20 weeks pregnant

20 Weeks PregnantI am officially halfway through my pregnancy! Hallelujah!

20 Weeks Pregnant - 2My last update was 4 weeks ago. So far, there have been more downs than ups. Yet, this may be my one and only time being pregnant, so I am trying to stay happy and positive throughout. It’s honestly not hard, not even when I have the worst migraine and backache, and I catch a smell that makes me want to vomit, all the while not being able to enjoy the taste of anything because for 20 weeks it feels as if I have a metal tongue. All I have to do is look down and think, oh, you are in there and are alive! I instantly feel better.

20 Weeks Pregnant - 3Let’s just hope that my husband thinks that I’ve been good about not complaining like I do. ;-)))



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  1. Congrats! Huge milestone for any mama!

  2. Yay for half way! <3 Loving your updates Emory, you look amazing

  3. Oh a massive congrats!!! 20 weeks is a huge milestone–I’m at 32 now, very exciting to see the light at the end of the tunnel;-) We’re also waiting to find out the gender, which is honestly what I’m most excited about! Best of luck for the 2nd half!!!

  4. So exciting, Scarlett!

  5. Congrats!!! Hang in there. Its hard work but totally worth it ;) you are doin great!

  6. Yea!!!! Congrats!! ♡

  7. G

     /  10/19/2015

    Babe, you have done an amazing job! I wouldn’t change a thing. I haven’t notice any complaining, you will be a terrific mum! Only 20 more!!!

  8. Emory its ok all you are experiencing many others have as well. I assure you it is worth every minute when you hold that babe in your arms the first time-hang in there. Cheryl

  • Welcome, friends! My name is Emory. I am a wife, mother of two (one earthside and one with the angels), and an animal rescuer. This is our life on the Canadian prairies.
    email: helloscarlettblog@outlook.com

  • I was intending for this video to only be in my stories. After watching it again and again, I decided to post it in my feed as well. I wish to never forget moments like these. Remy’s typical game of asking to go in her crib only to throw everything out of it and pretend to go to sleep. Or her new one- taking her rings in with her and playing with them (after she throws everything out, of course). She makes me say every colour before going to the next one. Then she stacks them up, gets out, and shelves the toy until we have to repeat the game all over again. I let her make her messes all while trying to spend every waking and spare minute with her. These are our days and rituals. I don’t know about you, but I certainly don’t wake up with this much energy.
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