It’s hard to get motivated to clean when you’re pregnant. (OK, who am I kidding? I find it hard to want to clean when I’m NOT pregnant. But I’m sure we can agree that it’s particularly hard to get motivated to clean while pregnant.)
If you’ve come upon this post in a desperate search (painful urination postpartum perhaps?) well, I’m guessing it’s not all fun and games for you either. I swore that when I was all recovered and back at blogging, I would write the helpful postpartum stuff I couldn’t find online anywhere while I was healing and googling. Googling things like how to pee postpartum without crying (or feeling like you’d rather give birth all over again).
By the time you reach your third trimester you have probably read countless articles about kegels and hospital bags. And about water births vs squatting births, and about how imperative it is that you try different positions during labor. And you are maybe even feeling a little overwhelmed by it all.
Waddling around feels like enough of a workout when you’re in your third trimester! However, up until that point (and even then), daily intentional movement is really great for both you and baby. Most people don’t automatically think of exercise and pregnancy together, but they make a great pair when done right.
~ I’m on a new adventure with the Squishy Baby, figuring out this mommy thing one day at a time. Raising little people while keeping our homes and finances under control might be a challenge, but it’s one I’m excited to tackle… and I want to encourage you to tackle it too.
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