April 15, 2014

Label it with Label Daddy!


We are moving up to size 3T clothes with the little princess.
She just keeps growing! 

And that means we need to send new clothes to her daycare in case she needs a change.
We've been writing her name on clothes but as a consignment mommy, it lowers the value on clothes since someone else's name is scribbled on it...

Label Daddy is exactly what we need in this house!

 Label Daddy labels keep your (or your daycare attending 2 year old's) belongings from getting lost or mixed up with others. 
These labels are super durable peel-and-stick washable labels -- they're washer/dryer safe, microwave safe, dishwasher safe and UV resistant! 

Label Daddy labels are also fun and attractive. You design your own labels! . . . Pick from many colors, sizes and logos, including Disney and Marvel characters, MLB, NBA, and NHL team logos, other sport and fun logos, and more. We ordered Sophia the First and Elsa from Frozen labels for the Princess!

The exclusive laminated coating gives labels an extra layer of protection and is a must for camp, daycare, the beach, or everyday clothes! 

These labels are made in the USA and shipped directly to you worldwide.

And lucky for you, I have a 10% off discount!
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Disclaimer: I was offered product in exchange for my post, however all thoughts and opinions are my own.


April 12, 2014

Baby Update: 36 Weeks


How far along? 36 weeks!
Symptoms: Painful lightening crotch. Baby is still breech so all those kicks are going down, instead of into my ribs. 
Total weight gain/loss: +10
Maternity clothes? Lots of maternity. Loving the pretty spring colors I've been wearing lately, but I'll be even more excited to start wearing dresses soon!
Sleep:  Still only waking up once a night and then really early. 
Best moment this week:  Getting to Friday! It's been such a long crazy week! Unpacking the baby's room feels pretty wonderful too! Here's a little peek!



Movement: It's getting more painful.  He's running out of room and I can feel it. Lots of jabs and at times it feels like he's tsretching out to a star shape and it hurts! I can feel his head in my ribs and all of his kicks are down so that hurts.  I just keep praying he'll flip!
Food cravings:  Noting specific still, but when I see things I need to have them. 
Gender: Boy!
Labor Signs: Nope, but I am getting random lightening crotch pains so that sucks.


Belly Button in or out?  In. But way shallower, maybe for not much longer.
What I miss: Not being stressed about breech! It wasn't even something I had thought about and now I'm researching c-sections and moxibustion so it's a different stress than I had with Emmalee.
What I am looking forward to: School vacation week! Only 4 more work days to go!
Weekly Wisdom:  Taking time out for yourself is the best thing you can do sometimes.
Milestones:  Officially in my 9th month, and have less than a month to go! If it's a scheduled c section, only 3 more weeks! Yikes.

April 9, 2014

Breech Baby Blues


Little man is being very uncooperative and is not ready to go head down yet!
The doctor is a bit concerned since most babies have flipped by now but he is not ruling out little man flipping on his own yet.

To help him along, I can do some crazy things like moxibustion (google it-- it's worth it) or laying inverted for 20 minutes at a time.  It's recommended that I put a heating pad on my pubic bone and an ice pack near my chest since some babies hate the cold and then will flip...

It all sounds crazy to me but I'm willing to do just about anything to avoid a c-section.

Who has a "I can't believe it worked" breech baby story to help me feel better?


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