You are all about preparing for baby during your pregnancy and rightly so, but what about after. Towards the end of your term, it is a good idea to do a little post pregnancy prep!
In the book, The Post-Pregnancy Handbook, Sylvia Brown and Mary Dowd Struck explain what a woman can expect to feel and experience both physically and emotionally. It is said to balance medical advice with practical tips. You can pick up a copy from your local library. The handbook talks about everything from handling expectations to dealing with the after effects of a cesarean. Here are some posts and video to help too…
Tummy surprises and not good ones. But it’s ok!
5 changes that you may not have considered. (Click the link above)
From hair loss to skin discoloration, remember you are not alone. Many women have come before. Just be prepared.
The Post-Pregnancy Body; What to Expect
“I want to give you a heads up.”
Remember, you have a new amazing bundle of joy in your life, so keep all the changes in perspective. You created a human, you’re a rock star!
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