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  • Maternity Swimwear | Options to Choose From - Huggies
    more Pregnant women have the same rights as anyone else when it comes to enjoying their favourite water activities so don t feel you need to be excluded Fortunately maternity swimwear like most other maternity clothing has undergone a revolution in both design and manufacture This has been helped enormously by changes in the stretchability and inherent strength of certain fibres such as Spandex Elastene and Lycra These fibres are what give swimwear its stretch and quick drying features This combination of qualities as well as recoil resilience and quick drying is essential when it comes to swimwear Obviously the seasons play a big role in whether you are going to need to buy a maternity swimsuit If the latter stages of your pregnancy are going to occur in the cooler winter months then you re probably not going to be as interested in buying maternity swimwear as those mums whose baby is due in summer But then again pregnancy aqua sports have become very popular The heating of indoor and outdoor pools has meant that there is an extension of months when water activities can still be done in relative comfort But I m so hot Many pregnant women feel constantly hot due to a normal rise in body temperature during gestation Swimming can provide a great deal of relief and comfort even for those women who are not generally water enthusiasts There is also the added bonus of feeling buoyant in water which brings much needed relief and a sense of weightlessness This is particularly beneficial for mothers who are very pregnant and experiencing back pain I haven t got a thing to wear Whatever swimwear you usually wear is likely to still be suitable for at least your first trimester Most women don t show until their second trimester from three six months of pregnancy so even if you are used to wearing a bikini to swim in this will probably still be fine for the early months But what you choose to wear is entirely up to you Some women love to show off their pregnant belly and wear a bikini until well into their third trimester But others feel they want to be more discrete and at least have some covering layer no matter how thin the fabric What can be and often is the determining factor in maternity swimwear choices is a mother s stretch marks Although these are a very common development during pregnancy many mothers still feel self conscious about them So wearing a bikini or a swimsuit which covers more or less skin is really a very individual matter of choice What are my options when it comes to choosing maternity swimwear The swimwear that you choose will be influenced by how much actual swimming you re likely to do or if you plan to just sit in the water and cool off Some women choose to wear their more athletic one piece swimsuits for the duration of their pregnancy especially

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  • Travelling When Pregnant | Pregnancy Holidays - Huggies
    offers and that from time to time we may invite you to take part in our research You can unsubscribe at any time Travelling When Pregnant As a general rule pregnancy is not considered a great time for travelling To put your life on hold though for nine months is impossible and it is likely you will want to take holidays and have weekends away within this time However it is generally recommended that pregnant women do not travel to tropical areas within developing countries and to try and limit any travel within the last six weeks of their pregnancy Travel insurance is a sound idea if travelling outside of Australia The cost of medical care in some countries is prohibitive and in the case of premature labour and delivery unexpected hospitalisation fees can extend to thousands of dollars Is there a better time to travel during pregnancy The best time to travel is usually within the second trimester of pregnancy Early nausea has usually settled by then and most women are still reasonably comfortable with regard to their size The baby isn t so close to being due that enjoying a holiday is out of the question and your belly will still be reasonably contained Where possible plan your travel arrangements to allow for frequent breaks Being able to get up and move around access a toilet easily and do some stretching will make the extra time getting to your destination worthwhile Sitting still for hours on end and having restricted movements will not only be uncomfortable but is ill advised Generally 5 6 hours is sufficient time for a pregnant woman to be sitting in one position before she needs to get up and move around Wear comfortable easy clothing which has some give in it when you travel It is common for feet and ankles to swell a little if they aren t being used Air Travel Flying Some people mistakenly believe that the low pressure within air cabins can initiate labour When combined with the comparatively low oxygen levels within the aircraft this makes travelling by plane something to be avoided where possible On both counts this is wrong The baby is protected by its mother s thick muscular uterine wall as well as the buffering properties of the amniotic fluid Your own body will adjust to the pressure and atmospheric changes in the environment so your baby will not be compromised Making comfortable seating arrangements takes on a different priority when you are pregnant It may even be worthwhile considering an upgrade from your usual seat location making this money well spent Don t be afraid of asking for a free upgrade at the check in desk if you can Citing your pregnancy as a reason may just be enough to ensure a more comfortable flight Many airlines place restrictions on pregnant women flying if they have complications or are carrying a multiple pregnancy A medical clearance from your doctor may be necessary Check these

