The holidays are just around the corner and this is your time to relax and concentrate on you. Here are some tips and advice on ways to relax and ways to also celebrate the holidays safely.
It can sometimes be hard during the holidays to be 100% healthy. You are surrounded by food and drinks which can make it difficult when deciding the healthiest option. To help you stay healthy and energized, here are some recipes that we gathered for you and your growing baby.
Raise a glass to cheer the holidays and a healthy pregnancy with festive nonalcoholic drinks! With a baby on the way it’s best to celebrate smart yet still raise your glass to the holidays! We’ve gathered some amazing nonalcoholic cocktail recipes that not only taste great but also are packed with nutrients to help for a healthy pregnancy.
Watermelon Mocktail: The watermelon in this fruity beverage is packed with lycopene and vitamins A and C.
- ½ cup watermelon (blended, shaken or muddled)
- ¼ cup white grape juice
- 1/3 cup tonic water
- 1 orange wedge
- Watermelon wedge for garnish(optional)
Mango Margarita Mocktail: Hint of ginger which has been shown to calm queasiness and nausea. Great drink to help reduce morning sickness.
- 1 lime wedge for garnish(optional)
- Ground granola for garnish(optional)
- 4-6 raspberries (or 2 strawberries)
- 1 teaspoon lime juice
- 1 teaspoon grated ginger
- ¼ cup mango juice
- ¼ cup grapefruit juice
Cute and Affordable Maternity Clothing for the Holidays
Tired of the same black dress or stretched out t-shirt? With the holidays being nearby, that means holiday parties and celebrations are near as well. That belly bump can make it difficult to wear your cute party dress or blouse from last year, so here are a couple cute, affordable and comfortable clothing you could wear to your next holiday party!