I would say I have really enjoyed the last month or so. I was having some back pain, but went to see a chiropractor and after the adjustment, Baby A, who had been breech for about 2 months flipped around. Within a week, my back pain was gone!
And, the fun of shower planning has started. Here are a few pics that were snapped last week. I don't think I look very big here, but I feel big. The doctor says I'm measuring right where I need to be - about 4 weeks ahead.
My friends at Paper Source are throwing me a shower on September 16th. They have been so funny about the planning - it's all so secretive. I am so lucky to have friends that are sharing our joy. The invite was designed by Jenna Blazevich. Mad talent - for real. Her lettering style is so beautiful.
The girls are growing like weeds. At my last appointment, they weighed in at about 1.5 lbs each - only varying by about 40 grams. Baby B was up the night before enjoying a dance party between 3am and 5am, so when the ultrasound tech had the probe on her, she gave us a big yawn. Amazing.
Like I said, the girls will be here in no time, so nursery prep is in high gear. I couldn't find any window treatments off the shelf I liked. What to do? Make your own! But, I needed something easy peasy. So, I settled on this tutorial posted on Positively Splendid.
Next came the arrival of fabric by Dena Fishbein. Kumari Garden to be exact.
And then, after I picked which fabrics to use, I washed them. Then, there was lots and lots of this...
And then, there was lots and lots of this...
And then, there was some of this, but if you do all your prep right, it's easy as pie...
And then, there was lots of running around to different stores to find the perfect hardware that was big enough for the window. And then, there was time spent marking, and leveling, and drilling, and mollying (my least favorite part), but alas, THE REWARD!
There is actually a pink tie in the ribbons, but I couldn't get it to show in the photos.
And, they are perfect to me. More to come including a crib skirt tutorial from the same blog, Positively Splendid. If you ask me, it's positively fabulous!