Sophie has her quirks. One of them is how she goes completely crazy when we go to an open space. She runs like the wind and you can really see what a free spirit she becomes.
Diversity defines our lives and celebrating cultures and traditions is a part of embracing our differences and we cannot wait to share that with das Baby!
This pregnancy has seen a lot of reading - on the laptop, on mobile baby apps, and the traditional ways of course- books and handouts. While all that is handy information, especially the digital ones at our fingertips, I have personally found that nothing is more reassuring than actually speaking to someone who knows what they're talking about.
After driving a few hours and crossing over to the Czech Republic amidst what seemed like a hundred toilet breaks (thank you, pregnancy), we arrived to what turned out to be a wonderful three days.
I feel like we have all become so overly sensitive about how much we talk or not talk, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, Whatsapp, Skype not making that better. So let's remind ourselves to not take everything personally, take offence or make it about ourselves in these situations. Most of the time, it is less about ourselves and more about just accepting life for what it is, how technology has changed the way we interact with each other and of most importantly, empathising with one another.
It's that time of the year again, and so soon! I was hoping to be in the hospital, waiting for the arrival of my little kicker- no, not yet.
We're about 2 weeks away from das Baby's due date, which means it's the last few days of pregnancy. While it has been a wonderful time (minus the sickness, mainly), I cannot wait for the next part and moreover, I cannot wait to go back to experiencing my non-pregnant body.