There's a growing trend of couples taking what's been affectionately called a "babymoon" -- a trip a couple takes before the baby arrives and lets the couple to connect and enjoy being with one another before the long journey to parenthood begins.
It is a common misconception amongst many women that pregnancy means a few months of feeling fat and frumpy. This should not be the case. In fact, pregnant women should embrace their beautiful pregnant selves and have fun translating their signature look into their temporary new body shape.
Get up in the morning, jump into a pair of jeans and by afternoon it's two sizes too small! During the "in between weeks" of pregnancy many women notice that by the end of the day their belly has expanded outward. What's the mom-to-be to do?
Studies rank pregnancy at number 12 on the list of life's most stressful events. But stress isn't going to do you any favors in pregnancy. Ironically, stress can worsen just about every pregnancy symptom: aches and pains, headaches, heartburn, hives and nausea. Here are Mommy MD tips to decrease stress:
WELL I WISH I DID JOIN THIS AS A MOM, BUT THINGS ARE DIFFERENT FOR ME NOW. I REALLY DO GET PREGNANT, EVERYTIME WE TRY BUT I DONT USUALLY STAY SO FOR LONG. I DO HAVE A CONVICTION IN MY HEART THAT I WILL STAY PREGNANT THIS TIME FOR THE DURATION AND HAVE MY BUEATIFUL BABY. MY HUSBAND CANT WAIT TO CARRY HIS CHILD AND I AM BESIDE MYSELF AS WELL. WE TRUST GOD FOR A STAY POWER. I JUST NEED ADVICE FROM MOMS AND MOMS TO BE ON HOW I SHOULD GO ABOUT STAYING PREGNANT. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO ANSWER MY QUESTION ON HOW TO STAY PREGNANT AND WHAT I OUGHT TO DO TO KEEP FIT.