Baby.

Keeping Baby Safe: 15 Best Car Seats This Year

We just checked in with our friends over at New York Family to bring you another round up of the best gear for your little one. The old adage of “safety first” rings especially true when picking out the right car seat for your baby or toddler. While industry standards ensure a baseline of safety […]

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Food.

How Eating Less Gluten Now Might Help Baby Later

While some wellness fads come and go, recent research has suggested that gluten-free diets might have something to them, especially when it comes to your baby’s long-term health. According to new research published in The BMJ, babies born to mothers who consume excessive amounts of gluten during pregnancy are at increased risk of developing diabetes […]

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News.

Baby2Body: A Fitness App Where ‘Pregnancy Mode’ Comes First

This weekend while perusing the news we were intrigued to see this article pop up in The Independent, profiling the need for ‘pregnancy mode’ to come standard in health and fitness apps, wearables, and devices. At Baby2Body we understand that need all too well – and we’re already well beyond being just a health and […]

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Fitness.

9 Ways To Get An Awesome Workout Outside

The art of multitasking seems to be second nature to moms (new and expecting moms alike!), whether it’s because we have to be good at it or because we are naturally good at juggling a thousand things and getting stuff done (we’ll assume it’s the latter). With that in mind, doesn’t it make sense for you to […]

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Wellbeing.

How To Make Your Bedroom A More Relaxing, Restful Space

Whether you’re trying to catch up on shut-eye before baby arrives or looking for new tricks to help you and your little one sleep better – we’re here for you mama. When it comes to sleeping – and sleeping soundly – your bedroom environment has a lot to do with how well you’re able to […]

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Wellbeing.

Physiotherapy: What Every New Mom Needs

Pregnancy puts a huge amount of pressure on the body. Indeed, carrying and delivering a baby is far (very far!) from a walk in the park and can lead to pain and discomfort from a number of physical issues. Physiotherapy may not be an option that you have considered before, but it can be a […]

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