Mommy Chick of the Month: Mica from May Designs

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Mommy Chick of the Month: Mica from May Designs

Spring has sprung! And I couldn’t think of a better fit for this happy season other than featuring the incredibly talented, Mica May–CEO & Founder of May Designs–as our April Mommy Chick of the Month. If you aren’t familiar with May Designs, it is a lifestyle brand specializing in customized notebooks, stationery, and more! Mica’s company has been featured on Good Morning America, The Today Show, Real Simple and was named one of Oprah’s Favorite Things! She is the real deal and a true inspiration to women, mothers, and mompreneurs everywhere! We are honored to share our interview with Mica today and hope you all enjoy getting a peek inside her life and receiving some wonderful words of wisdom. Please welcome our April Mommy Chick, Mica!

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Nina: Hi, Mica! We’ve been following your May Designs journey and are so inspired by your creativity! Tell us what inspired you to start your business.

Mica: Honestly, I just love writing things down. I love pen and paper and I’m a total nerd when it comes to ink and paper textures and how it all works together. I’m the girl who always wanted to have an “aqua” spiral for Science or “magenta” instead of red for Reading. When I couldn’t really find any notebooks that I absolutely loved–I started making my own. I wanted something really thin that I could throw in my purse, something sustainable that would last the wear and tear of me using it all day every day, and then something fun that had a design on it that I could love for a period of time but switch out for something new when I had used up the pages.

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N: We love your notebooks, too! How do you balance being a full time CEO and mama of three?

M: I’m not sure balance is the right word. The struggle is real and it’s always a give and take! I try and maximize my time by constantly evaluating our day to day activities–and remove as many of the the unnecessary things (like long commutes) out of our lives as much as possible. I literally made a list of all the things that happen on any given Monday (and Tuesday, and Wednesday . . . ) and then I put my name next to the things that only I could do or I was somehow emotionally connected to. For example, I love picking my girls from dance class. I love watching them dance through the little window and they are always so so excited I’m there to pick them up! I wouldn’t miss it for the world. But dropping them off isn’t as important to me . . . and since I absolutely cannot do it all, I don’t. I pick and choose the things that have the most impact (for both of us, my kids and myself!) and then I quit feeling guilty for the things I didn’t really want to do anyway! Being FREE is the best place–and when I’m in a season of feeling free–that’s when I feel like I’m in my sweet spot.

N: You obviously have a lot going on! How do you stay organized?

M: Truly, I am crazy about our new folios. I always have several notebooks going–so it’s been a lifesaver since we’ve launched them! Here’s my favorite four: Months + Dots, which I use for all my high level planning. Vacations, kids schedules, summer camps, all that goes in the calendar part of that notebook. Then, I use dot grid for everything else! I almost always have a coloring book in my folio for my girls to draw in if we are at the doctor, restaurant or out somewhere. And then the prayer and gratitude inside pages help to set my day off right!

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N: Moms are short on time in the morning, do you have any quick beauty tricks to share with our Mommy Chicks?

M: I’ve got my morning make up routine down to literally about 3 minutes. I brush on some mineral powder, breeze cheeks with some blush, add a little basic eyeshadow, put on some lips and I call it a day. I’m obsessed with dry shampoo because my hair actually does better if I don’t wash it every day! My last MAJOR time saving tip is that I recently got eyelash extensions, which I know is not for everyone. I got a steal of a deal at a local place in ATX and because my natural lashes are truly super short and stick straight out, it was a big part of my morning routine that left me feeling frustrated a lot of the time. I don’t have to do anything to them at all, I can’t feel them, and it’s been a game changer for my morning.

N: We love the little cocktail parties y’all throw in the office! What’s been your favorite recipe thus far?

M: I’m a super seasonal drinker, so in the Spring/Summer I love light and floral cocktails, Margaritas + Rosè all day! The Hemingway Daiquiri is one of my absolute favorites, you can find the recipe here!

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N: How do you like to unwind after a long week?

M: Get outdoors with my kids! Do something active–even if it’s just a walk to a local park or venture into the greenbelt with my family. Putting my phone away and just giving them undivided attention is the best and fills up their love tanks!

N: What’s the greatest lesson (or lessons) that motherhood has taught you?

