While it took her some time to confirm her pregnancy to the world, fashionista and singer Jessica Simpson has finally opened up about her second child. Just seven months after giving birth to little Maxwell, Simpson is once again expecting and she hasn't been shy about showing off her baby bump.
Recently, Simpson tweeted a picture of herself wearing nothing but a robe, bra and underwear, displaying her large bump, according to DigitalSpy. She has yet to confirm how many months along she is, but one can only assume that she's at least in the second trimester judging by the size of her belly.
Once you transition from the first to the second trimester, there are many changes you'll begin to notice as the baby development process goes on. In addition to having to cope with a larger stomach, you may also find more difficulty sleeping and additional aches throughout your body.
There are a couple of ways you can welcome the second (and eventually the third) trimester and overcome its challenges. First, try to avoid traveling for extended periods of time to prevent discomfort. Next, keep in close contact with your doctor to treat any symptoms that may arise, such as indigestion and heartburn, during your pregnancy.
The second trimester is also the perfect time to begin looking for a medical facility for your delivery and begin taking breathing classes if you're interested. As your due date inches closer, you and your loved one can also determine the gender of your baby through an ultrasound if you desire. All of this exciting news can be enough to distract you from some of the aches and pains of the second trimester.
How have you overcome the second trimester in the past? Do you have any tips for expectant mothers? Leave your feedback in the comments section!