8 Benefits Of Prenatal Yoga

Yoga is a healthy practice to adopt during pregnancy. It helps mama-to-be to stay calm during the most important nine months. In addition to that, you’ll learn how to breathe deeply and consciously relax which comes in handy during labor and birth.

From physical to emotional state, practicing prenatal yoga leads to a healthy, happy and will make a positive difference during pregnancy. Some of the benefits of practicing yoga during pregnancy include:

Source: americanpregnancy.org
1. Develop stamina and strength

More energy and strength is needed to be able to carry the weight as your baby grows. Yoga poses help to strengthen our hips, back, arms and shoulders.

2. Calms the nervous system

Through deep breathing, our nervous system comes to a state of relaxation. When our bodies are in the relax mode, our digestive systems operate properly. As a result, we tend to sleep better, and our immune system is at its optimal.

3. Relieves tension

As the baby grows, more stress is put upon the body. Especially the lower back curve due to the increased size of the belly. Not only that, the hips will get tighter due to the added pressure of baby’s weight in the belly. As the breasts increase in size, upper back and chest have more tension, along with the neck and shoulders. Prenatal yoga can help bring back flexibility and comfort to the groups of muscles and bone structures of your body.

4. Increase circulation

Through stretching and toning muscles, you can help blood circulate throughout the body in a healthy way. And deep breathing practice in yoga can bring much-needed oxygen to your baby and to your own muscles.

Source: doyouyoga.com
5. Breathwork practise

Breathing is a very important part during delivery. It plays an important role in helping to relax the body and take your mind from the pain.

6. Connection with baby

Going to a prenatal yoga class once (or more) each week can act as a gentle reminder to take the time out of a busy work and also a way to bond with your growing baby. As your pregnancy progresses, your body’s different responses to yoga poses will be a reminder of other physical changes happening in your body. Through working with your breath and doing each pose, you become more aware of what is going on within.

Source: fitpregnancy.com
7. Meeting other mothers-to-be

The social aspect of doing yoga is beneficial for mothers-to-be as it provides a safe, supportive space that caters to their specific pregnancy needs. You will meet other momma-to-be in the yoga class you signed up for. Having a strong support network in this crucial time is essential as you face the same challenges throughout the pregnancy as other mothers-to-be.

8. Preparation for labor and delivery

You are working with conscious breathing with each yoga pose. As you inhale, you acknowledge the tension that is felt. As you deeply exhale, you let go of it more and more with each breath. This allows expecting moms to practice being “comfortable with the uncomfortable” during time of labor.

Also, click here to check out our post on yoga poses for expecting moms.

 

Sources: Fit Pregnancy, Parents, American Pregnancy Association.

4 Adorable And Creative Recipes Kids Will Like

We’ve compiled a few creative recipes for you to try out on your little one. You will be surprise how amazing the effect of these creative recipes will be. They look so good and will catch the attention of most children. They will be so tempted to give them a go. Now, you are able to sneak plenty of fruit and vegetables into their diets, without having to go through the battle as it used to be.

1. Rubik’s Cube Fruit Salad
Source: visualfood.org
Ingredients: 
  • melon
  • banana
  • green kiwi
  • yellow kiwi
  • strawberries
How to make: 
  1. Remove melon seeds and cut in half. Then cut it in slices of the same width.
  2. Remove the peel and cut from each slice as many cubes as possible, all the same size.
  3. Cut the banana in half lengthwise, then cut into slices and cut each slice into two pieces. Use the less regular pieces for the less exposed parts of the cube.
  4. Cut the green kiwi into thick slices and make cubes from this too.
  5. Proceed as above for the yellow kiwi.
  6. Halve the strawberries and get the cubes. As done for bananas, use the less regular pieces for the less exposed parts of the cube.
  7. Compose your cube alternating colors.

For more info, visit Visual Food’s website.