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  • Driving While Pregnant | Safety Tips and FAQs - Huggies
    Conditions that apply to you when you use the forum content submitted to the forum or the site must not be inappropriate offensive illegal or infringing or for commercial gain other than in the Promote Your Business forum the site forum and all content is provided on an as is basis without any warranties of any kind and to the extent permitted by law we will not be liable for any indirect incidental special and or consequential damages including but not limited to loss of profits arising out of your access to or inability to access the site or your use of or reliance upon the site or the content we may suspend your membership if you do not comply with the Site Terms and Conditions and we may restrict your access to the site at any time without notice We respect your right to privacy and will comply with the National Privacy Principles in respect of the collection use disclosure and handling of your personal information Any personal data you transmit to the site by electronic mail via the forum or otherwise will be retained and used by us in accordance with our Privacy Policy displayed on this site By becoming a member you are taken to consent to this policy Close Opt in to receive Huggies emails By joining Huggies you agree to receive regular email newsletters with information and articles relevant to your baby including exclusive Club member competitions and special discount offers and that from time to time we may invite you to take part in our research You can unsubscribe at any time Driving While Pregnant Driving or riding in a car during pregnancy can be a bit awkward Imagine having to deal with a tight parking situation at a late stage As your body changes proportions it puts new demands on sitting comfort too But the safety belt and airbag are of course as crucial as ever Both Buckled Up When driving make sure to adjust the driver s seat and steering wheel properly to give you full control of the car You need to be within comfortable reach of the steering wheel and pedals yet allowing as much space as possible between the steering wheel and the upper half of your body It is important that you always wear a safety belt regardless of where in the car you sit Equally important is the need to wear it correctly Remove bulky clothes to let the safety belt come as close to the body as possible Pull the lap belt over the thighs lying flat under the belly Make sure the torso belt is positioned between the breasts and pull tight 5 Tips for Safe Driving 1 Use Your Senses Look around survey the road ahead so you know what s coming up and keep an eye on the road behind Try planning your lane changes a few cars ahead so that you have plenty of time to merge 2 Stay Awake If you

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  • 10 Weeks Pregnant Belly & Symptoms | Fetus Size - Huggies
    they are born close to 40 weeks The chances of your baby developing a physical deformity after week 10 of pregnancy are reduced But it is still important to be ultra careful throughout the rest of your pregnancy Other equally important aspects of their development will still continue to progress throughout the remainder of their gestation Why so many questions When you are 10 weeks pregnant you can really see the end in sight of your 1st trimester This is thought by many women to be the hardest of the 3 trimesters simply because the symptoms of early pregnancy can be so draining Some women feel they can relax a little from week 10 the likelihood of miscarrying is reducing and excitement starts to creep in Is it too early to start buying baby things Should we tell other people now Will the baby be ok How can I possibly become someone s mother These and a million other questions will flood your mind from now on and they are completely normal Your physical changes this week You don t miss out on being compared again with a piece of fruit this week or to be more exact your uterus doesn t When you are 10 weeks pregnant your uterus is the size of a grapefruit More thickening around your middle this week when those elasticised pants and skirts are still getting a workout This is the time when you may be getting a muffin top but instead of it being due to overeating it s because of a little muffin on the inside No big news on the nausea front I m afraid well not just yet Keep that ice cream container handy for when your stomach isn t being too cooperative Stick with bland easy to digest foods and encourage your partner to cook if you can t face doing this yourself What was that noise You may need to excuse yourself from polite company around this time in your pregnancy Flatus wind gas whatever you like to call it will creep up on you at the least convenient times Don t think there s anything wrong with you Having more wind is a common but little discussed symptom of pregnancy It isn t helped by some foods though so avoid those which just add to the problem Beans green leafy vegetables bran and high fibre cereals can all be main offenders Your emotional changes this week You might find yourself becoming more superstitious than usual Try to balance reality and science with a bit of healthy fun Most people have their own favourite stories when it comes to sharing their pregnancy and childbirth experiences Learn to filter what you don t want to hear Dream on Pregnancy is a time when dreams take on a whole new dimension They can be very strange quite frightening and make no sense whatsoever Avoid analysing them for possible meanings or hidden messages Dreams are just one means of filtering our

