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TummyStyle Maternity & Nursing Clothes

  • The Prego Maternity Bahama Nite Posh Swimwear

    The Prego Maternity Bahama Nite Posh swimwear will make you wish you were lying on a sandy beach looking up at the stars. It's a super comfortable maternity bathing suit with a rich brownish gold floral pattern on a black base. The styling, color and pattern will make your admirers think the suit is more expensive than it really is.

    The Bahama Nite posh maternity swimsuit comes with adjustable straps to help get your sizing right. The top is padded and very supportive with the wide straps which makes it a good option for the women bigger on top.

    The bottoms are black and fit below the belly. Like all Prego Maternity Swimwear, this suit is made really well!

  • Bikini Thief St Barts Maternity Swimwear

    One of the hottest maternity bathing suits out this season is the St Barts by Bikini Thief. This two piece maternity swimwear comes with bikini style bottoms and a ruched side top which allows you to make it snugger and show off more belly.

    What makes this bathing suit so popular is the incredibly detailed and embroidered pattern across the front of the top. It's an embellishment that will make others think you have just paid well over a hundred dollars though it's priced at only $75!

    The top is a wide tank strap style but unlike many of those pre-pregnancy suits, the back criss crosses to give you that extra support you need. An elastic band under the bust line helps to hold you in place. The top will show you off a bit but not so much that you need to be embarrassed.

    The Bikini Thief St Barts comes in Red and Black and is available in XS to Large.

  • Olian Maternity Hearts Nursing Pajama Set

    Are you looking for a cute and fun Valentine's gift for pregnant wife or wife that just had a baby??

    Why not try the Olian Maternity Hearts Nursing Pajama Set. This 4 piece nursing sleepwear is made out of soft cotton and comes with a robe, pants, nursing top and matching baby sleeper. The pants are covered in various styles of hearts and little swirly patterns. The robe has the collar and sleeve cuffs embellished with hearts.

    It's a great choice if you are you are nursing or thinking to nurse. The snap down front provides good support as well as ease of access. Wear it to bed or just walking around the house. Put on the robe when the weather gets a little chilly.

    Whatever your reason for the Hearts Nursing Pajama set, you will be sure to enjoy it! Buy now at $114 and take advantage of the Valentine's Day Sale 20% OFF coupon code LOVE20OFF.

  • Prego Maternity Swimwear -- The Strapless Mini

    Always a classic, the Prego Maternity Black Strapless Mini has the elegant lines that looks great to wear when you are pregnant. The top runs long and straight, though not confining on your pregnant belly. The strapless style is a great choice for a maternity swimsuit when you want to show a bit of shoulder and more skin.

    The top is extra long to cover your behind. It is also extra supportive with a wide elastic band just below the bust. For the larger women, there's a removable support strap to give you an extra bit of assurance. The bottoms are bikini style and cut for a pregnant woman.

    The Prego Strapless Mini Maternity Swimwear is one of our most popular items and is a great deal. Apply coupon code LOVE20OFF to save 20% before Valentine's Day!

  • Looking For A Satisfying And Healthy Pregnancy Snack? Try An Avocado!

    Avocados are one of those foods that everyone in my house can enjoy without complaining. Avocados are available and tasty year round thanks to growing in various regions including California, Florida, Mexico and Chile. My finicky 8 year old daughter will eat them sliced up any day of the week and positively gleams when she sees them on her plate, as if I slaved in the kitchen to prepare something extra special for her. As a toddler she would stuff them to her mouth so quickly that they would end up smeared all over her face and hands while perched in her highchair. We joked that her creamy smooth complexion was result of her daily avocado facial masks during mealtime.

    Avocados are one of those foods that don’t take a lot of preparation to taste good. You can slice them up for sandwiches are salads. You can puree them for a healthy smoothie or throw them in cooked dishes. Avocados are so versatile with a mild flavor and smooth texture that they compliment just about anything from chips, salad, poultry, fish or beef. Whether you are a meat-eater, fish veggie or a vegan, avocados are usually allowed on the menu.

    Odd fact – although you will usually find avocados stacked next to the vegetables in the grocery store, they are actually a fruit. Avocados are native to South and Central America. The two most common varieties are Hass and Fuerte and over 90 percent of the nation’s avocados are the Hass variety from California. Florida produces the Fuerte varieties that are larger and have more water and less fat than the Hasses.

    Avocados are a suburb healthy treat for anyone and especially good for curbing that afternoon snack attack that many pregnant women often feel in even greater force than the rest of humanity and that a carrot or celery stick just won’t satisfy (although maybe when dipped in some salty guacamole). Although a medium avocado has about 30 grams of fat, it’s mostly the monounsaturated “good fat” that boosts good cholesterol and lowers bad cholesterol. A typical serving of avocados is about 1 ounce, which is approximately 3 slices and only 5 grams of “good” fat. Avocados are also a good source of lutein, an antioxidant that is good for the eyes.

