Here at Being Called Mum we have decided to introduce a new series! Every Wednesday I am going to post a photo (or two if I can’t decide) from the week that has been. It’s a great way to showcase us as a family and what we do day to day, week to week. Spoiler alert it isn’t much! Hahaha.
So up for our very first ‘Photo of the week” is my lovely baby bump! I felt like most of my photos I show, will be of Rhemy (and why shouldn’t they be) but this week I actually pulled my finger out and took a photo of my 27 week baby bump. These past few weeks have been crappy, we have seen more midwives and had more scans then I would like but when I feel the little baby kick, it makes it all worth it. The love you feel for someone you have never met is insane and I can not wait to be a family of four and to be a mama of two beautiful little girls. Bring on the adventures, the laughs, the tears and the love!
See you next week for another photo of the week, we are actually off on a family holiday so we may have more than one photo!
In the meantime, I am working on a review of my new tablet, the iPad Pro. I use it for uni and day to day activities and found it difficult when researching before the purchase to find any decent reviews. Please let me know if this is something you would like to see in the comments section.
Until next time,
All over YouTube is a tag known as the ‘ABC baby name tag’! Basically you pick a name for a boy and a girl for each letter of the alphabet that you love. I thought this would be a fun tag and might help some of you who are in the process of naming a little one.
I’m going to be a little bit cheeky and not add in any that I am still considering (code for trying to convince my husband) for our own little bundle. Here goes:
A: Amity Axel
B: Brinley, Brielle Blake
C: Charlotte Coby
D: Delilah, Dylan Drey
E: Eliza Emerson
F: Freya Freddie
G: Gretel George
H: Hartley Henry
I: Indigo Ira
J: Josephine Jax
K: Kinley Knox, Kamden
L: Lilac Luca
M: Milla, Matilda Maxton
N: Noah Nico
O: Odette, Olive Oliver
P: Peta, Petra Paxton
Q: Quilla Quinn
R: Rhemy, Reese Rocco
S: Sloane Silas
T: Trixie Tennessee
U: Ulyana Ulwyn
V: Vivienne, Valentina Van
W: Wren Wyatt
X: Xanthe Xander
Y: Ysabel –
Z: Zuri Zane
Until next time,
Today marks 19 weeks in my pregnancy, as I will be having an elective c section at 38 weeks this is half way! I can not believe it is already halfway, it feels like we only just found out. So many people say your second pregnancy seems to go quicker and they were right! I’ve been so busy with Rhemy turning 1 (still can’t believe it!) and our weekly day to day lives that the days really just turn into weeks in the blink of an eye!
Next week we are heading to Adelaide for my obstetrician appointment and 20 week scan, we are going to try to find out the sex of the baby. I’m really interested in what this little one is, but I’m pretty sure I already know! I’ve had a strong feeling since the day we found out we were expecting, so I’m keen to see if my ‘mothers’ intuition is right! I haven’t bought a single neutral piece of clothing this time, as I never put Rhemy in them, so I am hanging to go shopping for baby things after our appointments on Friday! Whether it’s more dresses or little chinos I’m busting to know.
What team are you? Pink or blue? Share below! I’d love to hear what people think we are having!
I’d love to share my reasoning for another c section and for why we are finding out. Would anyone be interested in reading a post about that?
Until next time
This week we ticked over 13 weeks pregnant with our newest bundle of joy! While I am beyond excited and truly can’t wait for our addition to join us, I would be lying if I said the last five weeks haven’t been testing.
I’m just going to put it out there – morning sickness sucks! I am sick most days and it lasts all day! Work feels long and I’m tired all the time. I’m napping when Rhemy is and I am finding it difficult to keep on top of my uni and housework. So to my friends I’m sorry I’m always tired, my house a mess and my mind a jumble. I’ll come good, I promise!
I’ve come to the conclusion that pregnany doesn’t agree with me and that’s okay. When I was younger I had a water bottle that I used when playing sport that had “no pain, no gain” printed on the side of it. Pregnancy for me reminds me of that quote. The gain I get out of it is totally worth it and something I definitely don’t take for granted! But I’d be kidding myself if I said there wasn’t some kind of “pain” and that’s not even considering the actual birth!
How’d you get on? Was pregnancy a breeze for you or did you vomit for 30 weeks?
Do you have any morning sickness remedies? Cause please share them if you do!
Until next time,
So happy, excited and busting to announce that Rhemy, Sean and I are welcoming baby #2 to our family. Our wonderful bundle of joy will be joining us November 2016!
Here’s a quick debrief: No it certainly wasn’t planned but yes we definitely want another! I’ve been sick as all hell and I’m already starting to show. Rhemy doesn’t have any idea but soon enough she’ll have to share us and a part of me thinks she’ll love it and another part thinks I’m kidding myself.
Today I just wanted to announce our exciting news, but I will be sharing my journey as we go! Wish us luck 🙊
Until next time