Fit Moms For Life
Fit Moms For Life chronicles the successes of 31 mothers who used Dustin’s fitness and weight loss program with stellar successes. Armed with personal stories with before and after photos, Dustin takes the reader through the five pillars of fitness: Mindset, Nutrition, Strength Training, Burst Training, and Environment. Ultimately leading to the end goal: Staying Fit for Life.
Fit Moms for Life is perfect for Mothers (and women in general) who want a fitness program that works. Dustin Maher says:
- Traditional Cardio Doesn’t Lose Fat
- You Can’t Work Out to Compensate for Poor Eating
- See Results 9 Times Faster With Burst Training
- Learn ONE Exercise That Shrinks a Waistline WITHOUT diet changes
- Burn Fat While You Sleep
- A Healthy Environment Equals A More Fit Family
How to Photograph Your Baby DVD
How to Photograph Your Baby is an entertaining, instructive and even touching DVD. A companion to the best-selling book by photographer Nick Kelsh, it is a unique gift for parents and grandparents-to-be, offering amateur photographers easy steps to lovingly chronicle the lives of our littlest angels. This 55-minute chapter-based DVD includes tips on finding great light, considering your background, increasing the “luck” factor, and organizing your digital images. Bonus features include an interview with Nick Kelsh and a slide show from the book Naked Babies, co-authored by Anna Quindlen.
Writer Jennifer Grant’s girlhood dream of being the perfect mom, with perfect kids in a perfect home, withered quickly in the face of reality. MOMumental is her account of the messy, creative, sometimes hilarious and often taxing, process of raising a family. It’s full of humorous and poignant stories from her everyday life—a life that mothers everywhere can identify with.
Grant, now the mom of four children, ages 15, 13, 12, and 10, has embraced a more realistic view of parenting. She calls it “Velveteen parenting” after The Velveteen Rabbit. Some of her guidelines include:
- Choose your battles.
- Keep your eyes open and look with a critical—and often delighted—eye at what the culture is dishing up to your children. Teach your children to do the same.
- Remind yourself that children are not little adults, but are uniquely suited to grow, learn, and enjoy life in ways that many of us adults don’t remember how to do anymore.
- Ask questions such as, “What do I want our family to be like? What are our individual gifts and perspectives? What connects us as a family and brings us joy?”
- Develop certain priorities in your family’s life, such as treating each other with respect, eating together whenever possible, and attending church together.
Grant doesn’t advocate becoming Tiger Mom, BFF Mom, Helicopter Mom, or Earth Mama. Rather, she offers a funny, warm, and compassionate book filled with uncommon insights about being an intentional parent.
Baby Massage ~ The Gift of Love
- Basic Baby Massage
- Legs & Feet
FULL BABY MASSAGE
- Gas & Colic
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