This weekend we had a little staycation in Chicago which was just what I needed after so many months of feeling sick and just overall not myself. Thanks to grandparents who graciously take the entire weekend to sit, we had the chance to do it. We took in a Cubs game (they won!), slept in late and ordered breakfast in bed, spent some time doing our own thing – I did a spa day and he went to meet friends and watch a game at a sports bar, and then we met up for dinner and a comedy show. It is so easy to get wrapped up in every day stuff to forget to make time for your significant other – but man, is it important.
Adam was having so much fun that every time we face timed he was too occupied to really want to talk to us. We decided that is much better than having him be sad at home missing us, even though I admit I had a tinge of sadness that my baby is growing up too fast.
For dinner one night I wore my new ruffled blouse, paired with a culotte jumpsuit and block heels. This season I am loving all of the feminine blouses that I’m seeing – ruffles, tie-neck, pleated, or classic with pockets. I like to invest in great blouses that I can wear with a skirt or trousers for more formal occasions like work or events, and again dressed down with jeans for the weekend. I wanted to dress up but a preggo girl still needs to be comfortable! (Just a note – this blouse fits true to size, but if you have a long torso you may want to size up one size.)
Thanks for visiting as always xx
Top: Thanks to Nordstrom: Shop more Ruffled Options | Jumpsuit: Thanks to Tobi: Shop more Jumpsuits | Shoes: Zara (old) –Similar Style | Bag: Chanel – Similar Style |Earrings: Thanks to Kendra Scott