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Exercise Tips

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Exercise Tips

  • 1st Trimester Workout
  • 2nd Trimester Workout
  • 3rd Trimester Workout

Nutrition Tips

  • Tips on what to eat when you're expecting
  • 1st Trimester Sample Menu
  • 2nd Trimester Sample Menu
  • 3rd Trimester Sample Menu

Recipe Tips (For Mom)

  • Banana Chocolate Milkshake
  • Chicken Spinach Salad with Apple Dijon Vinaigrette
  • Warm Egg and Spinach Sandwich
  • Grab N Go Energy Mix
  • Pumpkin Pie Smoothie
  • Crisp Mini Sandwiches

Recipe Tips (For Baby)

  • Baby Oatmeal
  • Apple-Pear Puree
  • Butternut Squash Puree
  • Zucchini-Pea Puree with mint
  • Carrot-Chickpea mash with cumin
  • Smooth Sweet Potato Puree
  • Banana Mash


  • Gravida

Sample Menus

  • Age 6 to 12 Months
  • Age 13 to 18 Months
  • Age 19 to 24 Months
  • What to Eat for Breakfast Throughout Pregnancy

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If You Get Sick

Maybe you were expecting some of the usual pregnancy symptoms while you’re pregnant. Like morning sickness, heartburn, and fatigue. Maybe you weren’t expecting to come down with a cold. Since your normal suppression of your immune system (so your body doesn’t reject your baby as “foreign”), makes you an easier target for germs. Not to mention it can be twice as uncomfortable when you’re sick for two, and so many of your regular remedies may need to stay on the shelf for now.

Back-to-Back Pregnancies

Are you expanding your family a little sooner than expected? Having another pregnancy before you have fully recovered from the last pregnancy , can be hard enough without adding stress. Although closely spaced pregnancies can take a physical toll on a mom-to-be who has just became a mom, there are a lot of things you can do to help your body be up to the challenge of back-to back- pregnancies.

Making soap out of breastmilk

Breastmilk soap is just soap made with your breastmilk mixed with non-GMO and organic oils, you will need to treat it as any other soap. Unlike other soap, this will have the special ingredient of your own milk in it. You can use it as often as you like for you and your whole family. 

Creating a Birth Plan

The birth of your baby will be the most memorable, life-changing, experiences of your life. You should take the time to think through the hopes and desires for the big day by creating a birth plan.