F/64 out and about again.
This time for a family session and the amazing Mt Stromlo Observatory.
A beautiful place decimated buy the 2003 Canberra bushfires.
It did leave us with some beautiful skeletons of the buildings though.
No siempre es necesario estar de frente a la cámara para lograr buenas fotos, está es una de las pruebas.
La luz es lo único que importa siempre. ¿Vos que pensás, se tiene que ver la cara o es lo de menos? Dejame tu opinión en los comentarios
I ate meat today by accident for the first time in 15 years 😭 I felt so dumb, but all is good, I brushed twice, did mouthwash a lot, and said a prayer. I figure we all eat bugs when we sleep and step on ants when we walk so really it’s not that bad 😊
Lately I have been staying up late, flipping through photos and just reminiscing on how much has changed this year. How did I go into 2018 pregnant and having a itty bitty baby who now is on the verge of walking! And how did my first born go from being in diapers hardly talking to being fully potty trained talking up a storm? Time sure is a thief and I can’t believe 2018 is coming to a end soon! I’ll forever cherish these moments of my babies!
Here I was a week ago, wondering what would come of the day. It was forecast to snow and the midwife had visited us in the night, after some mild first signs of labor, to check on me and the baby. I had returned to bed to rest and did so for a few hours, but we felt today was going to be a birthday. The day before was a new moon and I had felt anxious and tired and distracted and out of sorts so was in turn feeling guilty about my lack of connection with children. Thankfully, it was Saturday and my sons were home from school and things with the seemingly impending labor were quiet other than some ‘show’ and my body cleansing itself. I was experiencing contractions but sporadically and gently, and was therefore able to spend the day eating delicious meals prepared for by my husband, play with my kids, organize our supplies and baby things, nap, shower and dress, and even watch a movie. We had thought that maybe this birth would proceed similarly to how Maribell’s did, where I’d wake and start active labor but that wasn’t the case. The baby was presenting in an OT/OP position, so I did hip rocks and climbed my stairs, trying to get her to turn- she’d spend the day turning herself into an OA position, gently and slowly thinning and dilating my cervix with this pre-labor work. By the time our midwife returned to check on us that afternoon, I was fully effaced and 4cm dilated and regular contractions were still illusive. We decided that after dinner, she’d return and stay, given my history of precipitous labor. Dinner time came and the kids were getting into their evening burst of energy and this is when I began active labor. We started to time the contractions, which were getting stronger and longer but spaced apart but then close together. In one hour I had 20 contractions of varying intensity and length but notified the midwife that she should indeed return. (Cont’d ↓↓↓)
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