Adventures in Pregnancy

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I’m downright giddy to announce a new series we’re going to be doing here for the next two weeks.  We’re calling it “Adventures in Pregnancy: Proving your outdoor adventures don’t end when you get pregnant”  and it’s going to be fantastic!

So for the next little while, you can expect lots of tips and tricks that will help you have an active and adventurous pregnancy, along with some amazing inspiration from pregnant moms who have done it all.  I can’t wait to share it all with you.


I don’t know when or how it happened, but somewhere in the past, pregnancy became a time of “NO you can’t”.  No you can’t do this, eat that, go here, etc.  Yes, there’s lots of good advice wrapped up in all of those “NO’s” but for this series, we’re going to take the “YES you can” approach.

We’re going to show that by knowing your body, your skills, and your own boundaries, you can still continue your adventurous lifestyle while you’re awaiting the amazing moment when your little one arrives.

After all, what better time to prepare for a lifetime of family adventures than while you’re expecting!


So tune in, join the conversation, and spread the word – it’s going to be great!


  • Keara B. says:

    Can’t wait to read this! During my last pregnancy, my doctor told me I absolutely could not ski. (Didn’t quite listen to him…. oops.) Fortunately my new OB said skiing, with certain “limitations,” should be fine with this pregnancy. A woman usually knows her body and abilities better than her doctor. 🙂

    • bringthekids says:

      So true Keara. You’ll have to chime in with some of your tips you’ve found on friday’s skiing pregnant post coming up!

  • Looking forward to this series! It’s great to open up this conversation to women so that they feel supported and can find the information they need to make good decisions.

  • Kirstie says:

    Great idea. I’m sure there’s lots of positive role models out here with practical experience and advice to share.

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