VIDEO: The Best Abdominal Exercises for Pregnant Women
Use these exercises, led by BabyFit pre- and post-natal fitness specialists, to safely keep your abs and core strong during pregnancy, and use them to repair your stomach after the baby arrives and you're cleared to exercise.
Grilled Salmon with Dill You've grilled ribs and you've grilled chicken. Now it's time to try some seafood! Salmon is loaded with healthful omega-3 fatty acids. These are also found in tuna, herring, mackerel and sardines. For more info on eating fish and seafood while pregnant, click here.
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Posts: 345 3/5/09 4:59 P
I truly hope so, cause sometime he can hardly sit still, I can even imagine him at school. But sometime he can sit and do a puzzle, play with playdo, but not very long ...
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Posts: 70 3/5/09 1:31 P
I believe at this age you will get less concentration. With time he will change.
Posts: 996 3/5/09 11:03 A
Welcome and congrats on your pregnancy. I don't know what to suggest except try to cut out as much distraction as possible. At that age though you are not going to get complete concentration for very long. Good luck!
Posts: 345 3/5/09 10:40 A
Hi, I'm new to this team and hoping for share what I can and get advice too. I'm a mom to a nice but active little 3yo boy and expecting my second baby in august.
Right know I'm doing pretty well, but does anybody have any trick how to motivate a 3yo to concentrate more on what they are doing. I swear sometimes I think he really can concentrate a all, but he is able to do puzzle... Anyway if anyone has any idea or games that would help in that department please feel free to share.
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