Every birth is special and difficult in its own way but add a pandemic situation and you have the next level of an emotional birth story during covid19.
I’m 39 weeks pregnant, living near Milan Italy and I’m gonna share with you my pregnancy experience during coronavirus pandemic situation.
Everything was planned for this pregnancy, except for the coronavirus pandemic situation.
I’m in my 38th pregnancy week and I’m gonna share with you my top pregnancy products worth buying.
I’m that kind of person who likes to invest in good products and use them for long periods #lesswaste.
Therefore I was sceptic to even buy pregnancy products that will be useful only for 9 months, but these ones were so worth it for my health and comfort! and are useful also on the postpartum period 🙂
Once I found out I was pregnant I immediately started to document myself about a lot of things regarding newborns, but especially about how to make your baby sleep through the night.
Sleeping is for me as important as food in order to have a normal energy level and I found out that it’s even more important than food for newborns.
That was great news!
Unfortunately I also discovered that babies have to be taught how to sleep so I wrote here the best advices, from different sources, on how to make your baby sleep through the night. Use it as a reminder handbook on those difficult times.
So I’m in the last month of my pregnancy journey and want to share with you the 5 most important tips that I implemented on my day to day pregnant life for an easier labor and delivery experience.
I received these tips from the midwives, friends which already had a baby and other moms that I religiously follow on social media.
I can’t advice enough to have a prenatal course, with medical personnel that can guide you through this beautiful, yet quite terrifying experience if not well informed and supported.
But enough with the talking and let’s get straight to business:
Let’s see what’s in my hospital bag as I procrastinated this topic enough, now it’s really time to pack!
I’m in my 36th pregnancy week and I documented myself a lot for this topic.
First of all I checked what are the hospital requests, then I asked the midwives during the prenatal course and during the exams.
Finally I checked with my already mommy friends and the infinite youtube videos on this topic.
Now I’m ready to share with you what I actually packed in my hospital bag and spoiler alert: I tried to keep it as minimal as possible 😊