Most expecting women have this misconception that they will spend 9 months indoors, without anything to do. While you need to be careful during your pregnancy, it doesn’t mean you have to compromise on everything.
Whether it’s taking a walk, going shopping, or going to a friend’s house, we’re always careful, making sure that nothing happens to us. While it’s good to take the precautionary measures that you need to, in order to protect your unborn bundle of joy, it doesn’t mean you need to restrict yourself and shy away from the simple pleasures life has to offer!
Here are a few things every pregnant woman should do, at least once during her pregnancy:
You don’t need to brisk walk or run a marathon. But it’s important to take a nice walk at least two or three times a week. This will ensure that you get fresh air, which is really good for your child, and your mind will feel relaxed.
In addition, there’s no harm in looking at beautiful flowers. In fact, it has a nice, calming effect on your overall health! When you’re relaxed, your baby is relaxed. When you’re tired, your baby is tired. See the connection?
When you’re pregnant, your hormones are wacky and out of control! This also means that your muscles will expand, leaving you sore and with unwanted cramps!
Now, that doesn’t mean that you have to sit at home and nothing can be done.
Doctors always recommend regular massages during your pregnancy. This not only helps relax your mind and do away with stress, it also helps get rid of the soreness your body is left with.
Plus, massages help circulate blood in the body so they’re overall healthy and good for the baby too!
It’s important to make sure you get some time to yourself as well. With all the hustle and bustle of dinner parties and baby showers, you will be exhausted.
Therefore, relax and spend some time away from family and friends. Read a few books or reorganize your wardrobe—anything to help relax your mind.
Nursing and delivery gowns can make pregnancy and labor easier. They help you move freely and comfortably. During your pregnancy, you need be stress-free and comfy to ensure everything goes well.
Delivery gowns do just that! When you’re in the hospital, they will help you relax and enjoy your time, instead of being frustrated with uncomfortable hospital gowns that restrict movement. You will also need a nursing gown because after your baby is born, you will need to breastfeed.
We offer high quality nursing and delivery gowns for all your needs. With detachable straps for breastfeeding, and 3-in-1 functions, our nursing and delivery gowns are the epitome of comfort and reliability!
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We will ask you to provide us with additional measurements to size you accordingly, as your ribcage may expand further.