Saturday, January 26, 2013

Surviving Pregnancy

Here are some products that have
helped me get through 6 months of being preggo.





Bra Extender
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I ordered mine off Amazon for a couple of bucks,
and it has truly saved my life... literally.
 I was honestly suffocating without these magical 2 inches.
I didn't notice the severity of the {ah-hem} problem
until I easily attached one of these pups to my new "maternity" bras.
{By new, I mean I bought them in the first trimester,
which is still new to me
since that was only a couple of months ago!!}

I refused to buy another bra to only grow out of it later...
to only have to buy nursing bras in a few months...
 you catch my drift?!?
It has definitely saved me money in the long run!
Must buy if your ta-tas are growing like mine! ;)






Spanx Power Mama
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Also an Amazon purchase,
Spanz Power Mamas have been another nice purchase
 in the intimates section.
They are comfy and offer support to my achy back.
I have only worn them under dresses
but as the weather continues to drop
I might wear as an added layer to keep warm, too!





Camelbak Insulated Water Bottle
CamelBak BPA Free eddy Insulated Water Bottle - .6L Lavender
This is my favorite water bottle!
I love the straw for its convenience
and am especially fond of the insulation.
I have been craving ice cold water
and the insulation surrounding this bottle helps
 keep my water just that while I am teaching.




Clementines + Tangerines
I could eat 25 of these in one sitting.
No. Joke.





Bio Oil
Bio-Oil Scar Treatment - 2 oz.
I know they say you can't really prevent stretch marks
but this provides me with some comfort
in knowing that I am at least trying.
I have stretch marks left over from puberty :'(
so I am pretty worried about getting them during pregnancy, too.
I know they will fade and
they are a mark of the beautiful process of giving life
but they still aren't fun, ya know?!




1 comment:

Jamie Pepin said...

i think the good thing about bras is having something you can transition back into post-pregnancy. AND if you get pregnant again you can use them again! but try and hold out until you're practically at the hospital or a few days after being home for when your milk comes in (esp if you plan on breastfeeding) to know what size you'll need for a nursing bra! at least that's what we tell women at the store :)