Waiting for Baby

Things have FINALLY slowed down around here.

We’ve come to terms with the fact that we don’t live to work. We are at a place financially where things can go on hold for a bit and instead of feeling guilty about this we have decided to take it in and be grateful.

We’ve currently stopped selling our products and our client work is on hold until September.

The baby showers have all been had and the nursery is done (photos coming soon!).

And now we are just waiting for baby. People say this is a terrible idea and will make you stir crazy. But honestly… we are really enjoying it.

Enjoying the quietness of the moment.

Feeling the anticipation in the air.

Taking in the small movements in Meg’s belly.

The ones that tell us our baby boy is nearly here.

38 weeks and counting! :)

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I like curly lines, and the simple joys of life. Good coffee and the perfect souffle.

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  1. 07.31.2012

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