Did you know that training your diaphragm is the SINGLE most important thing you can do during pregnancy and postpartum?
Author Archives: Joanie Johnson
I was 35 weeks pregnant and it was the last morning of our baby-moon. (PS, don’t go on a baby-moon at 35 weeks pregnant. Go at 25 weeks pregnant. You’ll enjoy it much more!) I got up early and walked … Continued
I had big dreams for pregnancy. I read every pregnancy book I could find for the year leading up to becoming pregnant. I had a Pinterest page full of all the adorable outfits I was going to wear with a … Continued
Has your posture been on the decline since getting pregnant or having a baby? Here are some tips on how to find a better position that works for you.
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“Energy Bites” Recipe Great for Pregnant and Nursing Moms “Vegan Energy Bites” have begun popping up in coffee and juice shops all over the city. I’m a total sucker for these because I’ve made them forever in my kitchen and … Continued
I can’t say it enough! EXERCISE! I mean, LOOK how happy this bump is to be working out! I’m a broken record when it comes to this topic, but you have to forgive me. I’ve dedicated my career to … Continued
Yes, it IS possible. It’s just not going to be the “good night” of sleep that used to be your standard. You’ll be amazed, 4 months postpartum, how a solid 3 hours of sleep can make you feel … Continued
Exercising during pregnancy is one of the healthiest things you can do for yourself and your baby. Check out this cool list of benefits! Helps you feel less pain and stronger in your everyday life during pregnancy Post-baby body recovery … Continued
During my last 2 weeks of pregnancy, I went into what’s known as “nesting” mode. We were following the Jewish tradition of not setting up the nursery or keeping things for the baby in our home until after the baby … Continued