So today I just had to get out of the house. I was going stir crazy. Like, freaking out emotionally and crying in my closet stir crazy.
So my husband backed me up and met us at Walmart so that I could get some Christmas shopping done.
The baby needed to eat right when we got to the store, but I didn’t have the time to nurse her for a half hour in the car, especially with the other kids with me getting all antsy.
So I did it! I nursed in public, while walking around and shopping! The best part? I did it modestly thanks to my infinity nursing scarf
Make sure to follow me on Instagram if you want to score on some great prices on infinity scarves and turband headbands!
I am a born again Christian, a homeschooling mommy, and believe in wardrobe modesty. But here’s the thing…. I’m from California and I’ve got fashion in my blood. So I just looooooove wearing scarves to cover up low cut tops, and to add extra pop to casual outfits. But I also like keeping up with the trends, so my fabrics are caught up with whats trending now, and my headbands are turban-style, which allows 3 different ways to wear.
I hope you stop by for a lil peak
It’s been almost 1 year exactly, to the day, that I last posted something. On November 11, 2013 I posted a Trim Healthy Mama pumpkin pie recipe. Today, I come on here to share something completely different. Infinity Nursing Scarves.
They come in a many different fabrics, some are double lined, while others are single. Some have print on both sides, and others are white on the inside. Either way, they are cute, stylish and practical!
These make great baby shower gifts, and fit nicely into a purse or diaper bag……or around your neck! I even make matching turbands for mommy and daughters.
To see more, visit my instagram @munahscupake, or click here to view my instagram from your computer . leave your email address on the picture post of the item you like to recieve an invoice.
Today, and every November 9th, I am thankful for God blessing me with the opportunity to experience the loss of a child.
I am forever grateful for the miraculous events that took place in her story, and for the growth in truth I have received because of her.
I don’t feel the pain I went through the week we found out about her condition, but I remember. I kept a journal of letters to God describing my every emotion so that I would always remember.
Amazing enough, not one of those emotions I describe are anger at God.
I pray that this blog, Emunah’s story, shows up when other mothers are given the tragic news about their unborn child.
More importantly, I hope her story points to Jesus.
For those who are new, Emunah’s story can be read here. For another intro to her name, here you go: