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Post-Partum Workouts for New Moms in Need of Some “Me-Time”

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Post-Partum Workouts for New Moms in Need of Some “Me-Time”

If you just came home with your newborn and haven’t even been able to find time for a shower, you’re not alone. Making time for yourself can seem like a luxury when you’re responsible for taking care of another life. Ask for support from a family member or friend and do something for yourself by scheduling post-partum fitness into your day.

Getting active helps fight post-partum depression and manage stress, according to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG). Take this first step to prioritize your physical, emotional, and mental well-being...

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20 Things To Do Before Your Due Date to Make Life Easier Once Baby is Home

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20 Things To Do Before Your Due Date to Make Life Easier Once Baby is Home

As your due date approaches, no matter how much you’ve prepared, it always seems like there is more to do. Now is a great time to tackle any last to-dos because once that little one is in your arms, you’ll be taking on a ton of new responsibilities caring for them. So, before it gets to those days when even taking a shower feels like a victory, let’s get started. We’ve put together a list of the top 20 “to-dos” to complete before you head to the hospital. Checking these off will make your life much easier when you get home with that little cutie...

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Must-Have Apps to Help from Pregnancy to Parenthood

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Must-Have Apps to Help from Pregnancy to Parenthood

They say it takes a village to raise a child, and they’re not wrong. While you likely don’t have a village to help, there are plenty of useful apps to fill in those gaps. From pregnancy trackers (you know the ones that’ll let you know when your baby is the size of a melon) to post-partum apps that track diapers, feedings, sleep, and more, there are tons of options out there.

We’ve downloaded more than we would like to admit and sorted through the best pregnancy and parenting apps, so you don’t have to. We’ve checked which ones pack the most helpful features, are easy-to-use, personalize, and sync. So when your hormones are surging and you’re sleep-deprived, you can pull out your phone and still stay on top of everything like the multitasking Supermom we know you are...

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Staying Active During Pregnancy: Answers to your Maternity Exercise Questions

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Staying Active During Pregnancy: Answers to your Maternity Exercise Questions

It was recently National Women's Health & Fitness Day, and we can't think of a better time to talk about the importance of staying physically active during pregnancy. When you're feeling achy or uncomfortable, it might not be top of your mind, but maternity exercise has some serious benefits. Did you know that exercising can reduce the risk of pregnancy complications and even help ease labor pains?

Staying active is recommended for most pregnant women, but there are important exceptions; read ahead for safety steps to follow before beginning a maternity fitness routine. To be clear, this is not about exercising for weight loss or appearance but more about keeping your body moving so that you are in tip-top shape come delivery day.

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10 Ways to Prep Your Body for Delivery: From Pelvic Floor Exercises to Breathing Techniques

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10 Ways to Prep Your Body for Delivery: From Pelvic Floor Exercises to Breathing Techniques
As your due date approaches, you’re probably feeling a mix of emotions, excited to finally meet your little one while also anxious about the delivery. A great way to calm nerves is to prepare. While every woman’s delivery experience is different, there are some tried and true ways to help it go as smoothly as possible. We’re sharing our best tips to help you prep physically and mentally for your delivery. Don’t worry, you got this, Mama!

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