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  • SF For A Preggo

    How to do child with style.

    • Sep 2014
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  • Green Heart Foods

    1

    American

    Delicious food that makes it easy to be a healthy eater. Pat yourself on the back after your meal.

  • Baker Beach

    2

    Beach

    The trip from the parking lot to the beach isn't far making it easy to enjoy a beach day even at the tail end of pregnancy.

  • General Store

    3

    Shop

    You know, that one stylish thing you put on with a t-shirt and jeans that makes it look like you tried? This store is full of those things.

  • International Orange

    4

    Spa

    Pillows make their mom-to-be massage extra comfy. Make time before or after your massage to enjoy the outdoor sun deck.

  • Yoga Tree Valencia

    5

    Yoga Studio

    Jane Austin has an almost cult following of preggo yogis in the city. The truth is she deserves it!

  • TugTug

    6

    Shops

    A well edited collection of indie kids designers like Goat Milk, Wolfechild, Nico Nico, Jess Brown and more.

  • Namu Gaji

    7

    Korean

    Missing coffee? Namu Gaji's barley tea is an equally hearty beverage that's caffeine free.

  • Sprout

    8

    Kids Store

    From diapers to strollers to clothes, Sprout's a one stop shop for everything baby. Bonus, they pride themselves on stocking organic and natural products.

  • UCSF Bakar Fitness & Rec Center

    9

    Gym

    Sometimes it feels good to just let that pregnant body float. For $15 you can get a day pass to UCSF's indoor and outdoor pools.

  • Souvla

    10

    Souvlaki

    Three words: frozen greek yogurt. Treat yo' self.

  • Japanese Tea Garden

    11

    Garden

    Zen out while you wait for your babe's arrival with a cup of tea and walk around the garden.

  • Press Works On Paper

    12

    Bookstore

    Out of print titles to add some quirk to you nursery bookshelf and an A+ stationary offering for the inevitable thank you cards in your future.

Courtney Klein

Courtney Klein