33 weeks

Not much to say this time..

I’m fine, keep piling kilograms… waiting 😀 and crocheting:20190312_084326~2

Learning new patterns every week.

Ok, I will say that it snowed last night a bit, it was 1 cm of white this morning, on the grass and on the roofs.

And that mom wrote me that she bought some cute pink short sleeves bodies and one dark red cardigan for baby. Ok, so I can officially say that we have enough clothes for now.

Later edit: Wait! While watching the newest episode of Young Sheldon I remembered what I dreamed last night: someone had left me a Bible in my post box… It had white cover and with dark red and gold letters on it.

I opened it, it wasn’t really the whole Bible, just some books from it.. but I can’t remember which ones, they were from the New Testament, though. And I’m also trying to remember who gave it to me.. I know it was something like a redemption for some good thing I did for that person. Actually, keep trying to remember I do have “Corinthians” coming to my mind. BRB.

3 thoughts on “33 weeks

  1. gainile

    I can’t wait to see your daughter wearing all these adorable outfits!!! And love Young Sheldon, the whole family watches the new episodes every week. My son’s birthday was at the beginning of March, one of his presents was a DVD with the whole first season of YS. 🙂 Keep us posted!
    P.S. You can never have too much clothes for a baby 😉 (just kidding)

    1. Stefania Post author

      Happy Birthday to your son! 🙂 As for the clothes, my partner and my dad already suggested opening a butique to sell them when the baby outgrows them. :)) But the advantage of crocheted or knited stuff is that they can be undone and done bigger, so I’m planning to buy more yarn and adjusting them as baby grows.

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