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    Emily Malone

    culinary arts grad. nutrition facts lover. vegetarian chef. marathon runner. country music maniac. failed dog trainer. barre fanatic. loving mama.

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    A Look Back.



Week 37: My Pregnancy Journey.

Each week I wonder how many more of these I will actually write!  Hopefully still a few more, but you never know.

How Big is the Baby?

All of my pregnancy apps and emails that tell me what fruit/vegetable my baby resembles each week have officially given up.  Either they are repeating themselves, or they are all just comparing him to a watermelon.  So I think it’s really just safe to say, at this point, he’s BIG!

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For a while I was actually consistently measuring ahead at all of my appointments (which explains the giant belly), but as of today’s appointment I am now right on track for 37 weeks.

How I’m Feeling

Pretty much the same.  I don’t really feel like anything has changed, other than the fact that it feels great to officially be “full term” and through that milestone.

I haven’t really noticed any physical changes this week, but I’ve continued to gradually gain weight, so I assume the belly is bigger!  Speaking of growing bellies, make sure to check out the pregnancy page this week – I updated it with photos from each week so you can now see the progression of growth all the way from weeks nine through today!

The only symptom I’m experiencing in late pregnancy that is new is some minor swelling.  It usually happens after I take a walk or if I’m on my feet for a long time.  By the time I finish my 3 mile loops at Greenlake my fingers look like small sausages!  Surprisingly enough though, even at 37 weeks I can still wear my wedding rings.

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I’m finding myself to be pretty emotional as the end of pregnancy draws closer.  Through all the ups and downs, and I have truly loved being pregnant.  And while I know I will love being a mother as well, it’s strange to think that this part of the journey is coming to an end.  It has been so long since I thought of myself as just “me” and I wonder what that will feel like again.  I’m also trying not to focus too much on my specific date, or drive myself crazy thinking “this could be the day!” as each one passes. 

Getting Ready for Baby

With the nursery all finished and ready to go, now we’re just kind of hanging out and waiting for him to get here.  I feel as prepared as we can be at this point!  I’m holding off on buying anything else until we see what he likes and needs, so I don’t end up wasting money on things we won’t use. 

I did however run into Baby Gap this weekend to return a few extra things we had, and discovered that all of their sale clothes were an additional 50% off.  There were a ton of really cute onesies that were only $4 a piece with the extra discount, so we snatched up a bunch of them in some bigger sizes that we are still pretty low on.

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I only got one thing in the 0-3 month size – this adorable pair of striped pants for $4 – too cute!

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We also snagged this soft winter coat for $10, and it should fit up to at least 6 months!

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I’ve been working on trying to get the house as ready as possible – just doing small organizing projects, stocking the pantry, keeping up with cleaning and laundry, etc.  All the small baby clothes are now washed, folded, and organized.

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I haven’t done much cooking and freezing of meals, simply because we have a really small freezer.  But we have had some very generous Seattle friends offer to help with dinners after the baby arrives, which will be a huge help to us during those first few weeks!

What I’m working on the most these days is just feeling mentally and emotionally prepared now.  I am doing yoga, listening to lots of relaxing music, and just generally trying to feel really peaceful and calm going into this process.  As a naturally anxious person, my instincts are to worry and obsess over details, but I’ve worked really hard these past nine months to overcome a lot of that and just live in the moment as it happens.  I can honestly say that I feel more calm and excited than I do nervous or scared. 

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I’m also trying to listen to the wisdom of all those experienced moms who have done this before me.  I wrote a fun Babble post collecting advice on what moms would tell themselves if they could go back to before they had their babies.  A lot of their advice made me cry (damn hormones!).

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Odds and Ends

  • Total weight gained:  28 pounds
  • Approximate weight of the baby:  6.5 – 7.1 pounds
  • Gestational age:  37 weeks and 4 days
  • Days until due date:  17
  • Doctor’s appointments left:  1

Fun fact: I have been pregnant since very early in January. That means I have basically been pregnant this entire year. You don’t realize just how long 40 weeks is until you are counting them down!

