A (no longer) Pregnant Pause

A week ago, someone we waited what felt like an awfully long time to meet, arrived safe and sound. She is very small, looks a lot like her Dad and is solely and wonderfully responsible for an ongoing retreat into a baby-scented cocoon. I don’t know when next I will write something for this space – hopefully rather soon. I do know that there will be plenty to write about as we find our feet and adjust to being a new family of three.

You can find me over at Young Germany this month, where the topic of conversation is internships in Germany – How to Find an Internship in Germany and Interning in Germany: The Basics – and I was recently over at Daily Life talking about my husband’s decision to take my surname. 

So, I will see you all soon, just not for a little while.

Macht’s gut.

21 thoughts on “A (no longer) Pregnant Pause

  1. Congratulations, Liv, to you and your husband, and a very big welcome to your delightful daughter…. You are doing well to be able to take the time to announce the birth in just a week!
    Look forward to following her progress… and yours as a family of three! Exciting times aheaf.

  2. Big congratulations on the arrival of your little girl! What great news! Enjoy the baby cocoon and the first wonderful and chaotic weeks! I remember it was a feeling like being freshly &
    madly in love and jet-lagged at the same time. All the best for the three of you x

  3. Congratulations all & good job Mama Liv on a safe delivery. It is such a delirious, sleep deprived, magical & love-filled time. Enjoy!

  4. With tear trying to break out of my eyes I say God Bless You and Congratulations. It is always the part of Life that holds the most beautiful moments of what we know is our purpose and meaning of Life. Great job. I am so happy for you
    Love and Thoughts

  5. Those socks are quite sweet, aren’t they. Perhaps the two pairs of socks indicates further ‘Nachwuchs’!? (yes, !? is a blasphemy, but who cares) Have fun with your sprog (s)… sprog sounds awful, it’s just slang, though.

  6. Congratulations on the birth of your little lady. My son is a week or so older by the looks of things. I hope you’re enjoying every minute with her.

    I’ve been directed to your blog in a comment on another blog (still with me?) and thought I’d check you out because my husband and I are moving to Germany next year. It’ll be country number 7 for us, and our second with a baby, but our first time back in Europe for some time (Russia doesn’t count in my books!) so I’m keen to get ahead of the game by having a nose at blogs written by expats in Germany.

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