dressing the bump

When I was pregnant with Madelyn I bought a few maternity items, but I mostly wore my normal clothes and completely stretched them out, ultimately ruining them. This pregnancy I was determined to buy actual maternity clothes, especially ones that are trendy and don’t make me feel like an unattractive blob.

I originally found Pink Blush when a friend bought one of their delivery robes for hospital photos, and honestly, it was love at first sight. Almost all of the maternity clothes I’ve bought this pregnancy are from Pink Blush, and after getting so many inquires about the different outfits I’ve worn in my posts I’m so excited to collaborate with this company and spread awareness – so, if you don’t know about Pink Blush, then you need to be! I have loved every single thing I’ve bought from them; it’s all unique, high quality, fashionable, and affordable.

 Madelyn didn't want to endure the hot weather so she opted to stay inside during the photos, but she kept opening the door and making sure we "okay?"

Madelyn didn't want to endure the hot weather so she opted to stay inside during the photos, but she kept opening the door and making sure we "okay?"

So many other companies maternity sections are unflattering, it’s like they want us to look as un-sexy as we feel. But some of Pink Blush’s cutest clothes are in their maternity section. When Josh and I went on our Babymoon cruise almost all the outfits I wore were Pink Blush and I felt so beautiful and stylish. Just because you have a baby bump doesn’t mean you’re banished to muumuu dresses and your husband’s biggest, rattiest, oldest shirt. You can be 7 ½ months pregnant and dress even better than you did pre-bump. 

I hope you all love this shop as much as I do; I’m excited to share more of their outfits in the future!

 The other half of my attentive audience. Everyone always wants to know what mama's doing. 

The other half of my attentive audience. Everyone always wants to know what mama's doing.