Up until week 36 of my pregnancy, everything had been smooth sailing. I was fit and healthy, had a ton of energy, no complications, and (supposedly) my baby was head down and ready for departure.
If you read my previous article on “7 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Fear a C-Section” you may already know my personal story about how I gave birth to my son Austin. If not, check out my article here, but I will give you a quick run-dow
There is a common misconception that you should not do ab work during pregnancy, but having a strong core is actually very important whether pregnant or not. As your belly gets bigger during pregnancy, your pelvis tilts forward, shortening the muscles in you lower back, which can lead to discomfort. Having a strong core can not only help to protect y
I want to preface this by saying that I never want to be one of those moms who acts like a total know it all and thinks that what worked for my kid will work for everyone else's. With that being said, Austin had a pretty heinous case of cradle cap that I tried everything to get rid of and I finally found something that work
I realized early on that being pregnant was going to be quite the learning experience. Every pregnancy is different, so what works for one person may not work for another. Looking back, I found these 5 things most helpful for me. I wanted to share with any new mamas out there who are newly pregnant in hopes that at