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Seventeen Reasons To Homeschool Your Kids

Reasons To Homeschool Your Kids

Seventeen Reasons To Homeschool Your Kids

By: Rudy Silva

Homeschooling was once a rare educational method. Today it is well known and an accepted way to education your kids.

Most parents thinking of homeschooling have a difficult time deciding whether to do it or not. The following is a list 17 reasons why other parents are homeschooling their kids. And, there is one important question you must answer correctly if you expect to succeed in homeschooling. This will be given to you at the end of this article.

  • Private school is to expensive

     

  • Their children have problems learning in school or have a hard time getting along with other kids

     

  • They have special health needs

     

  • They are unhappy with the public school curriculum

     

  • They want their kids to have a better education

     

  • They enjoy homeschooling and being with their children

     

  • They don't want their kids to be badly influenced by other kid and learn their bad behaviors

     

  • They want their kids to learn the skills they need to succeed in life

     

  • They want their kids to receive an education that caters to their interests, ability level and aspirations

     

  • They move around, following husbands work, and this is a way to keep the family together

     

  • Their kids would get the individual attention they really needed

     

  • It gives the kids a chance to become who they really are by giving them more freedom to express themselves than public schools would allow.

     

  • The want to see their kid grow and turn into wonderful, capable, loving person.

     

  • They want a way of life that allows the whole family to be together

     

  • They feel they are releasing their kids to strangers to raise them and this is not what they want to do

     

  • Their own educational philosophy greatly differs with the public school education.

     

So how do you decide whether to homeschool or not. Well, you're going to need a lot of information. You need to learn about,

  • academic research

     

  • legal homeschool rulings

     

  • homeschooling practicals

     

  • schooling materials

     

  • how much it will cost

     

  • how to evaluate what you are doing

     

One more important thing you will need to find out. You need to know what it feels like to homeschool your kids day in and day out.

Finally, the most important question you have to answer if you are planning to homeschool your kids is:

Do you really enjoy being and spending time with your kids? The question is, if you enjoy spending a lot of time with your kids every day. You must like being with your kids most of the time and if you don't then most likely, homeschooling is not for you.

 

Author Bio
For more tips and information about homeschooling and a special email course on homeschooling go to: www.for--you.com/homeschooling2
Rudy Silva has a BA Physics degree and is a Natural Nutritional trainer, teaching people how to gain good health.

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Malva Pudding - South African Dessert Recipe

Malva Pudding - South African Dessert Recipe

Submitted by: Kit Heathcock

Almost every restaurant in Cape Town has Malva Pudding on its dessert menu. It is one of those ubiquitous dishes that one has to side-step diplomatically, as a tour manager organising menus for a week of dinners for clients on walking holidays. If you're not careful you could end up with a gastronomic tour of Cape Town's Malva Puddings! That's not to say that it is not a good dessert choice. It is rich, delicious and indulgent and has to be tasted at least once on a gourmet tour of Cape Town. Along with many other traditional South African dishes it gives a nod to the Netherlands for its origins. Essentially a rather homely baked cakey pudding, its restaurant version soaks itself in a rich, creamy sauce to take on a mantle of decadence, while elegant versions serve themselves up with a few poached apricots alongside too.

No-one seems to know where the name Malva pudding came from - suggestions range from a traditional accompaniment of Malvasia wine, a heavy dessert wine, to a woman named Malva creating it back in the mists of time.

I tried out my sister-in-law's recipe to make a dessert to follow our Sunday lunch of roast chicken and roast potatoes. Hers is a home version rather than restaurant one and gives details for the cake without drenching it in the creamy sauce. It produces a comforting cross-between steamed pudding and cake, with a tantalising hint of the apricot jam that flavours it and a pleasing, almost caramelly overtone. It is served warm with custard and cream alongside. Leaving out the stage of drenching it with the sauce makes it a lot less rich and calorific, but does mean that you can eat a lot more of it!

Malva Pudding Recipe
Serves 6-8

1 heaped tablespoon butter
3 heaped tablespoons apricot jam
1 egg
1 cup flour
1 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda
½ cup sugar
½ cup milk

Cream together the butter and sugar. Add the beaten egg and jam and beat together. Add the dry ingredients and milk alternately and stir into the mixture. Pour the batter into a greased round dish approx 21cm / 8 inches. Cover either with a lid or tinfoil and bake at 180C / 375F for 30 minutes until the top is browned and a skewer comes out clean. Serve warm with custard and cream.

