Unusual Pregnancy Advice You’ll Wish You Heard

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There is a lot of pregnancy and post-pregnancy advice going around, but what are some lesser known tips?

We’ve searched the internet to find unusual pregnancy advice. Here’s what we found.

Nobody Told Me About Mesh Panties, Kansas City Moms Blog

Michelle says:

I read every book, subscribed to all the mommy blogs and spent hours Googling every piece of information my pregnant mind could absorb.

But, what she says she didn’t hear about was, you guessed it…mesh panties.

Don’t make your belly feel constricted! Read Michelle’s advice here.

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A Stylist’s Tips for Dealing with Post-Partum Hair Loss, Offbeat Home & Life

Anie says:

After my baby was born, I lost about half my hair. Apparently this isn’t uncommon, even though nothing I read forewarned me about it.

Advice to Anie from a stylist…bangs!

Read the full post here.

Also, check out:

My Post-Pregnancy Hair Loss | A Model Recommends
Battling Mommy Brain: 6 Strategies to Boost Brain Health, The Art of Simple

Prepare to deal with mommy brain post-pregnancy. It’s a real thing!

One, somewhat unusual, suggestion from The Art of Simple is to learn something that is opposite of what you normally would. Use your children’s hand paints to create art, for example.

Check out the full list of suggestions here.

0.1. Marriage After Baby: Problems and Solutions, Parents.com

Your household chores will increase after baby. Here’s some advice from Parents.com on splitting chores between you and your significant other:

  • Don’t procrastinate.
  • Post chores list on the fridge.
  • Rotate from week to week.
  • Ask for help when needed.
Bonus Video: Weird Advice Pregnant Couples Get

Yep. You are likely to receive all kinds of advice, including the weird. BuzzFeed Yellow takes a humorous look:

What’s the most unusual pregnancy advice you’ve received?

 

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Lori

Freelance Blogger at ImmenselySocial.com
Lori Hil is a freelance blogger and content curator with an AAS in Early Childhood Education. She now gets to combine her love of writing and teaching through the written word. You can find her all around the web, but especially enjoying the freelance life at ImmenselySocial.com

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