26 weeks pregnant update. Follow Trina’s pregnancy with week-by-week baby bump updates. In week 26, we discuss getting ready for baby, a 4D ultrasound, and week 26 pregnancy symptoms such as skin pigmentation changes. You also see Trina’s 26 weeks pregnant belly.
25 weeks pregnant update. Follow Trina’s pregnancy with week-by-week baby bump updates. In week 25, we discuss setting up a nursery, relieving pregnancy symptoms with a belly wrap, and week 25 pregnancy symptoms such as insomnia. You also see Trina’s 25 weeks pregnant belly.
You just took a positive pregnancy test. Congratulations! But now what? This post is a complete guide to get you started. When should you make an appointment? Foods to avoid while pregnant, how and when you should tell people you’re pregnant, and early pregnancy symptoms you’re likely to experience.
24 weeks pregnant update. Follow Trina’s pregnancy with week-by-week baby bump updates. In week 24, we discuss clothing for maternity photos and newborn photography, and week 24 pregnancy symptoms such as being uncomfortable laying on your back. You also see Trina’s 24 weeks pregnant belly.
Setting up a nursery is one of the most fun and exciting ways to prepare for a baby. You want it to look great, be super organized, and have functionality when it comes time to care for your newborn. We’ve got everything you need to know to prepare a nursery for your newborn.
Want to stay at home with your baby but can’t necessarily afford it? This post details how I was able to stay at home with my daughter by teaching online with VIPKid. I never knew how much I would enjoy teaching online until I had started. Here I share everything you need to know to determine if teaching online is right for you along with details on how to get hired.
Why is baby waking up at night? Why won’t baby sleep through the night? This article covers 10 reasons your little one might be waking up at night and gives you tips and ideas how to fix it.
23 weeks pregnant update. Follow Trina’s pregnancy with week-by-week baby bump updates. In week 23, we discuss thinking about career options that fit your new family dynamic, and week 23 pregnancy symptoms such as having an itchy belly. You also see Trina’s 23 weeks pregnant belly.
This post covers everything you need to know about cluster feeding a newborn including when growth spurts occur, baby losing weight after birth, and tips to survive night nursing. Cluster feeding is totally normal but knowledge is needed to get through it.
22 weeks pregnant update. Follow Trina’s pregnancy with week-by-week baby bump updates. In week 22, we discuss preparing your relationship for baby, thinking about a nursery, and preparing an older sibling, and week 22 pregnancy symptoms such as having to pee all the time. You also see Trina’s 22 weeks pregnant belly.
It should come as no surprise to hear that some things about birth and newborns are going to leave you totally shocked no matter how prepared you are. I know that I was surprised about certain aspects of my birth, the difficulties of processing it emotionally, and ways we could have prepared our home better. I have written about these topics, and more in our expecting section, to help you be better prepared. But today, I want to share a different perspective on these life changing events. I sat down with my husband during our latest date night and had him share some of the most surprising aspects of birth and life with a newborn for him.
21 weeks pregnant update. Follow Trina’s pregnancy with week-by-week baby bump updates. In week 21, we discuss making a baby registry and preparing the home for baby, and week 21 pregnancy symptoms such as having to pee all the time. You also see Trina’s 21 weeks pregnant belly.
If you are currently expecting, you are probably spending a considerable amount of time preparing. Outside of buying cute onesies, prepping a nursery and having a shower, you might want to put aside some time for a birth class. This is especially true if you want to increase your chances of having a particular type of birth, or if this is your first birth.
Having a baby will change your life and newborns are not easy, that’s why it is so important to prepare your relationship for baby. This article covers nine things you can do before baby arrives to make sure that you and your husband are ready for the new addition.
20 weeks pregnant update. Follow Trina’s pregnancy with week-by-week baby bump updates. In week 20, we discuss prenatal workout classes, looking forward to the 20 week ultrasound, and week 20 pregnancy symptoms such as sore breasts. You also see Trina’s 20 weeks pregnant belly.
This sleep myth set me and my baby up for failure. This article talks about sleeping through the night, what that means, and how to get there. Also covered are common issues that might cause your baby to frequently wake throughout the night.