About a month ago I mentioned that I had an exciting, top secret project in the works.
One of you guessed correctly, that this was my rather coy way of saying that I was busy growing ‘Youngling’ #3 (this is a cheesy pun to do with our last name – in case you didn’t know.)
Some little booties made by my Mother-in-law – I have also commissioned her knitting skills for a couple of other projects.
I’m 13 weeks along now, due 3 May next year (the day before my birthday), and am feeling good – emerging from the nausea and exhaustion that that first trimester sometimes brings.
I also have a few unisex baby projects planned too which I hope to show you as I go. (We are dabbling the idea of not finding out the gender this time, since we already have one of each – but I am terrible with surprises!)
One of these projects involves the fabric below, which I want to use for a cot quilt – I’m thinking of trying hexagons?!? Any suggestions, anyone?
I’m not doing a 12 weeks scan, and instead scan picture is a dating one from when I was about 7 weeks along – so A LOT will have changed since then. Isn’t it amazing how quickly they grow and all the parts of their body form? It’s a miracle really!
This is my first pregnancy that I will have shared on this blog, since I started this thing when Isabelle was around 8 months old.
I’m looking forward to sharing this journey of new life with you all!
P.S. I was trying to think of a more creative way of breaking the news on here – but I couldn’t sorry (baby brain?) … After all I don’t think there’s anyway I could top this awesome story! (It seriously made me well up!)