25 Weeks: Saturday Snapshots

My uterus is supposedly the size of a soccer ball now.


That is HUGE! Do you believe it?


Mother’s Day gift from my mom!! Love it!!


As the librarian of the family, she is also filling his bookshelves. In honor of the late Maurice Sendak.


Little books for little boys


These two are new too!



Lastly, new sheets from Target for the bed!! $14.95 and such a cute print!


1 week till 26!!


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33 thoughts on “25 Weeks: Saturday Snapshots”

  1. Yep, I see a soccer ball under your shirt! So cute! I love the owl onesie! Is that handmade?

    I love reading to my little girl. I use PaperbackSwap.com all the time for books for me and for her. Books for me I usually swap but I just keep the books I get for her and add them to her library. Some of our favorite books are Llama Llama Red Pajama, If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, The Going to Bed Book by Sandra Boynton, and Horton Hears a Who.

      1. Have you seen the “Good Night Our World” board books which cover morning to night and four seasons in various cities, regions, states, and places, referencing local places? One is Goodnight Virginia.

  2. Your belly sure has popped!
    I haven’t been reading all that long, so I might have missed it, but why do you reference the number 26 so frequently?

  3. Love The Runaway bunny, Goodnight Moon, The very hungry caterpillar. It is fun to start your book collection.

      1. I agree with you there! You do seem to focus on 26 a lot though, I thought it must have so much more significance to you than just the date you were born!

        1. Well I think it spiraled out of control since the day I was born 🙂 I see the number everywhere!

  4. I’m not sure if you have ‘Love you forever’ yet, but it’s a must! … in my humble opinion 🙂

  5. We have that same little box of Sendak books 🙂 I love Runaway Bunny. (Personally, I find “Love You Forever” to be really creepy – but that’s the joy of kids books – there’s something for everyone to love!)

    1. I have to agree, I just didn’t want to say it! 🙂

      Little Bear is one of my favorites and you can’t go wrong with The Hungry Caterpiller and Good Night Moon. At one point I had read Good Night Moon so often I knew it by heart and would recite it to my son when he was a little guy, if we were driving late at night and he needed calming 🙂

  6. “Guess How Much I Love You” by Sam McBratney is my favorite childrens’ book. Never fails to make me tear up! I don’t have children yet, but I look forward to reading them that book someday.

  7. Oh how cute, a Little Bear book! I’m forty now and grew up with those (I’m from Holland, luckily those books have been translated in a lot of languages!), I loved them when I was a little girl, my mom read them to me every night! Your little boy will love those, too! 🙂

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