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FEATURED LISTING | 1010 OLD BRIDGE ROAD

1010 Old Bride Rd., Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, 29572

This luxurious, steel-framed constructed, four bedroom, four and a half bath, Mediterranean style home is located in the private and highly desired neighborhood of The Forest at Briarcliffe. Featuring 150 feet on the Intra-Coastal Waterway, this home is one of the few in our area that boasts this much footage on the waterfront. Vaulted and towering ceilings are featured throughout, in addition to a plethora of windows for maximizing waterway views.

Stainless steel appliances, granite, oversized crown moulding, and custom woodwork – this home exemplifies modern luxury. If you are searching for luxury on the waterway, with privacy, no HOA fees, a spot for a 100+ foot yacht parked in your backyard, shopping, entertainment, and the beach, this is it!!!

Contact me to see this beautiful property!

WHAT YOU REALLY NEED TO REGISTER FOR

*NOTE: All babies are different. Register for what YOU think YOU want your child to have. Just keep in mind they will probably hate/won’t use or need half of it. 

As far as WHERE to register: Babylist seemed like a good idea but I did not at all enjoy my experience with them. Returns were a nightmare, shipping took forever, and I really wish I had just registered locally. My advice: register at Bed Bath & Beyond, Target, and a locally owned baby shop. Mostly, register somewhere you can RETURN allllllll the stuff your tiny human doesn’t use.

Here’s what we ACTUALLY use/needed/wish we’d registered for:

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  1. The Rock n Play: I cannot preach enough about how life-changing this thing has been. It is literally the ONLY thing he will sleep in other than our arms. We love this one for night sleep because, well, it’s the one we had first! But now it’s the only thing we use in our room… we actually ended up getting two — it prevents us from constantly moving it back and forth between our bedroom and the living room.
  2. An activity gym: this Skip Hop one is great for tummy time, staring at the light show, and it just looks cute. I highly recommend an activity gym with lights AND music… it’s like a baby entertainment center.
  3. Pajamas with foldover hands: we did not have ANY of these and ended up buying a ton once we got home from the hospital. (Thank you Target pick up!) Footie pajamas are also wonderful but the gowns are super helpful for mid-night diaper changes, by the time I found these amazing knotted gowns from Lou Lou & Company  Hudson was too big for them. But I would have LOVED to had them!!!
  4. Baby washcloths and hooded towels: again, something you don’t need to spend a fortune on but you REALLY DO NEED 1000 baby washcloths because you use about 20 per bath. Or I do at least. Because I watched a YouTube video on how to bathe my child and I’m a insane.
  5. Different kinds of bottles/pacifiers
  6. Make sure you have diapers and wipes but don’t get too many because they may not be the size you expect them to be. Hudson skipped newborn diapers completely and we had them organized and stored all over our house and didn’t get to use any of them.
  7. Swaddle to take him home in: I’m mildly obsessed with all things Copper Pearl so this ultra-luxe swaddle is the perfect “take home” blanket and swaddle. Go ahead and buy the hat too… just in case they have a cone head.

BUMPDATE: 33 WEEKS

Little man is super active, he gears up at exactly 7:50 every single night and I laugh every time. Actually WATCHING him move is the weirdest/most amazing thing ever. It’s hard to believe that I’m growing an actual human, I don’t think it has fully hit either of us yet, I don’t know if it will truly feel real until he is actually in our arms.

HOW I’M FEELING: Heartburn is still a daily battle, I am having a little more difficulty sleeping because he wants to party around 3am and I have to pee every 45 minutes, but I am physically fine. Getting slower, and possibly need help getting out of the bathtub, but fine.

MOVEMENT:  I love that I can SEE him move now, and he definitely not a quiet presence. Our OB told us he was officially in the head down position and that was semi-alarming because I realized there was actually a HEAD IN MY BODY. Pregnancy is so weird y’all, so weird! (Like, my Bump app told me he was peeing in me!!!! WTF!)

SIZE:  He is currently the size of a stalk of celery!

CRAVINGS: This is a strange one but I am ALL about some milk right now — paired with some Tollhouse straight-from-the-oven cookies, of course, but the milk is really the best part. And I am so not a milk girl so I’m calling it a craving.

BELLY BUTTON: Is hanging on for dear life but still semi-visible.

WEIRDEST THING THIS WEEK: You know that feeling when you fall asleep but instantly wake yourself up and jump a little? This tiny human totally did that earlier this week and it was by far the weirdest (but also wonderful) feeling I have had this entire pregnancy!

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