If you would like to try the rich and more traditional version of Malva Pudding, and I think it should be done once in a while, here is a recipe for the sauce to drench it in as soon as it leaves the oven.

Sauce
1 cup cream
4oz / 100g butter
½ cup sugar
60 ml hot water.

Warm together the ingredients until the butter has melted and the sugar dissolved and pour over the pudding as it comes out of the oven. You can prick holes in the top to help the sauce soak in.

With the sauce incorporated into the Malva Pudding you hardly need anything else to accompany it, the cream being already inside! Just for appearances' sake though you might like to serve it with a conservative dollop of vanilla ice cream, or a few poached apricots and a drizzle of cream. The other compromise is to reserve some of the sauce to serve alongside the pudding rather than letting the whole amount soak in.

Copyright 2007 Kit Heathcock

About the Author: Kit Heathcock writes and copyedits for a number of websites from Original Orange. She contributes to a luxury travel website Just the Planet and A Flower Gallery.

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12 Essential Tips to Add to Your Moving Check List

12 Essential Tips to Add to Your Moving Check List

12 Essential Tips to Add to Your Moving Check List

By: Paul Wilson

Moving means umpteen things to be done -it is not about just putting things into boxes, taking them to another place, and unpacking there. The more complicated our lives get the more the things to be done before and after moving.

To make life easier and less complicated, use a "moving checklist." This will help you move efficiently and methodically.

The first thing is to write down simple facts about your destination-what kind of weather, climatic changes, urban or rural, water potability, infrastructure in new home, size of home, colors of walls, rules made by landlord in case it is a rented home-some landlords specify no nails on walls.

A typical check list will have:

  • Inventory of goods-perishable, breakable, unbreakable. A room-wise inventory is recommended. Also a box containing "first day needs" marked load last, unpack first.

     

  • A file containing essentials like house documents, insurance papers, packing lists, bills to be settled, travel tickets, keys to new home, and bills to be settled.

     

  • A must do list to remind you to:
    • Arrange transfer of school records.
    • Pay utility and other pending bills.
    • Transfer bank accounts.
    • Turn off phone, heat, electricity, and gas connections.
    • Disconnect television and Internet cables.

       

  • A list of "to be done" --- post office notification; insurance for valuables, health checks and medications; buying travelers cheques ; closing club, gym, and library memberships; canceling newspapers and magazine subscriptions; returning any borrowed things; finding new homes for pets and plants; confirming travel plans.

     

  • Pack a travel kit containing cheque books, credit cards, personal phone book, I-pod, identity card, flashlight, keys to new home, toiletries, change of clothes, emergency medications, food, towels, alarm clock, games for kids, hat, and windcheater.

     

  • List of items to be sold/placed in storage. List of things to be repaired, replaced, painted, or refurbished.

     

  • List of legal papers and keys to be handed over to the landlord or new owner of your home.

     

  • A folder containing details of movers, truck number, drivers ID and cell number, as well as addresses and phone numbers of their office at the destination and call center or tracking center. An envelope containing cash or cheque to settle the mover's bills.

     

  • Arrangements to be made in your new home before you arrive: a working phone, installing utilities like gas, electricity, and heat, putting in cable for the television as well as internet, turning on the water supply, getting the painting as well as any other alterations or repairs done before the trucks arrive.

     

  • Ready to use folder containing, birth certificates, school records, medical records, dental records, transfer papers, and anything else required to enroll them in the new school.

     

  • A bare necessities box marked No 1, containing: toilet paper, towels, soap, shampoo, bath towels, paper towels, insecticide, cereal, dehydrated milk, coffee, and other must haves.

     

  • A "new home" must do list: validate your car papers and drivers license, renew or get new insurance, put all legal papers in order (check applicable laws), make a list of emergency numbers: hospital, police station, social services, fire station, doctor's clinic, and vet.

     

Be well prepared to move, make a list that pertains to you personally. If you are well organized the move will go smoothly.

 

Author Bio
Paul Wilson is a freelance writer for www.1888MovingCompanies.com, the premier website to find help on moving including moving companies search, compare movers, moving insurance, auto transport, moving tips, and more. He also freelances for www.1888Discuss.com.

