Every mom can relate, the days are long and slow with a new baby but the weeks and months go by fast. The pandemic isolation life doesn't help either since socializing isn't as easy as it used to be. I've been keeping busy though, especially with a 3 year old to chase after. At 1 month postpartum, I'm feeling great. With my second baby, the tummy seems to melt away faster and the recovery overall is much better compared to a cesarean birth with my first. I've lost 23lbs n
I wasn't sure how Bella would react when we brought her baby sister home. She wasn't exactly thrilled about her when she was growing in my belly. There were intentional kicks to my belly, extreme tantrums that only mommy could fix and just overall extra needy behaviour while I was pregnant. "Pick me up" was on repeat when I was 8-9 months pregnant. So many people have asked how Bella is doing now that she is a big sister. The short answer is, she is adjusting. It's funny
It’s been just over 1 week since we brought baby Kaleigha home! Things have been going great ever since my milk came in around day 4. She eats and sleeps, I can’t really ask for more. I’m excited to document my postpartum fitness journey this time around. After having experienced two pregnancies I can say that every pregnancy and therefore postpartum experience is different. With Bella my first, I gained over 50lbs, much of it water weight as I was very swollen near the end.
This will be a very special Mother's Day as I celebrate our two girls, especially since only a week ago we welcomed our precious lil bundle of joy, baby Kaleigha. Becoming a mother changes everything about who you are. My partner often laughs as he reflects back at the Christine he fell for some 5 years ago. Single, cool chic with a yogi perspective of the world. Everything was good, and everything came easy. I even have a tattoo on my arm in Sanskrit meaning 'no attachme
Hi There. My name is Christine, Founder of Fit Mama Training in Toronto. On May 1st, we welcomed our second baby girl. It was the middle of March when we were enjoying our last family vacation in Florida when news of the Coronavirus hit, that it was officially declared a global pandemic. Schools and businesses at home were said to close along with international borders in the near future. I was 32 weeks pregnant so you can imagine the state of anxiety I was in about getti