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Feed Your Baby Bump in Style: 15 Chic Snack Sacks for Expectant Moms

By Aela Mass |

15 Chic Snack Sacks

Look, a pregnant lady’s gotta eat, right? I, for one, have been pretty much snacking every two hours lately. Truth be told, it’s hard not to feel like a little piggy with all this eating. Sure, I’m eating well, and yesterday I shared 10 healthy snacks for pregnant women. But you feel a little less, well, cool when you’re constantly pushing food in your mouth.

So, I got to thinking. Why shouldn’t pregnant women snack in style? I mean, if we have to keep food with us pretty much at all times, isn’t it better to pull it out of a cute and stylish snack sack than your overstuffed pocketbook or a reused grocery bag?

Here are 15 super cool, affordable, and handmade, lined snack sacks that any expectant mom will be proud to carry around. They are such lovely bags; no one will guess you’re lugging around food in them! Check ‘em out, and happy face-stuffing!

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Stylish Handmade Lunch Bags and Snack Sacks

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If you've got to eat, why not embrace it and advertise it?
Buy a lunch bag for $15.95 from Snowdon

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About Aela Mass


Aela Mass

Aela Mass is a lesbian writer and editor living the dream on Martha's Vineyard with her wife, Sara, and their dog, Darla. She miscarried her twins at 17 weeks and has undergone numerous IVF, FET, and IUI cycles. Her writing has appeared in The Huffington Post among other publications. For more of her work, visit her blog Two Moms Make a Right. Read bio and latest posts → Read Aela's latest posts →

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