Friday, November 17, 2006

Here I go again

I know I bitch a lot about maternity clothes--and I'm about to do it yet again--but I really do try to help myself every once in a while.

After a recent tragic purchase of a black maternity velour jogging suit which rendered me akin to a beached seal (please someone club me), I decided that there had to be something cooler out there in cyber space. So I went online shopping today and found this cute little maternity boutique that I thought looked promising.

I wasn't put off, er...much, by the pregnancy belly rings; I took out out mine when I was with Amy, but perhaps some women would only want to go through that initial piercing once and therefore keep theirs in all nine months, so who am I to judge? I guess. Anyway, there were a few hip items--relatively speaking--and I even ordered a pair of jeans and a top. However, amongst my rock star wardrobe choices were some rather tastless T-shirts that I wondered who in the hell would order? Bold illustrations of a fetus attached to an umbilical cord. The "Got Milk?" visual. And then, my particular favorite, "Laid down, knocked up." I pictured myself wearing that at the next Catholic school elementary meeting with the kids asking,
"what does that mean, Mommy?" Nice.

Is there a happy medium in between Amish school marm and pole-dancing whore?

Oy.


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Today was the last day of school. Oh happy day. A whole week off from packing lunches and waking up early. I am going to sleep like the dead, my friends. I hope you do, too.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi it's Bonnie. I found lots of good maternity clothes for me. You just don't know where too look that is the problem. Also I can still wear some of my regular clothes too and I have only less than 5 weeks left.

Jodi said...

I can think of a famous gal, or two who would have purchased the delight (described) scanky maternity T-shirts--Brittany Spears and Anna Nicole Smith.

Trisha said...

Try Old Navy at the Westshore Mall and Gap online, not perfect but better than say Sears. The Motherhood store isn't too bad, it's hit or miss. Good luck!