even find one overly priced out of season imported from who knows where mango lying around somewhere!
^^ Always matching. We found a baby pair! Soon baby will be matching to! Sorry baby.
^^ Beautiful light.
^^ Geese ignoring Carl.
Hi friends! How was your weekend? We’ve been busy, busy, busy! We’ve been in a slight panic mode, when we realised we basically have a month left before this baby arrives! We still have so much to do and get, but Cape Town really does not make it easy for us. Everything closes before 2 on a Saturday or requires a long commute to get anything, and shopping on week days is just not an option for us, work keeps us busy! Sundays we attend three hours of church that can sometimes feel like a million hours, and keeping the Sabbath day holy after that, doesn’t give us much time to sort out everything on our to do list!
We’ve started ordering stuff from amazon, just because delivery is faster than most of the South African online shopping experiences we’ve had! For all our organic needs we order from faithful to nature, they have been amazing and delivered within a day! Like it should be! Stocking up on our biodegradable diapers has been easy with them by our side!
At my last midwife appointment, my midwife asked me if I’m ready for labour and I’m so ready, I don’t think she usually hears first time moms, being excited about labour. I feel like the pain we endure as expecting mothers in labour, prepares us, and shows us how strong we really are and that we can do this motherhood thing, but I’ll let you know how I feel when I’m actually in labour. I’ve given Carl the heads up about the transitioning period and told him he should just remember I love him before I get mean, and he should just keep encouraging me if I feel like giving up. I can’t wait to meet our little baby in a month, our midwife told us Baby A is thin and long, with a small head, after seeing Carl’s giant head as a baby and how he seemed to have grown into it as he got older, I’ve been really worried about what I’m in for, the head thing was a bit of a relief!
Happy Monday, Hope everyone has a lovely week and gets to everything they need to get done this week!.