Keeping up with your health during pregnancy can be tough. There’s so much going on within your body and everything is new! Some days you have leg cramps, other days you are so hungry you eat 9 meals a day. I remember when I was still in my first trimester, everything was so foreign to me, I often used Check Pregnancy for all my questions. Not only is this site incredible helpful for any questions you have, but when you enter in your 3rd trimester – it’s crunch time to make sure everything is set before your due date! Finding the best car seat stroller combo for baby can be overwhelming, I looked at some and totally gave up because I just couldn’t deal with so many information, my husband has been the sweetest and he is the one that’s been searching for the car seats! He looked at every single brand there is out there to make sure we got the best one. What I love about this website is that it’s up to date with the latest 2016-2017 safety for car seat for baby. After all, it’s not about the price at the end of the day, you want to make sure your newborn is safe! Safety first!!
Below, we’ve finally installed our baby seat! We are ready for you my little one 🙂
So let’s talk about post pregnancy women’s health! There’s a lot of information on Me and My Waist, I’m pretty self-conscious how I would look like post pregnancy. With my growing waist everyday, it’s no wonder I find myself searching for incredible waist training exercises for women. I can’t wait to do these exercises and get back into shape!! The number one activity that you can do to trim your waistline is to do jumping jacks. It is fun to do. It is easy, no tools necessary for this type of workout. It’s beneficial to your body because it increases your metabolism which in turn will make you process calories faster. It’s certainly effective in strengthening your core muscles because as you jump, your midsection tightens.
The site also recommends other exercises as well like Burpees! As much as I dislike doing burpees, but when I did pre-pregnancy, it really toned up my body. But of course, don’t rush into doing these exercises as your body needs plenty of time to heel after birth. After all, your body took 9 months to look the way it does now, it’s going to take some time before it goes back to where it was! An alternative if you don’t manage to find any time to get some exercise into your busy schedule would be a WaistLineTrainer, I have heard brilliant things, but I haven’t yet tried it myself, let me know if you have any experiences with them!
Note: this post is in collaboration with Silver Check Pregnancy.
Hope everyone is having a good week!