‘Below Deck Med’: It’s a Girl for Hannah Ferrier!
Ferrier revealed her baby’s gender on social media, sharing a video of her tossing pink rose petals toward the camera. “It’s a…GIRL 💗🎉🌸👛👙👨👩👧👩❤️👩👼👶,” she joyfully announced. Ferrier has been anxiously awaiting the birth of her daughter. She and boyfriend Josh recently took a “baby moon” where they relaxed and enjoyed.
“Had an amazing first day on our baby moon @sierraescape It was peaceful and blissful and I can’t wait to go back in Summer 💗💗 Hope your weekend was as special as ours 💗,” she shared on Instagram. The couple also shared the perfect picnic. “Yesterday I surprised Josh with this picnic with the help of @grazeandgazesydney – I wanted to thank him for taking such amazing care of me and bubs and always, ALWAYS getting up to bring me snacks in bed 😍 The mums do the hard lifting in pregnancy but it was so nice to acknowledge all he does as well 💗,” Ferrier wrote.
Pregnancy has been a rollercoaster of emotions
Pregnancy hormones are at an all time high. “I just yelled at a self checkout machine in the supermarket. Now all I need to do is cry and eat some cake and my day is done,” Ferrier recently tweeted.
“Pregnancy is crazy,” she shared in early July in Twitter. “I just started crying because I put some ham from my plate into the [dog’s] bowl and she saw and then I started thinking about her thinking she was only worth the left overs and next thing I was crying and emptying the fridge.”
She even got a little weepy when she heard a certain song. “I had to pull over the other day because I got so caught up in [‘Where Is the Love?’ by the Black Eyed Peas],” she shared on Twitter. “Tomorrow my aim is to not cry once all day!”
Being pregnant during a pandemic hasn’t exactly been a picnic
Pregnancy can produce some strong emotions, but the pandemic took it to an entirely different level. “I’m feeling a lot better now. I think adjusting to your hormones and the world being in a pandemic at the same time is a little interesting,” she told Bravo’s The Daily Dish.
“Things that normally I would have kind of taken in my stride were making me really sad and upsetting me,” she continued. “Even just being in the supermarket and being over people and not being able to buy toilet paper and stuff, I would start crying in the middle of the supermarket. So I think my boyfriend’s seen me cry more in these two months than he has our entire relationship, that’s for sure. But yeah, hormones and pandemic at the same time is not the best recipe.”
She recently shared she was feeling better. “I always thought people were crazy when they said they enjoyed being pregnant but I totally get it now!! I am absolutely loving everything about it!! From the changes in my body, to the closeness in my relationship, to feeling kicks and movement and I’m especially loving falling head over heels in love 💗💗💗,” she wrote.