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Thankful. Grateful. Blessed.

Everyday I find myself reflecting on the past 33 weeks and I have so many things to be thankful for.


I'm grateful that I'm giving birth to the most perfect baby boy. I ask the doctor to confirm his gender every ultrasound because I still can't believe God blessed me with a boy.


I'm grateful that I have a 5 year old that cares so much about me and her brother. She's getting impatient waiting for him and it warms my heart.


I'm grateful to have been able to stay healthy - mentally, physically, and emotionally - to carry him this far. Making it 40 weeks isn't guaranteed, and my heart goes out to those who have gone through a loss.


Lastly, I'm grateful for my support. I've been blessed with family and friends across the globe, who have supported us in so many ways. I honestly don't know what this journey would look like without them. They've helped me so much to prepare for his arrival and are impatiently waiting for him to come.


This is a reminder to always give gratitude to the things that you are grateful for. Take time to give thanks to the things that are working for you and the people in your life.

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