What I’ve Learned About Pregnancy, Delivery, and Postpartum
I’m going to preface this post with something you may hate me for… I had an easy pregnancy. No, that isn’t to brag (trust me, it’s gotten me a lot of evil looks over the last nine and a half months), it’s to warn that any advice or tips I give here are about keeping yourself as comfortable as possible. In the hierarchy of needs, these are the icing on the cake for that baby bump.
What I Learned About Pregnancy:
Download Expectful. I know you may not be a meditation person but it’s 10 or 20 minutes out of your day to be still and really take in the fact that you are growing a teeny tiny human. You’ll look forward to it every week. Choose one pregnancy book and stick with that. If you keep reading from multiple sources, they will begin to contradict each other and you will be even more confused and potentially angry. I chose Emily Oster’s Expecting Better. Not everyone gets morning sickness. Not getting morning si.... Continue Reading at Via The Van