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The joy of being pregnant brings with it a few unwanted side-effects.
From sore feet to running to the toilet every five minutes, every day brings with it new challenges for expectant mothers.
Here are some of the most common pregnancy symptoms and some suggestions on how to relieve them.
My doctor recommended three workouts, that you can easily fit in while baby’s snoozin’ in the afternoon or kicking away in her bouncy seat. Each mini routine is a series of three simple moves that shape up your entire body, especially the core and back muscles you need to strengthen for toting your new bundle of love around!
Since I never struggled with trying to conceive, I don’t really talk about preconception issues here on My Baby Experience. Anneliese was a wonderful unplanned surprise, but I know others who have not been so blessed. Since having Anneliese, I learned that there are many things a woman can do to prepare her body for growing a baby. As Shoshanna Easling says in her book, “there is an art to making babies,” hence the name of the book and DVD set is simply called “Making Babies.”
Relying on preventative care and teachings on how to stay low risk, the Bradley method of natural childbirth focuses on putting the parents in control and keeping them there. Much like the popular Lamaze method, the Bradley method relies on listening to the mother’s body and following her natural instincts paired with a healthy lifestyle instead of relying on drugs or other unnatural aids for birthing. The Bradley Method is a comprehensive course given to expecting mothers and their companions that improves not only the delivery of her child, but the health and early raising.
If you’re pregnant, chances are, you’re very busy preparing for your little bundle of joy to arrive. Of course you need to transform that guest room into a nursery, and you also have to baby-proof your home. Your little one’s safety is the most important thing on your mind. But what you may have forgotten is that what you do to yourself could affect your baby. What you feel and what you do to yourself can have a great impact on your baby. Moreover, the things that you eat, as well as the things that you apply on your skin may also affect the growth and development of your precious babe.