2. Cauliflower Sheep
Source: allrecipes.com
Ingredients: 
  • 2 black olives
  • 1 cauliflower floret, stem removed
  • 2 dried black-eyed peas
  • 16 raisins
  • 6 toothpicks

 

 

How to make: 
  1. Hold 1 olive, pitted end facing up as the top of the head. Use a small paring knife to make 2 shallow holes the size of a black-eyed pea in the ‘face’ of the ‘head’. Press each black-eyed pea into each hole, black eye facing outward.
  2. Cut 2 slits from the top of the pitted hole of the ‘head’ to be placeholders for the ‘ears’. Cut 2 small lengthwise strips from the remaining black olive, and discard the remaining olive piece. Slice olive flesh away from each strip to create sheep ‘ears’. Slide the ‘ears’ into the slits on the ‘head’.
  3. Press 2 toothpicks close together into one end of the cauliflower floret and secure the olive ‘head’ onto the toothpicks.
  4. Thread 3 raisins lengthwise onto each of the 4 remaining toothpicks. Skewer 1 final raisin, crosswise, at the base of each toothpick to create ‘hooves’.
  5. Secure the toothpick ‘legs’ into the bottom core of the cauliflower floret to create 4 equal-length ‘legs’.

For more info, visit All Recipes’ website.

3. Watermelon star
Source: thekitchn.com
Ingredients: 

One medium seedless watermelon (about 5 pounds)

Equipments:
Large cutting board
Chef’s knife
Star-shaped cookie cutter

How to make: 
  1. Cut the watermelon in half: Place the watermelon on a cutting board. Use a chef’s knife to cut the watermelon in half.
  2. Flip the watermelon cut-side down: Working with one half of the watermelon at a time, flip the watermelon half cut-side down on the cutting board.
  3. Trim away the rind: Use a chef’s knife to cut away a slice of the rind, just down to the pink flesh. Continue making slices around the watermelon to remove all of the rind. Trim off any remaining bits of rind to leave just the edible portion of the watermelon.
  4. Cut the watermelon into 1/2 to 1-inch slices.
  5. Punch out stars with the cookie cutter: Separate the slices. Use a cookie cutter to cut the watermelon slices into stars.
  6. Repeat with the other half of the watermelon: Repeat steps 3 through 9 with remaining the remaining half of the melon.

For more info, visit The Kitchn’s website.

4. Flower Power Eggs in Bell Pepper Ring Molds
Source: apronstringsblog.com
Ingredients: 
  • Bell pepper (red, green, yellow)
  • Egg
How to make: 
  1. Cut bell peppers into 1/2 inch rings.
  2. Place in a non-stick lightly oiled skillet.
  3. Crack an egg in the middle of each ring and cover and cook over low heat until done.

For more info, visit Apron Strings’ website.

 

40 Adorable Disney Character Inspired Baby Boy Names

Are you Disney fanatic? We’re sure that you will adore these 40 Disney names for your little boy. If you are thinking of naming your child after a Disney character, check out our list of these simply adorable names. Which one do you like the most?
1. Michael (Peter Pan)

Origin: Hebrew
Meaning: Who is like God?

2. Oliver (Oliver & Company)

Origin: Latin
Meaning: Olive tree.

3. Amos (The Fox and the Hound)

Origin: Hebrew
Meaning: To be troubled.

4. Arthur (The Sword in the Stone)

Origin: English
Meaning: Bear.

5. Ben (Pocahontas)

Origin: Hebrew
Meaning: Son.

6. Claude (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)

Origin: Latin
Meaning: Lame.

7. Dale (Chip ‘n’ Dale)

Origin: Scandinavian
Meaning: Valley.

Source: pinterest
8. Christopher (The Adventures of Winnie the Pooh)

Origin: Greek
Meaning: Christ-bearer.

9. Sebastian (The Little Mermaid)

Origin: Latin
Meaning: Venerable, revered.

10. Max (Cars 2)

Origin: Latin
Meaning: Greatest.

11. Clayton (Tarzan)

Origin: English
Meaning: From the clay town.

12. Eric (The Little Mermaid)

Origin: Scandinavian
Meaning: Ever-powerful.

13. David (Lilo & Stitch)

Origin: Hebrew
Meaning: Beloved.

14. Timothy (Dumbo)

Origin: Greek
Meaning: Honoring god.

Source: pinterest
15. Peter (Peter Pan)

Origin: Greek
Meaning: A rock.

16. Finn (Cars 2)

Origin: Irish
Meaning: Fair or white.

17. Milo (Atlantis: The Lost Empire)

Origin: Greek
Meaning: An extraordinary wrestler.

18. Andy (Toy Story)

Origin: Scottish
Meaning: Manly.

19. Gideon (Pinocchio)

Origin: Hebrew
Meaning: Great Warrior.

20. Russell (Up)

Origin: French
Meaning: Redhead, fox-colored.

21. Bruce (Finding Nemo)

Origin: English
Meaning: Thick brush.

