Irish blogger Lisa Jordan is breaking the internet with all of her baby updates
Published 29/10/2016 | 13:11
Irish blogger Lisa Jordan has the internet swooning over her newborn baby girl.
Lisa gave birth just over one week ago to baby Pearl Blake and has since been sharing adorable updates and snaps with her 61,300 followers on Instagram.
Lisa, from Cork City, shared pictures of her growing baby bump throughout her pregnancy and has continued to keep her social media accounts updated with baby news since her daughter was born, much to her followers' delight.
In a recent post Lisa said her outlook on life and priorities have changed since baby Pearl was born.
"I sit here today with a one week old baby girl looking at my body thinking how? How did my body grow this little human?? I still don't know where she fit or how she actually is in my arms? It's been an amazing journey and I am not the person I was 9 months ago. My outlook on life has changed my priorities have changed. I look at my bump and I miss it but I look in my arms and feel like the luckiest girl alive," she wrote.
The new mum, who is one of Ireland's most influential bloggers, threw a baby shower to remember in August, taking some inspiration from Kim Kardashian's wedding day with her own flower wall.
Before the birth, Lisa told her followers that she has avoided sharing personal pregnancy posts, aside from fashion and beauty tips, because of nerves.
"I am sorry that I'm 7 months and have yet to do any pregnancy updates or do a blog post of the items I'm getting or have after I promised I would," she wrote on Facebook.
"I spoke today on my Snapchat about how nervous I am feeling and don't want to jump the gun, it's a lot harder when over 50 thousand people are watching. I spoke to so many of you guys and you said it's normal to feel this way, I know I can have days where I'm all excited on Snapchat but I feel that's ok because it's gone in 24hrs where as a blog post is there permanently.
"I know I just need to be positive and picture how happy I am going to be in October when I'm holding my baby."