Since I'm on spring break (yahooo!!!!!!!!), I've gotten lots of time to sleep, relax, enjoy the snow (okay, that is definitely sarcasm), and yesterday I reorganized my closet. I normally wear clothes that are fitted. Not RIDICULOUSLY fitted, but just fitted enough to look nice and tailored. So, the first thing to go wasn't my pants, but many shirts.
See, fitted button downs and V-necks, even with something like a nice camisole underneath, start to look a bit ridiculous by the end of the first trimester. Because, not only is your waistline growing, but...uh...some other things, too.
This is a FAMILY, G RATED blog, people, so I'll just have to give you some hints.
They are kind of similar to these:
Thankfully I have an AWESOME friend at work who is due April 25th (*update: Baby Aaron arrived April 24th!*) with her second little one, and she let me borrow some of her shirts. Because we all know how I feel about shopping. I loathe shopping, unless it's for tri stuff. I HATE MALLS.
But I definitely needed some shirts to help with my growing, uh, assets. I'm still in my size 8 pants, but not by much....the size 6 ones we had to say goodbye to already. If I can just make it through the last 2 months of school, then I can live in t-shirts and shorts for a while until the hot and sweltering first month of school.
Yeah, I'm not lookin' forward to THAT. Oh well...
So, here's to (hopefully) another week or two in normal pants...but sayonara 3 weeks ago to my regular tops. I shall miss you, tailored shirts. We will meet again someday.
Now, to more important questions...what on EARTH am I supposed to do about sports bras and running shorts?!