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Things No One Ever Told You About Giving Birth Which You Need to Know

Thursday, 11 August 2016 14:01:17 Europe/London

You can go to all the NCT classes that exist, enroll for hypnobirthing and remain glued to One Born Every Minute for your whole 9 months, but in reality, there’s little that can prepare you for your birth experience. Every birth experience is different and every mum-to-be’s mental preparedness varies but there are things that don’t get shared about giving birth, which we feel you need to know. We chatted with new parents to ask them what they wish they’d known about giving birth. 

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Posted By Eliza Flynn

5 Things You Need to Know About Nappy Rash

Wednesday, 20 July 2016 14:43:20 Europe/London

Nappy rash amongst babies is thought to affect at least 1 in 4, with symptoms ranging from mild to severe. It’s very rare that hospitalisation is required; most often, nappy rash can be treated with common sense, improved hygiene and nappy rash creams. The best way to treat nappy rash, also known as diaper rash, is through prevention which you can read about here. There’s also several misconceptions that many people have about nappy rash which we’ve outlined here. 

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Posted By Eliza Flynn

Everything you need to know about nappy rash and how to treat it

Wednesday, 13 July 2016 14:25:24 Europe/London

Nappy rash. It’s something you’ve only really heard about and never really experienced. You may be feeling a little smug too, reading this, thinking that your newborn hasn’t suffered from nappy rash yet so you must be doing something right! However, don’t pat yourself on the back too quickly, for it’s estimated that a third of babies and toddlers suffer from nappy rash at some stage, and that it’s relatively unusual for newborns but whilst your child is still in nappies, nappy rash could still strike! 

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Posted By Eliza Flynn

Useful practices for a calm & relaxed birth

Monday, 4 July 2016 11:20:00 Europe/London

Hands up who’s watched One Born Every Minute? Or Call the Midwife? It’s likely that you’ll have seen a lot of births which are rather dramatic and potentially noisy too! If you’re pregnant, then for some people, this can give you the impression that births are noisy and painful. If you’re the kind of person who has it in their heads that birth is highly stressful for both mother, partner and baby, then we need to change that! Birth doesn’t have to be something to fear or dread, but something to embrace; after all, women have been giving birth for all these years and it’s not going to change. 

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Posted By Eliza Flynn

Top Tips for Eating and Drinking During Labour

Monday, 13 June 2016 15:07:39 Europe/London

Labour is like the equivalent of running a marathon; it’s long, it’s tough and it can be gruelling. Yet, there are ways of making it easier and more comfortable and one of these ways is to keep your energy up – after all, it can go on for more than half a day. So what are the best foods to eat when it’s time for your new arrival to make an appearance? Which ones will work with you, rather than against? We’ve done the research and come up with the top foods to eat during labour.

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Posted By Eliza Flynn

Beautiful (and sometimes funny) Quotes About Babies & Parenting

Monday, 6 June 2016 09:44:38 Europe/London

Once you have a baby, life is never the same again. No matter what people say or what advice they give you, you will never be prepared for your first baby. For a start, you’ve heard about the sleepless nights but until you’ve experienced them, you have no idea what they’re actually like. And don’t get us started on the crying. And the poo. But don’t forget, for every dirty nappy, there’s ten little things that babies do which makes them utterly worthwhile.

We’ve rounded up our favourite quotes which sum up babies and parenting. Some are funny, many are beautiful and others are refreshing and thought-provoking. Please do share if you enjoy them.

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Posted By Eliza Flynn

When you’ve had a heavy night, or been up for most of the night working, the worst bit is the morning. Who doesn’t know that feeling when the alarm goes off and you can’t open your eyes as they feel so heavy? With only a few hours’ sleep, or a night of disruption, not only does your mind struggle to wake up but so does your body; everything is an effort, your mind is foggy and your skin dull and puffy.

 

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Posted By Eliza Flynn

Chelseamamma's review on the TEN anti-aging skincare range

Wednesday, 18 May 2016 16:46:05 Europe/London

Now the weather is starting to gear up for summer it is time to spring-clean my skincare routine.

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Posted By ChelseaMamma

We have a lot to thank scientific advances for, especially in pregnancy and post-natal care. Ever since ultrasound was first used on the body in the late 1940’s (and only really considered for obstetrics in the mid 1960’s), expectant parents have been able to monitor the health of their baby and indeed discover the sex from a few months into pregnancy. Whilst most obstetricians will confirm the sex at the 20-week scan, it can also be determined with 100% accuracy according to a Kings College study at 13 weeks. So if you’re at a hospital which tells you the sex, ask them to guess what you’re having at your 12-week scan if you want to find out!

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Posted By Eliza Flynn

NCT or Hypnobirthing?

Monday, 9 May 2016 11:33:57 Europe/London

How do you prepare yourself for the imminent arrival of your first child? You can ask those who have gone through it, read up on books, search on Google, ask your midwife (if you can get her during a quiet period) or, as many expecting parents are doing, enroll on a course.

 

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Posted By Eliza Flynn

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