Free nursing pillow

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Free Breast Pads with Promo Code

Posted on February 18th, 2016 by Freebie Felicia

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Free nursing cover! Grab yours now – Makes a great gift too!

Posted on October 23rd, 2015 by Freebie Felicia


Free baby carrier – $40 value

Posted on October 7th, 2015 by Freebie Felicia


Get up to $250 in FREE gifts from Enfamil Family Beginnings

Posted on September 30th, 2015 by Freebie Felicia

 

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Simple Inexpensive Prenatal Care

Posted on May 2nd, 2014 by Discount Debbie

Simple and Inexpensive Prenatal Care

Pregnancy, childbirth, and becoming a new parent can become quite expensive. Prenatal care doesn’t always have to be. This is especially true when we do the little things that help daily.

Take Your Vitamins

Taking prenatal vitamins is a great yet inexpensive way to improve both you and your baby’s health. Make sure that you take the right dosage. If you find that the vitamin brand you are taking makes you nauseous or you feel you aren’t getting the nutrients you need, ask you doctor to recommend a different vitamin. Many over the counter vitamins are fine, but for the more sensitive of us, a prescription vitamin may be in order.

Drink Water

Remember that you aren’t just hydrating yourself when you drink water. You are also cleaning out your body systems. This includes the fluid sac that yoru little one is currently growing in. Try to drink at least eight to ten cups of water per day. I have found that water reduces cravings and keep me from drinking more sugary substances.

Get Sleep

When you are pregnant you need rest. Many people think that they can get through a pregnancy with six hours of sleep a night. Normally this isn’t true. Pumping your body with caffeine and energy drinks during this time is a bad idea. Try to get at least eight hours of sleep a night and if possible, add a nap here or there. Your body is working overtime to build another human being. Give it the rest it needs.

Eat Right

Cut down on both sugar and salt if you can. A few of the health problems we can experience during pregnancy are caused by the things we eat. For example it’s wise to cut down on salt if you have the risk of preclampsia so that you won’t retain as much water. Too much sugar in a diet can increase your chance of gestational diabetes. This includes too much lactose or fructose (milk and fruit sugars).  Check with your doctor to see what they recommend.

Exercise

Of course ask a doctor about how much exercise is right for you. Exercise can increase blood flow for both you and your baby. This means that both of you are getting more oxygen. This also means that you have a better chance of maintaining a healthy weight through your pregnancy.

What are the affordable and simple prenatal care tips you’d share?


Frugal Morning Sickness Reduction

Posted on October 25th, 2013 by Discount Debbie

Morning sickness is never any fun. For some people it comes on suddenly. For other expecting mothers it comes on schedule. For yet other women it is triggered by certain smells. I have even known a person that had morning sickness only if she was exposed too long to artificial light. However you experience morning sickness, here are a few ways to reduce its effects.

Mint Tea

I can't have all the herbs I used when I was not pregnant, but I can have mint. It calms my tummy and gives me something nice to smell.

Scented Candles

I can't stand the smell of cooking food. Sometimes I can't even stand the sight of food. That's when I rely on candles. I use nature scented  candles like pine or cedar to mask food smells. If I am trying to interest myself in food again (because I have to eat something) I use yummy smelling candles like cinnamon spice or warm vanilla.

Cinnamon Mouth Products

Sometimes all I need is a small change to reduce morning sickness. My small change was using cinnamon hygiene products for my mouth. I use a cinnamon mouth wash and toothpaste. I can't tell you why it works, but for me it does.

A Change of Schedule

Not all people are able to spend the morning hiding under the covers when they have morning sickness. Sometimes however, a change in routine helps a great deal. I know my morning sickness hits me hard from about 6:30 am to about 9 am and comes back around noon. For this reason I plan the majority of my work load for later hours in the day.

Prenatal Vitamin At Night

My prenatal vitamin makes me nauseous. I have learned to remedy this by taking it an hour before bedtime. Then I can sleep through the nausea.


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