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With pregnancy, the female body tends to accumulate fat in the area of the hips and thighs, which will be the reserves that it will use later for the production of breast milk and feeding the baby. To prevent this area from losing tone, it is important to strengthen it with these simple exercises for the gluteus and abductors of the thighs recommended by Elena Neila, a physiotherapist at Valle36.
You can read more articles similar to Keep in shape after pregnancy. Gluteal and abductor exercise, in the Postpartum On-Site category.
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The Best New Year Gifts You Can Get For Your Baby!
The Best New Year Gifts You Can Get For Your Baby!
From the moment you learn that you will have a baby, the first thing you do is think about what you will get and dream about what you will get.
Even when you hear that you will have a sister, cousin or a friend's baby, you will think with the same excitement what gifts you will receive for the baby.
This flurry will continue every year on national holidays such as birthdays, religious holidays, 23 April National Sovereignty Children's Day.
But the problem is; a wide range of baby products best gifts for babies What are you and how will you choose the right gift?
Pacifier and Soother Strap
A set of pacifiers and pacifier hangers will take the first place among the best gifts for 0-1 year old babies.
Babies love to put their pacifiers on the ground and think it is a game thanks to the pacifier hanger you can avoid this situation a little bit.
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Colorful, rattling, rustling teether will be a gift for 6-12 months babies.
Babies will relax their new teeth as they bite, wheezing sounds and different accessories on the teether will improve their senses and have fun moments.
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Educational Colored Rings
Educational rings, one of the baby's favorite toys, can be a great gift option.
This gift is for babies who try to arrange colorful rings from big to small, roll like a wheel or even use it to scratch their teeth. cognitive, emotional and psycho-motor development will support in a positive way.
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Plush finger or hand puppets that your little baby will play with great pleasure; their ability to express themselves, empathy and develop their social skills is a nice gift option.
Toy Musical Instrument
Babies love to make more sounds by shaking or hitting them.
Because every time you hit it, it shows that you are in control and this feeling reinforces your baby's ability to establish cause-and-effect relationship and sense of accomplishment.
Therefore What to buy gift to babies If you say; toy guitar, piano, harmonica, accordion, maracas, drums, saxophone and tambourine.
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Wooden blocks, which are completely organic because they are made of natural wood, are a good option in the toy category among the most beautiful gifts you can get for your baby.
Particularly, the prism of cubes and rectangles, and blocks of blocks with different shapes, effectively develop the creativity of babies.
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Puzzle and building toys, which can be broken down and rebuilt after construction, are among the most beautiful gifts to be bought for babies.
These toys are very good for your baby to focus, to build a whole relationship and taste the sense of success.
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3D Touch Feel Books
Your child should have a positive attitude towards books in order to gain the habit of reading.
3D Touch Feel books will be a great start for your baby to love books. These books are designed to help your baby with colors, three-dimensional pieces and different textures. cognitive and sensory will contribute to the development.
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A play tent where babies can play house, sometimes a hospital, sometimes a happy home, and sometimes a school, will enhance your baby's creativity.
The play tent, which is your own mini field, will reinforce your sense of belonging and make you realize that you are a separate individual.
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All parents know that some babies have a special loyalty to their blankets. Then you can give him a soft, lovely patterned blanket that he feels safe in.
Clothing, Shoes & Accessories
You can make them happy by buying accessories such as tinsel, clothes or a buckle for girls and boys.
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Gold, Doll Collar-Evil Eye Needle
If you think your baby has enough toys and clothes and want to buy a special gift for him, best gifts for babies between.
A gift such as a gold bracelet, a bracelet, a baby collar and an evil eye pin will make your baby happy today and will be a special souvenir to keep for years.
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Birth classes: what they are and why they're good
At every stage of my pregnancy, I was anxious without cause. I was convinced I'd experience extreme morning sickness (and had none at all). (Nope, didn’t feel a thing.) One thing I didn't worry about? Feeding the baby.
I just assumed since my body had been awesome at the whole pregnancy and labor part, I was in the clear. So when I found myself with a very low milk supply combined with a baby with some issues latching, I was surprised at how difficult it was for me to let go of the idea of breastfeeding.
My sweet baby boy latched easily right after he was born. And that was the only time. My hospital stay was filled with calls to the nursery to send someone to help with every feeding. I tried new positions, nipple shields, massage. It took my baby a few tries each time to latch, but he'd eventually get it and eat for a few minutes, satisfying the consultant, and me, that he was doing just fine.
Only he wasn't fine. And by the time we had our first pediatrician visit a few days after birth, he had lost too much weight and was showing signs of dehydration. We left the doctor’s office with formula supplement and reassurance from the doctor that my milk would be fully in soon and to keep breastfeeding, supplementing, and pumping to increase my supply. So, I fed and I pumped. And I fed and I pumped some more.
I had appointments with a lactation consultant. I locked myself in my bedroom for what felt like days attached to my breast pump. I ordered expensive lactation brownies and cookies that were supposed to increase my supply. I used heat packs, massaged, and hand-expressed. I dealt with clogged milk ducts and fever.
I cried when my baby was happily drinking his formula and falling peacefully asleep. I cried when a girl I went to high school with posted a photo on social media of her freezer stash of milk that she was proud of. (She should be proud, it's hard work!) Why can’t my body do this?
I keep struggling with feelings of guilt over not being able to breastfeed my baby. I keep trying to find a reason why this isn't working. If only I had pumped more in those first couple of days. If only I had worked harder. If only, if only. Articles fill my Facebook news feed on the benefits of breastfeeding and I find myself reading each one, determined to try to go another day.
My last visit to the lactation consultant ended with her assuring me I had worked hard and there would be no reason to feel bad about stopping. She reminded me there was no one way to care for my baby and that formula might be best for everyone. I left feeling good about ending my attempts. But the next day? I went right back to pumping.
I’m now six weeks out from giving birth and I don't know how much longer I'll keep pumping or attempting to nurse. It's one of those situations where I know I should probably just stop but it doesn't feel as simple as that. I think I've needed time to adjust and mourn and slowly let go of my expectations.
I know that sometimes breastfeeding just doesn't work and there is nothing I did wrong. And I’m starting to discover some of the sweet moments with my baby that I missed those first few weeks when I was pumping so much. I was so determined and focused on my milk supply early on that I wasn’t really enjoying those first days as a new mom.
If you had asked me a couple of months ago about my views on feeding my baby, I would have told you I intended to breastfeed, but, if it didn't work out, I’d be fine moving to formula. I fully believe fed is best and I was formula fed as a baby (and turned out marvelously!).
While I’m still grieving the end of my breastfeeding journey, I have to remember one thing that my baby needs: a happy mom. The stress I’ve put on myself and my body to breastfeed is certainly not helping him or us as we bond. His physical needs are being met with formula and I’m grateful it’s helping him grow bigger and stronger (and cuter) every day.
Did you have a difficult time breast feeding?
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