This video tutorial shows you how to use a long wrap product to dress yourself while creating a secure carrier for your baby. The long wrap is brought forward from back to front and round your belly button, criss-crossed over your back and brought forward and criss-crossed once more, then tied. The two criss-crosses (in the shape of an X) help hold the babies legs, as the pass through the criss-crosses and support the baby. You should then try to bring the fabric down as far as possible to su...
Women get their tubes tied (Tubal Ligation) because they don't want any more children, but what if you change your mind and want to conceive? Learn how Tubal Ligation Reversal can help you successfully become pregnant after getting your tubes tied with this maternity how-to video.
Most new mothers are concerned about having sex while breastfeeding. Learn all about the affects of breastfeeding and sex as well as tips on how to prevent leaky breasts during sex. All you have to do is watch this maternity how to video.
Pregnancy weeks 25 to 28 mark the end of the second trimester, and the beginning of the third trimester. During month 7, your baby will be able to hear sounds and may start dreaming, but you may experience discomfort from hemorrhoids or sciatica.
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to use a nursing cover to breastfeed a baby. This process is very easy, fast and simple to do. It allows the mother to have more privacy when feeding her baby, without having to wear any special nursing clothes or go to somewhere private. The nursing cover simply goes over the mother's head like a apron. People everywhere will not be able to see the mothers nursing, but she can still see everything as she looks down. This video will benefit those view...
Spina bifida is a birth defect involving the neural tube, resulting in an incomplete formation of the spine. Spina bifida is one of the most common birth defects, it occurs within the first few weeks of pregnancy often before a woman knows she's pregnant. Get expert tips and advice on treating and understanding spina bifida or split spine in this video.
Choosing a healthy pregnancy diet goes beyond just avoiding mercury and alcohol! It's critical to ensure that you get satisfactory pregnant nutrition - but the truth is that you're eating for baby at every meal. Watch this video for pregnancy diet tips!
Breastfeeding comfort varies due to subtle nuances in technique. This video shows how to find a comfortable position for a baby to latch on while breastfeeding to make the experience more pleasant for the mother.
If you're trying to get pregnant there are foods you should avoid. Certain foods can decrease your chances of conceiving. Watch this how to video to learn more about what foods to avoid when you are trying to get pregnant.
How to massage a baby's teething gums in four easy steps. Use the pad of your fingers to rub in a circular motion all along the gum line. You can do this both inside and outside the mouth. When you do it inside the mouth, use the pad of your finger and just rub it all over the gum. Rub the baby's gum back and forth. Rub the bottom gum, front of the gum and the top of the gum. Just rub all around the gum and you might also feel if there's a teeth coming out.
A pregnant woman's feet tend to be one thing you can always count on to ache. In this video, learn how to give a great foot massage to a woman who's pregnant with help from licensed massage therapist, Willow Hajicek. When giving a foot massage during pregnancy, one should use some reflexology, as well as lymphatic, techniques to loosen up the muscles and reduce the swelling that occurs during a soon to be mother's second and third trimesters. Learn in this video how to administer a great food...
All mothers are capable of breastfeeding exclusively for up to six months. Breast milk provides anti-bodies that help prevent against infection. Milk production will increase in up to three days after delivery, It is important that the baby is put to the breast within the first twelve hours, the suckling of the baby will help in the release of hormones which help with the lactation process. Correct positioning and attachment will prevent damage to the nipples. By following what your baby want...
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You’d like to be strong and supportive for your wife in the delivery room… if only your knees would stop knocking. Keep both of you from freaking out with these tricks. Watch this video to learn how to stay calm when your wife is in labor.
Belly casts are the new keepsake for pregnant women that last and display well; learn how to cast a pregnant belly in this free video series on body molding tips.
Boost your odds of having a baby with these 10 tested tips. Learn how to increase your chances of getting pregnant with this informative video.
Third trimester pregnancy symptoms like insomnia, heartburn, and frequent urination are in full swing. As you get ready for baby you may take a Lamaze class, buy a stroller, or finalize baby names. See what your baby is up to in month 9, in this video!
Babies naturally drink milk from their mother's breasts, but how much milk they intake is a more greyish area. While some babies latch on to that nipple and make big slurps in very little time, other babies are very reluctant and slow at sucking, so the process may take longer.
If you have discomfort in the lower back and buttocks, then the pigeon pose is for you! Learn how to release that tension by folding into a comforting pigeon pose.
Want to maintain strong abs during your pregnancy? You've come to the right place. This free maternity fitness guide demonstrates a simple standing exercise routine that will strengthen your abdominal muscles without putting pressure on your vena cava. Learn how to keep your abs strong during pregnancy with this video exercise lessson.
