You may have seen on social media that we announced a new pregnancy! We are very excited to add another baby to our family. Raiden couldn’t be more excited and neither could we. This pregnancy wasn’t planned, but doesn’t change anything for us.
Baby Coming November 2019!
We are excited that this time around we are a bit more prepared. (Kind of a given after you have already raised a baby into toddlerhood.) We own our own house, have the space for a second child and already have a decent amount of baby items from when Raiden was born. Of course because I love to help other moms some of our stuff isn’t currently in our possession, but that’s okay! I know many other babies are getting to use some great products in the meantime.
Definitely be on the look out of tons of baby content coming because I may only be 8 weeks pregnant, but all I have on the brain is BABY, baby, baby! And that means I’ll be pulling out all of my favorite baby products to share with you all. This will include products for all parents as well as products that are especially useful for physically handicapped parents like myself. If you have any specific concerns feel free to leave them in the comments so that I can try to bring them up in future articles.
Is this baby 2 or baby 3?
My biggest question this time around is whether this baby should be called baby 2 or baby 3. I keep asking myself this question when talk with other moms in moms groups because as a family this is our second child, but realistically there is another little one out there that is a part of our extended family. She was born in my arms, but is being lovingly raised by another amazing woman that feels like a sister to me. We do view her as Raiden’s sister and loved being able to have them finally meet last month. So what would you say?
What do you think, is this baby 2 or baby 3?
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