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How To Install Your Pregnancy Car Seat Belt

Watch this 53 seconds video on Pregnancy car seat belt adjuster installation. The whole task takes only a couple of seconds and it doesn't take extra time to unstrap and re-strap, so that it is very convenient for daily use.

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Everything You Might Want To Know About Your Postpartum Belly and Postpartum Belly Belts

How long does postpartum belly last? You've given birth but your baby bump hasn't magically disappeared. A couple of weeks have past but you still look a little pregnant. Please, don't worry. The main reason is your still-expanded uterus, which takes about six weeks to three months to shrink back down to its more-or-less pre-pregnancy size. The secondary reason might be a little extra weight you've gained during pregnancy, which will go away naturally as soon as you come back to your workouts.   When to wear postpartum belt? First, wearing a postpartum belt is a great idea when you want to make your postpartum belly look a little smaller /see the picture above/. Second, in some situations, like diastasis recti, wearing a postpartum belt might be recommended by your doctor or midwife to help your body...

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What Should I Know About Pregnancy Workouts? 20 Ideas of Pregnancy Exercises. What to Avoid

 Congrats, you're pregnant! Starting a totally new chapter in life you probably still want to stay healthy and active. You know WHO encourages pregnant women and postpartum moms to maintain regularly at least 150 to 300 minutes of moderate to vigorous aerobic activity per week, just like all adults. But you might be asking yourself, what exercises are good for you now and what to avoid.  This article is not a medical instruction. All the information provided by the Smart Parent Store about pregnancy workouts is of general nature and is offered for the educational/entertainment purpuses only. The first idea of this  article is that you start with talking to your doctor about pregnancy exercises and getting his OK. Second, if your doctor says yes to your...

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