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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.



Pregnancy

After over a year of trying, we learned in late January that we could expect to have a little Baby Garnish in October 2011!  This exciting news has already changed our lives in ways I couldn’t ever imagine.  

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Below are links to all of my weekly updates, as well as pregnancy-related posts both here on Daily Garnish, and as a contributor to Babble’s Being Pregnant blog.

Weekly Updates:

9 weeks 10 weeks

11 weeks 12 weeks

13 weeks 14 weeks

15 weeks 16 weeks

17 weeks 18 weeks

19 weeks 20 weeks

21 weeks 22 weeks

23 weeks 24 weeks

25 weeks 26 weeks

27 weeks 28 weeks

29 weeks 30 weeks

31 weeks 32 weeks

33 weeks 34 weeks

35 weeks 36 weeks

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39 weeks  40 weeks

To see what happened beyond week 40, visit the parenting page! 

Daily Garnish Posts:

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Being Pregnant Posts:

Your guide to those exciting nine months


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Ron Low     at 11:34 pm

Since you’re expecting, I thought I’d share something that many parents don’t know.

Circumcision is unnecessary and harmful. Your child will thank you for researching this before taking an irreversible destructive step (although hundreds of thousands of men are enduring a tedious mutli-year process of non-surgical foreskin restoration to undo some of the sexual damage).

The best research – if you can devote 20 minutes to learning about something that will affect him for LIFE – is to go to YouTube and watch the medical video Functions of the Foreskin.

The rate circumcision is now below 50/50 for US infants, and 95% of non-Muslim families worldwide don’t circumcise.

Good Luck,
-Ron

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Hillary [Nutrition Nut on the Run]     at 1:06 am

I’ve definitely enjoyed following Baby G’s journey :)

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Failing My Gestational Diabetes Test. | Daily Garnish     at 12:59 pm

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Week 28: My Pregnancy Journey. | Daily Garnish     at 11:31 pm

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Ashley     at 4:50 pm

Great page!!

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My First Prenatal Yoga Class. | Daily Garnish     at 4:15 pm

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Week 34: My Pregnancy Journey. | Daily Garnish     at 3:21 pm

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Kimberly     at 11:20 am

Wow! The amount of change from week to week is amazing when you look at it like this. Congratulations!

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duddes02     at 1:05 pm

Amazing pics. I can totally see where you “popped”

Wishing you the best!

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Penny     at 2:00 pm

I love this page!!! So fun and exciting!

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Gillian     at 4:38 pm

You could make a flip book with these pictures :P

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DCRunner     at 6:53 am

You have looked amazing throughout your pregnancy! You are such an inspiration and a great source of information. I just found out I’m finally pregnant, and I hope I look as good as you!

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Kiran @ KiranTarun.com     at 4:25 pm

I smile at each and every photo above – especially with the weekly updates! Cullen would be so thankful once he grows up! So many memories :)

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My First Postpartum Run | Babys First Year Blog     at 12:22 pm

[...] STRONG!  This doesn’t surprise me too much though.  By the end of my pregnancy, I was up around 34 pounds, most of which was concentrated in my midsection.  For nine months I [...]

Kelsey     at 6:11 pm

Hi Emily, do you remember what the name of the app was that you used on your iPad to help you track Cullen’s growth and development while pregnant? Thanks

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Emily Malone Reply:

It was a Pampers Diapers app, haha!

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Meeting Other Moms. | Daily Garnish     at 9:43 pm

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Mya Maternity     at 9:52 pm

Such great pictures. This is a great memory to have. You look beautiful.

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Trendy Tummy Maternity     at 1:44 pm

Thanks so much for sharing your journey. You look amazing… keep up the great work.

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WEEK 25: MY PREGNANCY JOURNEY. « All About A Little Munchkin…     at 11:28 pm

[...] week has felt like a weird turning point in my pregnancy.  As much as I stilllove it all, I’m getting to that point where pregnancy becomes a little [...]

oh, bother.: the belly bump shots     at 7:46 pm

[...] baby was. We’d snap a photo of me posing with the fruit or vegetable the baby was that week. I totally stole the idea from the adorable Emily over at Daily Garnish. You’ll see I had to get a little, ahem, creative in the fourth picture [...]

Todd     at 1:29 pm

Emily,you not only have a beautiful face,but you also have a big beautiful pregnant belly to go along with it!!!!!

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Amanda     at 10:47 am

Hi Emily!

I have loved reading your blog for the past couple of years. I’ve especially loved going on your pregnancy journeys with you! I have to ask, where did you find some of your pregnancy clothing staples? I feel like it’s so hard to find cute, fashionable clothes for pregnant women!

Thank you!

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Mini-Coop: Week 17 | The Cooper Family     at 4:11 pm

[...] really like re-reading pregnancy recaps from some of the regular blogs that I visit: Emily from Daily Garnish, Caitlin from Healthy Tipping Point, my friend Ashley, and my friend Melissa (who just put up an [...]

Pregnancy Update #2: Vegan Nutrition - my healthy chef     at 12:48 pm

[...] don’t look pregnant so really I just feel chubby at this point. I keep reading blogs (like Daily Garnish and Amalah) and hearing about how they wore normal clothes through their whole first trimester, [...]

Chasity Dix     at 6:16 am

Any chance you’re going to add your updates from pregnancy #2 to the pregnancy page? I like reading those too as I travel through my own pregnancy but they’re not as easy to find!

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