We are in the middle of a heatwave here in the Bay Area and it kinda sucks. Although, honestly it's not that bad because there is no humidity and I have air con, but right now I generate so much internal heat that I need no environmental help staying warm. And of course, I'm ill prepared for high temperatures as the bulk of my maternity clothes are jeans and other things that are make me sweat through my deodorant by just looking at them. So today I hit the mall in search of maternity dresses that would provide a bit of summer relief and would possibly still be flattering on my new weirdly shaped body.
Of course, I figured my stomach would be the big hurdle when clothes shopping but I was wrong. Dear internet, let me introduce you to my boobs:
Holy crap, they need to stop growing. When I put on tops and dresses you can hear the fabric screaming as it struggles to hold them in. That dress was cute, but I had to go up two sizes to get it to fit in the breast region. I bought it despite that, figuring that surely my stomach is bound to catch up with my giant breasts at some point and until then it'll just be a less flattering dress. It's funny how pregnancy combined with extreme heat changes your clothing standards.
And speaking of clothes, look at what I also bought over the weekend:
I really need to stop going to Janie and Jack because between those two jackets and the hoodie that I bought, I'm making myself sick with the cuteness.
And finally, to totally change the topic of this post, when do you call it quit with Netflix movies? I've had The Holiday at home for about two months now, yet I haven't watched it. If I really wanted to see it wouldn't I have carved out two hours from my very busy tv watching schedule for it? But on the other hand, I put it in my queue so I must want to see it. Do you have a rule of thumb for situations like this? Like if it sits for a month, then back it goes? Or if it sits for a month then you make yourself watch it immediately? Because these are the kind of big decisions I am unable to make.