I was scheduled to have a c-section on Monday March 20th. When Dr. Tran told me I was going to have to have a c-section, I was devastated; however, I eventually came to like the idea of having a “scheduled” birth. Greg and I still had so much to do before Andie’s arrival – finish her nursery, get the car seat bases and car seat in the cars, pack our hospital bags, write thank you notes, and I was planning to work up until the Friday before, so knowing when she would be making her big debut into the world – Monday, March 20th, at exactly 7:30 am – I was looking forward to embracing the time Greg and I had left just the two of us and finishing the to-do list stress free. I mean, Dr. Tran did say the chances of me going into labor with a breech baby on my own were very unlikely.
Have you tried Stitch Fix yet? If not, it’s pretty amazing, or at least it can be – if you make the effort to really connect with your personal stylist(s). It can also be quite addicting. A box full of clothes, shoes, and accessories that magically appears on your front porch once a month (or however often you want it to)? Yes, please! Okay, maybe it doesn’t “magically” appear (there’s like payments and stuff), but for your mom it could! Which is what I want to talk about today – two more Mother’s Day gift ideas with Stitch Fix. (For more information about Stitch Fix, see the FAQ here.)
Happy Monday! Mother’s Day is just six days away, and I’m so excited. Are y’all as excited as I am? This is my first Mother’s Day as a mama, and I told Greg the other day that it feels like my birthday all over again (haha). I may just dedicate this entire week to “mom posts,” so be prepared. Today, I’m sharing my Mother’s Day Gift Guide. I truly hope this makes your Mother’s Day shopping just a bit easier. And if you’re a mama, don’t forget to treat yourself. Seriously. You deserve it!