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For more pregnancy related posts or previous weekly updates, check out my pregnancy page

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Kayla @ SproutyBuns     at 7:13 pm

You look amazing!! And those baby clothes are absolutely adorable!

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Averie @ Love Veggies and Yoga     at 7:15 pm

“You don’t realize just how long 40 weeks is until you are counting them down!” <— Amen, sista!

And that's with a "headstart" b/c really they don't start counting til you miss your first cycle so realistically the "starting point" for counting is at 5 or 6 weeks usually I think.

GREAT SCORE at the Gap. I want $4 pants! haha!

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Lee     at 7:17 pm

I’m excited for you! So soon!

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Ash @ Good Taste Healthy Me     at 7:19 pm

I can’t wait to see your little one! Ahhhh!

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Angie @ Musings of a Violet Monkey     at 7:23 pm

You look amazing!

I can’t believe those steals you found at BabyGap. Crazy deals! I’m in love with the striped pants. So dapper. ;)

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Anna @ Newlywed, Newly Veg     at 7:23 pm

Hi Emily– I saw your tweet about getting a flu shot…do you have specific thoughts on this? I’m very early in my pregnancy (14 weeks) and have never gotten one before, but am now considering it…but some of the material out there scares me (mercury, etc). I was just wondering if there was something specific that prompted you to get one!

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Anna @ On Anna's Plate     at 7:23 pm

Hi Emily– I saw your tweet about getting a flu shot…do you have specific thoughts on this? I’m very early in my pregnancy (14 weeks) and have never gotten one before, but am now considering it…but some of the material out there scares me (mercury, etc). There’s so much conflicting info– I was just wondering if there was something specific that prompted you to get one!

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Emily Malone Reply:

Hey Anna! I have never had a flu shot before either, but I talked to my midwife about it and she highly recommended getting one because the baby will be born during flu season. I guess the antibodies that I will build up will transmit through breastmilk to help prepare him, since he’ll be too young for a shot himself. I was nervous about it too (always have been), but since my doctor recommended it, I felt she probably knew better than me. :)

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Katie KS Reply:

I’ve gotten flu shots since college … Have you been told to get a whooping cough booster? It’s going around here. I got mine when M was 4 days old (flu shot in the other arm!) Since it is best to get it while not pregnant. Unrelated but too lazy to comment twice, I recommend mealbaby.com for organizing meal delivery. So helpful.

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Erica Reply:

I think you should get it, since the benefits (especially during pregnancy) far outweigh the risks. I’m 14 weeks as well. Since your baby will be born in March (when flu is still a possibility) you will be passing on valuable immunity to your baby (since it won’t be able to get any vaccinations for 6 months). Not only that, you’ll prevent yourself from getting the flu while pregnant (which could lead to severe fever, vomiting and dehydration) which is potentially very dangerous. My husband is even getting the flu vaccine as well.

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Emily Malone Reply:

Casey is getting one too!

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Cindi     at 7:25 pm

The hormones only get worse once they arrive! There were SO many days I would be nursing my daughter and my husband would come in and ask why I was crying – and I would just blubber out, “I’m just so happy (or lucky, or in love, or she’s so pretty, etc.)” – that went on for a couple months! Haha!

Take all the help you can get! I had my mom here the first 3 weeks and then very generous neighbors brought in meals the next 3 weeks. It was such a relief to just focus my energy on her.

You look fantastic! So excited for you!

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Emily Malone Reply:

I am sure I will be a wreck. At least I know to expect it! :)

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Sarah K. @ The Pajama Chef     at 7:30 pm

gap was having a great sale this past week…i got some good stuff for myself for cheap :) you look so cute by the way!

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Emily Malone Reply:

No more maternity stuff for me, so I stuck to the baby racks! But yes, they had awesome deals.

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Erica     at 7:31 pm

Oh gosh, I just went through all of your pictures on your pregnancy page, and you have looked amazing (happy and healthy) every step of the way. I’m currently 14 weeks and every time I hit a new week I come here and check my progress/bump to yours and it’s so fun to see someone who has already gone through this process. Thank you again so much for these posts!

