Aug 02, 2020
Joy-Anna Duggar reveals southwestern-themed nursery featuring cow decor as due date with daughter nears
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JOY-ANNA Duggar showed fans her nursery's rustic southwestern-themed nursery as due date with daughter nears.
The sweet space features soft colors and adorable cow decor.8Joy-Anna Duggar showed fans her nursery's rustic southwestern-themed nursery as due date with daughter nearsCredit: Instagram/Joy-Anna Forsyth 8The sweet space features soft colors and adorable cow decorCredit: TLC 8Joy-Anna thanked her sisters for their design helpCredit: TLC
In a vlog, the expecting Joy-Anna showed followers how her sisters Janna and Jessa helped her design and set up the nursey.
She said: "I'm going to show you guys the final product of Gideon's nursery and the baby's nursery.
"I think it truned out so cute.
"Thank you. Thank you. Thank you to my sisters for their help. I had no idea what I was going to do. I'm horrible with decorating, but they made my dreams become a reality.
"And here's the finished product.
"I am in love with it."8Joy-Anna said she loved how the nursery came out and said it was 'so cute'Credit: TLC 8The mom also shared Gideon's 'nook'Credit: TLC 8The room has a Southwestern themeCredit: TLC
Joy-Anna also showed off Gideon's nook and his toy chest, which the family said they purchased on Amazon.
She was initially planning to lay out a bright red rug, but ultimately decided the color was "a little bit too bold" for the room.
Instead, they're planning on getting a white or cream-colored rug.
The room also features a large black-and-white photo of a cow as well other stuffed cow toy animals.
They also added green and pink pops of color on the kids' beds.
Joy-Anna shared: "So everything's ready. I don't think I really have anything left on my to-do list, which is super cool.
"We've still got three weeks till we meet our baby girl. We're really really excited- cannot wait."8Joy-Anna and her husband Austin are expecting their second child, a daughter, in the coming weeksCredit: Refer to Caption 8Last year they suffered a miscarriage after the birth of their first sonCredit: Instagram
Joy-Anna recently revealed she will be giving birth in a hospital rather than planning a home birth.
She shared with her fans: "I have been meaning to do this for a while, I'm 35 and a half weeks, so figured it would be good to have the bag ready just in case, if anything happens, we can grab the bag and go.
"I don't know what to pack as I have never packed a hospital bag before.
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Joy-Anna added, because of the pandemic, her mom will not be with her in the hospital.
She added: "With all this Covid stuff, my mom won't be able to be there, my sisters won't be at the birth, it will just be Austin and I.
"But hopefully we can get a room with a window, and they can come to the window and see her the day she is born."
She and her husband, Austin, suffered a miscarriage in 2019.
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Stroke victim Will Hurrell warned rugby could kill him so he decided to quit Bristol Bears after birth of his daughter
During lockdown, the Bristol Bears ace told his team-mates over Zoom he was retiring, despite recovering well from January's freak medical episode.2Will Hurrell is bracing himself for a new career after retiring from rugby unionCredit: Instagram / @williamharryhurrell
So starting tomorrow night, the rugby addict will sit down to watch all six of the weekend's Gallagher Premiership games as he plots his new career in coaching and helping players deal with mental health issues.
The former centre was injured during the match with Leicester Tigers at Welford Road.
Looking back at leaving the title-chasing Bears, Hurrell, 30, said: "The worst case scenario of playing on was death.
"Or I could have ended up in a wheelchair and struggling to speak. So having a daughter and my post-rugby ambitions, that was it.
"I just tried to melt a big second row, got my head on the wrong side and my brain smashed into the back of my skull.
"It will be tough watching. I think when I see the boys run out, that will be the hardest.
"It's tough talking about it right now, actually. I would never avoid it, though. I would rather be a little bit sad and enjoy watching it than just completely stay away from it.2The star says his wife and kids must come first after his medical scareCredit: Instagram / @williamharryhurrell
"I'm really looking forward to it, but it will be very tough. Everyone at Bristol has been amazingly supportive, as well as guys from other areas and clubs I played with.
