Let me start this post by saying: your first trimester of pregnancy can be brutal. The waiting, the not knowing, the nausea, the stress... whoever says pregnancy is beautiful is probably not referring to the first trimester (or the third, but that's a story for another post).
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Imagine buying a whole new wardrobe that you only wear for about six months. Sounds silly, right? And yet, that's exactly what happens when you're forced to buy maternity clothes during pregnancy. Of course, you may be able to get longer wear if you plan on being pregnant again in the future, but
If you're due in December or January and you haven't created a plan for tackling the holiday season to-dos, a) you're not alone and b) it's time to get started. Nobody wants to be scrambling around, going store to store, making last-minute decisions on gifts and food and plans days before a holiday
One of the reasons the second trimester is so exciting, aside from the fact that morning sickness usually starts to go away, is the excitement of the 20 week ultrasound. This is especially true if you are dying to find out your baby's sex. Here's the truth, though: the purpose of the routine 20 week