Showing posts from October 28, 2012

Charcoal Shirtdress.

Today has been a good day off. I didn't do much at all. I relaxed, read quite a bit off my curent book, and slept in for the most part. I didn't even get to cook lunch, since the two of us and another couple (friends of ours) went for lunch out, to a steakhouse. First as appetizers we had caesar salad and a fried cheese dish - Albanania's version of cheese sticks. Then I ordered the lamb chops which came with a small wedge of oven potatoes, grilled peppers & zucchini. I also had buttered spinach. I finished it off with a Crème Caramel. Everything was awesome. I had a little leftover and I took them home. I simply heated them and just had them for dinner. Tonight I got to catch up on the phone with one my aunts, a close friend of mine and my mom, all in the States.

Now it's time to post an outfit for today. Once again for the second time this month, I am wearing this shirtdress. I opted for a more casual, preppy, yellow belt this time, simpler earrings that also hav…

My Baby Story: 26 Weeks and Gender Announcement!!

Good Morning on this lovely Sunday. I woke up fairly early considering I didn't have to worry about an alarm clock since I am off today, plus the time changed. We gained an hour of sleep. I slept a good 8-9 hours so I am good and ready to kick the day. =)

Speaking of kicks, I have felt the baby kick a few times last night and while sleeping, during the night-time. I guess the bigger the baby gets, the less room for HER to move around in. And yes, the cat is out of the bag. It's a girl!!I would have been extremely happy whether I was having a little boy, a little girl, or twins (I come from a family who has twins). But when I found out at 15 weeks, there was an 80% chance it was a girl, the motherly side of me and the feminine side of me became so emotional and my happiness went on an overdrive! We shared the news just with our parents and siblings and a couple of close cousins. We wanted to make sure it was a girl! On my next ultra-sound, she wasn't cooperating. Her legs we…