So i am 38 weeks pregnant today. I have not really been writing too much but I probably should have because every other time I wrote and I had any stress or concerns it was just nice to let them out so here we go. The pregnancy has been a little harder then I thought it would be...we were diagnosed with gestational diabetes a little over a month ago, which turns out isn't as bad as it sounds but when you get a call from the hospital saying you have to see high risk doctors and the words early induction and c-section get throw out there it's a little nerve racking!
Can a simple exercise strengthen abdominals, relieve stress and help you relax in labor? It sure can! Learn how to "belly breathe" and reap wonderful rewards.
Pregnant with work, vacations or holidays requiring travel? Before you pack your bag, use these plan-ahead tips to have a safe and comfortable journey for you and your baby.
It's finally happened -- your regular clothes don't fit anymore. Your growing baby bump can certainly play havoc with your favorite wardrobe look!
Are you pregnant? Does your lower back hurt? Exercise ball are perfect for you! Here's how to do them.
Exercises performed on a large ball enhance core muscle activation while crunching against an exercise ball helps support your back. The result? A safer and more effective exercise session.
Are your shoulders tight and achy? This chest opener will relax you and ease the pain.
Recently our news feeds have been flooded with bad news about pregnancy and anti-depressants. If you're depressed and expecting a baby, finding a treatment can feel like a balancing act over hot coals.
Kegels mean nice tight "bagels." Exercising your pelvic floor muscles does increase sexual pleasure but there's more! Learn how to do this exercise and its many benefits.
Do you want your baby to develop a taste for healthier and more adventurous foods? It doesn't require magic but you can make it happen by eating them yourself!