Some of my fav pregnancy things!

Overall I am a pretty simple person and it doesn’t take much to make me happy… I am also proud of the fact that I try to raise my daughter as a pretty simple person too and remind her what is important ( ex: not a million toys). There are however some things that I love, I am really grateful for and couldn’t imagine my life without them -Chipotle and Trader joe’s fall in here too ūüėČ

I am always grateful when someone gives me a great recommendation so I thought I could do the same of some of my fav things this pregnancy.

Ginger Chews: I bought these from trader joe’s when I first found out I was pregnant because I was super sick with my daughter so just incase I wanted to be prepared!! ¬†a few weeks went by and sure enough I was ripping into the bag. ¬†They worked great and it was awesome to be individually wrapped so I could keep them in my car, purse, camera bag, and wherever else I needed!

Ina May’s Guide to Childbirth: ¬†After my mom attended a showing of “More Business of being born ” with me she purchased this book for me. ¬†I couldn’t have been happier that she did… I had heard wonderful things about it but knowing me ,buying it would have stayed on my to-do list for too long. ¬†The book is full of inspiring birth stories that are so wonderful to read. ¬†I loved reading a couple stories before bed, it was very relaxing and encouraging. ¬†It also covers things such as prenatal care, labor, delivery and VBACS.

Summer Sander’s Prenatal workout DVD was recommended to me and I love it! It has workouts for all three trimesters and gives you the option to do a full work out or an express one.

We’re having a homebirth!! : A book for kids to help them understand more about birth/ homebirth. ¬†Charley thought it was great! ¬†You can order it here:

I am still looking to find a natural soap (no chemicals, no¬†fragrance¬†) for me… if anyone knows a good one I would love to hear your recommendations!! ¬†Thanks in advance!!



2 thoughts on “Some of my fav pregnancy things!

  1. There is a place at the Rustbelt Market in Ferndale that sells a lot of homemade soaps, that might be a good place to check out. At the very least, the people running the booth would know exactly what’s in it.

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