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Cabinet Refacing Offers a Quick Pick-Me-Up for Your Kitchen

Cabinet Refacing for Your Kitchen

Cabinet Refacing Offers a Quick Pick-Me-Up for Your Kitchen

By: Heather Peters

Kitchens are one of the most popular rooms in the home and probably the number one room where remodeling can add tremendous value to your property. House flippers will focus a large portion of their budget on the kitchen as it is the biggest draw for house shoppers. What if your kitchen is in need of a face lift but you don't have the major budget of a seasoned house flipper? You can benefit from a strong first impression by simply refacing your kitchen cabinets.

Essentially this requires a redo of the front faces of the cabinets and the hardware. This includes the doors, drawer fronts, cabinet handles and the cabinet body fronts.

One of the most common methods (and probably the cheapest) is to repaint all cabinet surfaces and doors. This doesn't have to be a time consuming process, usually you can accomplish the entire job in 2 or 3 days. It does make a bit of a mess so it's advised that you do all the door and drawer painting outside or in a well ventilated area of your home. For the cabinet body fronts you'll paint them where they stand so put up plastic sheeting over the doorways to prevent excess paint and fumes from leaking into other rooms of your house.

The other most popular method is to simply replace all the doors, drawers and hardware while leaving the cabinet bodies in place and either painting or refinishing those. This method allows you the fun and freedom of shopping for new cabinet doors but also saving hundreds or thousands of dollars over the price of entirely new cabinets.

Cabinet refacing also allows you a lot of creative freedom. Crafty individuals will often cut out the middle section of cabinet doors and replace them with all sorts of materials including punched copper, shiny objects between panes of glass, or even dried food materials in colorful arrangements. Simply using glass insets will provide a more open space visually, but be sure you're on the neat side as visitors will see the entire contents of your cabinets!

Before starting your cabinet refacing project check out various kitchen remodeling photos on the internet and in your local home improvement stores. They will have hundreds of great ideas to suit any budget. Most of all, have fun and enjoy the pick-me-up!

 

Author Bio
Learn more about cabinet refacing at http://kitchen-cabinets.diyhomeremodeling.com/kitchen-cabinet-refacing.html

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Looking For A Good Dog Breeder

Looking For A Good Dog Breeder

Looking For A Good Dog Breeder

By: Alton Hargrave

If you are interested in getting a dog, you should be interested in dog breeders.

The safest place to get a new dog would be from a dog breeder. That gives you a history or insight of the prospective dog you are interested in. You can find dog breeders in the newspaper or online. If you see a great looking dog in public, you could strike up a conversation with the owner and ask where they got their dog. Try to verify the breeders reputation. There are several methods you can use to make sure the breeder is professional, reliable and can be trusted.

Ask the Dog Breeder for References.

A good, experienced dog breeder can provide you with references to some of his or her clients. Most people who have purchased a puppy from them would be glad to share their experiences with you. Of course, it would be even better if you locate past clients without being directed by the breeder. Not that easy, but word gets around, good or bad. Maybe some of your freinds or family have dealt with this breeder in the past.

Be Ready to Ask Questions and Expect to Answer Many Questions Yourself.

Good breeders are very interested in screening prospective buyers themselves. They want the puppies to go to good homes. Questions such as whether you have small children, size of your home and yard. Is the yard fenced? Have you ever owned a dog before? Do you already have a veterinarian? Can you or someone else spend the neccessary time with a very young puppy until the puppy is older? If a breeder fails to ask questions such as these, he may not care about the welfare of his puppies. Or, he may be having a hard time selling...a possible sign of other problems.

Is Price Important?

Of course! Price is important with anything you invest in. With some breeds, such as Yorkies, the price will range from a few hundred to many thousands of dollars. But, more money doesn't always mean better dog. If you are getting into the dog show scene, you would need more expensive dogs. Most of us are not interested in showing our dogs. Compare prices to decide what your needs are.

Health Guarantees

You should get some sort of health guarantee before you buy. In writing. Most breeders give only a short guarantee for health due to the many deseases a puppy faces. That is why you should take your puppy to a good vet as soon as possible. Do this before your health guarantee runs out. You will want to get your new puppy any shots he needs. Choose a vet that keeps up with the latest information involving puppy innoculations. Some of the shots given in the past are not needed today and may even be harmful.

