Over the past few weeks, we’ve talked about Pregnancy in a more in-depth approach, what a mom goes through each stage and what are the necessary steps you need to take from knowing the signs and symptoms to full pregnancy.
We’ve tackled about each trimester and what encompasses each trimester. During the pregnancy period, it pays to be knowledgeable and at the same time getting the habit of each proven tips and tricks of the trade.
In general, not all woman goes through the same feeling, emotions, hardships and all – each is different, but the bottom line is, we all go through the series of stages.
Being pregnant is a combination of excitement, happiness and at the same time that feeling of awkwardness that there’s something inside you growing for 9 long months and it moves. The feeling of excitement is what we always want. We want to enjoy every journey and you know the feeling that somewhere after 9 months there’s an angel that will just pop out your belly! Amazing isn’t it?
Whether we like it or not, it’s the most mixed feelings we all go through, from day 1 to day 9 month. At the end of it all, it’s all about seeing the baby’s smile and nurturing the baby for the next 24 months by breastfeeding. Hey! We got to feed our baby for the next 24 hours, it’s the healthiest and ultra-nutritious meal we can give our babies. If you haven’t read that topic in this blog, I suggest that you do just scan through our blog section to see more tips and tricks.
Now, as we end the series of trimesters in this blog, a lot of questions has popped out, questions like….
Can I stop smoking on my first tri?
What supplements you can advise me to take on my first trimester?
Can you recommend a dress that would help me throughout the 9 months as the baby grows?
How can I deal with morning sickness? Is this normal?
What benefits can I get from my current insurance provider?
Can you suggest the best hospital to deliver my baby?
Do you have any midwife or a doctor to recommend?
What will I do to avoid miscarriage?
How can I be so sure that the baby inside me is healthy?
And the questions go on and on. Since I’m ending this series about first trimesters, this article is all about Question and Answer. I highly encourage everyone who reads this to please feel free ask any questions and I would be responding to the best knowledge, practice, and experience.
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Over the years, I get to hear stories about mommies going on with some depression and all that stuff and I’d like you to know that you are not alone on that journey. Feel free to reach out.
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