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34 weeeeeks and hot tan lines



Remember that one time I went to the beach two weeks ago and wore expired sun block? 
Oh, don't worry, I still have plenty of the amazing sunblock left -just incase you want your legs to look as hot as mine do right now. 

On a completely different note, this skirt may be the most comfortable purchase I've ever made. I don't know why, but throughout this pregnancy, I've found myself avoiding maternity clothing. Mostly, I've just found them to be kind of a waste of money and big elastic waistbands freak me out. I finally gave in one day and bought some maternity shorts (mostly just because I needed more shorts anyway). They're glorious! What was I thinking?! And now this skirt???? Let's just say, if you are pregnant, will be pregnant, or just want the most comfortable piece of clothing ever, get yourself one of these.

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  1. Andrea!! you are so stinkin cute prego!

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    1. Jenesssssssa! I miss you! Come be my nanny

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  2. A lot of people told me maternity clothing wasn't necessary, and I don't have a lot, but I LOVE the stuff I did buy. It is just so much more comfortable to wear the stretchy stuff that to wear regular stuff unbuttoned.

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  3. I love maternity pants...I was a little scared of them too but boy are they SO much more comfortable!

    P/S: You look so ridiculously cute pregnant!

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  4. You look great!! I love your shoes :)


    followme@ www.studentswife.com

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  5. This is adorable! I don't know whether I am more excited about your outfit or in anticipation for the baby :)

    Janelle

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  6. I totally know what you mean and I agree with Kara! I don't have a ton of it, but especially now I'm so glad I have what I do! It's a lifesaver not having to feel squeezed into everything.

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  7. baaaabbbbyyyyyyyy.
    i'd like to borrow that sunblock for when i go tanning before my wedding day. i'd like to look xxxtra sexxxi.

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    1. I hear that! I wish I had looked xxxtra sexxxi on my wedding day. I was just regular sexxxi

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  8. I really tried to not purchase ANY maternity clothes with my second because the ones I bought with my first were fugly. But guess what? Target and Old Navy have some really awesome maternity bottoms. And maternity bottoms are a must, unless you want to live in yoga pants for 9 months.

    You look so cute! Wonky tan lines and all.

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    1. I'm so happy that stores are catching on that pregos wanna look cute too -although 9 months of yoga pants is quite tempting...

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  9. you look so cute and so happy! I'm happy to see that they are starting to create comfy and cute maternity clothes instead of those big bow mumu dresses.

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  10. Can you seriously be any more hot workin' that bump?!?! You look great! And I should prob just buy one of those skirts now (not that I plan to get knocked up any time soon lol). Pencil skirts are classic though. You also make those expired sunblock tan lines look good haha!

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    1. You seriously should order this skirt. It would work for non-preggys too. I'm so wearing mine even after baby comes

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  11. I just found your blog and you are absolutely darling! I am pregnant too! I think just like a week behind you!! So SO exciting! you look amazing! Def. your newest follower! my blog is http://aaronkarina.blogspot.com
    xoxo

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    1. Woohoo! Congrats on baby! We're in the home stretch, girl!

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