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- 26 weeks. My husband began capturing my pregnancy bump progress with a series of home photo shoots. At first we loved doing them, but now it's become like a job. I'm just not as enthused; actually, I never was. It's not easy to embrace a big ole belly, despite the beautiful and loving creation that is happening in there. Between feeling like a fatty, constant bloat and gas discomfort, ligament pains, and seeing your tummy take strange shapes (especially once your intestines find a new home) -- didn't always make me feel happy. Pregnancy is not always peachy keen. It can make you feel horrible inside and out. _______________ But there's always a light at the end of that trying hormonal tunnel... I'm thankful for all the support I get from my friends and family, my sister-in-laws who I always bombard with questions, and most importantly, my awesome husband. He always knows how to make me feel beautiful when I'm at my worst. He reminds me of how awesome this transformation is and what it means to him, to us. If it wasn't for him, our pregnancy progress photos would have ended a loooong time ago. I'm not one that lacks confidence, needs encouragement or gets all in a huff over little things; but now pregnancy, that's a whole different game. One in which you can't always control everything (especially them emotions). ____________________________________ Yesterday we took our 26 weeks photos, and I loved every bit of it. Even did some funny outtakes. Our little human was kicking throughout the entire process, so I think she was having fun too (she was probably laughing at Daddy's "directing" voice / talk). While the photo shoot still feels like a job, I love this little bellyboo who just keeps getting bigger and rounder. Never thought rubbing and talking to my belly could ever bring me so much joy and love, but it does. She does. _______ Photo: @brolinger
- 26 weeks. My husband began capturing my pregnancy bump progress with a series of home photo shoots. At first we loved doing them, but now it& #39;s become like a job. I& #39;m just not as enthused; actually, I never was. It& #39;s not easy to embrace a big ole belly, despite the beautiful and loving creation that is happening in there. Between feeling like a fatty, constant bloat and gas discomfort, ligament pains, and seeing your tummy take strange shapes (especially once your intestines find a new home) -- didn& #39;t always make me feel happy. Pregnancy is not always peachy keen. It can make you feel horrible inside and out. _______________ But there& #39;s always a light at the end of that trying hormonal tunnel... I& #39;m thankful for all the support I get from my friends and family, my sister-in-laws who I always bombard with questions, and most importantly, my awesome husband. He always knows how to make me feel beautiful when I& #39;m at my worst. He reminds me of how awesome this transformation is and what it means to him, to us. If it wasn& #39;t for him, our pregnancy progress photos would have ended a loooong time ago. I& #39;m not one that lacks confidence, needs encouragement or gets all in a huff over little things; but now pregnancy, that& #39;s a whole different game. One in which you can& #39;t always control everything (especially them emotions). ____________________________________ Yesterday we took our 26 weeks photos, and I loved every bit of it. Even did some funny outtakes. Our little human was kicking throughout the entire process, so I think she was having fun too (she was probably laughing at Daddy& #39;s "directing" voice / talk). While the photo shoot still feels like a job, I love this little bellyboo who just keeps getting bigger and rounder. Never thought rubbing and talking to my belly could ever bring me so much joy and love, but it does. She does. _______ Photo: @brolinger
- 26 weeks. My husband began capturing my pregnancy bump progress with a series of home photo shoots. At first we loved doing them, but now it's become like a job. I'm just not as enthused; actually, I never was. It's not easy to embrace a big ole belly, despite the beautiful and loving creation that is happening in there. Between feeling like a fatty, constant bloat and gas discomfort, ligament pains, and seeing your tummy take strange shapes (especially once your intestines find a new home) -- didn't always make me feel happy. Pregnancy is not always peachy keen. It can make you feel horrible inside and out. _______________ But there's always a light at the end of that trying hormonal tunnel... I'm thankful for all the support I get from my friends and family, my sister-in-laws who I always bombard with questions, and most importantly, my awesome husband. He always knows how to make me feel beautiful when I'm at my worst. He reminds me of how awesome this transformation is and what it means to him, to us. If it wasn't for him, our pregnancy progress photos would have ended a loooong time ago. I'm not one that lacks confidence, needs encouragement or gets all in a huff over little things; but now pregnancy, that's a whole different game. One in which you can't always control everything (especially them emotions). ____________________________________ Yesterday we took our 26 weeks photos, and I loved every bit of it. Even did some funny outtakes. Our little human was kicking throughout the entire process, so I think she was having fun too (she was probably laughing at Daddy's "directing" voice / talk). While the photo shoot still feels like a job, I love this little bellyboo who just keeps getting bigger and rounder. Never thought rubbing and talking to my belly could ever bring me so much joy and love, but it does. She does. _______ Photo: @brolinger

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