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5 Pregnancy Products Totally Not Worth Your Money

When I was pregnant I wanted to soak up all the knowledge I could and look the cutest I could with a huge watermelon-like stomach.  I had no idea what to expect but I loved going shopping for the baby, for the growing belly and there was a lot out there.

If you are pregnant for the first time or planning to be pregnant soon you will quickly notice there is a lot of stuff marketed to pregnant women. It can be hard to decide what you need and what is just not worth your money.

Click through to see 5 pointless pregnancy products not worth the money


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  • Razor Reach 1 of 5
    Razor Reach
    This product aimed to aid in shaving your legs while pregnant just scares me. Doesn't it seem safer & easier to just sit down?
    product info
  • What to Expect When You’re Expecting 2 of 5
    What to Expect When You're Expecting
    This very popular pregnancy book in my opinion, does nothing but put the fear into you. If you are nervous about pregnancy & birth - avoid this one
    product info
  • Lullabelly 3 of 5
    Lullabelly
    When I was pregnant I played music to my growing baby so I can see the intrigue with this music. I guess I just don't get why you need a whole new product for something you can just hold to your bump.
    product info
  • Maternity Thong 4 of 5
    Maternity Thong
    Seriously, pregnancy is uncomfortable enough - why bother with a thong? This particular pair humors me because they have the panel to go over the baby bump.
    product info
  • Chic Barf Bags 5 of 5
    Chic Barf Bags
    Pregnancy means barfing for a lot of women. With my last pregnancy I puked 4-5x a day for the duration. I just don't see the need for 'designer chic' puke bags.
    product info

:: What do you think is the most useless pregnancy product? ::

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