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Maternity Novelty T-Shirts for Smart Moms to Be

Just because you're pregnant doesn't mean you've lost your sense of humor! If you’re a woman who likes novelty t-shirts, you’ll be happy to find out that there’s a wide variety of novelty maternity t-shirts to choose from while you’re pregnant.

But when it comes to novelty t-shirts, one person's idea of funny isn’t the same as another person's – you’ve got to choose for yourself what works best for you and your personality.

Overall, there are several different types of novelty t-shirts for pregnant women. The first general category confirms or announces pregnancy. You can find t-shirts that say, “I'm not fat – I'm pregnant,” or “Yes, I'm pregnant,” or “Baby Fat,” for example. “Baby on Board” is still available in several different variations, including “Bun in the Oven,” and “Mama-made.” There are also a number of designs that feature a “baby under construction” motif – for example, one popular shirt reads “Genetic Engineer.” You can also proclaim yourself “Knocked Up,” a “Preggo Princess,” a “Bump Diva,” or a “Rock Star,” the last of which features a graphic of a rocking chair.

Some shirts also announce the baby's gender, either by specifically saying “It's a boy!” or “It's a girl!” or by using blue and pink designs. In addition, some shirts announce twins – one popular twin style reads, “There are two peas in my pod.” Another features two conversation bubbles with an all too familiar sibling argument of “He started,” and “No, he started it.”

Next up, there are several different varieties of shirts that announce when you’re due. Some simply say “Due in...” and list the month. One popular shirt features a cup of coffee and reads, “Still Brewing.” Another version features graphics that look much like a coming movie attraction announcement and say, “Coming soon to a delivery room near you.” There's even a “Don't open until...” option that tells when you’re due.

Some styles play up the sex appeal of a pregnant woman. “Sexy Mama” is one popular theme, as are variations of “Body by Baby.”

Some shirts take a playful approach to the changes that being pregnant brings. “Yes, we're hungry,” “Does this baby make my butt look fat?” and “I can grow people” are some of the most popular choices in this category.

You can also find a few styles that address delivery, from “Labor: Epidural,” or “Epidural? Yes Please,” styles for those who plan a medicated birth, to the “Labor: Just Breathe” t-shirts for those who plan an un-medicated birth, and “Hands Off” for those who plan an unassisted birth – or for those who just don't like to have their tummy touched by strangers. In fact, there are several different styles of t-shirt that assert your right not to be touched by too-familiar strangers.

Finally, several styles refer to how active a baby can be. “Future soccer player” and “Just for kicks” are among the designs you can choose from in this category.

As you can see, there are a variety of fun novelty t-shirts to choose from when you’re pregnant. If you can't find something that suits your personality right, you can also choose your own slogan and have a custom t-shirt made. Whatever you choose, it’s easy to let the whole world know how you feel about your pregnancy with novelty t-shirts – and share a laugh at the same time.

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