have a good friend who blogged all the way through her pregnancy. I loved following her journey, and I especially loved when she hit the “100 days to due date” mark, because she blogged about her pregnancy, her planning and preparation, etc., every single day until her daughter’s birth. She called it “100 Days of Pregnancy.” Her posts were so fun to read each day, and now that I am pregnant, they’ve been incredibly helpful to look back on for advice and ideas.
Initially, I really wanted to
steal borrow her idea, and post to the blog each day during the 100(ish) days leading up to Bonnie’s birth. While this blog is not all about pregnancy, my life right now is all about pregnancy, and planning for Bonnie’s arrival, and for her new little life. So it’s difficult to blog about much else!
While I probably will not blog about pregnancy every day between now and Bonnie’s birth, I know that since we are in the home stretch of this pregnancy, I will be in planning mode. Big time. And I’m sure I will be sharing a lot of my plans on the blog. I know this blog is not necessarily about pregnancy, but we are so thankful to have gotten this far, and I really want to be able to keep a record of this time in our lives. Since I shared nearly every little detail of our TTC story on the blog, I also want to share the happy part of the story…. planning and preparing to welcome our little girl into this world!
So for now I will be focusing a lot more on Bonnie, and on what we are doing in this final stretch to prepare for her arrival, and I will be focusing less on PCOS, infertility, and fertility treatments.
I guess I feel the need to give a little warning, because I know it can be difficult to read about other women’s pregnancies and births when you are in the thick of infertility. If you need to stop reading the blog for a little while in order to guard your hearts, I totally understand.
So there is my little heads up! I hope you will all continue to share in our journey, and I WILL get back to PCOS posts, etc. Eventually.
But for us, right now is a season to bask in this miracle of life, to wait expectantly, to prepare, and to give thanks!