I've been doing bébé's laundry and it makes me all happy and excited: I'm pretty sure every mom-to-be has this thing with little clothes being the cutest thing ever, haven't they? Folding them and imagining bébé in them has my mind blown away and makes me smile so so much.

Peter and I decided on bébé's first outfit as we welcome him/her to the world. I just can't wait to see him/her in this cute little outfit from La Queue Du Chat, one of the first brands I've fallen for when it comes to cozy and lovely outfits for bébé.
I've got a bunch of crazy cute outfits from them and it's funny how I know they'll always be so adorable and comfortable for bébé as I imagine him/her playing, sleeping, dancing, reading in them...

4*52/2015
bébé belly: 32 weeks, getting bigger and bigger

Shot 24/01/2015 on a Canon EOS 70D with a 18-135mm lens - 1/50 - ƒ/4.5 - ISO 160

This photo project is linked to the beautiful 52-project of Jodi on Practising Simplicity


This bébé belly is getting rounder every day! And sometimes, I'm wondering if it's not getting rounder by the day...

I love watching bébé move around and be so active: it's like s/he is dancing and I'm just so very thankful to be able to experience all of it. This week bébé has been very keen on showing s/he's here and on demonstrating his/her flexibility in the womb.

We've had a scan this week and the gynaecologist set the 4D on and it was so sweet to see our bébé's little features. I think s/he has a nose from my family's side.
Apparently bébé is using the placenta as a pillow and it was simply adorable!

The hic has started to happen twice a day and I don't really like it because it lasts long and I feel so sad for bébé even though I know it's not hurting. It just feels sooo long for such a tiny baby!

I think I've got everything I need to put in my maternity bag. I'll probably share a few photos as soon as I put it together. This is so exciting!

3*52/2015
bébé belly, 31 weeks: sweet and adorable

Shot 18/01/2015 on a Canon EOS 70D with a 18-135mm lens - 1/60 - ƒ/5.0 - ISO 6400

This photo project is linked to the beautiful 52-project of Jodi on Practising Simplicity.


I've been crying a lot this week. Mostly out of frustration for things I can't do anymore, like putting on my socks or taking off my pants. I know I shouldn't cry but tiredness takes over most of the time.

I've also been very productive and have almost finished all the laundry for bébé, I only have to wash the diapers but I'm waiting for the last batch to arrive so I can do it all together.

The nursery is almost ready: we still need to hang up one part of the changing table and find something to put away the books. We're loving how it all turned out and I'm waiting for more sun during the day to take pictures.

I still can't believe bébé and I (and Peter) have 10 weeks (or less) to go until we meet each other. The interactions we have is so sweet and s/he makes me laugh when s/he moves around.
I'm wondering if it's going to be a girl or a boy even though either way, we're just the happiest we could be.

2*52/2015
bébé belly, 30 weeks: loving the touch of his/her daddy

Shot 11/01/2015 on a Canon EOS 70D with a 18-135mm lens - 1/40 - ƒ/3.5 - ISO 0

This photo project is linked to the beautiful 52-project of Jodi on Practising Simplicity



I've always liked the idea of a 52 week project but since I never ever finish any project, I've never got to start one.

This time, it's different: our bébé is involved in all of these pictures and it makes it sweeter and completely doable (I know I'm going be one of these parents who takes hundreds of pictures of their child every single day and I actually think it's awesome).

1*52/2015
bébé belly, 29 weeks: responding to our touch and voice

Shot 01/01/2015 on a Canon EOS 70D with a 18-135mm lens - 1/30 - ƒ/3.5 - ISO 400


This photo project is linked to the beautiful 52-project of Jodi on Practising Simplicity