May 4, 2020

There’s only so much you can prepare for when it comes to labour. Me, I did everything I could in the lead-up to the big day.  Like many other pregnant women, I went to my antenatal classes and learned about the stages of labour, the different types of pain management and what an episiotomy was all

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May 4, 2020

I meet a lot of mums who tell me they’re concerned about their milk supply. Often there are indications that something is not quite right with breastfeeding – either baby is fussing on the breast, doesn’t seem satisfied after feeds, or isn’t gaining weight as quickly as everyone would like.Other times, there’s nothing wrong with

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May 3, 2020

Sleep deprivation might go hand in hand with having babies, but it can be a tormenting and emotional journey – which for some parents, is often a lengthy one. And that’s the thing that makes sleep deprivation so hard to cope with. Most of us can deal with a short-term lack of sleep, or the

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