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  • 9 Weeks Pregnant Belly | Symptoms | What To Expect - Huggies
    and is probably making its presence well and truly felt Although the early weeks are not easy sailing for most women others don t find it hard at all If this sounds like you don t feel as if you ve been robbed of something special You still have another 30 weeks or more to experience all symptoms that pregnancy has to offer It is still not obvious to anyone else that you are pregnant yet but you could be getting quite thick around the middle Close fitting trousers and skirts don t quite do up like they used to and you could find yourself limited to what fits you It s still too early to be wearing maternity clothes so search the inner depths of your wardrobe for clothes with an adjustable waistband At 9 weeks pregnant you may be thinking about telling your family and close friends about your special news or they could be getting a little suspicious Declining alcohol giving up smoking changes in your appetite or needing to run off to the bathroom a lot can raise alarm bells for the more observant There is no perfect time to tell the world Lots of couples wait until after the 1st trimester has passed when the risk of miscarriage is reduced Your physical changes this week It s still too early to see or feel your expanding uterus through your abdominal wall It is still protected behind your pubic bone when you are 9 weeks pregnant and won t start lifting up and out until after your 12th week You might find you can see your veins more clearly especially across your breasts and legs Your legs may ache if you ve been standing for a while and you could want to sit down more Try to put your legs up when you can and rest them on a chair or footrest You will probably find your vaginal discharge has increased by now This is normal throughout pregnancy and unless it is offensive smelling or becomes yellow or irritating don t be concerned Many pregnant women use panty liners and find them helpful You may feel occasional cramps and lower abdominal pains This is normal and can feel similar to pre menstrual discomfort and heaviness However if you find they are always present you are having any vaginal bleeding or you are concerned check with your midwife or doctor Your nipples may have grown larger and become darker You may also find you have small pimples forming around your areola These are known as Montgomery s Tubercles and will help to prepare your nipples for breastfeeding Don t squeeze them or try to get rid of them They do have a purpose unlike the ones which may be cropping up on your face Yes you could be revisiting your adolescence this week with a fresh outbreak of pimples Those pregnancy hormones for all the important work they do are also responsible for the spots Be careful

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  • Kids Bedroom Ideas - Inspiration for Kids Bedroom Decor at Huggies - Huggies
    baby room designs toddler room designs and big kid room designs There are some big decisions to be made when designing a new bedroom including furniture bed size patterns colours and the types of furniture you will need Most recent rooms view more Dream shelleys bedroom by Madison Macee monthly votes 0 gender girl age baby type bedroom Under the Sea Lincolns room by Biagioni123 monthly votes 0 gender boy age toddler type bedroom Animals Chelsea s Penguin Pad by Tsztanski monthly votes 0 gender girl age newborn type bedroom Most popular this month view more Calm calm princes by Sumeerasaeed monthly votes 1 gender girl age newborn type bedroom Dream shelleys bedroom by Madison Macee monthly votes 0 gender girl age baby type bedroom Under the Sea Lincolns room by Biagioni123 monthly votes 0 gender boy age toddler type bedroom Most popular all time view more Decorative Lily s Room by Litl Red43 gender girl age baby type bedroom Decorative Xerez s Wonderland by Kukards gender boy age newborn type bedroom Teddies Angelina s cuddly teddies bedroom by Geebeefarm gender girl age toddler type bedroom back to Baby room designs New room Browse rooms view all Room types bedroom