Good breeders will take all the time you need to answer your questions. Get everything in writing when you buy and follow your dog breeders suggestions. Remember, they have the experience.

 

Author Bio
Alton Hargrave offers advice and resources for those interested in dogs. His website, Dog-Daze.net contains honest information regarding all breeds of dogs, deseases of dogs and how to maintain your dog.

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Get The Fundamentals Right

Get The Fundamentals Right

Get The Fundamentals Right

By: Kevin Sinclair

To succeed in business on the Internet, or in the off-line world, requires an understanding of the fundamentals of business and using them to your advantage. In this article, I will outline what I consider the fundamentals of business success are.

Believe in Your Product or Service
First, you need to believe in your product or service. If you don't believe in it, you will have a great deal of difficulty selling your product or service to other people. You also need to have confidence in your ability to provide and promote your product or service. An old saying sums this up best by stating: "All things are possible to he who believes".

Aptitude for the Business
Secondly, you need to have an aptitude for the business. You will also need the motivation to acquire at the very least basic skills and experience before you start your business. If you were to set yourself up as a web designer but did not have any skills or training in this area, then you will almost certainly fail. However, if you are employed as a bookkeeper and you enjoy the job, then setting up your own bookkeeping service would be a sensible choice with a greater chance of success.

Be Responsible
Thirdly, you need to be responsible to your customers. This is achieved by only making commitments you can keep and by not engaging in misleading or dishonest advertising. If you want to build long-term success in your business, then you need to develop long-term satisfied customers. When their needs are being satisfied, customers are at their happiest.

Aim for High Quality
The next principle is that you need to have a high quality product or service. This will be your best advertisement. Inferior quality products usually generate poor customer satisfaction. A dissatisfied customer can be very dangerous for your business. Usually they tell on average about fourteen other people who will then be disinclined to buy your product or service based on the experience of that one dissatisfied person. Therefore, always aim for a top quality product or service.

Make a Profit
However, it is not enough to have a top quality product or service. You also need to have a product or service that will generate enough income to cover all your business expenses and give you a satisfactory wage. A friend of mine once said that business is only about two things: satisfying customers and making a profit. A simple statement but very true.

Sufficient Start-up Capital
You also need to have access to enough cash to set up and run your business, and enough income to meet your private expenses during the start-up phase. A major problem with many home and small businesses is that they fail to have enough money available to ensure their success. There is nothing more discouraging than having a great idea, getting it started on a shoestring, not being able to expand due to cash shortages and seeing a competitor come along and steal your market.

Start Small
Another fundamental principle of home business success is that you start small. This will enable you to minimize your overheads until you are confident of your success in the marketplace. For many of you, this would mean starting part-time while retaining your full-time income source. When you can, expand your business into a full-time venture. This is a great way of minimizing the risk of failure.

Be Well Organized
Successful businesses are well organized. They have a system for keeping track of expenditure and earnings. This level of organization in your business will help to ensure that you are providing your customers or clients with a top quality product or service. It will also ensure that you have enough information available to maximize your profitability and to satisfy your legal requirements for record keeping.

Be Prepared
Preparation is another key ingredient in your business success. This preparation will include being aware of the regulations and laws affecting small and home business. Armed with this knowledge, you should not have any nasty surprises from unintentional violations of the law.

Have a Business Plan
Finally, successful businesses have developed a comprehensive business plan. This is their road map to success. It tells them where they are going and how they are going to get there. There are a number of good resources about business planning on the Internet. Here are some:
www.bplans.com
www.businesstown.com/planning/creating.asp
www.bizplanit.com/vplan.htm

Conclusion
It has been said that genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration. The same can be said about business success. Without having the fundamentals in place, a great business idea will usually fail. Set yourself up for success by considering each of the points raised in this article.

 

Author Bio
Article by Kevin Sinclair, CPA, of Personal & Business Success Resources. Visit his website at www.business.ksinclair.com.

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Medical Scientists Are Investigating New Treatments For Insomnia

by

Joseph

Did you know that one in three people will suffer from insomnia in their lifetime? Lack of sleep is no joke, quality of life and long term health. Sadly, the chances of suffering from insomnia increase with age. In fact, 40% to 60% of people over the age of 60 years old are insomniacs.

