Breaking Out the Maternity Clothes

On the six-hour drive home from the wedding we attended in Minneapolis this weekend, it happened.  My button from my jeans started to dig into my ever-expanding belly.  I realized it was time to bring my bin of maternity clothes out of storage.

*le sigh*

It was kind of fun going through all of the clothes that were oh-so-familiar from my pregnancy with C.  There are some that I can wear right away, and then there are the ones that will fit when just about nothing else in the world does.

Exhibit A:

37 weeks with C

Pulling the post-c-section underwear out of the bin was funny.  Those suckers come up above the belly button, so they’re pretty huge!

I’m so happy that I’ll be pregnant during the same season as my last pregnancy, so I  won’t need to invest in any more maternity clothes.  Win!

My absolute favorite maternity item I own?  Old Navy Maternity yoga pants.  So comfortable!

What is/was your favorite maternity clothing item?


  1. says

    My favorite maternity item that I kept is my Old Navy capri maternity yoga pants. They are so comfortable, and you cannot tell that they are maternity.

  2. says

    Cute pic, love that belly :) When I was pregnant, I hated maternity clothes for some reason. It was all too weird for me that first time, my body looked so different to me & I was very self conscious-there was no way I would have even tried yoga pants! I wore sweat pants way to much. When I do get pregnant again, I plan to find some cute maternity clothes since I didn’t have any last time. And I will keep the Old Navy yoga pants in mind!

    • says

      I totally agree with being self-conscious. I feel like the least sexy person in the world when I’m pregnant. More like a whale, actually. 😉 haha

      Here’s to being cute and confident the second time around!!

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