With the coronavirus pandemic keeping everyone indoors and away from their loved ones, many pregnant women may feel frustrated and alone as they can only receive limited support from friends and family.
But American singer Ciara, who is pregnant with her third child, has some advice for expectant moms.
Speaking during an interview on Good Morning America, the Goodies singer spoke about what it’s like to be pregnant during the pandemic and said that doing things virtually is the way to go.
"It was the first time we ever had that kind of experience and it was a moment that marked the time we’re living in, but we really made the best of it," she said about her experience of video-chatting with husband Russell Wilson during one of her doctor’s appointments.
When a pregnant viewer asked how she could make the most of her journey and include her husband during the pandemic, CiCi recommended she document as much as you can.
"I took tons and tons of videos, tons and tons of photos during the ultrasound and made the best of that, and also what we do in our house is we sing to the belly," she said.
"When Russell puts his hand on my belly, the baby starts to move a lot. The more you do those sorts of things it allows yourself to bond and to really make the best of the moment."
Ciara, whose also been very vocal about the difficulties she’s faced in her previous pregnancies, also gave moms advice about what to pack in their "go" bags.
Watch the full video below.