People with insomnia tend to experience daytime tiredness, fatigue or sleepiness. This places insomniacs at risk of accidental falls resulting from fatigue.

As a CureClick Ambassador, I wanted to tell you about an exciting new study that seeks to reduce insomnia symptoms in elderly people.

If you or a family member qualify for this clinical trial you may receive:

  • payment up to $1250, depending on the study
  • no cost, study related care from a local doctor
  • no cost study medication

To learn more about this study, please visit the sponsor's website.

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Conditions

Insomnia

Age Range

at least 55 years of age

For those of you whom are not familiar with clinical trials, here's some information that you can use:

 

What Are Clinical Trials?


Clinical trials are research studies to determine whether investigational drugs or treatments are safe and effective for humans.

All investigational devices and medicines must undergo several clinical trials, often times these clinical trials require thousands of people.

Why participate in a clinical trial?

People whom are eligible will have access to new investigational treatments that would be available to the general public only upon approval.

People whom are eligible for clinical trials will also receive study-related medical care and attention from clinical staff at research facilities.

Clinical trials offer hope for many people and gives researchers a chance to find better treatment for others in the future.

 

Disclaimer: I am not participating in this clinical trial. I am providing this information to my readers as a CureClick Ambasssador. Click on the links below to learn about my relationship with Cureclickand why I'm talking about clinical trials.

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Picking Furniture for a Nursery

Picking Furniture for a Nursery

Picking Furniture for a Nursery

By: Bob Benson

Furnishing a nursery can be a wonderful time for an expectant mother. Not only is it fun to prepare for the birth of a baby, but it gives the expectant mother an outlet for those nesting instincts that will soon kick in. A lot of well-meaning people (i.e. parents and in-laws) will convince you that you simply must have certain furniture for your new baby's room.

Some of the furniture you will likely consider includes:

  • Bassinette
  • Crib
  • Changing table
  • Dresser
  • Rocking chair

Do you need it all? Only you can know for sure. Ask yourself, "What furniture am I really likely to use?"

A bassinette is handy for keeping the new baby very close. Most are portable so you can roll them throughout the house. If someone offers to loan you a bassinette, take them up on it as long as the mattress is clean and in good shape. You'll only use a bassinette for a short period of time, so why invest in it as a major piece of furniture?

A crib, however, is a different story. If you plan for your child to sleep on his or her own at all, you will want a crib. It's not as safe to borrow a crib from someone and while cribs are a type of baby furniture that have sentimental attachments, don't agree to use an old crib because it was the one your husband used when he was a baby. Safety standards have changed dramatically and what was once considered safe furniture, might not be now. Look online to find baby crib safety standards. Make sure any spindles on the bed are placed close enough so that the baby cannot get his or her head stuck between them. Also, make sure there's no lead paint on the bed. If you're like most mothers, you'll feel better about your baby's safety if you buy new or one that was just recently used by someone you know.

Do you need a changing table? Mothers went for years without this piece of furniture. But, they are nice to have and at a convenient height that saves some back strain. It's a matter of available space, available money and your willingness to bend over to change a diaper!

A dresser, if bought to last for years, would be a good furniture investment. Don't waste money on a cutesy theme dresser that the baby will only outgrow when he or she starts to develop personal tastes. Instead, think about the rest of your house. Do you have a lot of mahogany furniture or a lot of white painted furniture? Buy a dresser that you can move elsewhere in the house if your child decides he or she hates it down the road. Buy solid wood. The furniture will last longer and it will contain fewer chemicals than cheaper veneer furniture pieces often include in the processing stage or in the glue used to hold pieces together.

Everyone thinks you need a rocking chair if you have a baby. Is it a necessary piece of furniture for the nursery? Not if you have a rocking chair somewhere else in the house. No mother or baby wants to spend all their time in the nursery anyway. Use rocking time in another room to give you both a change of pace - unless you just want to buy a rocker.

 

Author Bio
Bob Benson is the founder of Furniture online. You can check out our website at www.my-wicker-furniture.info.

