This is the story of our sweet baby BOY’s birth. Â I have split it into two parts for the sake of not bombarding you with a lengthy post. Â Jeremy and I have decided together to not share pictures with his face or share his name to protect his privacy. Â From here on out, I’ll be referring to our little boy as “Baby Bee (yes, his name starts with a “B”).”As I sit down to write Baby Bee’s birth story, I am reminded of how many different times I heard or read that birth â€œplansâ€?
Chicken Sausage and Vegetable Foil Packets are perfect for the grill. They’re Paleo, gluten-free, dairy-free, healthy, and easy! I haven’t been this excited about a recipe in a long time. Â For one, it is healthy, balanced, and delicious. Â But most importantly, it is extremely easy to prepare and cook, which is at the top of my list for important recipe features at 40 weeks pregnant. Â It is also even better when you have a husband that grills it for you in 90 degree weather.
All of my previous pregnancy update posts covered four-week time spans. Â But now that things are getting down to the wire (hello, 40 weeks), I figured I had better pop back in for one last update. I’m not going to lie, I sort of hoped I wouldn’t get to this post. Â But here we are at 40 weeks pregnant! This week, baby is the size of a:Â small pumpkin (or approximately 20 inches and 7.5 pounds). Gender:Â To be discovered SOON. Â We are definitely very eager to find out whether baby is a boy or girl.
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