Good Things Happen in Threes

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I peed on the stick on Valentine's Day. After which I promptly went outside with Fable and blew bubbles between tears and shakes and wtf, holy shit, wtfs. I told Hal the news in a card and when he cracked the envelope, I burst into tears. And then he cried because I cried and then we went to dinner at this restaurant where Charlie Chaplin movies are projected on the walls and spent the entire evening smacking each other in the face and saying "Fuck! Holy fucking fuck-fuck!"

We hadn't been "trying" but we weren't really not trying either. Pretty sure it happened on our anniversary. Art deco buildings are the keystones to fertility after all. I'm still in shock. Hence the waiting two plus weeks to break the news, here and elsewhere. Excited, yes, but also terrified. It's one thing to want a third child, quite another thing to conceive one and the guilt I feel for not jumping for joy has paralyzed me these last couple of weeks. That and the fact that I feel wretched, the kind of sick I didn't think was possible, especially after two nausea-free pregnancies. Sick and emotional and allergic to touch, smell, sound, et al. In short, I'm a disaster. Everything annoys me. The inner bitch I always wished would come out and defend me when I needed her has appeared with a vengeance and cannot be stopped. Just ask the dude I caught stealing shirt-fulls of oranges from our tree and somehow managed to tackle whilst holding a bag of groceries, my giant purse and Archer's backpack. (I'm usually eager to toss our oranges at strangers because they're so delicious and I like to share. NOT ANYMORE!)

The kids know I'm pregnant and are excited. I know many people wait before they tell their children but I believe in honesty from the get. This is as much their experience as it is mine. This is OUR family journey and I want them to be feel included, invited and welcome always, no the matter.

Archer has stepped up as head household caretaker when Hal's at work, tucking me into bed and administering me lemon heads (an apt cure for nausea I now know) like vitamins while Fable stands by as his assistant to administer me band aids on my face and hair.

I go in for my eight(ish?) week appointment next week. Estimated (via Babycenter) due date is October 23rd, or as Archer says, "My birth day and Fable's birth month." It's a sign, I think. Just like conceiving on our anniversary. Just like having unprotected sex once and, hi, here we are. All signs point to YES, this is right.

I'll be thirty years old when our third child is born, each child spaced three years apart. This is also the year of my parent's 33rd anniversary and we're already planning on naming this child Trinity. Just kidding.

My emotions are high octane forces to be reckoned with so if you could please keep that in mind these next few weeks I'd appreciate it greatly. I'm an insane person who hasn't eaten anything but saltines, lemonade and ginger root for two weeks. (Do you know how hard the Eat Well posts have been for me? I've literally been gagging through them because the sight and smell of food, no matter how deliciously sustainable makes me heave.) I'd also appreciate if you cut me some slack in the posting department these next few weeks. There may be days when posting a photo and some baby name ideas are all I can muster.

To recap. Are we excited? Yes. Are we shitting our pants scared out of our minds? Yes. Overwhelmed? Yes. Crazy? Totally. Already in love with our blueberry-sized baby-in-the-making? Yes, yes and....


*I just realized today is 3/3. Joey Lawrence whoa.


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Adrianne | 6:54 AM

OhEmGee!!! Congrats x 1000!!! So excited for you and Hal and Archer and Fable:) And oh so happy to have a blogger I love so much share in this crazy pregnancy with me!
I'm 14 weeks with our first and I NEVER KNEW how wretched I could feel. I'm so sorry that you're going through it too. And say "it gets better" hasn't helped me at all, so I won't say it to you now. Especially since it hasn't gotten better for me yet:( It's sometimes difficult to feel really excited when getting too excited makes you want to barf:) I hope the sickness gets better soon! I truly can't imagine going through this while having to care for two little ones. Glad Archer is so helpful:)
I'll shut up now. But not before I say one more HUGE CONGRATULATIONS!!!!

Kent Lassman | 7:15 AM

Maybe good things happen in fours. I had two singleton pregnancies with zero nausea but a twin pregnancy that turned my stomach inside out. :)
Big, huge congratulations to you and your family.

whoorl | 7:20 AM

Hooray! Triple trifecta tubular!!! So excited for you all. xoxo

signorina g. | 7:23 AM

I laughed out loud when I read the name Trinity, and then I realized I am genuinely HAPPY for you, a total stranger living in another continent. Because, damn, this is going to be so good. For us to read and of course for you guys to live.

