July 16, 2014

EOTD and baby bump update!

I apologize for the brief absence, I have been very busy these past few days with baby stuff, appointments, etc. In all honesty these next few weeks are going to be very busy as we only have 3 weeks until I'm term (could go into labor at any time) and 6 weeks until my due/induction date! Get very very close.:)

Anywhoo, thought I'd give you all the bump update and my EOTD today!

This week I am 34 weeks and starting to really feel the discomfort that I've heard oh-so-much about. Last night I think in total I got 4 1/2 hours of sleep before my two naps so far today, not fun. However, I know it will all be well worth it in just a few weeks, and I'm grateful I've made it to the home stretch without any major discomfort/unpleasant symptoms until now. We are so excited to meet our baby girl, and to cuddle her and spend lots of bonding time together as a family. Logan is especially excited to cuddle her all the time and "lick her until she loves him".:)
        Maternity dress from Old Navy
        Headband from American Eagle 
        Nail polish is Orly "Live Wire"

Now onto my eye/makeup look today!

I was so determined to do a sunset orangey yellow look today with a tutorial but my UD Vice pallete (original) has mysteriously gone missing. I'm quite broken up about it. So I was watching Cry Baby with Johnny Depp in it and was inspired by the main-character girls (I wasn't paying much attention) makeup, winged liner but still relatively natural looking. 

Products used: Wet N Wild Comfort Zone palette (the top right hand "browbone" shade, neutral taupe color), UD Buck (from Naked One palette), Elf Eyelid Primer, Rimmel ScandalEYES Waterproof Gel Eyeliner (black), Kat Von D mascara.

Today it's actually been really mild out and we're finally getting some relief from our unusually sweltering Pennsylvanian summer. I hope you all are staying cool and enjoying your summer so far! Come back to read again soon.:)


  1. Love your dress and I love urban decay naked palette!

  2. Thank you! It's by far my favorite for maternity wear, so comfy and soft. I'd say the Naked palette and the Lorac PRO original palette are my two must-haves!