Posts filled under #maternity

u ekilde araba kullanyoru

u ekilde araba kullanyoruz sevgili arkadalar, yava gitmemiz gerekiyor ve ukurlar veya ani frenler bizim iin pek ho deil. Ltfen trafikte sakin olalm, kornaya kfre abanmayalm. (temsili ngiltere ) Dear friends, we have to drive like this and trust me it's not very comfy. Bumps and sudden breaks are not good for us so please be patient while we drive; don't yell at us or lean over the horns please #pregmomcy #hamilelik #hamilestili #hamilegiyim #sagliklihamile #hamileyim #gebelik #anneoluyorum #babaoluyorum #anneadayi #hamilegunlugu #hamileyim #hamile #gebe #hamileleretavsiye #pregnancy #pregnancystyle #momtobe #maternity #maternitydiary #pregnant #pregnantlife #secondtrimester #thirdtrimester #photooftheday #instafollow #babyontheway

I just loved the movement

I just loved the movement in this one! All of my skirts are a custom design by the talented Kate Golden of Goldie Stitches. We've been tweaking the design so that they're both easy to swim in and look fantastic underwater. I'll have a bunch of new skirts available soon. <3 #waterbearphotography #waterbearphotographyllc #maternity #maternityphotography #maternityphotographer #gainesville #gainesvillematernity #gainesvillematernityphotographer #gainesvillematernityphotography #floridamaternityphotographer #floridamaternity #watermaternity #watermaternityphoto #pool #florida #pregnant #underwater #underwatermaternity #water #watermaternitysession #pregnancyphoto #lookgnv #nikon #purple #maternitydress #uniquematernityphoto #custom #pink #skirt

As de agustito va cuando

As de agustito va cuando salimos de casa . Hoy me he animado a ir a mi primer curso postparto. Me ha gustado mucho, hemos empezado con un masajito a nuestros bebs y Alan se ha portado genial, le ha encantado sobre todo el de los piececitos. . Hemos hablado de muchas cosas que nos preocupan; Lactancia, horas de sueo, bao, conciliacin familiar... Ha sido genial compartir experiencias y el tiempo se me ha pasado volando. . Vosotras vais a cursos postparto o tenis pensado ir?? Que cosas os preocupan? . #babyboy #babygirl #pregnant #babylove #instababy #love #prettyboy #maternity #photooftheday #newborn #baby2017 #futurospadres #primeriza #embarazo #futuramama #baby #instafamily #babylove #babybump #babyinside #instalike #embarazada #38weekspregnant #mamamolona #papimolon #parto

24Agosto2015
Due anni fa.

24Agosto2015 Due anni fa. Quando la mia vita cambiata. Ricordo bene quel giorno, dopo pranzo, mentre Antonio stava facendo il sonnellino, decisi di fare il test di gravidanza. Avevo un ritardo di 7 giorni, ma ero convinta di non essere in dolce attesa.. non sono una di quelle "me lo sentivo", anzi, tutt'altro, la mattina avevo appena comprato una stecca di Winston blue. Zero nausee, ero quella di sempre. Ricordo bene che appena venuto fuori la scritta "incinta" sono corsa in salotto, dove Antonio stava facendo il suo riposino e con il cuore in gola, poco romantica, gli ho detto "vieni pur di la che positivo". Piangevo e ridevo, si, tutto nello stesso momento. Piangevo di gioia, piangevo per la paura, ridevo per la felicit, ridevo perch dentro di me oltre ad esserci Diego, c'era un conflitto di emozioni. Antonio, sempre poco romantico, come me, mi disse: "tuo babbo mi ammazza" poi mi baci, mi abbracci e si commosse pure lui. Io ero felicissima, lui ancor di pi! Ti voleva da tanto; ero io sempre quella che voleva aspettare il lavoro sicuro, la casa pronta, finire di studiare ecc ecc.. La casa c'era, convivevamo da pochissimo, ma eravamo finalmente insieme nella nostra casina da 4 mesi. Anche di studiare avevo finito, 1 mese prima. Il lavoro era quello che mancava, o meglio, dovevo firmare il contratto esattamente 7 giorni dopo; era quello che mi angosciava e che mi faceva piangere per la preoccupazione. I miei genitori erano partiti il giorno prima per le vacanze, e sarebbero tornati soltanto 6 giorni dopo; avevo una voglia matta di dirglielo, allo stesso tempo avevo paura della loro reazione. 2 anni fa.. Che bel giorno. Che bel ricordo. Un'emozione unica. Il giorno pi "incasinato" della mia vita. E mi commuovo ancora..e rido per le mille paure, inutili, di quel giorno. #dolce #ricordo #feliceadesso #felice #feliceio #felici #aspettavote #diego #ricordi #aspettandote #gravidanza #test #incinta #clearblue #maternidad #maternit #pregnantlife #maternity #newmommy #momtobe #4weeks #pregnancy #newmom #mommytobe #pregnantbelly #24agosto #mamma #futuramamma #mamatobe #newbornbaby

