Everything constantly changes with the season -- the leaves, your belly, and the trends. But when a new style comes in, the Trend Setter doesn't always accommodate for pregnant women. So we have gathered up some tips for this fall so you can still look fashionably up to date.
Pampering Your Pregnancy
It's all about jeans when you're pregnant. Every time you step out of the house, whether to the store, visiting a friend or a casual dinner with your spouse, 10 to 1 you will be wearing jeans. Here to help you find the best comfort in jeans...
For anyone out there wanting to keep stretch marks away, a friend told me during my 1st pregnancy to use Bag Balm. You get it at any drug store. It is a nasty looking, nasty smelling and very greasy. I was huge with my son and I smeared it faithfully all over my stomach and breasts. I never got one stretch mark on my entire body from pregnancy. Now I am 6 months pregnant with my 2nd child and faithfully smearing bag balm all over again, and I have elastic skin. Not one stretch mark appearing.
Pregnancy isn't only a time for treats for two, it's also a time to treat poor, swollen feet. Here are some of the best, homemade foot soaks that will sooth away those third trimester blues.
As your pregnancy continues, it becomes more and more important for you and your partner to reduce and manage the old, the familiar and the new stresses in your lives. Read more!
During the last few months of pregnancy, earlier discomforts may become more noticeable or new ones may occur. This information may help you to be more comfortable, and sometimes safer, during this final phase of your pregnancy.
Varicose veins are a common occurrence of pregnancy, usually more noticeable in the third trimester, and they tend to become more pronounced with each pregnancy. You are more likely to develop varicose veins if other members of your family had them during their pregnancies.
Your baby's head, arms, legs, and body are now fully formed. At 20 weeks, he weighs about 1 pound and is about 7½ inches in length. His movement will become increasingly noticeable to you.
Chiropractic care is the health maintenance of the spinal column, discs, related nerves and bone geometry without drugs or surgery. Chiropractic care is safe during pregnancy when provided by a chiropractor that has been trained in the physical changes that occur within a pregnant woman's body.
During pregnancy, the most important thing is having support. Anai Rhoads shares ideas for partner support both during and after pregnancy.
Massage can decrease stress and improve relaxation, improve lymph drainage, have a balancing effect on glands, all of which are of huge benefit during pregnancy. It is the most under-rated method for helping women during their pregnancy and otherwise.