When a new mom becomes pregnant, as a first time mom or even after her fifth child, people love to tell her stories about their pregnancy, give her unsolicited parenting advice or simply say flat out rude comments! After a few months of hearing comments or towards the end of her pregnancy, she might lash out or fire off some fiery words after she’s heard “omg you’re so big” for the 100th time. We don’t understand why other people don’t think before they speak, especially to a hormonal pregnant woman. Here’s a list of things to never say to a pregnant woman. Also, for all of you pregnant mamas out there, we’ve included a list of comebacks as well (you’ll thank us later!).

Starting the design for your nursery can feel like a daunting task! With so many themes, colors, furniture choices and trying to keep up with the Instagram moms, you may be feeling overwhelmed. We’re here to help you take the first steps in designing your nursery and give you some peace of mind. At the end of the day, the most important part of your nursery should be creating a space that makes you smile, relax and enjoy time with your new little babe!

Have you seen shirts that say “feed me doughnuts + tell me I’m pretty” or “give me pizza + tell me I’m beautiful”? Well, I’m more of a “give me hot wings + you don’t have to say anything to me” kind of girl. So naturally, I love anything that mimics the flavors of hot wings and the accompaniments.

Sure you’ve packed for vacations, spring break trips, your honeymoon and plenty of other trips – but the trip to the hospital or your birthing center is the most important one that you’ll take in your entire life! As you get closer to your due date, so many people will ask you “is your hospital bag packed”? And you’ll start to realize this is actually a thing.

With so many cute rompers, jumpsuits, bows, hair ties, swaddles and other newborn clothing items out there, it can be overwhelming to decide what exactly you need, and how much of each clothing item is necessary! Also, if you’re expecting a new baby, you’re most likely being targeted by many brands on Pinterest, Instagram and Facebook with the most adorable outfits and might be impulsively spending money on really expensive items that your babe can only wear for about a month or so. (Shhh, don’t tell our partners!)

Sure, pregnancy has its benefits. You’re supposed to have an amazing glow (although I really think it’s just a little glistening from all of the sweat thanks to hormones), your hair is thicker and fuller,  and you might even have a nice new amazing rack to show off. Not to mention, at the end of it all you get to have a brand new baby to snuggle which is truly the most amazing gift of them all. However, there are plenty of not so pretty symptoms, aches, and ailments that you’ll have to deal with during the pregnancy that you might not have expected.