Image by barelyfitz When I was a teenager, I went through a major growth spurt. I didn’t even realize it though, until after. Then I saw these strange, sort of indented silvery lines on my upper arms, thighs, and breasts. I was too embarrassed to ask anyone what they were, but I eventually figured out Read More
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If you’re new to this series, you may want to check out the older posts first. And by the way, have you read Healthy Pregnancy Super Foods yet? It’s a way to simplify your pregnancy diet! At the end of pregnancy, many women feel like the days are crawling by…so…very…slowly! Babies “can” be safely born Read More
When you’re pregnant, aches and pains are par for the course. There’s the cramping early on (which can freak you out and make you think something’s wrong, which usually isn’t the case), the round ligament pain as your muscles stretch to accommodate your growing uterus, back aches as your posture shifts, pain while sleeping, Read More
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Morning sickness is no fun. However, it does mean your pregnancy is going well! Remembering that can help, but it still doesn’t make it easier to get through your day-to-day realities while feeling nauseous all the time. Luckily, there are natural ways to cope with morning sickness that can ease or even eliminate the nausea for some women.
…or when you decide to try to conceive your baby.
Sorry, that title was getting too long so I decided to finish it in the body of the post. ha. But, seriously, this list is the “Top 10 Things You Should Do when you Decide to Try to Conceive or Find Out you are Expecting.” Very important.
Welcome to a new series! For the next several months, we’ll be talking all about healthy pregnancy. Some posts will be short and related to the development of your baby, while others will be longer and more involved, talking about nutrition, prenatal testing, and lots more. This is supposed to be “THE” guide to having a healthy, hopefully hands-off (medically speaking) pregnancy. Honestly I had hoped to be expecting again by the time I started this series, but I’m not, so hopefully this will cure my baby fever! We’ll see. It’s hard when your little ones turn 1, isn’t it? My youngest turns 1 in only 9 days!