When I first found out I was pregnant with Cohen, I signed up on Baby Center for their weekly updates. I loved reading about what was going on with my baby and body.
I also decided to blog about each week in pregnancy. I created list of them here. I can’t tell you how thankful I am for this. Once we found out about Cohen’s heart, I also blogged about that. I did weekly updates on how I was feeling, new baby goodies, baby kicks, doctor’s appointments and so forth.
Those posts keep it fresh in my heart. I loved being pregnant. I felt good and I fel......
t it was such a blessing. I think pregnancy is a miraculous thing.
I did the weekly blog updates with the twins as well, but I didn’t do the Baby Center calendar because things were quite different with twins! I did have a few sites I went to that would give me an idea of what was going on with the two dumplings I was growing. If I couldn’t remember what week I was, I could always go back and look at the previous weeks “Prego Mego” post!
I’d say in general I’ve always been a bit modest; not overly modest, but just a tad reserved, I guess. Therefore I did hesitate to post bare belly pictures for a while, but then I just decided pregnancy was human nature and I really did want to document it in my journal. Thanks to blogging, I can do that with words and pictures.
I did bare belly in the weekly posts, but here I am with the twins that I collaged...
That’s maybe my favorite thing about my blog. I get to look back and remember moments; I can feel them. I love to see my belly with Cohen compared to my belly with the twins.
When Knox & Sloane were born, I continued to do weekly posts for them, which I also love looking back on.
Did you document your pregnancy/ies or do you plan to?
Check out the Huggies Mommy Answers Facebook app and find more posts from bloggers sharing their experiences of motherhood on the Huggies page on BlogHer.com.