As the day approaching, we are counting down with a happy heart and busy preparing for the arrival. It really feels like the moment before the drop on a roller coaster! It’s all about excitement, joy, happiness, a bit of fear and unknowns! Hopefully, this will not be the last time you see us posing happily for a picture 🙂
Thank you for reading and your support throughout the journey, I couldn’t express how thankful I am to have all of you…
Have a blessed day~
XOXO Eryn ❤
It’s been 36 weeks now.
My belly is growing bigger and heavier. I started to have difficulty in walking and climbing up stairs. It’s especially hard to get quality sleeping time at night with all the movements in the belly, leg cramps and urge to pee…
And in those sleepless night, I’ll imagine walking on the Avenue des Champs-Élysées, hand in hand with Kelvin, wearing my favourite stilettos with crystals. We will visit Mona Lisa at the Musée du Louvre, sipping Moët & Chandon beside Eiffel tower, watching sunset and amazed by the glows of city of romance.
I’ll let my hair down and throw on my sequin dress, scooping chocolate pistachio ice cream while laughing to Kelvin’s funny jokes. And yes, we will go to Ladurée, tasting the legendary macarons in various dreamy colours and lost in the wonderful sweet smell of Paris…
Those are the nights I lie on my bed, thinking about things that I love dreaming about. Sometimes I lost track of time, life becomes fragments of dreams. The cute smiles you give me every time I open my eyes, like a child dreaming and chasing after those dreams.
I would turn my body a little and touch my belly, knowing that whenever I dream, the little one dreams together. Somehow I do believe, she would be a beautiful dreamer, too…
Thank you so much for reading and have a charming day!
XOXO Eryn ❤
The moment a child is born, the mother is also born. She never existed before. The woman existed, but the mother, never. A mother is something absolutely new. ~Rajneesh
This depicts how I feel now. After expecting a baby, I have come to know a new “me”. A “me” that has never existed before. I learn to deal with fear, embrace humility, endure hardship, sacrifice things that I love and pray at all time (not for myself but) for the well-being of my child. And I feel so blessed that this journey has been an enjoyable and truly blessed one.
Tonight when Kelvin took me out for a date night at The Fullerton Bay Hotel in Singapore, I decided to throw on my long sleeve jersey dress from MICCIMO.
To be honest with you, I’m very shy when it comes to tight fitting dresses during my pregnancy. I think the main reason is that most dresses I’ve seen look really tight, as if it’s trying to squeeze your baby so hard, and seem very uncomfortable. Maybe it’s a matter of finding the right design and good fabric, but for now, I have this dress made with 96% viscose to ease me into the world “belly-showing” designs. I greatly appreciate the ruched design at the sides and the silky appearance and feel. It’s demure~
To glam up the look, I paired it up with sparkling accessories and a black beret with netting for decorative purpose 🙂
I believe that (just like me) every new mother has this little “insecurity” about their changing appearance and blossoming baby bump. However, with minimal effort, pregnancy can certainly be comfortable and blissfully beautiful at the same time. And this is exactly what MICCIMO could provide!
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This Mother’s Day, let’s celebrate motherhood with love, joy, happiness and MICCIMO ❤
Hope you enjoy the pictures and thank you so much for reading.
Wishing you happiness today and always.
Today: Put a bow on your head ❤
While having afternoon tea in one of our favourite cafe today, I read this sentence in the newspaper: “When I was courting my better half…”
Then I wonder, why do you call your other half your “better half”?
The allusion then was to a friend so dear that he/she was more than half a person’s being. It often refers to your spouse, whom you think is more superior in terms of quality, comparing to yourself.
I kinda like this expression. It makes us humble ourselves and embrace the fact that we are not perfect and we need “another” half to complete us, in fact, a “better half” to fill in the deficiency and make us perfect. It helps us to honor our partner in life and appreciate what he/she does to make us complete, very often out of admiration and love.
Have a great day everyone!
XOXO Eryn ❤