Wednesday, March 24, 2010

When He Grows Up

We’ve noticed that Josh is growing up healthy and with appetite that makes me smile. When its time for eating he’ll just go to his place and eat. It doesn’t take me a hard time convincing him to eat because he’s the one to eat early so he’ll be early for his service. I just noticed that he’s not making much progress on his height unlike his siblings who grow up faster than anyone. I heard about human growth hormone and been thinking about how effective it is to help increase growth. No I’m not thinking that Josh would take it I’m just interested in this HGH thing and what it offers to the consuming public.

I’m perfectly happy with my little boy’s progress because I know there will come a time that he’ll be growing up fast. Kids have different level of growing phases and for now I will just enjoy Josh while he’s little and always want to be by my side. After several years life would be different and I hope my little boy will still be charming and nice. This is just an ordinary Mom’s thoughts.


Preventing Back Injuries

I was walking with Josh the other morning to buy our supply of fruits when I heard people talking about the back injuries of one pregnant woman. It kept me draw back to my own pregnancy and I never remember having one of those back injuries. What’s keeping me at hold sometimes was the pain in my hips which is but natural in my condition. Well for those who want some tips on posture here are ways on reducing the risk of back injuries.

Good posture is just as important as antenatal exercises in maintaining your overall well-being. Adopting the correct posture during pregnancy is important to reduce the risk of back injuries. On standing up make sure you stand up straight, keep your shoulders back and drop them slightly. Keep your back straight and lift your chest and ribs. Stomach muscles should be tightened and tack your bottom in. Have your feet positioned slightly open. Bend your legs instead of your back when picking up or lifting things. Avoid high-heeled shoes and prolonged standing.

On sitting down you should sit up straight on a chair that will support your back. You can use a pillow to support your back further. When picking up objects squat down, use your leg muscles and keep your back straight.

And last, when getting up roll onto your side and use your arms to help push yourself up. This will help prevent straining your back and abdominal muscles. So for those pregnant Moms out there follow these simple tips to avoid back injuries in the future.


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