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Long Picture post about Baby June Bug! :)

Tomorrow...I will be 35 weeks! 
Only "about" 5 weeks to go! :)

I just love this! Haha :)

On April 17th I had my baby shower! My brother drove me to our hometown 6 hours away just so I didn't have to drive! haha :) It was amazing! My hostesses did a fabulous job decorating and keeping everyone happy at the shower. Everything turned out beautiful and I am so thankful I have such wonderful friends!  It was an explosion of pink! :) Baby June Bug got soooo much stuff! So many clothes! I actually had to leave a bunch of stuff at my parents for them to bring up when she's born. We couldn't fit it all in my brother's Honda CRV! 

This is just SOME of the stuff she got! :)

Here are a few of the shower pictures! :)
The most awesome diaper cake ever! My mom made it for me! :)

The most awesome door wreath! (Also made by my awesome mom!)
I can't wait to see it on the hospital door!
Me and my momma :)

My Fabulous Hostesses! :)

My ladybug invitation that my bestie Crissy and my mom made with a Cricut!

And here are the pictures of her nursery! :)

I love it! It turned out perfect! I can't wait to see her in it! :)

I also had my maternity pictures taken by the wonderful Charissa Foux while I was down!
Here are just a few!

I loved them all!! :)

Other than that going on, I have just been slowly getting things more ready for her. My Hospital bag has been packed since I got home from the shower. We have gotten the jogging stroller into the trunk of my car.  Which was really fun! haha. It barely fits! We had to take off one of the wheels! My friend Jackie and I went to get my carseat checked out by a local police department and they taught me how to properly latch it in! They also gave us plenty of tips of what NOT to do! Like... don't have anything hanging from the carseat, because it could become a projectile danger to her if we were in a wreck...and don't put a mirror to where u can see her when she's turned around because that could become a projectile if u are in wreck and it would hit her first! And don't put the window shades that roll up and down, because they could also become projectiles! So much I didn't think of that could just injure my child! lol :) Now I am prepared though and I know how to correctly put the carseat in! :) Cody and I also toured the hospital and that put a bit of my anxiety to rest. It's a very nice hospital with nice rooms. I found out the baby will be staying with me in my room the entire time I'm in the hospital (which I like) and the hospital is VERY breastfeeding friendly! I will have plenty of help in that department! Thank goodness! We FINALLY got insurance on May 1st, so now I can finally start walking again! We were so afraid I would have to go to the hospital before then, but God has been watching over my little June bug! I am just hoping she will make it to June! I just don't really want to wait until the due date though! lol I am ready to meet her! :)  I've been trying to keep myself busy, but also am too tired to do anything! I can barely convince myself to go grocery shopping! I feel like a house! I will be taking a 35 week picture tomorrow,  so I will hopefuly get that up soon....The last pic I posted was 28 weeks so I will leave you with Week 30! :)


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