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 Product Reviews 1 December 2009

By Heather Lopez
So you really need to run to the store quickly and it shouldn’t take your more than 5 minutes in and out, but it takes you 15 minutes to pack-up and lug around your regular diaper bag, on top of having to strap the baby into the car …

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 Mommy To Be Nutrition 1 December 2009

By Cydney Smith
It’s December, the holiday season is upon us, as are the days of early darkness. During this time of year, where cultures around the world celebrate birth, light and love, it is important for the pregnant woman to celebrate and nourish herself.
Holiday candies, cookies, cakes, muffins and breads …

Post Thumbnail of Combat the Baby Fat: Prepping for a Postpartum Exercise Regimen
 New Mom Fitness 1 December 2009

By Heather Lopez
If you are like most women, you gained a few pounds from pregnancy that are still with you now. If you are considering an exercise regimen, most doctors recommend that you return or start exercising when you feel up to it. As in pregnancy, walking, swimming, and aerobic …

Post Thumbnail of HOW TO HEAL FROM EPISIOTOMIES, TEARS AND INCISIONS?
 New Mom Health 1 December 2009

By Debra Geymayr & Heather Lopez
If you have recently given birth, then you might be recovering from an episotomy, a tear, or an incision. These things can be quite painful and require treatment and maintenance to ensure that no infections arise.
First off, you need to take it easy. Frequent movement …

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 Mommy To Be Health 1 December 2009

By Debra Geymayr and Heather Lopez
Do these words strike fear in your heart? An episiotomy is an incision between your vagina and your anus and was traditionally done to prevent larger tears and postpartum incontinence. However, according to the Mayo Clinic, this procedure is pretty much unnecessary unless you have …

Post Thumbnail of Dressing That Belly For The Holidays
 Mommy To Be Happiness 1 December 2009

By Heather Lopez
I was pregnant in December for both of my pregnancies. My daughter was born on the 20th, just in time for Christmas. I remember struggling to find something that fit over my belly, but still looked sexy and cheerful for the season. With my daughter, I just got …

Post Thumbnail of Preparing To Exercise When You are Pregnant: Lesson 1
 Mommy To Be Fitness 1 December 2009

When you are pregnant, your body goes through a tremendous amount of changes. You will gain weight and retain water. You will be eating more than you are used to. You may experience back pain, leg and feet swelling, stretch marks, cramps, constipation, and yes, your feet may get irreversibly …

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 New Mom Happiness 1 December 2009

By Kathleen Cuneo, Ph.D.
Before you ever had children you may have conjured up a scene in your imagination for a joyous, heartwarming holiday season. Perhaps you imagined your own version of a madonna and child scene as you held your new infant in the glow of the holiday lights. Perhaps …

Post Thumbnail of 5 Steps Toward Holiday Wellness for New Moms
 New Mom Nutrition 1 December 2009

By Cydney Smith
It’s December, the holiday season is upon us, as are the days of early darkness. During this time of year, where cultures around the world celebrate birth, light and love, it may be easy for the new mom to forget to celebrate and nourish herself.
For the new mom, …

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