Bloggish Day 7 – Yes, the above is actually a recent picture that was taken. Yes, it was dated October 25, 2016. Yes, the photo is from Elizabeth’s tummy.
Yes, life is going to change again. And soon.
Right when we finally sold all our baby stuff. I mean, we did procrastinate for a while. Julian turned 8 years old earlier last year, and we sold his stroller on Craigslist around that same time. We’re just thankful that they don’t go out of style — and with our luck, we’ll probably wind up buying it back off of someone on Craigslist. We don’t really mind. We’re cool like that.
So baby supplies, such as diapers, baby wipes, milk bottles, onesies, baby car seats. Oh, the list can be endless.
I think when Megan was a newborn, we even had one of those diaper baggie machines — which helps bag the used diapers in a tight plastic bag while disposing it, into a larger plastic bag. Utter baby supply marketing. In other words, only applicable for over-protective, over-supplied parents. We used it like twice.
But I am excited and nervous at the same time. If this was even possible, I’m not sure, but I think I am. There is so much to look forward to and there is so much to worry about. Being an accidental parent — one without a plan, not opposed, but again, without a plan and just winging it. Now that I am a parent, I just love it. Absolutely.
I cannot imagine not being one… again.