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Apply These Five Sandbag Exercises for Better Physical Health & Fitness

by

Jennifer James Cooper

Utilizing a sandbag as an exercise device is an extremely flexible training exercise tool that will be made use of to get a full workout for the body in a brief period of time. When you do some uncomplicated exercises, you would be guaranteed to obtain a greatly efficient, whole body workout. Below is a list of the 5 sandbag training exercises you must try:
1. Sandbag Squats- It's just alike to a squat making use of a barbell, but here you use a sandbag in its place. Raise the sandbag to your shoulder, or you could certainly also place it on both your shoulders at the back of the head, as you're keeping the toes pointed slightly forward. Afterward, bend your knees downward until they become parallel to the ground, and then go back to the beginning position. You could also squat lower; do what seems convenient for you.
2. Sandbag Burpee Presses- As you're holding the sandbag up til your waist level, carry down the sandbag making sure your knees are relatively touching your elbows. Extend out to a push-up movement in one fluid body movement, accomplish a push-up, and then go back to the crouching stance. Cautiously stand up while raising the sandbag back to waist height. Bend barely as you are lifting the sandbag to chest level. Elbows ought to be down, as if you're plunking a box on a cupboard. Press the sandbag over the head, then back down to your chest, and then back to the starting posture. Repeat for as many repetitions as needed. Do it again as long as you can handle.
3. Sandbag Ruck- Carry the sandbag, place it on a shoulder, or at the back of your head on both shoulders. What you do next is simply jog or walk. Maybe you think it is pretty simple but actually, this movement is a torturous drill, which is based on the weight or size of your sandbag. A treadmill can be made use of to record distance, or to increase the incline for added difficulty.
4. Sandbag Push-Presses- Lift the sandbag up til waist level, and maneuver the sandbag to chest height similar to a sandbag burpee press. Bend down your knees and then go back up just like when you are acting a light bounce while pressing the sandbag on top of your head and then back down to chest height. The upward activity of your body will particularly assist in pressing the sandbag on top of the head. Repeat for as many repetitions as necessary. Do it again as long as you can.
5. Sandbag Get-Ups- Put the sandbag on one shoulder, as you're carefully lowering your body into a seated, then lying movement. While you are carrying the sandbag onto the shoulder, post the other hand on the ground also the other leg. Now get up! This position is seen to be difficult, and you would be off balanced as you stand up. After you get back to your starting pose, you have accomplished a sandbag get-up.
There are a variety of http://www.sandbagtraining.org/">sandbag training exercises that are believed to be easy and really effective. military personnel, firemen, cross trainers, strongman, & combat athletes all utilise sandbag training as part of their training workout programs to obtain a complete level of strength & fitness.

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Take Pride In Your Maternity Swimwear

Take Pride In Your Maternity Swimwear

Take Pride In Your Maternity Swimwear

By: Christopher Ayu

Thousand Now Take Pride In Their Maternity swimwear Who Never Thought They Could.

If you're pregnant, first of all, congratulations! You are probably wondering whether or not you'll be able to still do most of the things you enjoyed before you got pregnant. The answer is, of course, yes in most cases.

If you used to swim, there is a line of maternity-swim-wear that will give you clothing that will still fit you. This is hugely important, especially when you consider how much your body will change externally during the pregnancy.

Moderate exercise during a pregnancy is even a good idea since it will help keep both the mother and the baby safe and healthy. The reason for this is that the water provides buoyancy, which makes it easier for her to stay up and perform the exercises that she would like to do.

Maternity swimwear is designed to stretch to accommodate the extra space that the baby is taking up. You can choose between one and two-piece styles and even some styles that look more like traditional maternity shorts and tops. In the end it's all up to you and how comfortable you feel.

The one-piece styles do nothing to hide your tummy, but you can choose sliming colors and cuts to offset your appearance. Of course, a two piece with a traditional bra top is going to let your tummy hang out for all the world to see, but if that doesn't bother you, go for it.

There are a lot of people, who think that a woman never looks more beautiful than she does when she's pregnant, so don't be surprised if you get a lot of admiring looks!

If you feel more comfortable somewhere in-between, choose a two piece that includes a maternity smock top with a built in bra. This "tankini" look gives you the freedom of movement that a two-piece affords and still keeps your stomach away from prying eyes.

 

Author Bio
Christopher Ayu is the webmaster and content provider of www.swim-wear-in-style.com. This is one of the many articles posted on his site and can be found at www.swim-wear-in-style.com/Maternity-swim-wear.html

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