Ashley | 7:28 AM

Congratulations, Rebecca! I totally feel you on the nausea. I am almost 10 weeks along with my first, and the all-day "morning sickness" is k-i-l-l-i-n-g me. Wishing you lots of love, rest, and a happy, healthy baby!

Miss Marina Star | 7:29 AM


I am so excited for you!

Gretchen from Brooklyn | 8:00 AM

So I know I don't know you or anything, but I totally knew you were pregnant already. I just had this feeling. This is super exciting news!

I don't think there's any reason to feel guilty about feeling a bit ambivalent. You're an awesome mom and will be to "Trinity" as well, but it's scary to shake up your life like this!

I hope your nausea eases up as your pregnancy progresses.

Elise Hanna | 8:01 AM

congratulations. (again!) :)

Unknown | 8:09 AM

happy for you, rebecca. congratulations!

Blair | 8:12 AM

Congratulations Rebecca! I am 13 weeks pregnant and know exactly how you feel. I was so excited to be having a second baby but then being so sick has made it seem overwhelming. I hope you feel better soon, the lucky thing is that the nausea only lasts a few weeks. I can't wait to see your maternity style! I will not doubt be copying it!

Stephanie Precourt | 8:33 AM

This is just fabulous happy news. So wonderful for your family. All my best!! :)


lesloo | 8:47 AM



Viktorija | 8:50 AM

Congrats! I´ve been reading your blog for -omg!- three years now,back then I was close to give birth to my second son Maksim and you´ve been pregnant with this feels like a close friend is telling me she´s having a baby!So excited for you guys.
Hugs from Europe

Jess | 8:56 AM

Congratulations! I'm glad you shared this on your blog - I've been a silent reader for awhile and it is wonderful that you shared your great news with all of us! Obviously, I don't personally know you but I just screeched out loud OOOO SHE'S PREGNANT! And then had to explain to my startled friends who I was referring to :)

Anonymous | 9:10 AM

Congratulations! It's funny, since I started reading your blog, you've always been a month ahead of me... Fable is a month older than my son, you posted about finding your new home a week after we closed on our house (but a month before we moved in), and yesterday I read this post knowing my evenings agenda was already penciled in for "working on" having another babe.

It was such a huge comfort to me to follow along with your last pregnancy, I can only hope I continue to be one month behind you this time.

And yes, I realize this sounds way stalker-ish.

jo | 9:10 AM

congratulations! Hope you start feeling better very soon.

makyo | 9:19 AM

just wanted to add my voice to the chorus of excited well-wishers. i've been reading your blog for a little under two years now, so i missed your pregnancy with fable. i'm so excited to read along as you welcome this new little one into your already amazing family. congratulations and best of luck to you!

mallory m | 9:21 AM

congratulations! such great news for your family.

Momma | 9:27 AM

Whoa! Yay, congrats!

Janelle Halverson | 9:40 AM

Many congrats!! I so feel for you on the sickness - ugh -I hope it will pass soon for you!!!

Amy B | 9:49 AM


Sydney | 9:51 AM

Morning sickness is often much stronger in twin pregnancies because of all the extra hormones.

Who knows?!

Lou Lou Belle | 9:52 AM

holy cowza! congratulations lady, i'm so happy for all of you!

Anonymous | 10:29 AM

Herzlichen Glückwünsch Rebecca!!!
I'm so happy for you!
Nina from Berlin

Maggie | 10:35 AM

Is it funny that the first thing I thought months ago when you posted your thoughts on a third child were: "I can't wait until she has that baby because I want to hear about the process of naming it!"

Congratulations to your whole family! Thank you so much for inviting me along in your journey.

Anonymous | 10:55 AM

Wow!!! Congratulations!!!! This is so exciting! I can't to read all about it! Hang in there with the sickness. Hope you are feeling better soon! - long time reader and huge fan, Eva.


You guys are the best. Thank you so, so much for your support and kind words. So much love to all!

Decor Addict | 11:08 AM

OOOOOHHHH!!!!!! How excited you must be and yes it seems it is meant to be.

hugz to you and your fam

Anonymous | 11:11 AM

So excited for all of you!! Hope you are feeling well.