22. Harvey (The Princess and the Frog)

Origin: English
Meaning: Army Warrior.

23. Donald (Donald Duck)

Origin: Celtic
Meaning: Proud chief, world ruler.

Source: taylormadedoulas.com
24. Lawrence (The Princess and the Frog)

Origin: Latin
Meaning: Laurel-Crowned.

25. Remy (Ratatouille)

Origin: French from Latin
Meaning: Oarsman.

26. Maurice (Beauty and the Beast)

Origin: Greek
Meaning: Moor, Dark Skinned.

27. Rex (Toy Story)

Origin: Latin
Meaning: King.

28. Demetrius (Hercules)

Origin: Greek
Meaning:  Goddess of fertility.

29. Edgar (The Aristocats)

Origin: English
Meaning: Great spear man.

30. Eli (The Princess and the Frog)

Origin: Hebrew
Meaning: My God, elevated.

31. Gus (Cinderella)

Origin: Scottish
Meaning: Great.

Source: pinterest

 

32. Roger (One Hundred and One Dalmatians)

Origin: German
Meaning: Famous spear.

33. Hugo (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)

Origin: Teutonic
Meaning: Bright in Mind and Spirit.

34. Ian (The Princess and the Frog)

Origin: Scottish
Meaning: God is gracious.

35. Winston (Oliver & Company)

Origin: English
Meaning: Town of victory.

36. Robin (Robin Hood)

Origin: Teutonic
Meaning: A Small, tame Bird.

37. Randy (The Princess and the Frog)

Origin: English
Meaning: Wise wolf, wolf-shield.

38. Victor (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)

Origin: Latin
Meaning: Conqueror.

39. Toby (Robin Hood)

Origin: Hebrew
Meaning: God is good.

40. Hans (Frozen)

Origin: Scandinavian
Meaning: God is gracious.

 

28 Magical Disney Character Inspired Baby Girl Names

Disney plays a huge and important role in inspiring baby names. It can be a movie from your childhood all-time favorite, or it can be one that’s a smash hit in theaters. It can become your inspirations when it comes to naming your little ones. Baby names inspired by Disney brings a lot of positive memories.

Check out our picks of these beautiful and magical names for your little princess.

Source: goodtoknow.co.uk
1. Charlotte (The Princess and the Frog)

Origin: French
Meaning: Petite, feminine.

2. Abigail (The Aristocats)

Origin: Hebrew
Meaning: My father is joyful.

3. Jasmine (Aladdin)

Origin: Persian
Meaning: Jasmine flower.

4. Alice (Alice in Wonderland)

Origin: German
Meaning: Noble.

5. Ariel  (The Little Mermaid)

Origin: Hebrew
Meaning: Lioness of God.

6. Aurora (Sleeping Beauty)

Origin: Latin
Meaning: Dawn.

7. Anastasia (Cinderella)

Origin: Greek
Meaning: Resurrection.

Source: pinterest
8. Belle (Beauty and the Beast)

Origin: Latin
Meaning: Beauty.

9. Anna (Frozen)

Origin: Hebrew
Meaning: Gracious.

10. Jane (Peter Pan)

Origin: Hebrew
Meaning: God is gracious.

11. Willow (Pocahontas)

Origin: English
Meaning: Freedom, tree.

12. Giselle (Enchanted)

Origin: German
Meaning: A pledge.

13. Hera (Hercules)

Origin: Greek
Meaning: Queen of Heaven.

14. Mary (Peter Pan)

Origin: Hebrew
Meaning: Bitter.

15. Daisy (Daisy Duck)

Origin: English
Meaning: Day’s eye, flower name

16. Esmeralda (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)

Origin: Spanish
Meaning: Emerald, gemstone.

17. Bianca (The Rescuers)

Origin: Italian
Meaning: White.

18. Elsa (Frozen)

Origin: Teutonic
Meaning: Consecrated to God.

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19. Penny (One Hundred and One Dalmatians)

Origin: Greek
Meaning: Weaver.

20. Kala (Tarzan)

Origin: Hindi
Meaning: Time, black.

21. Tiana (The Princess and the Frog)

Origin: Latin
Meaning: Follower of Christ.

22. Moana (Moana)

Origin: Polynesian
Meaning: Sea god.

23. Jessie (Toy Story 2)

Origin: Hebrew
Meaning: God has been gracious.

