Out With The Old, In With The New: Goodbye Being Pregnant, Hello Disney Baby!

It’s a bittersweet moment right now. After 230 posts and 8 months, I am sad to say this is my last post for Being Pregnant. And yes, my husband just asked if I was crying as I typed this. 

It feels like yesterday I was writing the first one. And it was life changing. Okay – maybe it won’t be my last last one since I do still work for Babble and might pop in here and  there for different things. So, I guess I should say my last regular post. I am not a big fan of change. I am not going to lie. But, I am super-excited to continue my journey over on Disney Baby. Yes, the lovely, inspiring, heartfelt and fun site that is full of helpful parenting tools, inspired ideas, mom-tested tips and well, of course I will countinue writing personal post as well.

While I am exicted for what lies ahead, I can’t stop thinking of the amazing friendships I’ve made along the way, my new Babble family {aka: all of the Babble team!} that I love and hold close to my heart, and all of my wonderful babblers who road along with me on my high-risk pregnancy journey and read my never-ending posts on Being Pregnant. It’s been one of the best experiences of my lifetime. The support is something that helped get me through those very rough months and it has been such a joy writing each and every single post. I really am going to miss it.

As of tomorrow you can follow me over on Disney Baby here to keep up with Grayson as well as all of my posts. As they say – when one door closes, the other one opens. I am thrilled to see what the new experience will bring! I hope you follow along. Pretty please? Don’t make me beg! 

Image: McKenzie Smith

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