    Popular Super Bowl Treat:

    The Hass Avocado Board estimates that over 71 million pounds of the purple-black Hass avocados will be consumed during this year’s Super Bowl parties. That equates to more than 27 feel of avocados, enough to cover an entire football field “end zone to end zone.” We can assume that most of those avocados will be consumed in the form of guacamole dip.

    The most important element in making really good guacamole is using very good, ripe avocados. To find just the right ripeness, press the outside of the avocado gently. If there is a little bit of give, then the avocado is perfectly ripe. If it is hard, it is not ready and if there is too much give, then the avocado is probably too ripe and will not taste good. If you have your “perfect” ripe avocados, all you really need is salt and lime juice (lemon juice is also good if you don’t have a lime). The other good ingredients to add are cilantro, chiles, onion and tomato. However if you are prone to morning sickness, simpler is better, just use the ingredients that don’t make you avert your ever powerful nose during pregnancy (although many pregnant women swear that spicier is better when they are expecting).

    Here’s a good recipe I found with these very ingredients which serves 2-4. Double or triple for larger servings and adjust the chiles portion of the recipe for your level of preferred spiciness.

    Prep time: 10 minutes,

    INGREDIENTS

    2 ripe avocados

    1/2 red onion, minced (about 1/2 cup)

    1-2 serrano chiles, stems and seeds removed, minced

    2 tablespoons cilantro (leaves and tender stems), finely chopped

    1 tablespoon of fresh lime or lemon juice

    1/2 teaspoon coarse salt

    A dash of freshly grated black pepper

    1/2 ripe tomato, seeds and pulp removed, chopped

    Garnish with red radishes or jicama. Serve with tortilla chips.

    METHOD

    1 Cut avocados in half. Remove seed. Scoop out avocado from the peel, put in a mixing bowl.

    2 Using a fork, roughly mash the avocado. (Don't overdo it! The guacamole should be a little chunky.) Add the chopped onion, cilantro, lime or lemon, salt and pepper and mash some more. Chili peppers vary individually in their hotness. So, start with a half of one chili pepper and add to the guacamole to your desired degree of hotness. Be careful handling the peppers; wash your hands thoroughly after handling and do not touch your eyes or the area near your eyes with your hands for several hours.

    Chilling tomatoes hurts their flavor, so don't chop the tomatoes or add to the guacamole until ready to serve.

    Remember that much of this is done to taste because of the variability in the fresh ingredients. Start with this recipe and adjust to your taste.

    3 Cover with plastic wrap directly on the surface of the guacamole to prevent oxidation from the air reaching it. Refrigerate until ready.

    4 Just before serving chop the tomato; add to the guacamole and mix.

    Refrigeration Tips:

    Only refrigerate ripe avocados as unripe ones will not ripen in the cold. You can store ripe avocados in the refrigerator up to 5 days. If you store too long, the flesh will darken and turn into flavorless mush.

    Pureed avocados can be stored in the freezer up to 4 months for use in dips, sauces and spreads. Make sure you place pureed avocados in an airtight container leaving about an inch of head space. Also, for better flavor add a tablespoon of lime or lemon for each avocado you blend in your blender.

    So go for that guacamole dip without guilt this Super Bowl Sunday, it’s good for you and your baby and yummy to boot!

  • Maternal America Beaded Zebra Tankini Maternity Swimwear

    Now on sale at TummyStyle.com is the Maternal America Beaded Zebra Tankini at only $59.95. This great animal print maternity swimwear comes with thick beads on the halter tie for extra embellishment. The bottoms are tie style which is great for any adjustments that need to be made as your pregnant size get ever so slightly larger. The zebra stripes not only look great but help to reduce the appearance of your belly. Additionally, the ruching at the sides pulls the suit tight to give it a nice fitted look which may be preferenctial for some women than the skirt style top.

    Currently, with the Valentine's Day Sale of 20% off, you can purchase this wonderful suit for $47.96.

  • Valentines Day Sale -- 20 Percent Off All Items!!

     

    Now at TummyStyle. 20% OFF everything at TummyStyle both regular priced and on sale.

    Look for your favorite nursing pajamas, maternity swimwear, or maternity dress.

    Hurry before the sale ends!

  • Pregnant Busy Philipps Shows Off Baby Bump at SAG Awards

     

    Philipps chatted to E! about her strategy in dressing for the awards in her third trimester of pregnancy.

    “It was hard to decide which way to go. Do you hide the bump, do you show it off?' the Cougar Town said of her Gabriella Candela gown.

    'I went with show it off! I embraced it!'

