Some pregnant women travel without any issues at all, for some every time they are in a car it’s a problem.
If you’ve never experienced back pain before, pregnancy can bring it on and make life as a mum-to-be pretty uncomfortable. If you add in lack of sleep as a new mum, hunched over breastfeeding, carrying children on your hip and bending over to change nappies and pick up random discarded toys – you can end up pretty sore.
The Expecting Entrepreneur, by first time author and Mindset Transformation Coach Lauren Malone, will be available to buy from 16th October.
If you’ve been told your baby is back to back don’t panic. There is lots of time for the baby to turn before labour and if they don’t you can still do it. There were a few concerned looking faces during my last two births but I was so determined to get my babies out without forceps that eventually started to shift them in the right direction. Good luck and trust your body! It will all be worth it.
Pregnancy is a very special time in any woman’s life. It is typically filled with happiness, joy, excitement, and of course a bit of anxiety and stress of what’s to come. As the baby grows, your body starts to change shape and size, forcing you to look at all new clothing options that allow you to stay comfortable and give you the flexibility you need to go about your daily activities.
During a baby shower, every moment will likely end up as a group of photos on the internet, particularly on the mum and most of the guests’ social media. Your baby shower gift may be the main subject (or a photo bomber) in some of those images.
A new child on the horizon can be an incredible thing. There’s so much to look forward to, from first words to first steps, and even a first day at school. However, before you can start getting really excited about your impending arrival, you need to make sure that you feel comfortable from a financial perspective.
Interaction with adults and other children is vital to every child’s development. However, ‘experts’ say that it’s just as important that children of all ages have time to play by themselves.