M: I’m absolutely still learning, every single day! I feel like the lessons ebb and flow as the years pile on and the kids get older . . . but I think the most significant thing I’ve learned is that there is so much grace and forgiveness that comes from children. I can beat myself up for the littlest thing, but they are quick to forgive, and I always want to be a person that holds short accounts. If (and when!) I do something that I feel sad about, I think it’s most important to model the behavior you are trying to teach–and for me, that’s getting down on their level, looking them in the eye and apologizing for exactly what it was that I may have done and asking for their forgiveness first.

N: What’s your favorite thing about yourself?

M: I don’t take no for an answer. I believe in unicorns (I mean, not REAL unicorns) 🙂 but I have an underlying belief that there is always a solution to the problem and there is always something even more amazing around the corner! I don’t see obstacles as a roadblock, but rather a hurdle to jump over . . . and I’ve learned that it’s okay to fall down if you don’t jump high enough the first time. Just get back up, dust off, hold your head a little higher and leap for the stars.

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N: As a mother of three, what’s a piece of advice that you wish you would have known and would like to share with expecting moms and/or brand new mothers?

M: Enjoy each moment and know that right when you figure it out, things change–and that’s okay!! I think I thought that once I “figured out” the newborn thing, I would be good to go. Or once I “mastered” the whole toddler thing, I would be a parenting goddess. But the truth is, children are growing, organic, lovely little humans that are also just trying to figure it all out! We are all learning together and the joy is found in the journey. And that your child is absolutely unique, and you must be a student of them. Learn them. YOU will be the person that knows them the very best and advice that is great for someone else might not be perfect for you and your lifestyle or family. Pull bits and pieces of learned wisdom from everywhere and craft a beautiful masterpiece for yourself and your littles that makes sense for who they were created to be!

N: How do you make time to spend with each of your children, individually?

M: I take each of them on dates throughout the week. Depending on the time and craziness of our week, I might have more time and the dates are longer and more elaborate! Sometimes it’s taking my son, Jackson, for ice cream and simply laughing with him, giving him eye contact and holding hands with him–his favorite 🙂 Recently, I started “moon walks” with each of my girls–and after they get their pajamas on, we walk around the neighborhood right at dusk and play “I spy” and talk about our favorite moments from the day. The moments don’t have to be long (or have a financial component to them!) the main thing is eye contact and my undivided attention.

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N: What are your secrets to being a happy mommy and wife?

M: I think for me, it’s so important to treat each of my children as the individuals that they are! They are each so beautiful and unique (as well as my husband!) and while one of them is extremely similar to me (Madelyn)–the other three people whom I love so deeply are so very different from me. There is no piece of me that wants to change my husband or any of my children, and learning to love everything that makes them unique is part of what I hope makes them feel cherished, respected, and loved by me. I also think–especially when there were lots of toddlers at home–holding my home/schedule loosely was absolutely critical. There were seasons with giant ugly toys that made the worlds most awful music . . . and PTL those days are over! But when they were there, and so much of my day was spent cutting up tiny tiny pieces of food 3x a day and the constant mess of tiny toys everywhere–knowing it was just a season made me stop and just live in the moments!

N: What are your greatest hopes for our children’s’ future—the next generation?

M: My greatest hope for my children and their friends is that they truly build relationships and understand the impact of having one another in their homes, having dinners together, traveling with other families and friends, and building face to face relationships in this digital world. I’m also hopeful that I can show and teach them some of the truths that I believe in, because in this new world of information overload, it can be so challenging to know what is true or right. They don’t have to believe everything I believe, but I want them to be able to ask hard questions and know how to search for the truth—instead of lean on others to tell their opinions on Facebook, or whatever platforms will exist in the years to come.

N: What are your greatest hopes for women and mothers everywhere?

M: That we love and respect each other–in all our differences. There are no two people cut from the same cloth, that have the exact same life experiences, have the same body, the same personality. We were all created so beautifully unique and have so much magic and beauty to bring to the world! The spectrums that exist can be so polarizing–from public school to home school, breastfeeding to bottle fed, working moms to stay at home mamas . . . the list is absolutely endless. My greatest hope is that we can see the incredible tapestry that’s woven together when we harness our strengths for good and use them to help out our friends, colleagues, and neighbors in a way that’s loving, collaborative, and respectful.

