Lately my belly has become a natural magnet for my hands to rest on, especially with the many tiny kicks and movements I’ve been feeling from this tiny babe. I’ve also noticed a change in my cravings to include a lot more tacos and salads with greek inspired toppings, like sun dried tomatoes, feta, and olives. In addition, my sweetCONTINUE READING
Archives for April 2017
San Diego may be a beach town, but it also hosts several cities within the city that each have their own personal character. For this day guide, I focus primarily on a list of things to do and restaurants and coffee shops to enjoy in Downtown San Diego and Little Italy. Get ready for ocean front views, charming streets, and delicious food.CONTINUE READING
Twenty weeks has arrived, and just like that I am half way there! Up until this past Monday, I was fairly certain that we were going to have a baby girl. I’ll blame it on the old wive’s tales, even though I always scored 50/50 on those. Therefore, going into our anatomy ultrasound, my husband was convinced it was a boy and I was thinkingCONTINUE READING
I realize that living in Houston for a little over a year does not make me an expert on the local scene. But if you just so happen to be visiting Houston for the day and are the type of person who loves coffee, books, art, and good food, then I’m almost certain you’ll enjoy the items on this list.
Every day my husband keeps telling me, in a sweet way, that my belly is getting bigger. Since I’ve always been insecure about my weight, it doesn’t always sound so sweet to my ears, but I’m trying to appreciate that a growing bump means a growing baby. Early next week I have an appointment for the anatomy ultrasound, and we areCONTINUE READING