Comfortable, polished and trendy - that’s how we’d describe Momo Ann. Their line is full of basic, easy-to-wear pieces that’ll never go out of style. In their collection, you’ll find soft pastels, easy-to-match neutrals, and thoughtful twists on the classics. Though Momo Ann’s clothing is simple, it’s always special.
Guno’s pieces are so easy to mix and match! They’re effortlessly chic and incredibly wearable. Their clothes are a little more grown-up and muted while still always staying youthful and trendy. From vintage-inspired suspenders to ultra-girly tutus, there’s something for everyone in Guno’s line.
Monbebe’s line features classic, vintage-inspired pieces with a modern flair. Their pieces are basic, wearable, and effortlessly cool. Their latest fall/winter collection especially features soft, neutral colors and timeless silhouettes that are perfect for layering and matching.
At week 38, my active baby decided to switch from a normal vertex (head-down) position to a breech (butt-down) position. How he did that, I have no idea! But somehow, he managed.
My doctor recommended External Cephalic Version as a way to correct little Nicholas’s position and allow for a natural birth like I wanted.
37 weeks. Your due date is just around the corner, but you’re not quite out of the woods yet! Over these last few weeks, your baby’s still got some more developing to do - so what should you be doing in the meantime? Here are some final steps every expectant mother should take before giving birth.