I was wondering what kind of excercising you do during your pregnancy and if you have any at home recommendations (videos, etc). With DD I walked a lot - at least 45 minutes of brisk walking a day in addition to the bradley method's squats and rocks and all those weird things. I really think the walking helped contribute to my easy(-ish) labor. Labor is never really easy, is it :-)
But we've moved since then and we are in a more country area with only one main road that is very busy. We get a lot of fresh air and play in the yard but it doesn't get my heart rate up the same way.
I'm thinking about either searching Craigslist for a treadmill to stick in our basement or trying some prenatal workout dvds. Neither sounds particularly enjoyable but I can probably tough it out for a few months. Have any of you used a video you thought was good, in terms of both the workout and the enjoyability? I checked out the only video our library has and it was really bad - seemed more like a "sit 'n be fit" video and was sooo boring. I've done yoga, pilates and cardio (dance/kickboxing style) classes before and liked pilates the best but I wasn't pregnant at the time so I don't know how I would feel now. And I know videos are not the same as classes but we are a one car family so if I want to be consistent, it will have to be something I can do at home. Ideas?