Pregnancy

My Pregnancy Must-Haves

As I am nearing the end of my pregnancy I have started reflecting on what I just haven’t been able to live without over the last few months. It’s quite scary to think it’s all nearly over, but I don’t think I would have got by without these few staple items. I’ve had to totally re-think my usual day-to-day lifestyle to adapt to pregnant life, introducing a more regular moisturising routine as well as changing the way I look at clothing and style – here are a few of my pregnancy must-haves.

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A comfy bra

I cannot stress enough how vital a comfy bra has been, especially in the last few weeks. As your breasts get bigger and the general strains of being pregnant begin to grow, it’s important to be able to feel comfortable (well as comfortable as you can be). I have invested in two extra Calvin Klein support bras to what I already had in my wardrobe, and I must say they were a MUST! This white number has extra support than the usual non-wired sports bra styles Calvin Klein produce, which is great for wearing under your usual clothes in place of your usual underwired bras.

Cocoa butter

One of my main concerns as I began to watch my belly expand was dealing with those dreaded stretch marks. Sadly, youth has not been totally on my side and I haven’t managed to totally escape my skin stretching, however I have managed to keep it under control. This cocoa butter by Palmer’s has been an absolute godsend. It does have quite a strong smell, which did take me a while to get used to, but once I got over that I could see the benefits of using it quickly emerging.

Hair bobble

This may seem a little random, but since being pregnant I feel like I’ve turned to the trusty ponytail hairstyle more times than not. I’m not usually one for tying my hair back as I’ve never really suited that style, but for ease and comfort, throwing it back has been the best daily go-to. These plastic hair bobbles are great because they don’t leave that horrible kink in your hair once you take your ponytail out.

Hand cream

I’ve never been one for using hand cream really, it’s always one of those items in spa gift sets that I’ve always passed over to my mam instead of using myself. However, I’ve noticed my hands becoming very dry, very quickly. Your skin changes so much during pregnancy and it’s little things like this that seem to have really affected me. I’ve had to make sure that I’ve had a tube of this on my desk at work, in my handbag and somewhere in the house at all times.

 

What have been your go-to’s during pregnancy?

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