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March 13, 2015 by Becca Daniels in Maternity Clothes, Nursing, Wardrobe
  • Comments Off on Round Up of the Best Tutorials for DIY Nursing Shirts on the Web

Round Up of the Best Tutorials for DIY Nursing Shirts on the Web

Nursing tops are expensive, sometimes even more expensive than maternity clothes. On top of that, there are not a whole ton of style options out there. Once again we find ourselves paying a premium for subpar selection and product. Don’t even get me started on how hard it is to find nursing bras that are […]

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March 13, 2015 by Becca Daniels in Maternity Clothes, Nursing, Wardrobe
  • Comments Off on For the Sewing Challenged: Round Up of the Best Tutorials for DIY Nursing Shirts and DIY Nursing Tanks on the Web

For the Sewing Challenged: Round Up of the Best Tutorials for DIY Nursing Shirts and DIY Nursing Tanks on the Web

Nursing tops are crazy expensive. Even though I breastfed my son for almost a full year, I felt bad about investing a lot of money into a temporary nursing clothing wardrobe. Luckily there are tons of DIY nursing shirts tutorials available online. I recently put together a Round Up of the Best Tutorials for DIY […]

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June 24, 2014 by Becca Daniels in Maternity Clothes, Wardrobe
  • Comments Off on 8 DIY Maternity Skirt Tutorials

8 DIY Maternity Skirt Tutorials

      Inexpensive maternity clothes are not as hard to find as one might think. If you aren’t afraid of sewing, there are some amazing, free, DIY maternity clothes tutorials out around the web. Here is a round-up of some of the best DIY maternity skirt tutorials: 1. This skirt is an upcycled thrift […]

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June 09, 2014 by Becca Daniels in Maternity Clothes, Online Shopping, Stores, Wardrobe
  • Comments Off on Summer Maternity Clothing Essentials

Summer Maternity Clothing Essentials

It’s finally warm enough to talk about SUMMER!!!!! I love summer clothing, I love being barefoot, and I love not having to layer for warmth! Last summer I was in my third trimester of pregnancy. I was huge, swollen, sweaty and very uncomfortable in the record breaking heat waves we were experiencing. Since I am […]

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June 03, 2014 by Becca Daniels in Maternity Clothes, Nursing, post-partum, Wardrobe
  • Comments Off on Losing Baby Weight and What to Wear While You are Shedding Pounds

Losing Baby Weight and What to Wear While You are Shedding Pounds

My baby is now 8 months old and I am finally ready to talk about a very sensitive subject that is near and dear to my heart- losing baby weight. I have not lost all of mine, I have exactly 3 pounds to go! This has not been an easy journey, it would have been […]

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May 16, 2014 by Becca Daniels in Maternity Clothes, Nursing, post-partum
  • Comments Off on 5 Baby Feeding Supplies that are a Total Waste of Your Money

5 Baby Feeding Supplies that are a Total Waste of Your Money

As parents we feel compelled to provide our kiddoes with the very best that we can. As a result, the baby products industry has gotten really smart about selling sleep deprived parents lots of unnecessary baby items. There are approximately 4 million babies born in the United States every year. In 2013 alone, the baby […]

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May 12, 2014 by Becca Daniels in Nursing, post-partum, Wardrobe
  • Comments Off on Little Black Dress Pregnancy/ Nursing Edition: Pregnancy Wardrobe Essential

Little Black Dress Pregnancy/ Nursing Edition: Pregnancy Wardrobe Essential

The Little Black Dress has been a wardrobe staple for every self-respecting women since first introduced by Coco Chanel in the 1920’s. In my opinion, it’s a crucial wardrobe component for every stylish mom-to-be. By now you know that I am a HUGE fan of pregnancy wear that serves multiple purposes. Instead of buying separate […]

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May 07, 2014 by Becca Daniels in Maternity Clothes, Nursing, post-partum
  • Comments Off on 6 Things No One Tells You about Having a Baby

6 Things No One Tells You about Having a Baby

Before I had my son, I was convinced that I knew everything I needed to know about babies. I nannied for many years and read a lot of resources when I was pregnant so I felt confident in my knowledge and skills. Yet still, there were a handful of things that were beyond surprising…why had […]

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