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Pink Blush Maternity {Giveaway}

Pink Blush Maternity just sounds cute, right? That’s what I thought, too! Pink Blush Maternity is really the only place you’re gonna need to look for clothing for maternity and nursing! 


Cute and Trendy Maternity Clothes

Think back to when you first found out you were pregnant. You thinking? Ok, good. Now, do you remember how you started dreading saying “goodbye” to your cute clothes and having to say “hello” to maternity clothing?

Remember our mothers’ generation and what they wore while they were pregnant? Over-sized jewel-tone shirts with puffy paint? Stirrup-pants? Big bows drawing attention to where attention should not be drawn? No, thanks! (Sorry, mom!)

I was still working when I found out I was pregnant. Every day that I had to say goodbye to a pair of pants, a skirt, a blouse or a dress, was a little bit sad. Well, had I known about Pink Blush Maternity, I think I would have boxed up my clothes and traded in for a whole new wardrobe!

Pink Blush Maternity has everything! Working? They got you covered. Working out? Tons of options! Evening out? Oh yes. Hanging out around the house? Well, you’ll still look great in their casual maternity clothes!

Oh, and let’s not forget about nursing clothes! Seriously, those dog days of post-partum blahs are over with these adorable options!

Easy to Wear Nursing Clothes

Pink BlushAnd this is where I come in. I am 23 months post-partum and nursing my triplets. Let’s just say I need clothing that is easy to maneuver since I pretty much always have someone attached to me! My nursing wardrobe has consisted of baggy shirts and tank tops. Whenever we went to church, I always had to skip over the cute dresses that were not breastfeeding-friendly.

So I was a little bit skeptical when I selected a dress to review for Pink Blush Maternity. How easy is it going to be design a dress in which I can breastfeed three squiggly toddlers and cover up all my pregnancy leftovers around my middle?! Not so easy, I said.

I picked a dress. A gorgeous red dress. A dress that made my husband forget I was still breastfeeding three little calf-babies. A dress that had a cute belt-accessory. And a dress that I could breastfeed in. And a dress that hid the pudgies.

I was convinced.

It was so much fun to be back in a cute dress with the convenience of being able to breastfeed – without having to get completely undressed first (ask me how I know).

And now it’s your turn.


The Giveaway

One really lucky winner will receive a $25 gift certificate toward any item on their website, Be sure to read the terms and conditions…and good luck!
a Rafflecopter giveaway

What items did you select? C’mon, I know you couldn’t resist!

Jennifer Fountain is the founder of Growing Up Triplets and is a contributor to other blogs, including Breastfeeding Place. She writes about raising their three-year-old-triplets, taking the family back to living simply, and endeavoring to honor God in the midst of it all. She has been married to her hubby, David, for nearly five years and is madly in love with him! You can follow Jennifer and the three peas on Google+FacebookTwitterPinterest and the blog.


  1. I see no pudgies whatsoever.


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