Thank you, Mica. Your words are powerful and what–I believe–every mother needs to read. We are truly honored to have you as our April Mommy Chick. Thank you for sharing your story with us and our readers. 🙂

About the Author /

Nina is The Baby Chick® & CEO of Baby Chick®. She is a baby planner, birth doula, postpartum doula, childbirth educator, newborn care specialist, and a mother. With over eight years of experience, she has supported hundreds of families during their pregnancies, births, and postpartum journeys.

By throwing everything in the closet or under the By throwing everything in the closet or under the bed does not mean "cleaned" your room. 🤦‍♀️⁠
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#stoprunning #sitdown #stopdoingthat #doyouneedtog #stoprunning #sitdown #stopdoingthat #doyouneedtogotothepotty #NO⁠
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Remember what it was like when you were home with Remember what it was like when you were home with a newborn? Remember how you felt? Tired. Sore. Swollen. Engorged. So happy to finally meet your baby but also completely exhausted. You wished you had more help. You wished you could take a break. You wished you could only focus on staring at your baby and snuggling them and not have to worry about preparing food, chores, etc.⁠
Even though things may be more difficult now to offer help, still try to be the friend you wished you had when your babies were newborns to your friends and loved ones. ❤️ Things you can do:⁠
- Drop off a meal at their door⁠
- Drop off some of your favorite postpartum recovery items or breastfeeding products you loved⁠
- Go grocery shopping for them and leave it at the door⁠
- Send them a meal delivery service gift card⁠
- Bake her some lactation cookies (if she is breastfeeding)⁠
- Drop off any hand-me-downs from your kids⁠
- Pay a housekeeping service to come over and clean her house⁠
- Set up a meal train with her friends⁠
- Drop off diapers and wipes⁠
- Self-quarantine for 2 weeks and come over to help with the house and baby so she can take a nap or a shower⁠
- Pay for a few hours for a postpartum doula or a night nanny to help her out⁠
There is so much you can do! And every little bit helps. What else would you add to the list? 💕
Any mamas feel me? Pass the coffee. 😑☕☕☕⁠
📷: @momandburied
This is so accurate. And happens pretty much anywh This is so accurate. And happens pretty much anywhere we go if we leave the house. 🤦‍♀️😂⁠
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Keeping Track of Baby Milestones: 0-3 Months Old⁠ 👶⁠
Typically, the first three months of your child’s development will be marked by key developments including control and lifting of their head, a first smile and even a laugh, and making eye contact. 👀 It’s an exciting time when bonding is important and your baby is changing rapidly before your eyes. 😍 Pediatricians will go through developmental milestone checklists with patients, asking parents about their child’s sensory, communication, and movement changes, keeping an eye out for any red flags. 🚩 Generally, it’s not concerning if a baby isn’t hitting one or two milestones on time. Be sure to adjust for prematurity or stress factors. If your newborn is missing multiple abilities or you feel concerned, check in with your child’s pediatrician. 👩‍⚕️ Here are the different milestones to look out for each month from 0-3 months. {Click 🔗 in bio to continue reading!⁠}⁠
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😑😒⁠ 📷: @parentnormal 😑😒⁠
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Love you but you have worn me out and I'm done. Ea Love you but you have worn me out and I'm done. Early bedtime tonight. Night night. 👋😘😂⁠
(quote via @mimosaswithmom)
Top 10 Coolest Baby Girl Names 🎀⁠ .⁠ So you Top 10 Coolest Baby Girl Names 🎀⁠
So you’re about to have a baby girl and you’re looking for a cool name for her, right? You want a name that captures the essence of who she is and the girl and woman that you envision her becoming. A name that sets her apart and celebrates her unique gifts. A name you can imagine being written on her cubby at preschool, her college entrance essay, her first novel.⁠
You want your precious daughter to have a name that will convey all the qualities and values that you hope she will embody: you need a name fit for a queen, an astronaut, a good friend, a doctor, a professional athlete, a spiritual leader, a wonderful mother, a nurse, an activist, a scholar, a student, a leader, a follower, a good person—any of the things you imagine she can and will become in her lifetime.⁠