    Busy, who is due in June, said she's been craving sandwiches. She also opened up about announcing her pregnancy on Twitter, joking, 'I didn't want people to think I was just getting chubby. I was excited to share the news!'

    Dressing in the latter stages of pregnancy can be a tricky thing, but typically showing a bump, particularly when it is a big bump, with a stretchy tight wrap clothing or ruching, does more to show off your overall glamour and style than placing tent clothing around it try to disguise it, which only makes you look “bigger” particularly if the emphasis is to hide your belly.

    Another good rule of thumb is to go for solid colors and less busy patterns if you are in the later stages of pregnancy with a bump that feels more like a mountain. A full length maxi dress or gown in a solid color in the later stages of pregnancy will greatly elongate your look and streamline your figure. The early and mid months of pregnancy are generally a better time to mix up the patterns and prints, before the bump becomes the main focus of your shape. Also, as we all know, darker colors are more slimming and the winter months are a good time to take advantage of that strategy.

    Pregnancy is a beautiful time in life and one you will want to remember fondly. If you have fun with your curves and bump at each stage of your pregnancy than you will feel as beautiful as you look.

  • Light During Pregnancy Is Important For Fetal Eye Development

    A fascinating new study of mice during pregnancy, leads evidence that pregnant humans also need light during pregnancy to aid in proper fetal eye development.

    A new study conducted by scientists from Cincinnati’s Children’s Hospital Medical Center and the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) and recently published in the journal Nature, reveals information about the importance of sunlight during pregnancy for the eyesight of babies that are born prematurely. The study concluded that the eye, which requires light in order to see, also needs light to develop normally during pregnancy.

    Co-author Richard Lang, PhD, a researcher in the Division of Pediatric Ophthalmology at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center said:

    "This fundamentally changes our understanding of how the retina develops. We have identified a light-response pathway that controls the number of retinal neurons. This has downstream effects on developing vasculature in the eye and is important because several major eye diseases are vascular diseases."

    Lang collaborated with David Copenhagen, PhD, a scientist in the departments of Opthalmology and Physiology at UCSF. Mouse models were used in their study which produced surprising outcomes:

    Copenhagen commented, "Several stages of mouse eye development occur after birth. Because of this, we had always assumed that if light played a role in the development of the eye, it would also happen only after birth."

    The researchers in the current study revealed that the activation of the newly labeled light-response pathway must occur during pregnancy in order to achieve the precisely planned program that creates a normal eye. They point out that it is crucial for the right number of photons to reach the mother's body by late term pregnancy.

    The team of scientists completed several experiments using laboratory mouse models that let them look at the light-response pathway's purpose and parts. Mice were raised in darkness, and in a regular day-night cycle starting at late term pregnancy to examine the comparative outcomes on vascular progression of the eye.

    The scientists confirmed the purpose of the light response pathway by changing an opsin gene in mice known as Opn4 that creates melanopsin which stops the initiation of the photo pigment.

    The melanopsin protein is there in both humans and mice during pregnancy. The authors say they will continue to examine how the light-response pathway might impact the probability of pre-term babies developing retinopathy of prematurity and its relatedness to other eye conditions.

    So get outside and into the sunlight during your pregnancy as much as possible on a regular basis. The natural light not only helps your mood but is essential for your baby’s healthy eye development!

  • Michael Bublé And His Wife Are Having A Baby Bublé!

    Buble, the Canada-born crooner, and his wife Luisana Lopilato, is pregnant with their first child. The couple announced on Thursday that they are expecting with a 22-second YouTube video set to the song “I Just Haven’t Met You Yet.” The video starts with the text “Mike, LU and Mini Buble!!!” and displays images from his wife’s live ultrasound as well as cute photos of the couple.

    "We're having a baby Bublé!!!" was written in both English and Spanish with audio of children cheering.

    Bublé and Lopilata, an Argentinian actress, were married in 2011 in Buenos Aires. The happy couple has always been very vocal about their desire to have children. Soon after their nuptials Buble told ET Canada, "I've said to her a million times I'd love to have kids. "But I always say to her when you're ready — when you feel like you've lived and you've partied and done all the things you want to do. When you've worked your butt off, then tell me."

    He added, "All my friends have babies so every time one of them says, 'Guess what, you're going to be an uncle,' part of me is so happy for them and the other part of me is jealous."

    Lopilato also announced the pregnancy news on her Facebook page:

    I wanted to share with you this great joy with which God has blessed our families and us. Thanks to my family for being with me in every second of my anxiety for wanting to tell, and take care of me with love as they do every day. Thanks to my friends for being as happy as me and giving me the most beautiful hugs. And thanks to God for giving me one of the most beautiful joys and opportunities that a woman can get.

    The couple did not reveal how far along the 25-year-old actress and model is in her pregnancy.

    Congratulations to the adorable couple on their pregnancy!

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