Posted by Jalisa on Jun 23, 2017 under


Happy Friday my dear friends!

One pieces are such summer essentials because they really take the guess work out of getting ready, especially when it's too hot to think. I'm talking dresses of all lengths, rompers, and jumpsuits. They're all so effortless, creating a complete outfit with very little effort and most can be dressed up or down, depending on how you style them, considering the accessories, bag, and shoes you add. 


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Posted by Jalisa on Jun 21, 2017 under


Happy Wednesday my gorgeous friends!

So, I had a bit of a false alarm yesterday. I went in for my weekly OB exam and my blood pressure was quite high. My doctor took a few times and the number wasn't going down and so she sent me off to the hospital to have some blood work and tests done. This actually happened to me when I was around 20 weeks and all ended up being good. What got me a little nervous was when she said if anything we'll induce you and you can have her today or perhaps Friday. Wait, what?! No! I'm not ready, lol! I don't know if any of you ever been in a situation like this where you've gone into a doctors office and had some unexpected news, it definitely throws you for a loop! I mean, I did mention on Monday that we have nearly everything ready for, car seat installed, bags packed an all, but still


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Happy Monday my gorgeous friends!

So with only a couple of weeks left, there's of course very limited pieces I can still fit into; I've been forced to get even more creative than I have been throughout this pregnancy, keeping in mind that I've only purchased about 5 maxi dress and 2 maternity jeans. Other than that, I've been working with my pre-pregnancy wardrobe. I actually won this dress (yes, can you believe this is supposed to be a dress?! lol) at a blogger event I attended a couple of years in a raffle. Fun Fact: Every time I would go to a blogger even, I'd always win at least two raffle prices, don't ask me how, lol! Though this isn't technically a top and was classified as a dress, I'd call it more of a tunic. 


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