Moms, we all have HUGE, major, big deal jobs taking care of our kids. Raising them to the best of our abilities. Taking care of the little things like runny noses and scraped knees and taking care of the big things like surgeries and first days of school.
Not only is our job as a mom a big deal. It can be tough. It's hard to be sleep deprived, whether you stay home with the kids or not. It's hard being pleasant with whiny children, whether you stay home with them or come home to them after a day at work. It's hard work, raising these children.
We're all doing our very best for our children, day in and day out. And yes, it is incredibly rewarding to feel their little arms wrap around our necks. It's incredibly rewarding to hear them whisper, "I love you so much, momma." It's incredibly rewarding to feel so much love towards those little people that your heart feels like it could burst.
But it's tough. No matter what your job is, no matter what your title is. It's a tough job being a mom. It's a busy job being a mom. It's exhausting being a mom.
And without a doubt, we all rock.
That's what I should have said.
Dress: Merona - Target
And now I'll tell you how you can stretch your wardrobe to fit your growing bump. Basically, it's a simple formula.
Stretchy dresses + blazers or cardigans = regular clothes that work on the preggo body.
26 weeks and 3 days... not that I'm counting.
I am loving my Jamberry nail wraps! They last on your fingers for at least two weeks, but I've been changing them out every 7 to 10 days because I want a new look. They're just so much fun! Have you heard of them?!?
Necklace: Premier Designs Jewelry
I'm linking up today with The Pleated Poppy, I Feel Pretty, What I Wore to Work and Passion for Fashion.