Finding a cool baby girl name may seem like a daunting task. There are so many options! Research shows that names for baby girls are currently trending towards representations of nature, gemstones, and food. Also growing in popularity for girls’ names are names that are not common girls names at all—such as names that have been traditionally used for boys, or last names. {Click 🔗 in bio to continue reading!⁠}⁠
Article by: @kristen_vhmiddleton⁠
📷: @mochi.sucre
Major reasons why you can never spoil a newborn. ❤️⁠
📷: @renee.barendregt & @gentleparenting_memes
When Do You Start Showing in Pregnancy? 🤰⁠
Every woman is different when she begins showing in pregnancy. I remember clearly the day I finally saw my beloved baby bump. It was a Monday and I was at work. I saw myself in the bathroom mirror and smiled broadly at my suddenly noticeable bump. Glowing, I rubbed my little tummy as I checked out my new, different-looking profile in the mirror. My office friends had noticed that morning as well and had complimented me and my little bump. Naturally, I took a selfie. I was so excited to see that I was finally showing. I couldn’t stop smiling all day! 😊 {Click 🔗 in bio to continue reading!⁠}⁠
Article by: @kristen_vhmiddleton⁠
⁠📷: @matfelipe
"It doesn't matter if you have a newborn, a toddle "It doesn't matter if you have a newborn, a toddler, or a teenager. These are the things our children need to feel from those around them. The same things that you and I even as adults want to feel from those around us. We want to feel seen. We want to be soothed when we are hurt. We want to feel safe when we are with people. We want to feel secure in our relationships with others. We don't outgrow the need to feel those things. In a crazy world, let your children feel those things. Let them know 'Hey, I see you. I see you're sad or mad. I am here with a hug when you're ready and if you need it. You are safe to feel how you feel and be who you are. You don't have to worry about my love for you. Be secure in that. Bad times or good times, I am here for you and I love you.' Because how good does it feel when we feel that way from those around us?"⁠
Words & 📷: @thebuonamama
We learn as we go. It's okay to make mistakes. Ack We learn as we go. It's okay to make mistakes. Acknowledge them, and once you know better, do better. ❤️⁠
(quote via Karen Kleiman from "This Isn't What I Expected")
What Color Eyes Will Your Baby Have? 👁️⁠
Expecting parents often wonder what their baby will look like once he's born. 🤔 Will she have light or dark hair? Will she inherit your freckles? What color eyes will your baby have? When I was pregnant with my son, my husband and I had fun wondering these same things. Would he have a round face? Would he have my nose? My husband’s cheeks? The only thing we knew for sure was that he would have deep brown eyes and dark brown hair, just like his mom and dad. Or so we thought.⁠ 😮 {Click 🔗 in bio to continue reading!⁠}⁠
Article by: Jennifer Hill Robenault⁠
⁠📷: @amymelissaphoto
My Favorite Cloth Diapering Systems 👶⁠ .⁠ T My Favorite Cloth Diapering Systems 👶⁠
Think diaper changing is straight forward and simple? Not so fast for the cloth diapering mamas. While cloth diapers generally save us quite a bit of cash after that initial investment 💰, it does require a bit of a process, and a good cloth diapering system, to make it less time-consuming. The good news? Once you have it down and have the right tools on hand, it doesn’t have to be all that difficult at all. 🙌 Here are some favorite cloth diapering systems (and tips) that make diaper changes (and cleaning) way more manageable.⁠ {Click 🔗 in bio to continue reading!⁠}⁠
Article by: Rebecca Jacobs⁠
📷: @thetuckertribe5⁠
Yes, Yes, YES!!! ❤️ Yes, Yes, YES!!! ❤️
Sometimes a good soak in the tub with some bath sa Sometimes a good soak in the tub with some bath salts, a face scrub, and some cucumber slices can make your day. 😍⁠
📷: @jhonnycurran
First of all, we think all moms are incredible. 💕 Today’s shoutout goes to the career moms. We know the struggles because we are you. May this weekend bring you all rest, peace, and joy. 🥰 Sending out all of the love and respect! 🙇‍♀️
(quote via @beyonce)
You Can't Spoil a Baby, Here's Why 👶💕⁠
