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Pregnancy week 28: Goodbye toes, hello babymoon
It’s official: I can’t see my toes anymore! Also, I accidentally kneed my 2-year old in the back when we were walking out of church. She was walking in front of me and I wasn’t paying attention as she stopped at the door, and my huge preggo belly blocked her head from my view and…
How to Bond With Baby: For Both Mom and Dad
Building a bond with baby, or forming a bond with baby is an important thing for both moms and dads. As you welcome your new little one into the world and into your family, here are some ways to allow both parents to bond with baby. Skin-to-skin time There are many benefits that come from…
My fun, sustainable, toddler-friendly workout routine
Exercise hasn’t been the easiest this pregnancy and I haven’t been too consistent with it, but this week I finally adopted a more regular and sustainable routine. As a fitness professional I know and firmly believe in the benefits of exercise during pregnancy, but haven’t been practicing what I preach. After dealing with intense cravings…
Baby’s First Month: What Do You Really Need?
In the weeks before I had my oldest child, I had a handful of fairly important things on my to do list I didn’t get to because my husband had the brilliant idea of labeling and indexing all the baby clothes and entering them into a spreadsheet to make them searchable. Guess how useful that…
The hilarious, the disgusting, and the adorable: Angie’s Guide Week 27
I didn’t realize I was 27 weeks pregnant until about 4 days after I passed the mark. So my celebration of being in my 3rd trimester was a bit belated but HOORAY! I’m in the home stretch! So this week…Chicken fries happened this week. And boy have I got a major life-hack for you! There’s only a…
What Things Should I Expect—or Be Concerned About—From My Baby?
As a parent, it’s normal to worry. In fact, most seasoned parents will tell you that worry is a constant in parenthood, and you’ll worry in one way or another about your child, even when he or she is an adult and no longer living under your roof. We’re giving you tips today to…
Ways To Help You Lose The Baby Weight
Now that your little baby has arrived, you may be wondering how to shed those excess pounds put on during pregnancy. You’re not alone—many new moms are looking to lose the baby weight. Here are some tips to help you: Breastfeed! While it’s not a silver-bullet solution, breastfeeding does help take off some extra weight….
Total-body workout that you can do with your baby!
“Have a baby,” they said. “Your body will go back to normal,” they said. You may think it’s difficult to find the time or energy to work out when you have a lil’ baby hanging around, but on the contrary – babies make it EASIER to keep your body healthy! They’re all the equipment…
8 Ways to Help Your Husband Feel Like a Dad
The title of “Dad” is one of the best to have (right alongside “Mom,” of course). As you prepare for the arrival of your little one and even in the first months of your baby’s life, there are things you can do to help your husband feel like a dad, easing the transition for him…
How I’m teaching my daughter about skin color
My daughter is 2-and-a-half years old. This means that she’s wiggly, defiant, curious, and very observant. Embarrassingly observant. Painfully observant. Most people understand. One time in line at the grocery store, she (loudly) stated from the cart “he have glasses, dat fwend have glasses” while pointing at the WOMAN directly behind me in line. She…