As I shared on Saturday, we found out that we are having a girl.
I am: a little bit shocked, a little bit excited, and a little bit nervous.
To ease the nerves, my mom and I went shopping on Saturday.
Actually, we were supposed to shop for my boy who needs summer clothes.
And we did.
But I couldn't resist a few white and pink things here and there.
First of all. I forgot how tiny newborns are.
How you can hold them comfortably in the nook of your one arm.
I know it's cliche, but it goes by so quickly.
I completely forgot about it all.
Second of all, I am getting more and more comfortable with the idea of having a girl.
My fears are related to having a teenage daughter
so I've made amends with my brain to worry about that when this girl is, in fact, a teenager.
For now, and for the next few years, I've decided that I am going to enjoy her childhood.
Making bows for her hair and probably slicking it so tightly like my mom used to do to me.
Seriously, I look Asian in a lot of my pictures as a little girl and my husband finds it hilarious.
I am loving how delicate baby girl clothes are.
I'm loving bows, and shoes with bows on them, and scallops.
I didn't think I would.
But I am.
Can't wait to see this little girl in these things.
Oh and that last dress. That's the dress hubs got the babe. I wish I fit in it.
Good taste, right?
He's a good catch.