The days of asking, "Am I Pregnant?" are over. The pregnancy test was positive. You're 1 month pregnant and you may even have some early pregnancy symptoms. Watch this video to see what your baby is up to in month one and your first trimester.
Breastfeeding is beneficial for both you and your baby. However, breastfeeding can give you sore nipples. If you are breastfeeding, get great tips on how to soothe those sore nipples. Just watch this maternity how-to video.
Breastfeeding is usually the best way for a mother to feed her baby, but it is not always convenient. Learn how to breastfeed in public with tips from a lactation educator in this free parenting video series on nursing babies.
Congratulations! Your baby has arrived... but now what do you do with all your old maternity clothes? If you're still planning on more children, keep them! But if you're done with children, here are a few ideas on what to do with your maternity clothes.
Are you suspecting you may be pregnant? How can you know for sure? Well, a simple home pregnancy test can change your life as you know it. Watch this how to video to learn some of the symptoms of pregnancy and how to take a home pregnancy test.
This is an excellent video, by the wonderful Dr Jack Newman, showing a classic cross-cradle hold, and a baby latching well. The important part of this video is what's happening at the mouth/nipple exchange. Learn tips for how to breastfeed a baby properly and comfortably.
Some new mothers worry that their babies aren't getting enough breast milk. One of the biggest myths is that bigger breast produce more milk. Watch this maternity how to video to learn how to determine if your baby is getting enough breast milk and how to increase your milk supply.
Sometimes while you breastfeed your milk ducts can get plugged causing small, red and tender lumps to form on your breast. This maternity how-to video gives tips on preventing clogged milk ducts and what to do if they are already clogged.
Proper breast feeding position is necessary for the baby to be able to latch on properly during nursing. Nursing mothers are recommended to watch this video to learn three efficient breastfeeding positions.
There are different stages of pregnancy, and as you begin the second trimester, you'll notice some changes. You should be feeling more comfortable, and your baby's fetal development is progressing. Watch this video to learn more about pregnancy month 4!
Breastfeeding is very beneficial for both the mother and child. If you're thinking about pumping your breast milk get tips on how to choose the right breast pump. Just watch this maternity how-to video for tips on milk pumps.
Homemade baby food is a great, natural way to keep your baby healthy and happy. Learn how to make your own baby food, including vegetable puree, fruit puree, baby cereal and more, in this free series of baby food video recipes. Make homemade baby food with these recipes - Part 1 of 14.
This video details the use of lavender essential oil to help get rid of eye mucus and eyes and. Gently measure out a small measure of lavender oil into your hand and use your fingertips to gently apply the lavender oil to the cheeks and carefully to the edge of the eye socket and the bridge of the nose. The presenter cautions that you must never get the oil into the baby's eyes. According to the video if you use lavender oil in this manner it should get rid of the eye mucus from around the ba...
Always make sure to check with your doctor before implementing any medical advice! Labor can take awhile, and sometimes, exercise can help labor progress and alleviate the pain. It also can open up the pelvis, which leads to an easier delivery as well. This tutorial gives expectant mothers are few useful labor exercises.
Some mothers have hyperlactation meaning an overabundance of breast milk. This causes milk to spray or leak out of the breast during breastfeeding which causes some babies to choke or gag on the first spray of milk. This maternity how-to video gives a few tips on preventing this.
Pilates is a great way to start exercising after a C-section and to regain your core strength back. First lay on your back and do a pelvic tilt. Start off with five to ten of these pelvic tilts but be sure to make your way up to twenty. Make sure your belly button is pulled into your spine. The second exercise is the pelvic tilt that goes up into a bridge. Press into your heals to lift your pelvis off of the ground. Do the same amount of reps. The third exercise is the modified crunch. Place ...
During month 5 of your pregnancy, a sonogram can tell you if you're having a boy or girl! You may be eating everything in sight - but that's normal. You're now at the midpoint of your second trimester - 20 weeks pregnant!
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to put on a Baboosh. Baboosh is a wrap that is made out of nylon and neoprene, which promotes intense sweating to help lose fat quickly from the waist. It is typically for women who have been pregnant. Make sure that the wrap is against your skin and never over your clothes. You want to make it low as possible. Line up the seams against your back. Stretch it and make it fit comfortably. This video will benefit those viewers who have a Baboosh product ...
Is it that time? Time to wean your baby or toddler from the breast? In this tutorial, learn how to button your shirt for good with the help of these steps.
The third trimester is here! Pregnancy weeks 29 to 32 may bring heartburn, Braxton-Hicks contractions, and the return of morning sickness. Your baby now has all 5 senses, and each baby kick is stronger than the last one. Watch to learn about month 8!