Morning sickness is rude!

Try my 3 favorite home remedies.

So, you just found out you’re having a baby. What’s next? Well, you have roughly nine months of pain, sickness, and joy. Don’t get me wrong being pregnant has its advantages, husband waiting on you hand and foot and most importantly eating for two. But the downside to being pregnant is the frequent bathroom breaks, aching back along with morning sickness which, don’t necessarily happen in the morning, the dreaded nausea can occur at any time of day or night. 

When I was pregnant with my first child, I had morning sickness primarily at night, with my second I was nauseous all day and finally with my third (and last) I wasn’t sick at all. But, the good news is your nausea should decrease or completely fade away in your second trimester. Yes! If you’re one of the lucky ones.

👉 Glow on!