This is going to be short and sweet. I’ve been gone all day and I’m ready for bed, but quickly putting this up  for you all!

We spent the afternoon at my mother in law’s house. She is blessed to live in the country and it’s always nice to go and enjoy some wide open space.

Baby is doing well, still moving around, but not as much since we are at the end. I’m feeling very ready, but baby gets to make that decision of when to come!

I french braided my hair and then put it up using a large flexi clip. The Kaleidoscope Flexi Clip has such fun colors and a cute centerpiece, I love wearing it when I wear blue because it gives a nice pop of color!

What I Wore

Skirt – Similar one at Motherhood Maternity

Shirt – Motherhood Maternity

Sandals – Zulily

Flexi Clip –  Kaleidoscope Flexi Clip

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10 Comments on Modest Monday and a Link Up!

  1. You look so wonderful!!! Beautiful outfit and how nice to get out of the city every once in a while. I notice that you only mention your mother-in-law. Have you and your husband both lost a parent? Too young!!

    • My mom passed away 8 years ago from Lupus that went into her brain. 🙁 I miss her SO much! My dad remarried but they live four hours away from us, so we only do weekend visits every once in awhile. My in-laws are divorced, so we mainly see my mother-in-law.

  2. That’s a beautiful outfit and how quickly time flies! Wishing you a safe delivery and thank goodness for parents and in-laws! My parents help my hubby and I with my son and it’s not even the help that’s exciting but just having a tribe! Happy Monday and wishing you a good weekend!

    Maureen |

  3. Hi, Caroline. I accidentally posted a link to a comment instead of to the actual post. It is No. 85 – The Cotton Apron. I can’t find a way to delete it. If you could help me out by doing that, I’d appreciate it. It won’t make sense to your readers as it is. Sorry for the inconvenience. :-/

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