An extract on #maternity

Dresses did not follow a wearer's body shape until the Middle Ages. When western European dresses began to have seams, affluent pregnant women opened the seams to allow for growth. The Baroque Adrienne was a waistless pregnancy gown with many folds. In the time around the Adrienne dress, women wore mens waist coasts. This clothing had laced vents in the back that allowed the wearer to adjust the size of the coat as she needed. The maternity dressed changed during the Georgian period and became practical. The billowing fabric found in the Adrienne dress was again used in this era to accommodate changing bodies, but bibs were added at the bust line to permit breast feeding. Aprons were also worn, to close the opening left by jackets. 19th century maternity clothing was tailored to hide pregnancy. For many decades during the 20th century, maternity wear was considered a "fashion backwater." Pinafores were the most common style and were often sold through nursery shops. Maternity clothing hasn't generally been considered a potentially profitable area for most major clothing manufacturers. This is due to a belief that many women wouldn't purchase clothes intended for only a few months of wearing. However, with wide media interest in celebrity pregnancies beginning in the late 1990s, the maternity wear market grew 10% between 1998 and 2003. In 2006, Kate Bostock of Marks & Spencer said the demand for maternity clothes was growing because "Nowadays women are working during pregnancy, and travelling, and going to the gym, so their clothing needs are greater and more diverse." Further developments in maternity clothing styles have meant that many maternity tops are also made to enable discreet nursing, extending the usable life of maternity clothes beyond just the period whilst pregnant.

Maternity clothes around the world have been undergoing significant changes. In both Eastern and Western cultures, there is greater demand for fashionable maternity clothes. In Western cultures the influence of celebrity culture means that pregnant women in the public eye are taking the lead on maternity fashion. As a result, pregnant women are no longer trying to hide or disguise their "baby bumps", instead choosing to wear garments which closely fit their new shape, often emphasising the bust and abdominal area. Fashion bloggers have caught on to the shift in perception too and began regularly discuss new styles and fabrics designed with the pregnant form in mind. High-tech fabrics such as elastane are the material of choice for maternity wear in Western cultures as they allow garments to be form-fitting while allowing the abdominal area to expand as necessary. Women in Eastern cultures, however, have maintained a much greater sense of modesty when it comes to maternity wear. In both the Islamic and Asian cultures, maternity wear is much less fitted, hemlines are longer and necklines higher. Modern Islamic maternity wear uses fabrics with brighter colours and bolder prints. Aside from cultural modesty, Chinese women have sometimes sought to hide their second pregnancy in less shapely clothes because Chinese policy has dictated that they can only have one child. In Chinese and Japanese cultures, there is a fear of radiation from devices such as computers and mobile phones, especially during pregnancy. Even though there is no evidence to support this (according to WHO), Asian maternity wear is often manufactured from anti-radiation fabrics.

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