Swipe Left for our recent baby spa guests 💧 Regular sessions are always preferred over single sessions. Your little one’s body will take some time to make positive adaptations to the aquatic environment, just like it would take you regular sessions to see improvements during a fitness program, Pilates or rehabilitative exercises. While floating your little one will be kicking her arms and legs in all planes of motion against constant resistance applied in all angles. As hard as bubs pushes against the water, the water pushes right back. This is called Isokinetic Strength. Give it a try when you are in the pool, you will feel that your limbs will move at a constant velocity when pushing maximally and the resistance will vary depending on how much effort you put in. Interestingly, this sort of exercise can increase strength up to 60% faster vs. traditional training as we know it as maximal resistance is applied in all ranges of motion. Pretty amazing when we apply this principle in our little ones isn’t it? 🤔😊
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So we had to go back to the doctors last week for this guy...and his weight.
At our 6 month (actually 6.5 but whos counting?) Check up it turned out he had gained a very small amount of weight compared to what he should have in 2.5months.
This was slightly stressful not only because im his mother and I actually already knew this but because
☆ Murphy has 2 older brothers so started crawling at 5 months (yes proper crawling)
☆ Murphy is quite small for his age but has very healthy rolls and thighs I dont envy
☆ He had been sick vomiting the week before
☆ He is happy and breastfed still on demand which for him is all the time
☆ He had startes some baby led feeding but was not particularly interested (after his vomiting bug, very understandable)
Despite not putting on a lot of weight I knew he was healthy!!
So what was I stressed about?
☆ to feed him more solids
☆ to start giving him formula
☆ to assess my breastmilk and volumes
Instead I was greated by a very understanding and holistic GP who instead of asking "when did he start solids?" Asked "has he started solids? Is he interested in food?" Language and how you are asked questions can make all the difference.
She was happy with how he looked, how he behaved and his development. She was delighted he was still breastfed so often and simply asked us to come back at 7 months so she could stay posted on his gorgeous tiny progress.
Hes still on the 7th percentile but hes tracking consistently and theres nothing wrong with those rolls.