1. What a beautiful post! I loved hearing about the sweet jeweler that gave you a replacement band for the time being! And loved hearing about how the pregnancy is going! almost there!

    tiana of l’esthetique

  2. Do you know the song Johnny Be Good? Well, your energy and positive attitude has me singing “GO, go , go Molly go”! You are close to the end girl! Go Molly go!!! Susan

  3. I felt round, too. Its temporary. You can do anything temporarily. Sending good thoughts your way.

  4. I know how easy it is for the scale to get you down (or those “you look like you are going to pop” comments), but seriously, you look amazing! And props to you for still doing cardio, I gave that up like half way through my pregnancy.

  5. I think you look adorable! I’ve never been pregnant, but I hope to be as active and positive as you are! A lot of women I know spent their entire pregnancy complaining about every single thing associated with pregnancy. I enjoy reading your blog because you speak the truth, but you are also embracing one of the most special times of your life. I really appreciate that! I can’t wait to use your fashion tips when I get preggers!

  6. You’re looking great! I feel like your pregnancy was exactly like mine, especially with the swelling and weight gain at the end. The good news about having a ton of water weight is that after having the baby you will feel dramatically better, and you’ll probably lose 25-30 lbs in like 2 days. Such a good feeling! You’re almost there 🙂

  7. You look amazing Molly! So close to meeting your little one and I can’t wait to hear about your first experiences as a Momma. Love your transparency, it’s hard to accept that your body isn’t yours anymore. All you can do is your best and continue to eat well and do what you think is best for baby. It will all be worth it!


  8. One of the most encouraging things I read recently about pregnancy was Anna from In Honor of Design, when she wrote about childbearing as allowing your body to be broken for the life of another, and how this helps us understand the love of Jesus better because that’s what he did for us. By having this baby you are doing something that is spiritually SO, so significant, for both this new life and for you. I think you are beautiful, Molly! Hang in there!!

  9. How sweet of your jeweler to give you a band to wear during your pregnancy, that brought a tear to my eye! There’s still hope for the human race, and it’s acts of kindness like that which keep the faith alive. 🙂


  10. You are looking so beautiful and radiant! I’m keeping you in my thoughts and prayers! It’s hard to believe your little one will be here so soon!

  11. Molly you look beautiful and so happy! Totally amazed that you are still hitting the gum! I know the feeling of just wanting your body back but you aw growing a beautiful little baby and all the pain all the weight gain and everything else won’t matter as soon as the little person is in your arms. I can totally relate to the pelvic/ hip pain. I was 20 weeks when my pain started and I couldn’t sleep anymore after that. I would literally wake myself up every time I needed to switch sides and every morning my husband would have to help me sit up in bed, wait 5 mins while the pain settled and then help me pull up. But I kid you not when I tell you that as soon as my daughter was born the pain was gone. I didn’t get a chance to get tested for GBS since both my kids came at 37 weeks but I was hooked up to an IV just in case and it really was no biggie. Just remember that you are almost done, have an open mind when it comes to potential changes to your birthing plan while in labor and enjoy these last few weeks as just the two of you cuz it will never happen again! xoxo

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