We are currently selling a few of our shirts on Ebay now to see how people respond to them. We have gotten tired of waiting on Google to make our site is easily found and have been given the news that it might take 3 months to a year before our site is in the top few pages when searched. We find this odd considering our HIS Child Facebook page and this blog are found on Google and other search engines. Anyway, while waiting and working on this problem we decided to try things from a new venture. Therefore our “My Heritage, My Reward” Christian maternity shirt can be found on Ebay in both the blue and pink writing along with all of our other shirts. We are excited to see the response we get. Please keep praying for us and this new business venture as we keep trying new and different things and follow God.
We at HIS Child are excited. We finally got our new maternity shirts in and sent to the printer. Hopefully in the next few days, the HIS Child shirt “MADE” will be up for sale. It’s a beautiful shirt with a light lemon yellow tint. The print color are a dark and light purple. The verse used is Psalm 139:14 which says, “I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well.” Not only is every woman fearfully and wonderfully made, but so is the child they are carring. This shirt is great for any mother who is carrying a boy, girl or doesn’t know the gender.
We can’t wait to change this shirt from “Coming Soon” to “Now Here.” Below is a close up of the design. We’d love to hear what you think. Any ideas are welcome, just jot them below!
HIS Child Christian Maternity Shirts are on SALE now thru the end of June. HIS Child is offering 10% off an entire purchase of Christian Maternity Clothing. On top of that, you can receive free shipping on orders of $75 or more. That’s a huge saving! Go to www.his-child.com and see the many different Christian maternity shirts and those that will be coming soon to the online store! We are super excited about this sale. Don’t miss out on all of the savings!
Which shirts are your favorite in the HIS Child Maternity Line?
What type of shirts would you like to see more of? Leave your comments and ideas. We want to make sure we meet the needs of our customers!
Like I’ve said in the past, due to the lack of interesting and eye-catching Christian shirts for those who are pregnant I and my mom started HIS Child. To goal of HIS Child is to give Christian mother’s-to-be stylish shirts that also give God all the credit for our pregnancy and everything else.
Today, I thought I’d talk about our tank top, Giver Of Life. This shirt captures both style, in a light and cool tank top, while giving all props to God for the blessing that every pregnant mother is carrying inside of her. The Giver Of Life tank top is great for discussion starters and has the scripture tag on the shirt to help with any discussions that the shirt might start. This tank top is based on Nehemiah 9:6 and says, “You alone are the LORD. You made the heavens, even the highest heavens, and all their starry host, the earth and all that is on it, the seas and all that is in them. You give life to everything, and the multitudes of heaven worship you.” Remember, our bellies are billboards that can advertise our pregnancy as well as our God! Check out the Giver Of Life Tank at www.his-child.com.
MODESTY & PREGNANCY Can Co-Exist! It’s not always easy, but it is possible.
As I go out and look for baby items at different stores I’ve noticed many pregnant women looking stylish and modest. However, for every modest mom there are just as many who are not! One man in my church informed me that as beautiful as pregnancy is, he still doesn’t want to look at another woman’s stomach (especially around the swimming pool). At my dr’s office there are several maternity picts of patients who have almost bared all for a professional picture. When I’m in the dr.’s office with my husband, I want to flip many of them over. As a student leader at my local church, I have to be super careful. I can’t talk to my girls about modesty all day while letting those same standards go lax because of my current situation.
So what are some tips to being modest and stylish at the same time? Especially when your chest along with your stomach is growing and your clothes seem to be shrinking?
TIP #1: There are several stores that sell tops that have high necks and long bodies to cover those Bella Bands and maternity waste bands. They are beautifully designed and very stylish. Just check what they are made out of before purchasing. For example, HIS Child Clothing (www.his-child.com) is 100% cotton. But, when washed you only lose about a quarter to half an inch on the bottom from shrinkage. Other 100% cotton shirts might lose several inches and become a garage sale item.
TIP #2: Even thou the tent looking shirts are usually modest, they still have their problems. You know the shirts. The ones that meet at the neck and as they flow down look more like a dress that a shirt. Don’t get these tent shirts confused with the popular baby doll dresses which are to be worn with pants or jeans and are Tip #3. These tent shirts might be modest while you are sitting or standing, but when bending over, they can cause major problems. They tend to drop in the front and give everyone a decent view down the front of your shirt.
TIP #3: Baby doll dresses that are long enough are your friend. Just make sure to wear a long enough tank or camisole underneath them.
TIP #4: Make sure any undergarment used is high enough to cover the beginning of the valley of the chest. Clevage is not modest! One woman told me that she has problems with the camisoles with built-in bras. They tend to drop low on her. Her suggestion: Cut the bra out! This will keep the camisoles higher on your chest. HIS Child has a white tank top called “Give Of Life” that is both beautiful and can be used as an undegarment with another stylish top. (www.his-child.com)
Do you have any modest and stylish pregnacy tips for us women who are new to the pregancy seen? Please leave you tips in the comment section below. I’d love to hear and learn from them!