Channing Tatum is a daddy!
According to US Weekly, the Magic Mike actor and his wife Jenna Dewan-Tatum welcomed their first child, a baby girl, on Thursday (May 30).
The happy news has yet to be confirmed by the couple.… [read more]
Jane Krakowski and her son Bennett enjoyed a day together in the Soho district of New York City on Saturday ( June 1).
The 30 Rock actress wore a black dress and matching flats while she carried the toddler on her hip and his tricycle in the other hand.… [read more]
Fergie attended Oliver Hudson‘s wife Erinn Bartlett‘s baby shower at the Bel Air Hotel in Bel Air, CA on Saturday (June 1).
The pregnant singer showed of her growing bump in a flashy form fitting dress. She accessorized her look with a white blazer, blue clutch and matching heels.… [read more]
As many of us, I am working on losing weight and toning away this baby weight. Often times though, my ‘mom’ job doesn’t ever end so finding alone time to be able to visit a gym isn’t easy. Here are some at home activities to try!
Zumba, replace with Dancing
Zumba workouts are the latest craze in most gyms. It is a Latin based dancing aerobics. High impact dancing routines help burn away fat. I’ve had many mom friends swear by them! However, they can be pricey and purchasing a home kit might not be an option either. An easy replacement – and can be done with kids- is to simply dance in your own living room. Who cares if you look like a fool and the kids will have a blast dancing with you. If you really want some ‘professional’ moves try finding some videos on YouTube of dancing instructors giving help on aerobic type dance moves. Put together your own routines or just ‘free’ dance. Either way you’ll be burning calories, wearing out your kiddos and enjoying yourself all at the same time.
I did it! Breastfed for 6 months! Now, to my next goal of 1 year!
Someone asked me the other day what the biggest challenge in raising our son has been…and without a doubt it is definitely breastfeeding. When I was pregnant, I read a ton of books on pregnancy, sleep training, and tips for getting through baby’s first year but I didn’t really give breastfeeding books another thought.