"I'm a rugby fanatic and I always had a bit of a game-plan in how I saw the rest of my career going but it's not turned out that way.
"The first few months after the stroke, I wasn't allowed to run or lift weights, so my dad got me out golfing with him. I'm really enjoying golf now — but I'm bloody awful!
"From what I have been told, after the game I couldn't speak and was throwing up. Luckily, there was an A&E nurse there and she took me to hospital.
"They did a CT scan and said I was fine, so I thought it was just a bad concussion. But I went downhill again and was sleeping for about 16 hours a day and throwing up in between.View this post on Instagram
Miss you little hurricane, can’t wait to see you soon x
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"I couldn't speak properly, my vision was gone, I couldn't write properly or do anything. I was basically like a child again and had to stay with my parents.
"It's sad as my older brother also had a stroke from a clot, so my parents have been through it twice. He lost the use of one side of his body at the time.
"Rugby was everything for me and I would have played until I was 80 if I could. I love it that much but it would have ended some day.
"So you can either let it consume you, or use it to spur you on to other stuff."
Despite such a life-changing moment, Hurrell has picked himself up and is taking part in a coaching camp and also plans to do some courses for personal trainers.
His road to recovery was quick, compared to others who suffered similar brain injuries.
So the former Leicester and England Under-20s star knows he is lucky to be back on his feet and with a new life to look forward to.View this post on Instagram
Today is the day I announce my retirement from rugby. I suffered a stroke after a tackle in the Leicester game which has ended my career. It is much sooner than I would have liked, I felt I had much more to give. Rugby has been everything to me and I will miss playing more than I can express but new challenges await which I can’t wait to start. Every club I have been at has left something special with me and that I can never lose. Leicester, Coventry, Stourbridge, Doncaster and Bristol, I love them all. I have made friends I will never lose and that is priceless. I also want to say an enormous thank you to Matt Leek and the RPA who have been unbelievable support through this time. Also Bristol who have given me 4 immense years, all the coaching, s snd c staff and medical staff that have helped me through this journey, the fans too have been amazing. And my parents, who have helped me through everything. Again thank you to everyone who has made my journey successful and enjoyable. My new instagram and my new journey (@williamharryhurrell). Thank you everyone, see you soon ✌???? Hurricane x
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"I feel like I have recovered quickly but my memory is still terrible. It's really bad at the minute, actually," said Hurrell.
"I can only do one thing at a time now. So when I am sending an email, if someone tries to talk to me - I can't have that conversation at the same time.
"And memory wise, I have to note everything - I had to write down to call you because if I didn't, I would forget it.
"So that is tough getting use to that and having notes everywhere!
"It's just about adapting and I feel blessed as people have it a heck of a lot worse. I am very lucky I can still do a lot of stuff like coaching and training, which I love.Most read in SportPicturedOUCHRey Mysterio’s son suffers gruesome injury just weeks after dad’s eye was gouged outWarningHEAVY METTLERussian powerlifter fractures BOTH knees under 400kg load in horror injuryLive Bloggunners newsArsenal transfer news LIVE - Latest updates from the Emirates'I'LL DECIDE'Mesut Ozil insists he WILL stay at Arsenal despite offer of £18m pay-offRevealedGOD'S GREATEST CREATIONRose reveals boyfriend thoughts on Otis and how story was HER ideabrotherly loveLogan Paul cosies up to Tana Mongeau amid 'break from marriage' to bro Jake
"Despite everything that happened, I feel really clear headed and calm. I can't wait to get stuck into coaching.
"I'm starting to feel fit and strong again. I get frustrated when I can't remember stuff and can repeat the same thing in the same conversation.
"So I feel quite lucky I am where I am now without too much drama."
However, there was also one opportunity stay in the game and on the pitch that Hurrell politely declined.
He added: "I did get an offer to go into reffing - but I don't want everyone to hate me!"View this post on Instagram
My little bubbas all together ❤️
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