Things I Did (and Wore) in May 2019

First and foremost: how amazing is this header photo? Bill and I stopped by the Happy Place exhibit in Boston in May and got a ton of great photos, including this one that I will cherish literally forever. As my pregnancy has ticked on, I’ve continued to take lots less outfit photos than normal. It’sContinue reading “Things I Did (and Wore) in May 2019”

All Bellies Are Good Bellies; All Bodies Are Good Bodies

Just a reminder for the soon-to-be mamas—especially plus-size or fat soon-to-be mamas—out there, in case you needed to hear it… In case some people have made you feel like your baby bump isn’t desirable Or it’s too big Or it’s too small Or it doesn’t “pop” the way it should Or it “pops” a littleContinue reading “All Bellies Are Good Bellies; All Bodies Are Good Bodies”

Baby Showers: Over the Moon with Gratitude

I’ve been feeling super grateful lately, especially as I’ve celebrated Baby C with not one but two baby showers recently. Truth be told, I was dreading my baby shower. I do not do well as the center of attention in a room full of people where all eyes are on you. That’s one reason BillContinue reading “Baby Showers: Over the Moon with Gratitude”

What I Did (and Wore) in April 2019

Let’s be honest: the last few months have been wrapped up in All Things Baby. Even before I got pregnant, I told myself I wouldn’t let myself get so wrapped up in having a baby and becoming a mom that I’d forget about myself, my hobbies, and my life. Though I haven’t done anything ofContinue reading “What I Did (and Wore) in April 2019”

What I Did (and Wore) in March 2019

Last I wrote, I’d just taken a trip to California. It was great to see my parents in their element and to spend some time in the sunshine, which I desperately craved after an already long winter. And now as I write this it’s like, summer, dudes. Because apparently I can’t keep up with hobbies!Continue reading “What I Did (and Wore) in March 2019”

Being Fat and Pregnant

I’ve spent a lifetime hating my body. I was a fat kid who turned into a fat teen who became a fat adult and I live in the U.S., where we are actively taught that being fat is not just unattractive, but unhealthy, worthy of ridicule, deserving of discrimination (even by medical professionals), and something youContinue reading “Being Fat and Pregnant”