24. Wendy (Peter Pan) 

Origin: Teutonic
Meaning: Fair one.

25. Nala (The Lion King)

Origin: Latin
Meaning: Olive.

26. Eudora (The Princess and the Frog)

Origin: Greek
Meaning: Gift Without Limits.

27. Flora (Sleeping Beauty)

Origin: Scottish
Meaning: Flower.

28. Evangeline (The Princess and the Frog)

Origin: Greek
Meaning: Bringer of good news.

Breathlessness During Pregnancy & Ways To Ease It

Do you feel like you can’t get enough air? As you progress into the later stage of pregnancy, you may start to feel winded even after minimal amounts of physical exertion. According to Ask Dr. Sears, shortness of breath during pregnancy increases in both frequency and intensity during the third trimester as your expanding uterus limits the ability of your lungs to expand with each breath.

Though there is no way that you can completely relieve this common pregnancy symptom, there are some things you can do to help ease it a little bit. However, if you’re feeling constantly breathless, it’s better to talk to your doctor. Breathlessness can sometimes be caused by anemia or asthma.

Source: livingandloving.co.za

Here’s how you can ease shortness of breathe during pregnancy.

1. Practice good posture

Make sure that you stand up straight with your shoulders back and your head lifted. Visualize a straight line connecting your sternum toward the sky to lift your chest. As soon as you feel breathless move to a position that helps you breathe easier.

2. Breathing exercise

Breathing exercises can raise your rib cage and promote more chest breathing. You can try prenatal yoga. Breathing exercises that are taught during yoga classes may help you control your breathing better. Yoga is a gentle exercise that will also keep you fit.

Source: zerogravityfitness.net
3. Exercise regularly

Aerobic exercise, began early in your pregnancy, improves the efficiency of both the respiratory and circulatory systems. It improves your breathing and lowers your pulse. Make sure you seek your doctor’s approval before you take part in any program.

Whatever form of exercise you choose, don’t overdo it! Listen to your body, stop immediately if you experience any uncomfortness.

4. Relax

While that’s easy to say than done, it’s very true. The more anxious you become about shallow breathing, the shallower your breathing will become. It’s also important to rest whenever you need to rest.

Source: tinystep.in
5. Extra pillows

If breathlessness is bothering you during your sleep, prop yourself up with more pillows.

6. Eat healthy

Being overweight can worsen shortness of breathe during pregnancy. So maintain a healthy and balanced diet to keep a healthy pregnancy weight.

 

Sources: What To Expect, Mom Junction, Baby Center, Ask Dr Sears.

7 Cute Onesie Outfits For Babies

As parents you would want to dress your babies and toddlers in cute outfits! Babies are the cutest when they’re dressed in a onesie. Besides, you can also put that in your hashtag and post it!

Check out these cute and stylish outfits for your little love.

1. Mini Boss Onesie
Source: lennylemons.com

Mini boss, literally! This soft and comfy onesie will look darling on your little love.

Get it on Lenny Lemons for $14.99.

2. Anchors Away Baby Romper
Source: lennylemons.com

This simply adorable nautical romper + tie headband is a great addition to your baby’s wardrobe.

Get it on Lenny Lemons for $16.95.

3. 5 AM Outfit Set
Source: lennylemons.com

It’s funny, but not…. right? And checkout the ‘ears’ on the hood! How adorable is that!

Get it on Lenny Lemons for $24.95.

4. Joanna Romper
Source: lennylemons.com

This Simply stylish cross-back romper with white polka dots is just perfect for you little princess.

Get it on Lenny Lemons for $18.95.

5. Math Humor Onesie
Source: etsy.com

Are you a math nerd? If the answer is Yes, then this bodysuit is perfect for your new “addition” to your baby’s wardrobe!

Get it on Etsy for $17.50.

6. Daddy’s Girl Outfit
Source: etsy.com

This sparkly bodysuit is perfect for your little girl! And it will sure be a hit at every baby shower.

Get it on Etsy for $16.50.

7. I’m the reason mummy drinks onesie
Source: etsy.com

This cute and beautiful baby grow bodysuit is perfect as baby outfits. Coffee-lovers mummy out there, this is going to be an adorable addition to your little one’s wardrobe.

Get it on Etsy for $11.00.

How To Recognize Infant Eczema And How To Treat It

You notice the dry, flaky and rashy red all over your baby’s skin? Then your baby may be hit by eczema. Those itchy red bumps and patches on baby’s cheeks could be a case of eczema.

