Welcome to February, the word of the month is Fabulous (because it is).
Just to brush up on the definition, this is WHAT FABULOUS LOOKS LIKE…
extraordinary, esp. extraordinarily large : fabulous riches.
• informal amazingly good; wonderful : a fabulous two-week vacation.
• having no basis in reality; mythical : fabulous creatures.
fabulosity |ˌfabyəˈläsətē| noun
ORIGIN late Middle English (in the sense [known through fable, unhistorical] ): from French fabuleux or Latin fabulosus ‘celebrated in fable,’ from fabula (see fable ).
a short story, typically with animals as characters, conveying a moral.
• a story, typically a supernatural one incorporating elements of myth and legend.
See note at fiction .
• myth and legend : the unnatural monsters of fable.
• a false statement or belief.
verb [ intrans. ] archaic
tell fictitious tales : I do not dream nor fable.
• [ trans. ] fabricate or invent (an incident, person, or story).
fabler |ˈfāb(ə)lər| noun
ORIGIN Middle English : from Old French fable (noun), from Latin fabula ‘story,’ from fari ‘speak.’
I love the story of beauty in the image of this soon-to-be-mama. She embodies fabulous, she is speaking and telling the world with her freedom to sparkle and have some serious sass!
The stories we tell of who we are, what pregnancy looks and can feel like ARE SO IMPORTANT, in fact they are of mythic proportion because they are how we shape our world.
Legends, let’s be them.
*Dearest Sienna, thank you for letting me show the world your beauty. I’ve never loved you more! Little guy is going to mega impressed with how pimpin’ you were at 34 weeks. ;-)