These are my fave picks from the Blush and Bloom' s maternity wear.. Don't get suspicious, I'm not preggie and has a son old enough for me to juuust starting to experience some sleep again.
Still a whole lot of woman I know and don't know are having their first, second even third! baby soon.
Yeah yeah, PJ's is the kit but if getting too comfy in them you are probably right now - Weighting between your fave ice cream hidden in your sofa against seeing some fun mates for some gossip and cuppa with better views than The View or The Doctors on the telly.
Then we have the other group. The mums that has to work up until birth and straight back after 45 days or loosing their jobs. Running to the in-house nursery to feed a couple of times a day or desperately pumping milk at the company's mixed gender bathroom..
Tough to see for me, coming from a country with 18 months parental leave with
80-90 % of the salary still coming in and instead of getting sacked for it, probably ends up with a promotion after their leave. Also, visit Sweden to oogle drool some hot Latte' dads carrying their giggly mini me's on their belly, cause most dads takes out a minimum of a 6 months fulltime paternity leave too.
Good comes with bad being an expat but in it all, you mums having to work to keep your jobs just after have had squeezed that football out and having those itchy milk pads on all days
Im just saying -its PROPER KICK ASS IMPRESSIVE!
Well, and that's why you deserve to let that card burn on these uber cool, oh so non old cheesy maid outfits:)
Actually it's wearable even if not preggie( or just still carrying that ice cream belly after a few years?;)