1. ninjalickingood:

    Haha alittlebitofdevilinhereyes

    lol working on it kid! Just a few more weeks!!!


    I can never stop laughing at this

    Lol dying

    (via pinupmermaidprincess)

  2. Transformation Tuesday! From a sassy 16 year old cheerleader to a 22 year old almost mama :)

  3. Lol I gotta say..

    I think taylor swifts new video is hilariously adorable! And the song is catchy haha

    I will admit I love her even though I still wish she’d go back to country!

  4. I am having a “I am way to pregnant for this shit moment”

    Why is it that nesting kicks in when you’re so gigantic that even bending over to plug in the vacuum is difficult?!?

  5. Talking to my husband about how I feel like a stuffed turkey today..

    And he goes no actually your a turducken.. A duck stuff inside of a chicken stuffed inside of a turkey..

    So I till my eyes laugh and say “babeeeee that’s mean”

    And he goes “yeah well you’re at least the the butterball kind”

    Lol at least I’m a top shelf expensive turducken

  6. beautifulmadhouse:

    Yes!!! Saw this image on Huffington Post. #breastfeedingsupport #breastfeeding #awesome #carriagehousebirth #doula #nursing #lactation

    (via babybuffering)

  7. draumstafir:

    I don’t respect the military, I don’t respect the police, I don’t respect elected officials. I’m not gonna apologize for not supporting and respecting people who willingly partake in and benefit from oppressive, violent systems. 

    Im sorry but are you serious?!? This is the most ridiculous bullshit I have ever read.

    I am sorry for what’s happening right now and there are individuals in each of these institutions who are corrupt and don’t deserve respect but to say you don’t respect any of them is absolutely hateful and insulting.

    Hate the institution, hate the politics, hate the men and women in DC who actually make the decisions but for fucks sake respect the men and women like my husband who put their lives on the line everyday.

    I find this so insulting and ignorant. My son will grow up to respect those who deserve it, not generalize, and always thank military members for their service to our county.

    (via ainsleighsmommy)

  8. I just went on a tour of labor and delivery!

    Wow Evans has a seriously nice L&D unit! I know that they just renovated a few years ago but I wasn’t expecting the rooms to be so big and nice!

    It really made everything even more real! Seeing the place that I will meet my son for the first time was amazing!

    6 more weeks!!

  9. My dad just texted me saying he wants to pay for a cloth diaper service for kayden for a year!

    We were just visiting my family for the weekend and I was joking around saying how I would only cloth diaper if I could afford to have the service that comes and picks them up and washes them for you because I already slack on laundry!

    Apparently my dad took that to heart and now we get to cloth diaper for free and I don’t have to wash anything! They come and pick up the dirty diapers once a week and leave clean ones!

    I have mixed feelings because I’m so excited we don’t have to buy diapers and can save the money but cloth is not something I’ve been all that interested in doing before now and I don’t even really know why.. But I’m excited about it now!

    All my mama followers do you like cloth diapering? Is it harder or easier than disposable?

    I’m excited but nervous!

  10. enchantingeisley:



    Ok, guys. We all see GoFundMe accounts set up for stupid reasons, but PLEASE


    This poor little 7 year old girl, only in the 1st grade, is being BULLIED by other children because of her issues.

    I know her mother, Trina, personally. She is LITERALLY the kindest person I have ever met. She runs a Facebook group for people with serious needs (food, shelter, clothing, etc) & she PERSONALLY spends at least 3-4 days a week picking up and dropping off supplies to people who need them. If any family has ever deserved the help, it is this one.

    So please… find it in your heart to donate. Even just $1 makes a difference. Even just reblogging this post to get it spreading around would make a world of difference to this little girl & her family.

    “Abigail was born with multiple birth anomalies - the second child in our family to be diagnosed with VATER Syndrome, even though it isn’t a genetic disorder. She has already faced multiple surgeries for issues such as a giant omphalocele repair, multiple hernias, tethered spinal cord release, cleft lip/palate, urinary reflux and re-implantation of her ureters, and received a cochlear implant.

    When she was an infant, we were told she may never walk, talk, or hear. She does all three and does them proudly! Her walk is a run, her hearing is near perfect with a cochlear implant, and though her words are hard for many to understand, she’s made huge strides in communication and we understand what she says to us!

    Her kidney issues are recurring and constant infection has kept her weight pretty low. She’s seven years old, weighs 34 lbs on a good day, and almost always complains of pain in her kidney or bladder area. We’ve had to use catheters to aid in voiding her bladder and kidneys of urine because the damage being done is approaching an irreversible stage.

    Abby’s creatinine levels are now at 1.1, which is high for even a full grown adult. Her kidney function for both kidneys is down to below 40%. Her neurogenic bladder is giving us a run for our money, but we’re aggressively treating this with medication and the use of catheters. We’re trying to avoid a permanent or semi-permanent voiding option, but we don’t know if it’s going to work. It’s embarrassing enough for her that she has bladder issues, and we want to avoid anything that makes her feel that more. She has been teased and has been the victim of bullies already and she’s only just finished the first grade.

    Abby is using catheters many times per day, taking various medications, and requiring multiple trips to the children’s hospital for her specialists and monitoring of her condition. The cost of things is overwhelming and we’ve had to struggle the last couple months more than we’ve ever had to before. Deciding which bill goes past due and what utility we allow to approach disconnect status is so incredibly stressful, but I will never let Abby suffer or degrade in her condition simply because I “can’t afford” to take care of her very important, chronic needs.

    It’s humbling and a hit to my pride to ask for help this way, but we’re a loving, caring, very GIVING family who pays forward more than we ask for. I run a non-profit type group on Facebook for families local to us to request things they are in need of and my children have learned to give and give without ever expecting in return. However, it’s time - now - that I reach out and ask for help in staying afloat.”

    This post doesn’t even have 20 notes yet. I see the most ignorant stuff get thousands of notes. Why not this? I guess you don’t matter unless you’re a meme.

    Thank you so much! I am really hoping that this will end up being spread around, sooner than later would be the best. Even if this only reaches 1 person who can donate, I can honestly say it was worth it. But She deserves to be happy & healthy, so please guys… reblog away!!

    (via racheljohnstone21)

  11. Mental health is not a game. This is not a drill. We need to help each other.

    (Source: lovelyandbrown, via ourlittlerhyme)


    R.I.P. Robin Williams, thank you for making us laugh throughout the years.

    (via baby-blueeyes)

  12. indianajoel89:

    Goodbye, my friend.
    RIP Robin Williams

    (via ourlittlerhyme)