Your body after birth

Here at Kiddles, we’ve dedicated our time and effort towards helping new moms make the most of their lives with a new baby around. On this page, you’ll find some of the best tips, tricks, and advice on your body after birth. Let’s dive right in with some great topics to help get you started!

What the heck happens to your body after birth?

Not only does your world expand after the birth of your baby, but your body also changes, a lot. From hair loss to constipation (yes, more of that), your body will go through a lot of changes after pregnancy. Here’s a summary of what you can expect to see happening to your body after birth.

The infamous fourth trimester and everything you need to know about it

You thought that pregnancy was just three trimesters. But in fact; there is such a thing as the fourth trimester. The fourth trimester is the time you give your baby to adjust to the world. But romantic as it may seem, there are some things about the fourth trimester that nobody talks about. So let’s get them out there. Read the full post here.

How to tone up a loose body after pregnancy

After months of pregnancy new mammas get to finally love their bundles of joy outside of the womb. But what not everyone loves is the post-pregnancy look. While many fitness and health gurus suggest strict diet and rigorous training, we believe that a simpler, more holistic approach can help you regain your body. All you need to fit back into the clothes you wore before you became a customer at the local maternity shop are yoga poses to tone up a loose body after pregnancy. Read the full article here.

Life advice after having a baby

  • Most parenting articles out there relating to sleep problems tend to focus on babies, toddlers, and preschoolers. But what about the beyond-repair tired new parents? What advice is there for them? Actually, there’s quite a lot. Here are some sleep solutions for new parents.
  • Some people choose to look at life with a new baby – particularly the first six months -through rose-coloured lenses. But the truth is a little harsher. It can be a wild ride. Dealing with baby blues, colic, and sleeplessness is all part of it. Which is why most of us need some real, unfiltered advice on what to expect during your baby’s first few months of life. Here are some tips on how to survive the first six months with your baby.
  • Being pregnant can be a lovely experience. There’s the maternity shoot, the idea of reading and singing to your baby while he’s still in the womb. Then there’s the birth of your baby. Which usually goes in the complete opposite direction of what you might have envisioned, but it’s still a humbling experience. But there’s also permission for the new mom.