Now, Bennett is looking forward to welcoming her baby girl, who according to an update from her doctor might arrive at any point.'The anticipation of bonding with her - I feel like I have a greater understanding of that,' she said.'It might be because I'm now a second-time mom and I've been through the bonding experience before. It can be fun, terrible, exciting, hard — the adjectives used to describe it are endless. Hard to believe that its been well over a year since I sat down to blog.I hardly remember the time passing by, but I will admit that I missed writing.Bennett, who is expecting a baby girl 'any day now' with her husband and high school sweetheart Weston, struggled with an intense rash while pregnant with her twins.The condition, known as a PUPP rash, affects about one in 150 future mothers and is especially common during multiple pregnancies.
Until the mini people are old enough to get their own cereal and turn on the cartoons, there's no such thing as sleeping in.
I’m a feminist single mom who lives with her parents, but if you think that’s as hilarious as I do, we might have something in common.
I swear to God I’m not a complete loser.”I figured I should just get right to the point.
It typically begins on the abdomen and can spread to the rest of the body, as was the case for Bennett.
Towards the end of her pregnancy, the rash had become so intense she would sometimes scratch her skin to the point of bleeding.