Chrissy | 11:17 AM

Congratulations! I'm just a few weeks from having my second baby. :) You're a great mom. The world needs more Woolf babies!

Liz | 11:36 AM

BEYOND happy for you!! Kisses on your face (& belly)!

Betsy King | 11:38 AM

HOLY SHIT!! Wow! Congratulations!!!

Now I know why you have been van shopping you sneaky girl!!!!


betsy @ betsykingphoto dot com

Shannon | 11:50 AM

Congratulations! My other thoughts: as the oldest of three, I can attest to how much I loved it; I agree with Archer that Fable is meant to be an older sister; and I join in the chorus of commenters who can't wait to hear what names you're considering :) All the best and feel better soon!

Anonymous | 12:12 PM

Holy shit!! Congrats!!!
And congrats to your whole family as well---how exciting to be a family of 5!

Angie | 12:36 PM

Just wanted to add myself to all the well-wishers here. I'm so happy for you and your family. Your post made my eyes all watery, in a good way. :)

andrea.d | 12:39 PM

What wonderful news! Thank you for sharing with us!

andi | 12:42 PM

Congrats! Because of the power of three, I think this album must be for you: Joel Plaskett's Three To One.

He wrote this 3rd solo album at 33. It's a triple album ... 3 Discs, three booklets, 9 songs per disc (3×3), and the original release date for the record 24/3/09 was divisible by three.


andi | 12:46 PM

Congrats! Because of the power of three, I think this album must be for you: Joel Plaskett's Three To One.

He wrote this 3rd solo album at 33. It's a triple album ... 3 Discs, three booklets, 9 songs per disc (3×3), and the original release date for the record 24/3/09 was divisible by three.


Bless with a Boy | 1:03 PM

Congratulations!.. be so cool if you got 333 comments you have 233 right now.. lol I hate to change that. Or like 3333 comments.

Hope you are feeling better soon.

Jackie (I'm a 3rd child and we there are only 3 in our little family. My husband, son and I)

Anonymous | 1:04 PM

Congratulations!! Nothing wrong with needing some time to warm up to the idea, isn't it great that babies come with warning!?

J. Murray-Szarvas | 1:05 PM

Congratulations! Wonderful news, can't wait for the stories.

bluejeanamy | 1:14 PM

wow and CONGRATS!!

it's so strange, i've been m.i.a. from blog-reading for a few months now and just this minute thought 'what's rebecca up to? i wonder if she's pregnant?'

and this was the first post!

awesome news.

bryn | 1:25 PM

i knew it when i read the post about patience and the pretzel, how if fable can wait, so can you. i knew it! :) congratulations!

EMQ | 1:54 PM

Wow! Congratulations! Was there anything more exciting/terrifying/rad/WTFinducing as pregnancy?
I'm sorry that you're Having an unexpectedly pukey time. At least you only have one more month of the icks.
Yay! Babies!

Anonymous | 2:09 PM


Lori | 2:21 PM

Congratulations. Happy and Healthy 9 months :)

MommyLisa | 2:36 PM

Congrats! 3/3 is my grannies birthday.

Veronica | 2:38 PM

I love that I don't even know you but I am so happy for you :)


Much love <3

Unknown | 2:51 PM

I can't believe I didn't see this yesterday! I'm so freakin' excited for you -- congratulations to you and to Hal and to Archer and to Fable! Three, that's the magic number!

P.S. I'm pregnant, too! Due in early September. It feels extra special to be pregnant at the same time as you. Is that creepy? I don't care! Excited!

mamaava | 2:57 PM

congratulations! thanks for sharing the awesome happy for you and your family.

JCF | 3:11 PM

And here's a late to the party congratulations! Three kids is a barrel of fun (and pretty much a circus all the time!).

So what I want to hear from you down the road is what people in Los Angeles think of your having three kids. We also live in LA and are literally the only people we know who have three kids. Everyone thinks we're absolutely nuts. Which is funny to us, since we come from out of state originally, and everyone else we know back home has like four or five. Three seems like nothing.

Anonymous | 4:30 PM

Amazing! What a beautiful journey you have in store for 2011! Congrats!

koo' | 4:31 PM

wow! congratulations! it's clear from reading you for years that you're so full of love and an amazing mum.

