You are 2 months pregnant and your baby has grown bigger and is starting to move in your womb.
In this week, the embryo is already moving its body but due to it being as small as a kidney bean, you would not feel it or even noticed the movements.
At the moment, the baby’s head would be bigger than its body because its brain grow and develops faster than its body but you don’t have to worry, in later weeks, it’s the body’s turn to grow faster than the brain making it proportion to the head.
Time For A Wardrobe Change!
Your body is also going through some visible changes.
Slowly your breast would start to enlarge as fat and milk ducts increasing.
Now is a great time to change into maternity bras if your usual bras are beginning to feel tight and could no longer support your growing breasts.
With all the changes your body is going through and will go through in the coming months, changing into comfortable wears can reduce unwanted stresses on your mind and body.
Check out this award-winning brand for maternity wear.
DHA For Your Baby’s Brain, Eyes, and More.
Here is another nutrient that is good for your baby’s development: Docosahexaenoic Acid or otherwise known as DHA.
DHA is important for healthy cell building and immunity system that may affect the baby’s future prospects.
DHA also helps in the development of the baby’s brain, eyes, liver, fat tissue (adipose), and skeletal muscle.
Premature birth and development of allergies may be prevented with sufficient supply of DHA during pregnancy.
Woman who are pregnant needs 200 mg of DHA per day.
Foods like Salmon, Tuna, Mussels, Clams, Oysters, Trout are high in DHA content.
Check out this steamed Seabass recipe for your DHA content!
Where Are Your Girls At?
Now that you are entering the third month of your pregnancy means that you are getting closer to your second trimester!
Soon you will have less time for yourself so now is the best time to treat yourself.
Go do some window shopping, call up your girls and booked a mani-padi session.
Get all those serotonin, dopamine, endorphins, and oxytocin out cause whatever makes you happy, makes your baby happy as well!
Keep Fit For Smoother Pregnancy.
Kneeling Push up
- Lie on your stomach and then push up onto your hands and knees.
- Pull your abs in while slowly lower your chest towards the floor as you inhale.
- Exhale as you push up.
- Repeat for 6 to 10 reps and slowly increase the reps up to 20 to 24 per session.