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helmeygriffin helmeygriffin 1 year

I'm pregnant and terrified of wearing my super high heels. More power to these women if they actually feel comfortable wearing these shoes.

amaebi519 amaebi519 4 years
I did this for my first pregnancy and never felt off-balance - I wore heels the whole pregnancy through, so I always adapted to my center of gravity without any problem! Pregnancy #2 was a total bloater, though, so none of my heels even fit...and I even stretched out all of my flip-flops beyond use. I'm guessing that getting a new, bigger pair of Loubies that you'll only wear for a few months isn't out of your budget if you're a celeb!
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