According to What to Expect, the term “infant eczema” is normally used to describe two conditions that usually appear starting between 2 to 4 months of age:

  • Atopic dermatitis: A typically inherited chronic condition more common among babies with a family history of allergies, eczema and asthma.
  • Contact dermatitis: A rash when skin comes into contact with an irritating substance; once the irritant is removed, the rash usually clears.
Source: baby.stayhealthyblog.com

Infant eczema usually appears as patches of flaky, rashy red on baby’s cheeks, behind the ears and on the scalp. If left untreated, it typically spreads south to the elbow creases, behind the knees, and sometimes even the diaper area. The common triggers of infant eczema include:

  • Moisture (from milk, saliva or sweat)
  • Dust
  • Scratchy fabrics
  • Animals
  • Cigarette smoke
  • Detergents and soaps
Source: cafemom.com

Eczema can look different from baby to baby. Happily, however, it isn’t dangerous or even contagious, and it usually resolves itself.  Here’s how to treat it before it gets worse.

1. Prevent scratching

Keep baby’s nails short or cove her hands with cotton mittens or socks while she’s sleeping.

2. Ensure baby stays cool and moisture-free

Excessive wetness can set off an eczema outbreak. That means dressing baby in lightweight clothing and thin blankets, and gently patting drool away whenever you see it.

3. Keeping baths lukewarm and short

Try to keep every bath not longer than 10 minutes — to maintain moisture in baby’s skin. Use only a small amount of ultra-mild and fragrance-free soap and no bubble bath.

4. Applying a gentle moisturizer
Apply when baby’s skin is still damp from the bath.
5. Allowing skin to breathe and stay cool

Always dress your baby in smooth natural fabrics, like cotton. Avoid wool and other scratchy materials, which can lead to irritation to sensitive skin.

6. Soaps and cleansers

Use mild, fragrance-free soaps or non-soap cleansers and shampoos. Similarly, use mild, fragrance-free detergent for washing clothes and bedding. Do not use fabric softeners.

Sources: What To Expect, Baby Center.

6 Cool Need-To-Have Mealtime Baby Gears

Every mommy and daddy want the best for their child and more often than not, that transpires into buying cool things. When your baby reach around 6 months of age, they are ready for solid food. Besides the actual food, and spoons and forks, you need a few other accessories to make meals easy. Don’t feel guilty about adding a couple of gadgets to your mealtime arsenal.

We’ve compiled some cool mealtime funky gears for you to check out.

1. OXO Tot 2oz Baby Blocks Freezer Storage
Source: target.com

The OXO Tot Baby Blocks are airtight, watertight and leak-proof for safe storage and spill-free outings. Blocks fit into the freezing tray, and multiple trays can be stacked to save space in the freezer. Clear lids and bodies allow you to see what’s inside, and measurement markings make portioning a breeze.

Customer review: “I love these containers, they are the right portion for homemade baby food. You can also freeze and heat them up, unlike the baby bullet containers.”

Get the OXO Tot Baby Blocks at Target for $9.99.

2. BabyBjorn Soft Bib
Source: babylist.com

This flexible plastic soft bib with a comfortable neckband allows you to adjust as your baby grows. As a built-in safety, the neckband poppers will loosen easily if the bib gets caught. The deep spill pocket stays open and catches dropped food. This spill-fighter is a must-have when you have baby at home starting solid food.

Customer review:These bibs are a must especially when your baby is starting solids with cereals and runnier foods. They are washable and are great at catching the mess.”

Get the Soft Bib at Baby List for $20.95.

3. Boon’s Squirt Baby Food Dispensing Spoon
Source: booninc.com

It takes baby food, removes the jar and the mess, packs it into a single utensil and with one squeeze — baam! It makes feeding your baby easier than ever. Simply pop on the cap to seal food on-the-go.

Customer review:I’ll be surprised if this product doesn’t catch on more.
It’s convenient, practical, and honestly a very smart investment.

Get the Food Dispensing Spoon at Boon for $7.99.

4. Phil & Teds Lobster Hook On Chair
Source: toysrus.com

A smart & stylish portable highchair. Breakfast, lunch and dinner will wipe right off the easy clean fabric. This hook on chair suits most table thicknesses. The wide, resilient food tray slides securely under the clamp grips, to protect the table surface from attack by food and colouring crayons.

