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bump : week 25












Thump-thump!  We have a little soccer player on our hands!  Baby De La Rosa has been kicking more often, and with much more gusto than the previous weeks. Most afternoons I am completely and utterly wiped out, morning and afternoon naps have been my only saving grace.  I've found that consequently, the lack of energy that has halted my yoga practice has now led to some weakening back muscles (okay, everywhere muscles) and well, whoever said you get boundless energy in the second trimester was totally wrong when it comes to making this baby. Erick has been showering me with back rubs and moments to nap and I couldn't ask for anything more.

I love my husband.

PS- being able to adventure outside again is just the cherry on top of it all!

WEARING: OVERSIZED FISHERMAN'S TURTLENECK SWEATER IN GREY BY AMERICAN APPAREL  |  PHOTOS: BY ERICK

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  1. So beautiful! And being able to play in all that snow looks amazing!

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  2. love, love all the pictures but the one you is so beautiful. you are glowing :).
    Saskatchewan and Chicago share something in common, lot of snow

    stopping bu from Jodi

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  3. Such beautiful pictures Kate. Sorry I haven't been around here for a while......well I have, but no comments! Have been loving watching your bump grow. Oh that snow looks like such fun.

    xx

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  4. These are beautiful! I love the pops of colour against the crisp white snow. Looks like so much fun, too!

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  5. Stunning! Your photography is seriously otherworldly. I love your bump series so much!

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  6. I can relate! The second time around, especially while chasing around a toddler, does NOT increase your energy in that second trimester. Get as much rest as you can, muma! You deserve it. You are growing a whole human, after all. ;)

    That snow! It's got me all excited. We are off to Canada tomorrow from sunny, hot Australia and we're just about jumping out of our skins with excitement to play in the snow!

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  7. ah! i absolutely adore the shots of you with sofia!

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  8. Gorgeous photos! Seems so funny looking at your shots of the snow while it's disgustingly hot here in Western Australia :) You look amazing... like you though, I found it was a little further into my second trimester before I had more energy again :) Hang in there, before you know it, you'll be in a nesting frenzy in your final weeks xx

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  9. Wonderful photos! The contrast of the crisp white snow and your red pom pom hat is brilliant! I would love the chance to play in the snow with my boys right now.

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  10. So much fun :) now I know what in case I experience snow in my city.

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  11. take care of yourself, i lived at the chiropractor with my third.

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  12. Oh I love these pictures. You look glowing and stunning...very very sweet. Good luck lucky lady xx

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  13. stunning photos! lu.

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  14. sorry, I'm new to your blog and I just noticed your ombre hair, it's so nice, any tips on how you did it? :)

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    1. Just hand paint the ends in a caramel blonde color (bleach with a bit of toner), and don't foil them. I left them on for around 30-45 minutes or so. It's lasted forever, though I've been debating lately to go back to all one color.

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  15. You are looking so beautiful, and I love these photos as always. You are both amazing photographers, Kate.
    Ronnie xo

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  16. Love these pictures, You are such a glowing Mama! and your coat is amazing! xo

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