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Choosing a birthing partner

A birthing partner is someone who will be with you during labour and birth, to give you emotional and practical support. Who you choose to be your birthing partner is entirely up to you. (more&h...

Do I need a birth plan?

A birth plan is a way of letting the people who will be looking after you during labour and birth know the things you’d like to happen. This can include anything from the type of pain control you wa...

Baby proofing your home

On average, babies start to crawl at around eight months, although some may get moving even earlier. And once they find their moving skills… they’ll be off! Even if crawling is a while off for you...

Coping with sleepless nights

While every baby is different, there’s one thing that is pretty much a given – parents will, at some point along their journey, have to deal with some sleepless nights, especially if your baby is ...

Cute baby keepsakes

There are so many ways to commemorate the day your little bundle of joy arrived into the world. Here are some lovely ideas of things to keep and do, that you’ll treasure forever. (more&helli...

Making the most of maternity leave

Unless your little one makes a surprise early appearance, you should have some time before they arrive to enjoy your maternity leave. The last few weeks before your labour will likely be some of the q...

The best buys for first-time parents

There are so many baby products available these days; it can be confusing knowing what you need and what you don't. Technology has also opened up a whole new world of fancy gadgets that can often the ...