Anonymous | 4:40 PM

I am SO excited for you! We are 16 weeks pregnant with our first, and reading your blog and book over the past year has gotten me ready to jump into the parenting world. :) How fun to be on this journey the same time you are.


Margie | 5:37 PM

Oh my - I don't get my blogs read for a few days and I miss big things! A huge huge huge congratulations! If you were nearby I would give you my standard pregnancy gift: some jojoba oil (good for everything, odorless, and not scary for growing babies and mamas), some Knutsen's spritzers for a nice cold bubbly on your tummy treat, and some Reed's ginger candy. I hope the sick passes soon, and in the meantime, I'm glad you have such sweet carers.

Bonnie | 6:16 PM

Congratulations on the 3rd. I think its normal your not jumping for joy. Its because you know what your getting yourself into, the good and bad parts. Its not like the first when there are so many surprises. I kinda felt like that with my second one. It wasnt that I didnt love him, I just wasnt excited for the up all night crazy newborn nights.

jenny of all trades | 6:17 PM

wow - my heart leaped as i read the title, and yes! yes! she's preggo! so much love and luck to you! and i can't wait to see how this story unfolds.
i pee on a stick tomorrow, so here's hoping...

suzanne @ pretty*swell | 6:44 PM

Big, huge congratulations! Following your journey will be such fun. xo!

Jess | 6:49 PM

Congrats and looking forward to be taken along for the ride! Feel better, and remember you are a rock star!!

Rebecca | 6:58 PM

Excellent news! Heartfelt congratulations. Okay. I have to tell you this. Remember back in September when you posted "Where Were You When You Knew"? That post appeared about one week after my third was conceived (due in June) and about one week before I peed on the stick. It was too early for me to be certain at the time, but I remember thinking the moment I read your post - "Holy shit. This is totally a sign. I am for sure pregnant". And so it was.

My husband and I had also wrestled with the idea of a third child. I felt a tremendous urge to have another baby literally moments after my second -my son- was born, but my husband was sure that 2 was our limit. The urge remained for months after giving birth, but over time my reasonable, practical, environmentally responsible, grateful for the healthy, beautiful girl and boy I already had... side grew in strength. Until finally last fall, I felt I had come to be at peace with the idea that our family would be fine - WAY more than fine - just the way it was. One night over some post-coital pillow talk I told my husband that "things" would be a lot less of a hassle if we did not have to mess around with condoms, and that if he still felt sure that we were done having kids, I was ready for him to get a vasectomy. He paused, and for the first time EVER said that he was not so sure about making it permanent, and that MAYBE in another year or so we MIGHT consider having one more child. I got pregnant the next night.

I am 26 weeks along now and I STILL think, on just about a daily basis, "I cannot fucking believe I am pregnant." That shock and disbelief in no way detracts from my joy over this baby - its just that 3 kids is hard to get your head around somehow.

I hope you are feeling better soon. I also had the hardest time with the first trimester this time. I had never barfed once during either of my first 2 pregnancies, and it was a daily event from week 8 to week 16 this time around. But then it was over. Hallelujah! You'll get there soon. Congrats again!

Erin | 7:05 PM

Congratulations! My son's birthday is October the 23rd too! Hang in there - the nausea does suck - especially because it sucker-punched you after 2 nausea-free pregnancies! I'm excited to follow along on your blog!

Loris Nebbia | 7:23 PM

Congratulations! I like the idea that good things happen in threes. My third child has been an especially wonderful blessing. May yours be so, too.

sarah marie p | 7:43 PM

Congrats! So sweet you found out on Valentine's Day ... and everything else your story entails! Hurry for lucky number three!

Sarah | 7:45 PM

Huge congratulations! Very excited for you and your whole family!!!

Flannery | 7:53 PM

I'm so excited for you, Hal, Archer and Fable. I didn't begin reading your blog until after Fable was born so I'm SO excited to follow on during your pregnancy! Thanks for being so open with us. I love your approach to life and am thankful to get a window in. CONGRATULATIONS!

linuxgrl | 8:01 PM

YAY!!!!! Jealous(10000000)!!! Hope your morning sickness passes very soon!

Lindsey Fyfe | 8:38 PM

congrats to your family, and a happy, healthy carriage to you !