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Sarah @ w30     at 7:41 pm

You are radiant! And I LOVE the baby coat. That kind of stuff (baby coats, baby shoes, baby scarves … um, babies) are just too ridiculously cute!

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Emily Malone Reply:

Haha I totally agree on the baby stuff. :)

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Laura (Blogging Over Thyme)     at 7:55 pm

Those pants are so cute!

Have you seen this video?? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MsBMG-p1HDM I thought you might enjoy it :)

Also, Casey should write a guest post describing what the process has been like on his side of things. Would be very interesting to read!

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kdiddy     at 7:57 pm

How exciting! You’re in the home stretch now!

My son will be turning 10 soon. Tonight he let me hug him for an extra long time and I thought about how he used to look with his head on my shoulder when he was a baby. I can’t believe how fast it goes!

Your belly looks kind of low, like maybe you’re starting to “drop.” Are you noticing that it’s a little easier to breathe and eat and whatnot?

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Deva at deva by definition     at 8:07 pm

You are glowing! I love the teeny baby coat, it is adorable. I can’t wait to see Baby C in all of these adorable clothing all wrapped up in your arms.

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Georgia     at 8:22 pm

You are just looking so great, Emily and those baby clothes are too cute! After following you on this adventure all year, I can’t belive how excited I am for someone over the other side of the world…who I’ve never met…but I am! All the best for the next 17 days and beyond :)

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Haley S     at 8:25 pm

You look beautiful!! I can’t believe your due date is only 17 days away. Also, both those little shorts and that little coat are beyond adorable….I love baby clothes :)

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ashley     at 8:31 pm

You have the most perfectly round belly. Beautiful!!

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allispin     at 8:34 pm

i’m so happy and excited for you and i think the two of you will be great parents – i’ve been reading your blog for the last year or so but i don’t think i’ve ever commented yet – anyway i just wanted to say congratulations, and the best of luck!

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Erin @ Girl Gone Veggie     at 8:43 pm

Such cute baby clothes!! Its so weird because I remember reading your blog announcement that you’re pregnant and then all the weekly updates and I feel like week to week the pictures never seemed like huge changes but looking at all of them in comparison its so cool to see your baby growing!

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Marissa     at 9:07 pm

I’m loving all the cute baby clothes! Can’t wait to meet baby C wearing them and making them even cuter!!

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Michelle @ Turning Over a New Leaf     at 9:13 pm

You look so adorable! Long sleeves?! I wish it was cold enough for that here. :) I sure hope when it’s my turn that I’m pregnant during the cooler months. Silly reason, yes, but it’s true!

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Danielle     at 9:48 pm

I just can’t get over how absolutely amazing and beautiful you look!!

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Lisa     at 9:50 pm

I have loved following along with this journey – and my dear – you look and are amazing! Cant wait to meet baby Garnish in the not too distant future!

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Michelle     at 11:01 pm

You look amazing for being full term!

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Katy @ KatyRunner     at 12:06 am

WOW, you look great!!

It’s crazy that you’ve run out of fruit + veg (although, you might not want to think of the baby as being bigger than a watermelon I guess)

crazy to think you’ll be meeting your son in just 2 or 3 weeks.

w.o.w.

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Kari @ bite-sized thoughts     at 2:01 am

Those clothes are CUTE! I’m so excited for you and hope these last few weeks go well :D

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sam     at 2:31 am

I’ve been reading along since your first weeks (and following your blog even before that) I was at the end of my pregnancy at the time you started the pregnancy posts. My son is now 5 months old, how did that happen! Seriously though you look great. And now that the delivery is far behind me and (almost) forgotten I can almost feel the excitement that you must be going through right now. The moment when you fist see and feel your baby is just indescribable. And even though I have 3 kids already I still have moment when I just look at my kids and can’t believe I’m their mom and that I get to cuddle and kiss them whenever I want! Kids are amazing, and a blessing.