The battle of opinions regarding whether or not you can spoil a baby has been raging for decades, especially among grandparents and those born during the time of little affection. Our children's great-grandparents were most likely raised with the idea that love and affection and responding to a baby's cries will spoil them and make them even fussier. While that idea might seem ludicrous to us, there's a reason such an approach was widely believed. Here's what parenting has looked like over the decades and how present-day science says you cannot spoil a baby. ❤️ {Click 🔗 in bio to continue reading!⁠}⁠
Article by: Rachel MacPherson⁠
📷: @trinitysierra
They repeat what we do. Show them love. Love for o They repeat what we do. Show them love. Love for others and for yourself. ❤️⁠
📷: @fleurdelisspeaks⁠
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What Happens to a Woman's Brain When She Becomes a What Happens to a Woman's Brain When She Becomes a Mother? 🧠❤️⁠
Most women who have had children are fully aware of the hormonal and emotional changes that they experience. However, science is only just starting to understand how these changes occur in human mothers’ brains. While mothers know what it feels like to experience these changes, most of us don't know exactly what happens to a woman's brain when she becomes a mother. Turns out, a lot is happening! 😲 {Click 🔗 in bio to read more about it!⁠}⁠
Article by: Rachel MacPherson⁠
📷: @emfillerup
You may think that you are helping them by doing e You may think that you are helping them by doing everything for them. But there comes a time when they need to learn how to do things for themselves. ⁠
"Give a man a fish, he eats for a day. Teach a man to fish, he eats for a lifetime." The same rule applies.⁠
We want our kids to be strong, independent, self-reliant, and successful. They learn quickly what they can get away with. Teaching them kindness and a good work ethic from the beginning goes a long way. ❤️⁠ Put the hard work in now and watch them bloom into a strong and independent adult later. 💪
(Quote via @relaxingmommy)
However you choose to feed your baby, your baby an However you choose to feed your baby, your baby and your opinion are all that matter. If you choose and are able to breastfeed, feed your baby anywhere and everywhere HOWEVER you want to . . . with or without a cover. You have rights, mama. No need to explain or cover yourself for anybody if you don't want to. 💕⁠
📷: @phoenixandtheocean
5 Things I Wish I Had Known About Potty Training⁠ 🚽⁠
Let’s talk about potty training! It’s one of those monumental milestones we mamas walk through with our toddlers that make them suddenly seem like they went from babies to tiny little humans overnight. And, while it can be an exciting time (and a time to save some serious cash by ditching diapers), it can also come with lots of stress. 🙃 From cleaning up potty accidents for what may seem like days (or even weeks) to wondering if you’ll ever be able to drive further than down the block without having to stop for a potty break 🤦‍♀️, potty training can be daunting.⁠
But, what many moms agree on is that once it’s done, you kinda forget about all the stress that came along with it. Kinda like pregnancy and giving birth —you just sort of forget about it all until you do it all over again.⁠ 🤪⁠
Here are five things I wish I had known about potty training before I jumped into it with my then two-and-a-half-year-old daughter. Because, if I had known these things, I think I would have been a bit more laid back about the whole thing! {Click 🔗 in bio to continue reading!⁠}⁠
Article by: Rebecca Jacobs⁠
📷: @reesetriplets
How Much Does IVF Cost?⁠ 💉⁠ .⁠ In the Uni How Much Does IVF Cost?⁠ 💉⁠
In the United States, 16.2% of married women aged 15-49 struggle with infertility. It is no surprise, then, that fertility treatments are becoming more of a necessity for couples who are faced with infertility and wish to have children. While there are many types of fertility treatments, IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) is one of the most commonly known options. However, the high cost of IVF is often cited as the primary obstacle to undergoing treatment. 💸 Let's take a look at what IVF entails, and how much IVF costs. {Click 🔗 in bio to continue reading!⁠}⁠
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📷: @lizbrownfitness
She isn't as cheerful as usual? She is being a bit She isn't as cheerful as usual? She is being a bit short with her replies back? Don't be hard on her. It more than likely has nothing to do with you. You never how many times her kids got her up last night. 😴 #bekindalways
🖌: @growupbrite
You're the reason that I breathe but also the reas You're the reason that I breathe but also the reason that I am out of breath. 😉🤪😂 #momlife
