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As crazy as it sounds right now, there’s a good chance you’re going to miss that belly once baby arrives. After nine whole months (plus) of nurturing that bébé on this inside, he or she will be outside and beginning a beautiful life of its own sooner than you know it. Which is splendid and all, but geez, you were just learning to dress that gorgeous bump of yours, weren’t you? But, while your belly may no longer be there, your boobs, on the other hand, may be making themselves present in more ways than you ever anticipated. And because maternity specialists Ingrid & Isabel know how loyal we become when we’re preggers, they wanted to be our Number One even when baby was on the outside. So they did some extensive research to launch The Truly Seamless Nursing Line, and let me tell you, seamless is totally the way to go while nursing. Ingrid & Isabel’s first ever nursing collection includes seamless drop-cup nursing styles, seamless crossover nursing styles and a seamless cami bra. Each and every one is comfortable enough to wear day and night. And guess what? We’re giving away the Seamless Drop Cup Nursing Bra ($48), Seamless Crossover Cami ($40) and Seamless Cami Bra ($18) to one very lucky winner! To enter just sign up for our glorious newsletter and leave a comment below!

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This giveaway ends on July 20th. Good luck!

How often do we see a "misbehaving" child and think to ourselves, that kid needs more discipline? How often do we look at our own misbehaving child and think the same thing?

Our society is conditioned to believe that we have to be strict and stern with our kids, or threaten, shame or punish them into behaving. This authoritarian style of parenting is characterized by high expectations and low responsiveness—a tough love approach.

But while this type of authoritarian parenting may elicit "obedient" kids in the short-term, studies suggest that children who are shamed or punished in the name of discipline face challenges in the long-term. Research suggests that children who are harshly disciplined or shamed tend to be less happy, less independent, less confident, less resilient, more aggressive and hostile, more fearful and at higher risk for substance abuse and mental health issues as adults and adolescents.

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The reason? No one ever changes from being shamed.

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