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sarah (the SHU box)     at 3:04 am

AHHHH i love your baby clothes. i REALLY think i’m having a boy so your baby will be fashion inspiration! ha. and, as always, you look fantastic! i’m so amazed you can still wear your rings!

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Danielle     at 3:49 am

Thank you so much for posting the link to that video! I’m 28 weeks (yesterday!) and was having a bit of a rough morning getting ready for work. The video totally made me cry but really put things back into perspective :) Thank you!

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Paula     at 3:59 am

Loved the baby clothes. So cute!

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chelsey @ clean eating chelsey     at 4:29 am

You are looking gorgeous as always! I can’t wait to “meet” that little man!

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Maria     at 5:16 am

Around this time, I purchased compression socks. They helped, I swear. :)

I’ve enjoyed following your pregnancy and can’t wait to meet this little guy! :)

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Hope @ With A Side Of Hope     at 5:39 am

You look beautiful! :) I have really loved following along with your pregnancy. I cannot wait until you post pictures of your little one.

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Sarah @ See Sarah Eat     at 5:46 am

Oh my gosh, the Baby Gap clothes are so cute! It’s funny, from your posts I cannot even tell that you are a naturally anxious person. You are doing a great job of handling it all :)

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Paige     at 6:09 am

I LOVE that scarf! Is that one of the scarves you bought from that lady at the farmer’s market?

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Belinda Reply:

That’s what I was thinking :) The scarf goes with your outfit beautifully and compliments the bump.

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Emily Malone Reply:

Nope, that one’s from Old Navy!

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Lindsay @ Schnoodle Soup     at 6:13 am

EMILY! Those clothes – just stop it. That little jacket and striped pants. It’s too much cuteness at once. How do you get through every day without feeling as though your heart will explode with happiness and love? Also, if I can find a baby ketchup t-shirt, I am SO sending it to you.

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Emily Malone Reply:

Trust me, my heart DOES explode every day. That’s what I can’t help but write so much about it. It’s amazing!!

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Laura     at 6:39 am

You look great Emily and you are right those pants are too cute, but I think I love his little jacket even more. We have to see a pic of little Baby C wearing them once he is big enough to :)

I have always been worried about what being pregnant will do to my athletic body and what it will do to my self-confidence in myself, but seeing the way that you have been so open and honest about you pregnancy has really inspired me and made me much more confident about having children of my own. You are a wonderful role model and I am sure you will be a wonderful mom as well!

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Emily Malone Reply:

I thought that the body changes would bother me much more than they have. To be honest, I have loved them!

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Nate     at 6:55 am

Hey- long time reader first time poster. You look stunning pregnant! Hope the last few days, weeks, hours go well for you. Looking forward to post-baby recipes!

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Emily Malone Reply:

Thank you, Nate! :)

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Dorsa     at 7:03 am

ahh still you are too cute :) belly is HUUUGE!

and I love that winter coat.. I love baby clothes in general, oh how I wish you still lived on the east coast so we could be friends.. sigh!

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Holly     at 7:13 am

Wow! Looking great as usual. That belly is crazy! Hehe.

Still wishing you the best during the rest of your journey!

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Jen     at 7:14 am

You look so amazing, and that coat is adorable! I don’t know why, but I have a feeling you’re going to go early. Can’t believe it’ll be any day now :)

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Heather     at 7:28 am

I read the blog the other day concerning watching “Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead” and wanted to suggest a few things to you. We watched that movie and followed it up by watching “Food Matters” which was AMAZINGLY informative. We also decided we’d like to start juicing so we did some extensive research on juicers. We found that centrifugal juicers (like the ones Brevel offers) don’t yield as much juice – thus, they are less expensive than masticating juicers. We don’t have the money for a masticating juicer right now so we picked up a less expensive black and decker juicer at walmart and a wheat grass juicer – (http://www.amazon.com/Z-Star-Manual-Portable-Wheatgrass-Juicer/dp/B0007W04AW/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1317306314&sr=8-6) The combination of the two works GREAT. The black and decker juicer was maybe 50 bucks and works great and is easy to clean and the wheat grass juicer ROCKS – it can juice anything! Clean up with that is also easy.
On a different note, I made millet and black bean stuffed peppers and blueberry greek yogurt bread… they both came out AWESOME! Thank you so so much – i am not exactly very domestic, so the easy recipes were wonderful (and my husband was impressed!) Thank thank thank you!
If you get a chance to check out a few more documentaries you may enjoy Food Matters, Forks Over Knives, King Corn (although a bit boring, QUITE eye opening) and based on your love of running, if you haven’t picked it up yet “Born To Run” is absolutely AMAZING.

