When you can no longer see your feet, keep your eye on the prize.
Here are some of our favorite prenatal products and practitioners to help you over the finish line.
Get the Look
Dressing your bump in a muumuu might seem ideal, but take a cue from très chic mamas-to-be overseas. Imported lines like Sugar Town from France, Queen Mum from the Netherlands, and Stephanie Schell from Australia are arriving now at Bump Brooklyn.
Get the Room
Let the nursery designers at Sissy + Marley give your little nugget a happy haven. Opt for a full-service decorator ($100 an hour) or choose a less-expensive DIY option ($700-$900). You tell them about your space and your likes; they get back to you with an inspiration board, detailed shopping list, and floor plan.
Get the Goods
Check off all the items on your Earth-conscious list — from organic mattresses to nontoxic toys and eco diaper options — with one registry at Goodnight Room NYC. Consultants help you sort through the products and, on shower day, deliver all the gifts directly to your event location — significantly reducing the carbon footprint of your haul.
Get in Shape
If you’re more into sweating than om-ing, skip the ubiquitous prenatal yoga in favor of Fitnotic’s high-energy offerings. Choose from group fitness classes like Baby Belly Boot Camp, prenatal ballet, and Hoopnotica Hoopdance. Or opt for the Fitnotic Forty, a private training program that will keep you motivated and safely exercising right up to the very end.
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Gustafer Yellowgold’s Infinity Sock
What: A multimedia performance combining live music, animation, and storytelling that will entertain parents and kids alike.
Why: They’ve opened for Wilco.
When: Sat., 11 a.m. & 1 p.m.
Where: DR2 Theatre, 103 E. 15th St., b/t Irving Pl. & Union Square E. Tickets at 212-239-6200 or online at gustaferyellowgold.com. Adults $25; children, $20.
Shorts for Tots
What: Screen more than a dozen short films from around the world as part of the New York International Children’s Film Festival.
Why: Movies for mini attention spans.
When: Sat., noon.
Where: Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway, at 95th St. (212-864-5400). Tickets online at symphonyspace.org. Adults and children, $10.
Colorful Cooking by The Creative Kitchen
What: Preschool chefs make (and munch) rainbow rice and polka-dot pudding.
Why: Just what the picky eater ordered.
When: Wed., 11 a.m.
Where: City Treehouse, 129a W. 20th St., b/t Sixth & Seventh Aves. (212-255-2050). Adult and child pair, $35.
Photo: Courtesy of Queen Mum