Today I am wearing one of my favorite non-maternity clothes- denim shirt and a grey maxi dress. I was surprised that I could still fit in it. It is funny to see my belly button sticking out so much. They say it goes back to normal after birth- I hope so.
One of my childhood friends from Prague visited us over the weekend. I showed her my favorite spots in Geneva and we talked about our lives, husbands and kids (two in her case). It is was very special to be able to spend time with her as once you get married, have a regular job and in her case a family, it is hard to see each other regularly. Especially, if you live in different countries. As a mother of two, she warned us not to plan anything (no one can predict what the baby will like or what will be her sleeping or feeding habits). Just expect the unexpected, go with the flow and don’t be rigid. Some people say that you will know what to do once your child is born, other (like my girlfriend) disagree. As you can see, I am getting more and more confused. Everyone has a different idea about everything around the baby starting with vaccination, sleeping and feeding.
She gave me a book called How to be a little sod which describes, day by day, the first year of a new born from his perspective. It is that type of book that you start reading and don’t stop until you are done… I just hope our little one won’t become a little sod!
Happy Monday and have a great start of the week! It is my last “working week” before my maternity leave starts, yay!
Denim shirt: ONLY, Dress: American Vintage, Bag: 3.1 Phillip Lim, Heels: Dorothy Perkins.
Photos by Alexander Ramp