Sorry this is so long, but wanted to get that all out there and Thank you again for your great blog!

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Stacey     at 7:49 am

Yay! I think it’s safe to say that we are getting excited FOR you! I keep anticipating the post that someone else will write to let us know it’s happening, haha :)

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Whitney @ cornfed in the cornhusker state     at 8:00 am

Awww you look so cute and SO happy! Enjoy these last few days before you become a family of 3 (5 if you count the dogs…like we do at my house)! One small suggestion…Take a date night soon with Casey. Go somewhere REALLY special and realize that it will be the last time the two of you have dinner alone without finding a sitter. It will be a great memory to have. Kind of like the closing of one chapter and the opening of another! :-)

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Jamie     at 8:09 am

Emily, you are absolutely radiant!

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Jackie     at 8:18 am

Emily, you look gorgeous. I can only hope I look as happy as you do during the rest of my pregnancy

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Nicole     at 8:26 am

I know that it’s hard to hear this right now because you might not be feeling it but you look absolutely beautiful. You look happy and your skin looks wonderful. You are a gorgeous pregnant woman. :)

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Julie (A Case of the Runs)     at 8:39 am

I, for one, enjoyed all your updates, and no matter what, there will only be a few more at most!

Love that last pic of you and the pup.

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Diana @ frontyardfoodie     at 8:51 am

You look so cute in your fall clothes!

I was on the same sort of preg cycle as you (found out I was pregnant first week of Jan 2010) so I feel you on the entire year of pregnancy. The first couple months aren’t much different (except the elation of not being physically massive) because the baby is so little and inactive. I loved that year though…and the next year of his life has been the best of mine.

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Emily Malone Reply:

Thank goodness my sister gave me some fall/winter hand-me-downs from her pregnancy. All my maternity clothes are tank tops and shorts!

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Melissa     at 9:07 am

Emily you are the cutest pregnant lady I have ever seen! I can’t wait to see pictures of Baby C. He is going to be so lucky to have you and Casey as his parents. You’re almost there and you are positively glowing!

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Avery     at 9:32 am

With each new post I always rush and read really fast to see if this is THE post! Haha. So exciting!

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Amber K     at 9:44 am

Another fun recap! Gotta love the last picture and doggy tails :)

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Hillary     at 9:58 am

Yesterday when you posted later than normal I kept wondering whether you had the baby! It could be any day now!! Anytime I come to your blog and don’t see a new post now I’m going to be thinking you’re in labor haha! Best of luck, you look so great!

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Emily Malone Reply:

Haha sorry. I was at a doctor’s appointment. :)

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Kristen @ The Concrete Runner     at 9:58 am

It will definitely be strange to remember what being “one” person feels like again, especially since being pregnant since early January! You look amazing as always! Enjoy your last couple of DAYS before becoming a family of 3 (plus 2 furbabies)!

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Emily Malone Reply:

You TOO!! :)

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Melissa     at 10:04 am

You look so awesome. I am so excited for you and Casey. Also I looked the exact same way pregnant at the end all just a big round belly. I have pretty much all the same clothes for my baby boy Channing that was born March 18 you will notice with not much to choose from in boys clothes they pretty much all end up wearing the same things

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Alix     at 10:08 am

You are truly stunning. You look so healthy and happy. I am a new reader of your blog and I find myself checking back frequently to see baby updates. Too cute!
I can tell you are going to be an amazing mom.

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Lizzie @TheWeekdayVegan     at 10:32 am

Every time I check your blog and there isn’t a new post since the last time I checked, I wonder if it is because you have gone into labor!!

