Hello everyone and welcome to another post!

Today we will be talking about the birds and the bees.

Just kidding, but I thought I’d pop on here and talk about Mike and I’s thoughts about expanding our family with a little bundle of joy.

As you may already know last May I found out I was pregnant and 4 months later in August I lost the baby. I think we will always call that baby Baby # 1.

I was told by my OB that we should wait a minimum of 3 mensural periods before trying to conceive Baby # 2 so my body would be healthy enough to support a pregnancy to full term. In other words I needed to allow my body enough time to replenish my blood supply because at a birth of any kind there is a lot of blood loss; and I needed to lose a little weight because I gained some while I was expecting.

Anyway, enough of all that TMI.

I am pleased to announce that we are expecting a new addition to our family… In 2021.


Obviously, 2019 will be dedicated to getting healthy and debt reduction. I have sort of been on a health journey since October of last year, and it was part of my New Years resolutions to continue that journey so I can have a healthy life, pregnancies, and babies. And of course we sort of acquired some debt when we bought the house. We also have some left over baby bills that we have to pay. Who knew being pregnant would be so expensive? Anyway once that is all under control, we will be saving money for our next project.

2020 will be dedicated to Mike studying like a madman for his PE exam and renovating the house because the previous homeowners sort of gave up half way. We have to take down three giant dead Chinese Elm trees, add in flooring to both bathrooms, put trim all around the house, add thresholds to most doorways, finish the garage (there are no inside walls), and paint. When that is all under control we will finally be able to start saving up for baby expenses.

2021 will be dedicated to starting our family.

Of course things don’t always go according to plan and we could end up with tons of kids (which we would totally love and cherish with all our hearts ❀️) before we are financially stable again and have a nice renovated house, but we definitely will not be actively trying to conceive any time soon.

If you want to read more about my pregnancy and miscarriage, you can do so here: Pregnancy & Miscarriage

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20 thoughts on “Life Update: Baby # 1?

  1. Congratulations! I’m so excited for you. Best of luck with your health journey and debt reduction. When I was pregnant with our first, we wanted to pay off our car before the baby came so I can relate. Looking at our spending really helped us.

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  2. Yay!! Congratulations on putting together such a solid plan. I love it!! 2019 for us is also focusing on a lot of debt reduction. Ugh how stressful lol. But I would love to hear more about your health journey along the way as I am trying to get my butt in gear to do the same! Again, so excited for you and what the future holds! ❀

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    1. Thank you! I also am not looking forward to the “debt reduction” part of the plan lol but I have a few planned posts about my health journey that I’m looking forward to and I’m glad someone besides me is excited about hearing about it. πŸ˜†

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  3. I’m praying for the best! Debt reduction πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ» I completely agree! I know what it’s like with miscarriage.. but I believe y’all got it this time!

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