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  • Newborn Room Designs and Bedroom Layouts at Huggies - Huggies
    family is likely to be top of your to do list If this is your first time putting together a nursery then it s likely you will be on the lookout for some inspiring tips from mums who have been through it all before There are so many things to consider change tables cribs baby bedding wall mosaics storage and of course you re nursing chair for those late night feeding sessions You can even try our Baby Room Decorator tool to see how your ideas will fit together Our dedicated newborn baby room gallery was put together to showcase some of the most popular newborn bedroom designs from our Huggies members Vote for your favourite to give our creative mummy members a chance to win Most recent rooms view more Animals Chelsea s Penguin Pad by Tsztanski monthly votes 0 gender girl age newborn type bedroom Nature Flynn s Hideaway by Kittykat 1991 monthly votes 0 gender boy age newborn type bedroom Fairy White with Faries by Sataniaericadraven monthly votes 0 gender girl age newborn type bedroom Most popular this month view more Calm calm princes by Sumeerasaeed monthly votes 1 gender girl age newborn type bedroom Animals Chelsea s Penguin Pad by Tsztanski monthly votes 0 gender girl age newborn type bedroom Nature Flynn s Hideaway by Kittykat 1991 monthly votes 0 gender boy age newborn type bedroom Most popular all time view more Decorative Xerez s Wonderland by Kukards gender boy age newborn type bedroom Dream Milly s Daisy and Tom Magical Land by KimmyWays monthly votes 0 gender girl age newborn type bedroom Dinosaurs Nathaniels Land before time by dolphinmia monthly votes 0 gender boy age newborn type bedroom back to bedroom New room Browse rooms view all Room types bedroom playroom Room ages newborn baby

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  • Newborn Room Designs for Boys at Huggies - Huggies
    baby boy rooms usually employ a traditionally light blue colour scheme but that doesn t mean you have to follow suit Some of the popular themes for newborn baby boys are Jungle themes aeroplanes trains cars sports or pirate themes But there are so many different contemporary styles for newborn boys baby rooms so you can do something traditional or something funky and new Check out some of the examples below submitted by some of our creative Huggies members Most recent rooms view more Nature Flynn s Hideaway by Kittykat 1991 monthly votes 0 gender boy age newborn type bedroom Decorative Elijah s room by C Mallia monthly votes 0 gender boy age newborn type bedroom Jungle Monkey by Clouton1994 monthly votes 0 gender boy age newborn type bedroom Most popular this month view more Nature Flynn s Hideaway by Kittykat 1991 monthly votes 0 gender boy age newborn type bedroom Decorative Elijah s room by C Mallia monthly votes 0 gender boy age newborn type bedroom Jungle Monkey by Clouton1994 monthly votes 0 gender boy age newborn type bedroom Most popular all time view more Decorative Xerez s Wonderland by Kukards gender boy age newborn type bedroom Dinosaurs Nathaniels Land before time by dolphinmia monthly votes 0 gender boy age newborn type bedroom Jungle Navarone s Nursery by Mummyambassadors gender boy age newborn type bedroom back to newborn New room Browse rooms view all Room types bedroom playroom Room ages newborn baby toddler kids Room genders boys girls neutral Room themes Airplanes Animals Barbie Bold Calm Cars Trucks Cartoon Characters Circus Carnival Dance Decorative Dinosaurs Dolls Dream Earthy Fairy Fancy Horses Ponies Jungle Magic Music Nature Pirates Princess Space Sports Super Heroes Teddies Traditional Under the Sea Warm Wild West Popular themes Decorative Calm Animals Jungle Nature Bold Cartoon

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