1. You look great momma! I love world market- it seems like they always have the best and unique little finds.

    Don’t worry you wont be pregnant forever- baby will be here before you know it.

  2. I’ve never thought about World Market for things like scarves – now my interest is piqued!

    Also, I’ve been told numerous times that “they” (whoever they are) say that it’s common to be late for first time mothers….so I’ll keep praying for your little one’s safe and healthy entry into the world!

  3. Happy 40 weeks!! Come on… baby! Haha I never know if I’m spelling grey right. I actually had to write it out right there to even know how I spell it. I love J.Crew tees – they’re the BEST!

  4. Lauren is definitely the queen of the grey tee! This one looks great and you and it’s awesome that it will fit now and later. I’m trying to get several pieces like that so that I’m not throwing money into a 9 month pit. You look fabulous. Congrats on your due date! Any day now that little bundle will make his/her appearance.

  5. Congrats on 40 weeks! Even more important…Congrats on still having a sense of humour about it : )

    Just looking at you makes my back ache.

    You are a testament of positive energy lady and you look fab!


  6. I LOVE the scarf and gray shirt… I always spell it gray. I just prefer it for some reason. I don’t think either way is technically correct…. I think gray is the American spelling of it just like colors vs. colours, etc. etc. 🙂 At work I am the copywriter and use gray because most of the publications I write for stay in the US! Anyway, back to the outfit, so cute! And your bump is so adorable I bet you are ready to meet the baby here soon! I have never been pregnant, but I’m sure after all these months you are ready!

  7. The fact that you are nine months pregnant and still taking the time/effort to dress cute is completely, mind-boggling inspirational. And shame-inducing to me, a single, non-pregnant 22-year-old who still struggles to put real pants on every day. You’re awesome. And this outfit is super cute. And I want to be you when I grow up. I’ll be praying your baby out, friend!

  8. You are too cute for words. I remember when I had my son I went into labor about 2 weeks early, I was so BEYOND ready! I know you probably don’t want to hear this but Baby Stillman will come when ready, and it will be the most perfect timing for everyone involved. I haven’t made it to post office yet but I promise to drop off baby’s card soon 🙂

  9. Hang in there mama! You’ll be holding that babe very soon! And you still look fantastic!

    I spell it gray. And I love the scarves at World Market! They’re both cute AND affordable!

  10. Both spellings are correct! ‘Gray’ is the preferred American spelling and ‘grey’ is more popular outside of the U.S.

    Happy due date day! I’m loving today’s outfit. The scarf is so pretty. Hang in there Molly, any day now and you get to hold your baby! 🙂

    xo, Yi-chia
    Always Maylee

  11. Oh goodness! Scarf madness! I love all those prints 🙂

    So glad you found a grey tee! I think I spell grey with an ‘e’, simple because we spelled it that way in our son’s middle name. His name is Ethan Grey.

  12. It’s ‘grey’ here but then I’m British! You look amazing at 40 weeks! Respect to you, when I was 40 weeks I had long given up on trying to look nice, make up? What was that?? You look fab! Hope this baby comes soon for you 🙂 Found you through Shanna’s link up x

  13. I definitely use ‘grey’. It looks prettier to me. haha (Being an artist, I pay attention to weird stuff like that. Like how I think Toria looks better than Tori although it tends to freak people out. haha)

    You look gorgeous and happy and God will get you through this before you know it! 🙂

  14. I’m always partial to the ‘e’ version for some reason. The ‘a’ version looks weird to me. Hope you don’t have to wait too much longer xx

  15. You are so cute. And even if you aren’t feeling it, you look adorable. Also, I smiled a little at you talking about not thinking you would make it to 40 weeks. I wrote the same blog post with my first. I honestly thought he would come early. And that stinker was 10 days late. The longest 10 days of my life, I tell you.

      1. Came naturally, though my membranes had been swept the day before. My water broke in the middle of the night. It was quite the wake up call. But I was so happy knowing I was getting ready to meet my baby (we didn’t know what we were having either).

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