Six & Seven Months

Friday, December 30, 2016

As I'm sure you know by now, blogging hasn't been at the top of my to-do list. It hasn't been for awhile, but one of my New Year's resolutions is to do something about that. With a new baby (who isn't so new any more omg what), being a stay at home mom, running my own business, and trying to run a blog while Michael works an average of 12 hours a day things have been hectic to say the least. Now that we've moved in with my parents to save money for Arizona, things are much less stressful. It is a dream come true to be able to do even the littlest things like hand Coco to my mom when I need to go to the bathroom. I foresee much more productive time in my future. It's no secret that I hate being alone, and just being able to sit in the same room as someone while I edit photos is a huge relief to me. So much of having a baby feels suffocating, and I don't mean that to sound overly negative or dramatic but something about just knowing that you can't leave the house at night, even if you wanted to, gives one a cabin fever of sorts. Needless to say, there is such a feeling of relief to always have my mom around. Anyways, being that CJ is almost eight months now, here are our six and seven months family pictures. December's were taken quite late, but I know I'll be so happy to have them, regardless of how late we shot them.










2 comments:

  1. "So much of having a baby feels suffocating"
    I love hearing real feels from people about kids. I think the other day I had a panic attack of realizing how much of my time will be revolving around my new baby the other day. It is pretty hard to go from total freedom to having to take care of a person around the clock. Yes, having a newborn really makes moving back in with the parents seem like a life upgrade XD

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