You're My Baby Forever, But My Newborn for Now⁠ You're My Baby Forever, But My Newborn for Now⁠ 💕⁠
When I had my first baby, everyone told me to enjoy the newborn stage because it goes fast, and I would miss it. But I was so exhausted and overwhelmed I didn’t believe them. 😴 While I was living through it, it felt like it took forever!⁠
If you are there now or about to enter this stage, it’s a yummy, delicious, snuggly stage. But for me, it has always been one of the harder ones, every time I go through it. So I see and feel you, mama! It’s physically, emotionally, and mentally exhausting. Hold tight, though, because it doesn’t last forever.⁠
So, while you are struggling to keep your eyes open, and your mental state together, here are a few things to try to savor while your baby is still a newborn. {Click 🔗 in bio to continue reading!⁠}⁠
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Daddy Chronicles: Breastfeeding 💙⁠ by @chroni Daddy Chronicles: Breastfeeding 💙⁠
by @chroniclesofdaddy⁠
I've been asked so many questions by men about fatherhood. So I figured I'd drop some knowledge on my fellow Dads and soon-to-be-Dads. Here's what it looks like for the first few weeks or months after your child is born. Yup. If mom breastfeeds they pretty much are tucked like this and at times you'll wonder "what is there for me to do?" Here are my top 5 tips for any Dad after your child is born.⁠
1️⃣ For night feedings. When mom wakes up in the middle of the night, you get up and ask if she needs any help or water. The truth is most of the time she will say no but just the fact that you offered will go far.⁠
2️⃣ Ask mom if she can pump and then pick 1 feeding that you will always do. Mom will take on almost everything and will burn herself out if you let her. At times you may have to force her to rest without worrying about the baby. This is an easy way to do that without a fight.⁠
3️⃣ Don't put a time limit on how long mom breastfeeds the baby. It's not just about feeding your child it's about them bonding as well. I know everyone has a different length of time they will breastfeed and as a Dad, it's hard to fully understand. Do not, I repeat, DO NOT try and rush this process. It's not our place and it's not safe. You will open yourself up to a fight you can't win.⁠
4️⃣ Be patient. I know as a Dad the first few weeks we are equally excited and yet not as important. Your time will come faster than you know. Babies grow fast and the stronger and bigger they get the more Daddy Time will be coming your way.⁠
5️⃣ Paternity leave! If you have it TAKE IT. The early stages of a child's life are not just for moms to enjoy. I know as men making the money especially after having a baby it's hard, but trust me. You can always make money but there are no instant replays in life. It doesn't make you more of a man to not take the leave. It's equally as important that you as a Dad get to be a part of the early development of your child. ⁠
If someone needs this info tag them ❤️⁠
Absolutely love these tips from @chroniclesofdaddy. 🙌
7 Postpartum Yoga Poses That Strengthen Your Body 7 Postpartum Yoga Poses That Strengthen Your Body After Baby 🧘‍♀️⁠
The postpartum period, or period of recovery that takes place after a mother gives birth, is an important time for mothers to take care of themselves. 🥰 Typically, if you’re less than 6 weeks postpartum you don’t want to put any pressure on your core muscles. Also, your body’s levels of relaxin, the hormone that loosens joints to prepare for childbirth, is elevated for 3-6 months after childbirth, and longer if you are breastfeeding. All this means is: take these postpartum yoga poses slowly and stretch yourself gently. No gymnastics here or pushing beyond what is comfortable.⁠
Remember, every mama’s body is different, so listen to how you feel and seek advice from a medical professional if you have questions about how and when to begin your personal exercise plan. Note: Try to do the following yoga poses in the order they are listed. {Click 🔗 in bio to see the 7 yoga poses to strengthen your body after baby!⁠}⁠
Article by: @kristen_vhmiddleton⁠
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It's been one of those days. 😑⁠ 📷: @kristy It's been one of those days. 😑⁠
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What are some strange things you do as a #boymom or #girlmom?
It doesn't happen often but when it does, it's mag It doesn't happen often but when it does, it's magic.⁠ ✨🤩
📷: @realtoughdad