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When I was pregnant I had real difficulties in getting a seat on public transport, and having to take two very busy trains per day it was not fun. So now that my son is born I tried to find a solution.
I think there is a double problem, on one hand pregnant women might feel shy about asking for a seat, on the other sometimes it’s not so easy to know if someone is actually pregnant or just a bit overweight, particularly at the beginning.
That’s why I have created a collection of stylish but fun t-shirts and accessories designed to help women get a seat. They are also ideal to announce and celebrate a pregnancy.
it's called Mamma On the Move. As I'm new I can't post the URL but if you google it you will find it straight away
Hope this will help future moms-to-be to improve their travelling experience!
Why should a woman feel the need to wear a shirt to announce to the world she is pregnant? If she is to shy to ask for a seat....then that would be her choice and she would loose out....no? I think mama shirts are cute but having one so you can swipe a seat on a train seems a bit dramatic.