Kristen | 10:23 PM

Yay!!! Congrats! (Also, don't tell my mom because she's dying to be a grandma, but I'm a tad bit jealous. Just wouldn't be good timing now.) A new BABY is on the way. Goodness.

Janel | 11:40 PM

Oh my gosh, Rebecca, I just went through this exact same situation right after Thanksgiving. It took me awhile to get past the "holy shit! what are we doing?!?!" phase too, since we weren't exactly trying but were still being more careless than two people with two kids ought to be, but now we're both very excited about our third baby (due in August). I wrote about the whole experience on my blog, if you care to take a look (and if not, that's cool too).

Janel | 11:46 PM

BTW, I've also been skipping your Eating Well posts lately, because, no offense, anything having to do with vegetables has been Puke City for me. Even though I really like your mom's writing, the pictures of food, ugh.

Savvy in San Francisco | 11:48 PM

Congratulations! We had the same reaction back in October when we were shocked to find out we were expecting number three! It took me about 20 weeks to really get over the shock and to let the idea really settle in. Now I just tell everyone that three is the new two! Hope you feel better soon!

Megan | 12:14 AM

Congrats! You're about a month behind me and we're in a sort of similar situation - not trying but not, not trying (and also a "once is apparently all it takes" situation).
I'm also suffering from a startling lack of patience. It's frustrating because I KNOW that it's the pregnancy but I still can't help but get annoyed!

Wishing you all the best!

Unknown | 3:37 AM

Hi girl!
Congrats from a brazilian girl in Ireland!
All the best!!
The force be with you!


Anonymous | 6:30 AM

I don't know you personally but I love all you guys.


Whittles Wobble | 8:54 AM

I don't so much believe in numerology, but it is SO fun to think about! According to the wise and aged, the number three will create a perfectly harmonious balance of your children.
1. Individual. Aggressor. Yang.
2. Balance. Union. Receptive. Yin.
3. Communication/interaction. Neutrality.

And I am SUPER excited to see what you name "Trinity." I adore the names Archer and Fable. Hooray for a new adventure.


Jessica | 11:48 AM

How wonderful! As soon as I finished reading this I burst into happy tears. Congratulations, Rebecca! And Hal, Archer, and Fable, too!

Trisaratops | 12:50 PM

OMG how did I miss this?!?!?!

Congratulations! Much love to your whole crew! Can't wait to see the new little bean.

Liliana | 1:42 PM

Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!! I am super excited! Love it! Love it!

Armonia | 2:28 PM

im late in the congratulations ! but I could not just not wish you the best!!

Deidre | 6:44 PM

Congratulations! I am so excited for you!

lonek8 | 7:49 PM

good grief, I ignore my reader for a couple of days and miss all the good news! CONGRATULATIONS!!! Having three is wonderful, and i know you'll handle it with all the beauty and grace you handle everything! Can't wait to see pregnant photos (especially since I think my quest for another baby is going to prove fruitless)/

Yay, mama!!

Shannon Locker | 8:18 PM

Congrats!!! LOVE this post.

rosiewiklund | 8:47 PM

f-n awesome, mama! You can do it. I really believe you can!

Anonymous | 10:22 PM

SO excited for you!

I can't wait to see what names you come up with for your third! Fable and Archer are so blessed to have such unique and interesting names!

Maile | 10:33 PM

Congratulations!! We have the same due date! I peed on my stick on the 17th... My husband is still pretending it isn't real

Anonymous | 8:13 AM

It's a girl. :)


Virginia | 8:16 AM

I am so very delighted for you and your family. Little Fable gets to be a big sister, how fun for her. Sorry about the nausua, I had it always and it sucks. Small tips - have people you know who travel steal every barf bag near them on plane trips and keep them with you (much better than grocery bags). I thought the pregnancy pop drops were often helpful.

Anonymous | 8:29 AM

Hugest and warmest congratulations to you and your family - It's the nicest news I've heard all week!

Nicole Francois | 4:13 PM

Rebecca, I am so happy for all of you. While I am still single and without child (for now), we are the same age and I have been reading your blog for years now. I consider you a friend even though it's one way, and I really am happy for you. Of course you're freaked out. But! You're also a kickass momma jamma and you want this child. More importantly, this kid clearly wants you. Kudos, Mozeltov, congratulations.

