We Lived Happily Ever After: The post that made me sick... literally! :)

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

The post that made me sick... literally! :)

Sooooo... I am making it public now! 

We are expecting baby # 2 here in the Hathaway Household!

As excited as I am, so far this pregnancy has been SO much harder than when I had June. And I was so intent that this time around, I would be the fittest, most healthy mommy, which would help postpartum me "bounce back" easier. 


That so isn't happening right now.

This time around I have had such intense morning sickness, while with June, I can only remember feeling nauseous once. Yep, that's right. I didn't realize how lucky I was to have almost no morning sickness! Now, June did give me terrible heartburn the whole pregnancy, so I didn't consider that part lucky. ;)

I'm almost in my second trimester (one more week to go!) but all I feel like doing is sleeping... like I make June take naps so I can too! Haha!

Anyways, I wanted to tell you all so you can 1) celebrate with me, and 2) understand why I haven't been as diligent with the blog, even though I have a zillion projects on my camera card. I mean, when it comes to sleeping or editing pictures... I'll let you guess which one I pick most the time.

People who already knew the news were begging me for a baby belly photo... so  this is my gift to them. I'm only 12 weeks, but I wanted it to look like an actual baby bump, so I ate a dozen chocolate chip cookies, inhaled deeply, and held my breath. Ahem.

So guess what I'm going to go do now... Haha! Hint: throw up or sleep. I'm hoping sleep.


This post is dedicated to all you wonderful mommies who knows what it feels like to do everything to fight the gag reflex, even though our husband's think we should just, as my two year old would say, "let it go!"


  1. Congrats on the new little one!!! Maybe the morning sickness means you're having a boy!!

  2. Hannah,
    I'm so excited for you and your family and looking forward to your future prego-blogs! Now the big question, will you find out the sex of the baby before he/she arrives? My husband and I waited and nearly drove ourselves crazy so I'm not sure it was worth the wait. (There was plenty of other excitement when he arrived early!) Of course, others believe it is best to wait. What do you plan to do?

    1. Oh, I am way too impatient! Haha! I like knowing so I can plan, and get everything in order. We are hoping to find out in 5 weeks! :)

  3. Congratulations! That's exciting news. And I know just how you feel. I'm 7 weeks pregnant right now (haven't made it public yet) and I'm feeling nauseous everyday. I haven't puked yet, thank goodness. I have a 2 year old and I'm pretty sure this is just how that pregnancy went so far. All food sucks. Nothing satisfies me. I eat because I have to, not because anything sounds good. And I'm not a napper at all. And I've been parked on the couch most afternoons, dozing off while my 2 year old piles pillows on top of me to jump on. Good times :) -Misty

  4. Hannah,
    Congrats! As for the being tired thing, I have been like that since I found out I was pregnant and I'm due in November. I wish that I could go pass out right now actually!


  5. Yay!! I"m so excited you announced it!! You told me a few weeks back and I've been so excited for you!! I can't wait for you to find out what baby #2 is!!! I'm hoping for a girl so I can send her and June lots of matching sister headbands from my shop!! Congratulations again, I'm so excited for you!!! xoxoxox

  6. congratulations! I hope the morning sickness eases off! wishing you all the luck in the world. jenny xx