19 Pregnancy Lifesavers!

Jwoww - 19 Pregnancy Lifesavers

Hey guys!! I recently came across this article on BuzzFeed, with some pregnancy tips and I absolutely love it! Reading this has really helped me out throughout my first trimester and I hope all my expectant mommy’s that are reading this can benefit from it as well! I’ll be posting my own personal list next week, so make sure to check back!!! xoxo

1. Coconut, coconut, coconut.
2. Invest in lots of ginger Altoids.
3. Learn how to dress.
4. Get a Bellaband.
5. Find creative ways to stay hydrated.
6. Check your skin care.
7. Buy a maternity pillow.
8. Keep a dream journal.
9. Get prenatal massages.
10. Always be prepared to barf.
11. Try Tai Chi.
12. Get the Baby Bargains book.
13. Take a hard look at your shoes.
14. Consider Acupuncture
15. Think about your bras.
16. Look into grocery delivery.
17. Rent a fetal Doppler.
18. Don’t give up those manicures.
19. Watch out for pregnancy books and websites.


  1. Monie 

    I went through hell with my first baby throughout my whole pregnancy I had morning sickness throughout the day the only way to hold some food down is right after i eat i would have to go to sleep. crackers and water

    February 21 at 10:23am  / Reply
  2. Jamie Berger 

    Hi Jenni!
    I am just about 8 weeks and I have a pretty bad cold going on :(
    Do you have any advice on how I can feel better without stressing baby out?

    February 21 at 10:23am  / Reply
  3. beth summerfield 

    Hi im almost 21 wks pregnant & still have really bad sickness do u know any ways to help with this x

    February 21 at 1:44pm  / Reply
    • Diana 

      I am 15 weeks pregnant and have horrible mornkng sickness still. I can hold down bland foods like baked potatoes with nothing on it but maybe some salt and quinoa. I boil chicken but I don’t add anything to it at all and eat it plain. I lost about 7 lbs but I am finally gaining some weight 2lbs woohoo! Hope it helps you!

      February 21 at 2:26pm  / Reply
    • Ann 

      Talk to your OB about checking you for gastric reflux. I thought I had long term morning sickness. It was reflux. I couldn’t eat, I lost 25 lbs in about 6 months and my child had complications. Morning sickness past the first trimester should be checked. They gave me OTC zantac. But see your doc for sure.

      February 21 at 11:52pm  / Reply
  4. Jordyn 

    You’re actually not supposed to get massages during your 1st trimester because it can harm the baby.

    February 21 at 2:46pm  / Reply
  5. Ann 

    Massages, no… Prenatal massages, yes. Myths and liability spawn this ideology. Prenatal massage therapists are taught what they can and can not do. Basically the lower pelvic area is to be avoided, no deep tissue, avoiding labor inducing pressure points etc. Anyway there is protocol, you should find a MT trained in this area, I’m sure Jenni has.

    February 22 at 12:01am  / Reply


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