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Getting Fit – Good For You & Baby!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of CryoCell International for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

While I was pregnant, I walked nearly every day after dinner.  It was a great way for me to get exercise even as Rissa developed in the womb, making my belly expand.  After having her at the end of October, it didn’t take long before we were pretty much holed up in the house due to winter.  Now that it’s nice again, we are enjoying walks.

It’s not easy to get in shape after baby comes.  Sure, you are busy, but it’s not the same as a cardio workout.  It can be difficult to schedule that kind of time in.  Cryo-Cell knows that it is hard for moms to find time to exercise after baby’s arrival.

Since 1992, Cryo-Cell has been working to help clients preserve their newborns umbilical cord blood so that it may be used in the future against diseases.  They do more than just cord-banking, they also lead the way in finding ways to preserve stem cells in a non-controversial way.

I wish I’d known more about cord-banking when I was pregnant.  I knew a little bit and planned to donate since we didn’t have private banking set up, but everything happened so fast that day.

Cryo-Cell has been concerned not only with the health and well-being of babies, but of moms too.  That’s why if you enroll today in Cryo-Cell’s signature U-Cord service, you can receive a free baby Jogger City Mini Stroller for a limited time!  Taking baby out in this award-winning jogging stroller is a great way to spend time with baby outside AND work out at the same time!

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  1. Katie June 5, 2011 Reply

    This really is important. Thank you for reminding us about this and I think it is great they are offering a free baby jogger!

  2. Awww…it’s my favorite stroller. No babies anytime soon though. I’m definitely going to look into cord blood banking for our next child though.ohsosavvymom

  3. Sally June 5, 2011 Reply

    I love the idea of Cord Blood Banking…if only it was more affordable though! Thanks for the review!Sally

  4. samantha June 5, 2011 Reply

    free jogger is a great incentive, lol

  5. Diane June 6, 2011 Reply

    In college for my american philosophy class I had to write a long paper on a controversial topic and I chose Cord Blood banking. At the time stem cell research was a hot button issue but I figured the umbilical cord usually gets thrown out anyway, so why not save it in case you need it in the future. I know it was really expensive back then and im sure it is still expensive now but If I was pregnant I would look into it!dwalline

  6. JulieK June 7, 2011 Reply

    This is an amazing offer… to get this cool stroller! Only wish that storing cord blood was more cost-effective for the majority of moms. I wanted to do it but TOTALLY could not cough up the money… hopefully one day this will just be the normal thing to do for ALL babies!

  7. Norma June 11, 2011 Reply

    I didn’t realize they had been around that long. I wish I had known about it when I was pregnant. Apparently it was relatively new when I had my kids.wakela

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