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Just so you know...

... don't worry if I get MIA for a little while. Baby S. seems to be ready to make it into this world in the next few days. I had an appointment yesterday, he's ready, I am just trying to rest in order to delay it until big sister's birthday next Sunday. Wish me luck!

I do have a post scheduled for Sunday with my Pinterest Challenge update and another one on Monday announcing the beggining of another Refashion Month here in the blog. 


  1. Boa sorte Magda!
    Espero que corra tudo bem (uma hora bem pequenina). Bjinhos, Sofia :)

    1. Obrigado Sofia! Ainda estou por cá. Dps de um dia inteiro de contrações com dor, passei o fds com muito poucas. E só voltaram hoje e estão a ficar ritmadas. Beijinhos

  2. This is very exciting! Best wishes!!

  3. Hoping all is well with you and your little one!

  4. All the best for everything. I will be thinking about you. I hope everything goes smoothly for you and the babe, but also the daddy and the sister!
    Sandy in the UK

  5. Have a lovely safe birth- AND a very happy birthday to your other baby!
    Love to you all.

  6. All the best :) Looking forward to 'meeting' baby S!

  7. Exciting!!! Wishing you all the best, Magda.

  8. Wishing all the best, Magda! Looking forward to hearing good news!

  9. Thank you all! We're still here, after a full friday of contractions, they calmed down, only came back later today, they are 10 minutes apart right now, and V. wanted to take me to the hospital already, but they're not too painful so I rather wait at home.


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