Most people pretty much carry on with the same level of exercise as before they were pregnant during their first trimester. Although it’s important to listen to what your body is telling you. You may not show that you’re pregnant right now, but your body is changing fast and you many feel tired, nauseous, breathless or highly emotional. So the general advice is keep going, but don’t overdo it.
If you’re asking yourself ‘is stress during pregnancy bad for the baby’, remember that staying relaxed and calm is what’s best for your bundle of joy. While a few stressful moments here and there are to be expected, surrounding yourself with a wonderful support network and making time for yourself to relax and unwind are key to a healthy baby.
Chances are you’ve probably heard of babymoons. They’re a huge trend at the moment, and you might have seen them on social media or read about the pros and cons of a babymoon. Your friends may have even jetted off on a romantic babymoon getaway.
February is here, & so is Valentine's Day! Date nights might be a thing of the past, especially during Valentine's Day while pregnant. Celebrating Valentine's Day while pregnant means you may have to get creative and switch up your usual plans. We have you covered with 14 Valentine’s Day ideas when pregnant.
The one thing all second-time mums should bear in mind from the outset is that no two pregnancies are the same. Don’t skip antenatal appointments, thinking you’ve done it all before, it’s important to check there are no unexpected complications, even if everything went smoothly first-time round.
If you’re looking for pregnancy sleeping tips, you’ve come to the right place. Here are some of our favourite ways to prevent sleep problems in pregnancy – hopefully they’ll help you to catch those much needed zzz’s and make the most of