1. Thank you for giving this mamma to be some inspiration for cute maternity wear! I appreciate that you have a relate-able figure, very similar to my own. I really love these outfits!

  2. Pinkblushmaternity.com is also a good resource for maternity clothes. I bought mine over the end of year sale for 25% off, but even without that their prices are doable and they have really cute clothes that don’t make me feel huge, instead I feel very cute!!!

  3. I love that you are a normal sized woman! I hate the maternity fashion blogs that women were size 0 to start. FOr full figured women pregnancy has challenges! Love!!!

  4. I bought maternity underwear from Gap online and wouldn’t have minded a few more pairs. They come in thong, bikini, and boy short styles (my favorite) and they’re worth every penny. They stay up without binding. Go. Go now.:)

  5. THANK YOU! I am 12 weeks pregnant and starting to not fit into my clothes. I found this post on Pinterest and so happy I found your blog- can’t wait to read more. I love your style in the pics above – you rock that baby bump! Thanks for sharing!

  6. So cute! Love the orange dress. This is my 4th baby but it’s been so long since my last one (9 yrs) that all my maternity jeans were so dorky now. I totally agree with the spend a little more and get a good pair theory! Wish more stores didn’t only sell maternity online. Its really hard to guess what size!

  7. Oh my goodness! I was so happy when I recognized that you are a local to the Raleigh Durham area. I hope that you and your family are well and healthy.

    I look forward to one day following your advice in terms of what to purchase or not to purchase when I am to become a mother. 🙂

  8. You have looked so cute during your pregnancy! A
    woman is beautiful because she is cute. I know, every woman want to be a beautiful woman in her life .

  9. Good tips lady, I especially love your outfit with the orange dress towards the end – so cute! I wear a lot of normal clothes with maternity tanks under or belly bands to hold my pants up. But maxi dresses and skirts are by far my fav!

    Megan from Chasing Davies

  10. Not that I am preggers but I will keep these tips in mind for the future!

    Adorable blog! Following you now. Hope you can share the love back and visit/follow my blog too.

    Much love from Canada~

  11. Great post Molly. I totally agree. I actually can’t wait until next year when we are planning on having baby #2 and finding some great/cute maternity clothes. They have so many options out there. Love this post and you sure made pregnancy look chic and stylish.

    Dont’ forget to enter my Henri Lou bracelet giveaways and to link up tomorrow for my weekly Tres-Chic Fashion Thursday Link Up.



  12. LOVE the blue striped dress – you have got some great baby bump style happening!

    I couldn’t agree more about buying nice (stretchy) non maternity tops. I found that buying maternity specific bottoms (shorts, jeans, denim skirt) and then regular tops in a couple of sizes bigger worked really well for my first pregnancy. And dresses… Lots of dresses! Ones with buttons were awesome because it meant I could still wear them while BF.

  13. Girl, you are the best for posting this! So many ladies are going to benefit mucho from this! It has been so much fun following along on all your baby bump fashion! You are too cute for words!

  14. I just read and re-read this post like a bible. Thank you! I had no idea what a demi panel was; I’m really glad you pointed that out. And I bought the v-neck tees from Target as well. You have rocked pregnancy and fashion throughout these 9 months. I can’t wait to get my DSLR so I can share all my looks as well!

  15. Is it weird that I’m super excited about buying maternity clothes? I swear, they are getting cuter and cuter! I always see cute maternity tops at thrift stores and can’t wait until I can buy them!

  16. You hit the nail on the head with these tips! I had a baby in may and I completely agree with everything you said. I also purchased the full panel indigo blue maternity jeans and you will wear them post partum when your belly is mushy to hold everything in!

  17. I completely agree with all your suggestions! I should’ve purchased better underoos when I was pregnant. If we have another baby, that’s definitely something I will do.

  18. Great post! I always look to your blog from some great outfit inspiration for my pregnancy. I have a hard time finding things but it is getting better.

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