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26.2.13

24 Weeks + Soon Maternity

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With the heat of Summer beginning to lose its grip crisper mornings and cooler evenings are headed our way. With the change in season looming near I've given my maternity wardrobe some more thought. I'm looking forward to bright colors, scarves and 3/4 pants, boots and beanies, maxi skirts and longer shirts. These pants will definitely be making their way into my wardrobe as a staple the more the weather cools. They fit FABULOUSLY, especially in the rump area. The pants boast a wide stretch fold-over waistband that is kind to the baby bump while concealing my other bumps and lumps. LOVE.

We're officially 24 weeks. TODAY! It's so strange, it feels like time is FLYING by. I feel like crying out for someone to hit the pause button and just let my pregnant self BE and ENJOY. It's going by too fast. BUT at the same time, it doesn't feel new anymore. It feels like I've been pregnant awhile and it's all very exciting.

This little girl kicks and squirms on an almost clockwork schedule. Her kicks are no longer arbitrary little bumps and nudges, rather I can feel tiny limbs and feet and generally I can tell what position she's in. It. is. amazing. I love this tiny girl so much already. We are really really looking forward to having her in our lives.

I'm wearing:
Shirt: Anthropologie
Capri Pants: Audrey capri pants c/o Soon Maternity
Heels: Bandolino

23 comments:

  1. those pants look ace, and comfy! I hope you weren't chopping firewood before casually posing for photos ;) You look bloomin' lovely. Have a gorgeous day, sarah.

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    1. LOL I couldn't even lift the axe above my head. I'm such a weakling.

      Phil is my mountain man. He takes care of these sorts of thing in a very manly fashion. He takes good care of me.

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  2. you look great, love the bright pants!

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  3. Oooh! I Love Love this outfit!! almost nautical! You look Fabulous Talia :-)

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  4. You look darling! I especially love the bright pants. I finally took the plunge myself and bought some bright orange skinnies. They're so much fun! Time is flying by! I can't believe I'm about to hit 30 weeks myself.

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  5. Oh you are glowing! Jeans West has nice (cheap) maternity jeans and a whole maternity section on their website. They have some coloured skinny 3/4 pants in nice colours.

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  6. STUNNING PANTS!! They certainly DO fit you so well in the rump! ;)

    Far our Mama! x

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  7. Great pants! There's something so great about red pants with a striped shirt. It's like one fashion statement that will never get old.
    xo Deanna | Curly Adventures

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  8. It's a crime to look that good at 24 weeks pregnant! :)
    Btw, you were born to wear red lipstick!

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  9. Hehe I love your wood chopping background too - sets off your gorgeous outfit. I can see myself in a version of this very soon! Looking forward to maxi's and pants again too. Thanks for joining in with WW xo

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  10. You look gorgeous! I love the pop of the red pants. Visiting from Wardrobe Wednesday :)

    Have a great day,

    Lindsay
    LindsayJEveryday.blogspot.com

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  11. You look amazing! And I agree, time during pregnancy is flying-I'm 30 weeks pregnant and can't believe how fast everything happens!
    http://dcinstyle.com/

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  12. gosh I wish I had clothes that styly when I was pregnant... I just felt like a huge uncomfortable, unfashionable lump.

    You look fabulous!!!

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  13. Wow you are seriously rocking out your preggy body - I really never, never looked anything remotely attractive while pregnant. hot mama!

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    1. Thanks, Miriam! I FEEL pretty good this time around (I think I'm just used to being tired this time haha)! And my husband's compliments over my pregnant body make me feel like a million bucks, and I think it shows :P

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  14. Many many congratulations on your pregnancy Talia. You look so fabulous! The red pants are perfect on you!
    I'm 17 weeks pregnant with my second, and the little one is moving so much! Did you feel more movement this time?
    Zoe xxx

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    1. Yes! This second time around I felt movements as early as 14 WEEKS! Just tiny little flutters. At 18 weeks Phil could feel the baby move too! He wasn't able to feel the baby until around 24-25 weeks with Audrey, so it was all alot sooner this time!

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  15. love your style.
    and you are gorgeous, mama!

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  16. Stunning pics - the capris are gorgeous.

    I would absolutely love for you to link up at the Friday Baby Shower a linky party for all things pregnancy and new baby, Alice @ Mums Make Lists

    http://mumsmakelists.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/the-friday-baby-shower-3.html

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