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Positive Energy During Pregnancy

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“In giving birth to our babies, we may find that we give birth to new possibilities within ourselves.” 

Myla and Jon Kabat-Zinn

Being a pregnant is a task in itself, with the stress of planning accompanied with pain, and don’t forget your hormones are going crazy. Mom’s to be have to deal with a lot in this vital time. Sometimes we forget to allow ourselves time to relax, destress, and focus on the life we caring inside us. Having a positive attitude has been linked to healthy baby development. Because when the mom is stressed so is the baby. The baby can feel every emotion you are going through whether you know it or not. Having a understanding of how to manage your health and mindset during pregnancy is important. Having a positive attitude during pregnancy can also have an impact on your future interactions with your child.

As a mom think of it as bonding. The time you spend unwinding at night or not taking on a heavy load during your last trimester is important. Being motivated about the new life you will be bringing into the world should be your focus. Positive affirmations in the mornings, daily quotes, or inspirational vlogs are useful. Also try reading up on parenting because you can never learn enough on how to become the perfect parent. Oh and congratulations on your pregnancy glow on!

(14) Comments

  1. Great point! Now that my baby is almost 6 years old, I miss that time when we shared my body. There were not so great parts of being pregnant, but there’s nothing like that feeling of your baby kicking, or hearing their heartbeat on the monitor!

  2. I always tried to stay positive with my pregnancies but honestly, I was 19 with my first and panicked to the core. So it wasn’t exactly positive. My daughter was easier since I was older, but I remember whining about the morning sickness a lot. I was not one of those people who enjoyed being pregnant. But I was always grateful that I COULD have babies.

  3. Monica Y says:

    This is so important, great advice, especially if like me, you have to be in bed rest for 4 months

  4. This is such great advice. My niece is pregnant and since she has a two-year-old already I’m sure she doesn’t take the time for herself. I’ll pass this along to here.

  5. I had my first baby 14 years ago and my most recent baby 1 year ago. My pregnancy with each of those girls was VERY different. I was much more relaxed with the last baby and she is a very, very relaxed baby now. It is so important to bond with your children during your pregnancy.

  6. I wish I would have stayed positive through my first pregnancy, but I was really young and scared and I think that made it a lot harder than it needed to be. With my second, it went a lot smoother because I was a little older and wiser and knew what to expect.

  7. Because developing babies in the womb can feel their mother’s emotions, it’s so important to try and relax and fill ourselves with happy positive vibes that our little ones can enjoy and find security in.

  8. This is such a great advice! Thank you for sharing.

  9. Heather says:

    What a great post! This is such important advice and I think it’s helpful to all those moms out there who are needing this!

  10. I agree. I chose to stay positive all the time while I was pregnant. I loved listening to music too. I’ve heard it’s good for the baby. 🙂

  11. Pregnancy can be stressful and it is good to try to have a balanced well being. I can see how stress can affect pregnant moms.

  12. I remembered when I was pregnant with my two boys. I always try to be positive and talk to them while they were in my belly. I missed being pregnant! 🙂

  13. Could not agree more with this- I def needed positive energy when I had my kids and this would have been helpful!

  14. Rachel says:

    I Try to stay positive but I also try to be realistic without being doing and gloom. It’s a strange part of my personality that I’m feel like I must be prepared for anything.

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