International top model and blogger of OrganiceYourLife Lonneke Engel sent 3 of her friends a NAÏF gift set. 3 happy moms, 3 happy babies and one extra happy friend. Read about Lonneke’s experience here.
When you’re pregnant, your body temperature is generally a little higher than normal due to hormonal changes, increased blood flow, and the heat produced by the placenta. So being pregnant during the summer months can make life even more difficult. We know that a lot of women are struggling with this and that’s why we want to help ease the discomfort! Below, we have put together 8 useful tips on how to cope with a summer pregnancy.