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Ten Reasons Pinterest Is Getting Me Through My Summer Pregnancy

By arianne |

I feel the heat, I feel the lack of inspiration due to the heat (it seems to suck all the creativity out!) so I have been finding ways to keep my creative side well fed.  Pinterest (have you signed up yet? It’s free and it’s gorgeous – you will love!) is the best way to find quick inspiration. Whether it be to create something, to find a new beautiful quote for the day, to just get a dose of happy if you’re feeling down. I simply love it.

Here are some ofmy favorite baby finds that are getting my nesting instinct super excited, and getting me through this summer pregnancy:

(you can find all the sources for these (and much more) on my Pinterest page!)

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Top Ten Reasons Pinterest Is Getting Me Through My Summer Pregnancy

Puffy doily clouds.

I adore the vintage look of these, while making just a little bit of a whimsy statement.

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About arianne

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Arianne Segerman writes about homeschooling, autism and walking through grief after losing her daughter Mabel in 2010 on her blog Mabel and Riv. She blogged for the Parenting channels at Babble about pregnancy, motherhood and all things family.

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0 thoughts on “Ten Reasons Pinterest Is Getting Me Through My Summer Pregnancy

  1. Paulina says:

    I saw that mobile in a post about nursery’s yesterday and went straight to Michaels for all the supplies! I am not at all a crafty or creative person but this looks too cute and fairly easy to create.

  2. Kate says:

    That crib looks like the slats are preeetty far apart..

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