You look wonderful! I love your scarf.

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Maryann     at 11:28 am

You continue to look great. Swelling is normal. Elevate your legs which I’m sure you do. Always love your updates when I can check.
I made your spaghetti squash recipe last night and I loved it. Hubby used way to much sauce so I will eat the rest. You are fortunate to be able to get everything ready for this baby. The clothes esp the pants and jacket are adorable.
Blessings each day
Lancaster CO PA Gal

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Emily     at 11:46 am

Every time I read your blogs now I tear up. I am so happy and excited for you in this special time (and I suppose I relate it back to me, and how I’ll get to do it in a few years time).

I really feel like you’ve grown as a person through pregnancy and while I’m sure you have anxious urges, you seem more able to control it. I think you should be proud of yourself: you are strong and beautiful, and are already an amazing mother.

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melissa daams     at 11:51 am

maybe while you are waiting around for him to come you can have your belly painted… it’s kind of an “in” thing here in the netherlands… like face painting, but for the belly. that’s one thing i did while i was so big and round – in the days of waiting, why not?!

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Debbi     at 11:55 am

It has been such a delight following you and your hubby through this exciting time in your lives. I think all of us who follow you are so excited to see a post about baby’s arrval. You receipes are great and thanks to you I’ve lost 5 pounds – not much but it was those last 5 that were so tough. My advise to you is rest, rest, rest and find some good late night shows you enjoy for those nights you may be up or get some good movies!

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Maryea {Happy Healthy Mama}     at 12:25 pm

You look gorgeous! Enjoy your last few weeks as a pregnant mama and get as much rest as you can. :-) Easier said than done, right?

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Linda     at 1:08 pm

I’ve loved all your pregnancy posts. You look absolutely amazing, and I can’t wait for your baby to arrive. The little coat you got is absolultely precious. I also wanted to let you know that I loved having one of the JJ COLE bundle me covers for the carseat during the winter. It zips right up and keeps the baby covered and warm and then you don’t have to worry about a coat. This is nice when they are newborns.

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Marie@feedingfive     at 1:50 pm

Emily you are so lovely pregnant, but even lovelier when you get to hold your baby, best wishes!

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Ella     at 5:05 pm

I love your preggo posts! I am 24 weeks and just looking for a crib – I’m wondering, did you go American-made?

Also, I just became an RD and started a blog, and would love if you would check it out :) EllaRD.lifeyo.com

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colleen     at 6:16 pm

Those little clothes are adorable!

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Karolina     at 7:56 pm

I’m pretty sure I say this (or at least think it) every week, but I can’t believe how fast the weeks are flying by! I’m certainly getting excited to “meet” your little guy. Enjoy your last few weeks being pregnant!

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Meaghan     at 8:59 pm

You are a true inspiration. I read your blog everyday and you seem like such a down to earth and happy person. I wish you all the best with you little one on the way.

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Christie     at 6:44 am

Once I saw your pic I thought, “I really like her outfit”, then (for some odd reason) was surprised to see the jeans were maternity pants. Not sure why I was surprised, but so glad they have cute prego clothes ya know?!

Those little pants & coat are freakin adorable!

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Amy@ahealthyandhappyheart     at 9:20 am

You are just beautiful! You could always compare baby to a pumpkin..that would be perfect for the fall :)

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Abby @ Abz 'n' Oats     at 3:04 pm

Your Fall colored outfit is adorable! :)

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kelly     at 11:49 pm

It feels like the time has flown by! At least for me, watching you experience this journey! I’m so excited for you :)

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Jenna     at 6:10 pm

You look so great! Love the fall-themed outfit. And those little clothes for the baby- too cute for words. I can’t believe how much time has gone by, so exciting!!

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Lyn @ Life Lyn Style     at 12:19 pm

Don’t take your rings to the hospital. You may not be able to wear them and/or you might not want to and I know too many people that had things like that stolen. Don’t take any chances.

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Emily Malone Reply:

Good tip – thank you!!

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