Exercise during pregnancy is associated with multiple health benefits for both you and your baby, and is safe for most women from the time of conception to delivery. Staying active while pregnant can help prepare your body physically for labor and delivery, as well as boost your mood and energy levels. Exercising regularly will also help you lose weight and recover faster following the birth of your baby.
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Pregnancy hack: Taking a nap on an inner tube... helps to stretch round ligaments as well as relax the back and shoulders. Another added benefit is that it helps with optimal fetal position.
tutorial: creating pregnancy progress photos without photoshop
Hi friends! I have a fun tutorial for you today. If you don't already know, I'm a graphic designer by trade and spend 8-9 hours every day in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. Since I posted the pregnancy progress photos I created in Photoshop (back in 2013, see them here), I've gotten so many e-mails from lovely pregnant women wanting to know how to create some for themselves! I struggled with this because I knew these ladies probably didn't have access to Photoshop, so how could I…
Pregnancy Timeline: I like all the journaling categories she kept. Especially what is best about pregnancy this week. I imagine that would keep all the uncomfortable parts of pregnancy in perspective.
Their are so many fun ways to document pregnancy, here are a few: Surveys- How far along? Total weight gain/loss? Best Moments, Worst Moments. Movement? Food Cravings? Gender? Labor Signs? Journal- Record your thoughts in a personal journal. Write letters to baby- write a letter or a few to your unborn baby. E-mail baby-great if you are always on the go. Pregnancy Blog- either public or private. Pictures- I have shared a few of my favorites. Chalkboard Pictures Source Picture in Same Outfit…
Ugh documenting your pregnancy!! If you are like me you have every intensions of being on top of things and documenting every little thing. Well that intention for me lasted a whole week. I forgot, put it off, and forgot again. What's a girl to do? There are a million different ways that people are documenting their pregnancies these days. Of course there is that evil demon of Pinterst that sucks us all into these great ideas that we can usually never get done (at least this is the case for…
What to Expect from Your Pregnancy [Infographic]
How to deal with health during the period of gestation, when the baby's senses, feel, taste, visual sense and hearing start to charge in.
Pregnancy: Monthly Doctor Visit Journal - Today's Parent
These monthly journal pages will help you keep track of key developments and test results during your pregnancy. Click on Month 1 for our printable.
I Am Not Alone
I felt this image perfectly describes the daily writing prompt of: “from the outside looking in.” It takes an alternative approach because, obviously I cannot physically see Kaylynn at …
29 Ways to Chart All of Your Pregnancy Needs
Be prepared to share your detailed information with everyone: your medical history with your doctor, your 1 AM pickle cravings with your partner, and your contractions with your prenatal provider. Our A-Z pregnancy downloads make things easy!
Baby Gender Predictor: Old Wives Tales
Want to find out the gender of your baby before they doctor can tell you? Use these old wives tales as a baby gender predictor!