Customer review: “Very happy with this chair. Makes going out with a baby easier.”

Get the Hook On Chair at Toys”R”us for $89.99.

5. Skip Hop Zoo Melamine Plate & Bowl Set
Source: skiphop.com

Make mealtime Zoo time! Your little one will love having their very own plate and bowl featuring their favorite Zoo character!

Customer review:My daughter in love with this set, and I am very happy, because she wants to eat everything from these plates. Very nice quality, I’ll recommend it to my friends.”

Get the Melamine Plate & Bowl Set at Skip Hop for $12.00.

6. WeeSprout Silicone Divided Toddler Plates
Source: weesprout.com

These amazing, practical divided plates are perfect for your little one. The plates are microwave, dishwasher, oven, and freezer safe, and don’t transfer heat. And most importantly, they are unbreakable!

Customer review:These are well-designed plates. The deeper sides help our toddler pick up her food better, and they don’t slide around on high chair trays as much as much as regular plates do.

Get the Silicone Divided Toddler Plate at WeeSprout for $19.00.

8 Must-Haves For Your Diaper Changing Station

With your newborn, there is no way that you can escape dirty diapers. However, you can at least make the diaper duty easier with the right setup and supplies. Here’s the checklist of what you need to make your changing station safe, functional, and also baby-friendly. Diaper changing time is a great opportunity to bond with your baby. Make the most of this one-on-one time.

Source: blog.pregistry.com
1. Changing table

Prevents back strain, has a strap for safety, and stores your supplies. Drawers and shelves allow you to keep all the necessary items within arm’s reach so you’re never tempted to leave your baby unattended.

2. Changing pad for table

The changing pad is essential to your changing station. It cushions your baby during diaper changes. In addition to that, it also helps to keep your wriggly baby somewhat in place while you change them.

3. Diapers

Obviously. If you’re using disposables, take them out of the packaging and stack them neatly so that it comes handy when you need it.

4. Baby wipes

You will need this a lot. So, it is recommended that you purchase in bulks and always have them arm’s reach at the changing station. Choose the unscented ones which is less irritation to your baby.

5. Diaper rash cream

Creates a moisture barrier to help prevent diaper rash.

Source: cuteandlittle.com
6. Burp cloths

Newborn babies tend to spit up, especially when they are lying down. Be prepared to wipe up messes from both ends!

7. Baby soothers

Have some toys and pacifiers ready. So that when baby gets fussy, you are ready to entertain or calm them with ease.

8. Hand sanitizer

Keep your hands germ-free before and after changing.

 

Sources: Just Surviving Motherhood, What To Expect.

7 Trendy Maternity Wardrobe Essentials You Need In Your Wardrobe

Who says you can’t be fashionable while pregnant? There are so many trendy, bump-friendly selections available nowadays. From denim skirts to cute jumpsuits, here are 7 must-have fashion items all expecting mothers need to own:

Denim skirts
Source: Ali Express

Denim skirts are a fashion staple every woman should own. So don’t hesitate to get one when you see one specifically made for pregnant mothers on the rack in the mall!

White sneakers
Source: Babyology

Nowadays, trendsetters are crazy about sneakers. Regardless if its from Adidas, Nike or New Balance, a pair of white sneakers is a must-have in every expecting mother’s wardrobe.

Chic pencil skirts
Source: Delia Creates

A high-waisted pencil skirt is a great way to feel dressed up. Try basic black or a trendy print, and wear it with everything from a cute tee to a buttoned-up blouse.

Loose-fitting midi dresses
Source: Ali Express

A roomy dress is stylish yet comfy. And The best part is, you can wear these even after your pregnancy! So keep an eye out for shift, swing, or empire-waist style dresses when you go out shopping next time.

Stylish jumpsuits
Source: Wellroundedny.com

Jumpsuits never go out of style! When looking for one to wear while you’re pregnant, be sure to choose one that is made with soft and stretchy fabric. You can also get a pair of denim overalls to go with your basic tops or tanks.

Leggings
Source: Target

Leggings are inexpensive, comfy, and versatile. They go well with almost anything – long tees, short skirts, and even sweaters. If you want to go for a more colorful look, get bright-colored leggings instead of black.

Parka jackets
Source: H&M

To keep your warm during Spring or Fall, opt to wear a parka. Our favourite is the stylish and comfy MAMA Cotton Parka from H&M. The drawstring at the waist has a slimming effect, too!