Trysha | 6:53 PM

yes!!! congratulations!!!!!!

Amy | 7:20 PM

Congratulations! This kid picked the most awesome family!

Brooke | 12:44 AM

I'm gone for 3 days and this is what I miss!? I had to find out on twitter! Ha. Congratulations! I'm due in late May and I'm super stoked to have you 'with me' as a mom to a newborn for my first time : )

Feel better soon! I was spared from too much sickness in the first trimester, but third trimester heartburn totally makes up for it.

Anonymous | 4:54 AM

we found out two days before christmas that we were expecting our third. we weren't really trying, but we weren't really NOT trying either. still quite a shocker and i find i'm still getting used to the idea even though i'm now about four months along. thankfully my two boys (aged 5 and 2.5) are terribly excited and already planning on having a sister. my husband and i still look at each other with a "holy shit" look on our faces, quickly followed by ear to ear grins. all will be well. loud as holy hell and cramped up to our eyeballs but oh my. a ride, indeed. (ps. i am 39!!)

Isabelle | 6:31 AM

woah dear Rebecca just read your big news!!!congrats it's soo wonderful !can't wait to see which name you will come up with and the baba s face!maybe they are triplets, oops sorry not funny!and mille mercis for the post on odland they have funded their next cd. bises x Isabelle

Michele | 6:55 AM

Congrats! So happy for you and your family. I had to chime in about the nausea. With my first I vomited every day till the day I delivered - and the nausea was debilitating, I tried SeaBands (not in any way affiliated with the product).
They are used for motion sickness and work on land as well. I used one on my wrist and it literally saved me, and my sanity as well.
With my second pregnancy, I did great with the SeaBands.

I will be trying for #3 in a while and this time will try acupuncture as well.

Erin | 7:38 AM

Excitement, anxiety and nausea... another 3!! I think I ordered about 200 watemelon jolly ranchers from Amazon- had to be watermelon... worked for the nausea.

Congrats!!! SO exciting!!

Birdie | 8:19 AM

Okay, so I'm like 5 days late to the party - but still congratulations! I am expecting my first in 5 weeks and 5 days. And I can totally relate to your reaction, all I could say when I found out what "holy shit" repeated about 6 times!! What a crazy ride it has been! I hope you start feeling better soon :) Super excited to read about your family's journey!!

Jenny | 8:57 AM

Congrats! I totally understand your WTF feelings. I have an 11 yr-old and a 2 yr- old (SURPRISE!!) Everything will calm down, once you get used to the idea. And then the sunshine will be brighter and the grass will be greener. Really, it will.

Sarah C. | 2:57 PM


mommica | 3:30 PM

Oooh, 3/3 was my birthday and I LOVE threes! It's pretty much the bestest number ever. Also - find something bland you can stomach. Eating regularly helped me feel better. (My food was pinto beans. Sorry if that makes you puke.) I am due with number 2 May 29. I am the first of five - count them - FIVE! - women in my office who are expecting. It's totally in the water...

Lara | 4:10 PM

Whoo-hoo!! Congrats!

anie | 6:24 PM

BANANAS saved my life!
I was puke free for baby #1 and yet #2 sent me to the bathroom WAY too often.
Happy to hear the news~now, if you can tolerate the smell and the taste, get thee a banana~
good luck!

Abby | 8:56 AM

I have a suprise cooking as well. We found out when my daughter was nine months old and my husband had just resigned from his job to go back to school. We're on this adventure together! I'm due September 20th.

lisafoose | 10:18 AM

CONGRATULATIONS!! 3 is great!!

kr | 3:30 PM

I get sick for a few days and don't get on the computer, and I miss this post!! Ahh! So...a belated congratulations to you and your fam! Thanks for allowing us (your readers) to follow along on your newest journey.

Amy | 5:30 AM

I am obviously way behind, but I am also v. excited for you!!! Yay, Congratulations!

Carla | 8:55 PM

Insanely overjoyed for you! I've been following along your lovely blog since my own baby girl, the first one, was born 3.5 years ago and it's always been so kick-ass. I'm off to catch myself up to date as I've obviously been waaay behind on things. Double congrats! ps. good luck in the name guys should really hold some kind of title or prestigious honor for the awesome name you've set the bar so high and lovely, can't wait to see what these next two babes will be called =)

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