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    Black sleeveless dress with tie in back

    $ 19.99

    Bellies to Babies is a new brand available exclusively at BelliestoBabies.net and at our retail locations. Each style is designed to fit comfortably and showcase your bump in a classy manner....
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    Blue Dress with tie

    $ 27.99

    Bellies to Babies is a new brand available exclusively at BelliestoBabies.net and at our retail locations. Each style is designed to fit comfortably and showcase your bump in a classy manner....
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    Dark Gray With Side Ties

    $ 19.99

    Bellies to Babies is a new brand available exclusively at BelliestoBabies.net and at our retail locations. Each style is designed to fit comfortably and showcase your bump in a classy manner....
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    Teal Blue With Side Ties

    $ 19.99

    Bellies to Babies is a new brand available exclusively at BelliestoBabies.net and at our retail locations. Each style is designed to fit comfortably and showcase your bump in a classy manner....
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    Orange Tunic

    $ 19.99

    Bellies to Babies is a new brand available exclusively at BelliestoBabies.net and at our retail locations. Each style is designed to fit comfortably and showcase your bump in a classy manner....
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    Liz Lange

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    Two piece swimwear
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    Planet Motherhood

    Maternity Short Sleeve - Large

    $ 10.99

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    teal top with floral print
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    Swimwear

    $ 26.99

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    Two piece swimwear
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    Long Sleeve Maternity - Large

    $ 11.99

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    Scoop neck off-white tee with grey tone print.
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    Motherhood Maternity

    Dress - Medium

    $ 16.99

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    Lovely in linen - canary yellow. Tie-in back, full length.
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    Liz Lange

    Dress - Medium

    $ 15.99

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    Great little number: slinky black dress with adjustable straps.
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    Everything is coming up Rosy! Y- style knit dress with rose floral print.

Bellies to Babies Tips & Blog

  • 5 rules to follow to avoid getting the cold

    Posted: Apr 22 2015

    Did you know that the average adult gets two to three colds each year? If you are like most people, you will try almost any remedy to stop a cold in its tracks. Truth be told...

    Did you know that the average adult gets two to three colds each year? If you are like most people, you will try almost any remedy to stop a cold in its tracks. Truth be told, once a cold enters you body, there is nothing you can do to stop it in its tracks. It has to just run its course. So called cold remedies, like zinc and vitamin C, are not supported by science. That being said, you are not totally defenseless. If you keep your immune system strong you are more likely to fight off a cold or virus invasion. The following things will help you boost your immune system so you can stay cold-free. Sleep If you don’t get an adequate amount of sleep your immune system declines. Studies suggest that lack of quality sleep may derail T-cell functioning and increase inflammatory cytokines. Both of these things...

  • Something interesting to remember.....

    Posted: Apr 18 2015

    According to a recent study in Psychological Science, you have until the age of 35 until your memory starts going downhill.

    According to a recent study in Psychological Science, you have until the age of 35 until your memory starts going downhill. During the study, neuroscientists at MIT and Massachusetts General Hospital tested 48,537 people between the ages of 10 and 89. They tested them to evaluate memory, emotion recognition, number skills and vocabulary. So what did they find? Working memory, or the ability to hold on to facts like names and numbers for a short amount of time peaks at age 25. It holds steady until the age of 35, then after that, it starts to slowly decline. Previous research from the studies coauthors shows that people's short term memory, like the ability to remember a persons eye color, peaks in the early 30s. So why does this happen so early in life? No one is quite sure. It is believed that the brain improves when we are children and...

  • Several "to knows" Before Giving Birth

    Posted: Apr 13 2015

    Pregnancy has many joys. You get to see your baby on an ultrasound. You get to feel them moving, and you get to buy all the fun baby stuff.. As your pregnancy comes to an end....

    Pregnancy has many joys. You get to see your baby on an ultrasound. You get to feel them moving, and you get to buy all the fun baby stuff.. As your pregnancy comes to an end, you have started to worry about labor and delivery. Maybe you are worried about the pain or the potential for surgery. Well, it is normal to worry about labor and delivery. That being said, being fearful isn’t going to solve your problem. What you need before your big day is more confidence. The following advice will help you go into your labor with your chin up and your worries at bay. Understand It is important to understand what you are about to do. Women have been delivering babies since the beginning of time. There is nothing more natural than giving birth. Our bodies are trained to do it, so if you convince yourself of...

  • 4 Essentials To Teach Your Child For The Real World

    Posted: Apr 06 2015

    Nobody wants to raise children that can’t take care of themselves. Ideally, we want to raise children that can take care of a home when they are an adult. What skills should....

    Nobody wants to raise children that can’t take care of themselves. Ideally, we want to raise children that can take care of a home when they are an adult. What skills should we teach are children so they grow up independent? The following are a few of the things our children should know before they grow up. Cooking Cooking isn’t just a home management skill, it is a life skill. Teaching your child to cook healthy meals can go along way! Letting your child help with the cooking at home will help them learn this vital skill. Laundry Everyone needs clean clothes so this is an essential skill for your child to learn. Ideally, you want your child to be able to wash their own clothes before they graduate high school. Teach them how to sort clothes for washing. and how to iron and and sew a button on a shirt. Cleaning...

  • 3 Items You Can Put On Hold If You Are On A Budget And Expecting

    Posted: Apr 01 2015

    When you are preparing for your baby’s arrival there are some nonnegotiable items you need no matter what

    When you are preparing for your baby’s arrival there are some nonnegotiable items you need no matter what. For instance, you need diapers, a new car seat, and a crib to name a few, but there are plenty of things you can put off buying altogether or wait to buy when the baby comes. If you are on a tight budget and need to save money ,put the following things on hold for now. Bassinet/Cradle Buying a cradle or bassinet is nice in theory, but you can only use it for the first five months. A pack and play is a much wiser investment because it grows with your child. Plus, it serves dual functions for play and sleep. Some pack and plays even come with a bassinet feature. Baby Cloths Buying baby clothes is necessary, but you don’t want to buy a ton of newborn clothes. First off, you...