CDs for Pregnancy, Birth and Motherhood|
By Laura Lee Davies on 01/07/2008 in Products
Butterfly Sounds are CDs aimed at helping you prepare and get through the challenges of birth and new parenthood
motherhood.These calming CDs by Quinne Jefferson have been devised to combine hypnotherapy with healing and creative visualisation. This combination is particularly effective in allowing you to feel deeply relaxed, positive and refreshed. Quinne has a gentle
Review: Modern Girl's Guide to Motherhood|
By Laura Lee Davies on 03/08/2006 in Baby Reviews
Jane Buckingham's guide to being a yummy mummy once your footloose days as a shopping singleton are behind you.
The Modern Girl's Guide to Motherhood by Jane Buckingham A quick-reference guide to parenting when you're not a natural earth motherThe regular references to 'mom' remind you this book has Stateside roots Features: Pre-birth shopping, hospital
Lily Allen finally ready to talk about miscarriage and motherhood|
By Kimberley Smith on 08/03/2011 in Celebrity
Pop star reveals how suffering a miscarriage has changed her life but not put her off being a mum
After suffering a miscarriage at 6 months in October, Lily Allen has revealed how the experience has profoundly changed her.“It was a really long battle - and I think that kind of thing changes a person,” Lily explained in a documentary to be shown on Channel 4.In the programme, ...
By crushed422 on 17/07/2008 in member
First time mum to Oliver, who I adore! My partner works full time and I'm a student so don't have to worry about childcare till October. Love to get out and about meeting other mums and thir babies, baby massage was great and also go to pushy mothers!
Maclaren and BackCare Health Survey|
By Laura Lee Davies on 24/11/2008 in Newborn baby
Help with a survey on the back health of women during pregnancy and motherhood and you could win a 4 Seasons buggy!
through pregnancy and new parenthood to see what more can be done to help.Win a fabulous 4 Seasons Buggy from Maclaren!Maclaren and the charity BackCare are conducting a survey to look into the back health of women during pregnancy and motherhood. For all
New mum - help and support|
By Maria Muennich on 01/10/2009 in Your baby and you
New mum in need of a little advice and support? You're not alone, find out more about the ups and downs of new motherhood here
The first few weeks of motherhood are usually an exciting, joyful and rewarding time as you finally get to know your baby. But getting used to life as a parent and learning to care for your child 24-hours a day can also be difficult and downright
Review: The Mommy Brain|
By Louise Rogers on 30/08/2006 in Baby Reviews
Pretty much everyone you meet will tell you that motherhood will ‘wreck your memory’, ‘destroy your brain cells’ or give you ‘nappy brain’. Does it alter our own perception of what's to come?
The Mommy Brain: How Motherhood Makes You Smarter by Katherine Ellison Empowering subject matter in a readable, chatty styleAmericanisms may trip you up – and the male half of the population may take some convincing! Features: Lots of evidence that
Researchers claim older women can be new mothers|
By Laura Lee Davies on 23/10/2006 in Conception and fertility
American researchers say that older women do not suffer the stress or physical risks of new motherhood, in a new study.
A study carried out at the University of Southern California claims that women in their fifties cope just as well as those in their thirties or forties, when they become new mothers.The research looked at 150 women who had become new mothers through fertility treatment with donat...
The New Sanatogen Pregnancy Range|
By Laura Lee Davies on 30/07/2009 in Products
From pre-conception to the first year of motherhood, Sanatogen is with you all the way
Most couples understand that good health helps ensure their unborn baby will have a good start in life, but making sure your body has a healthy balance of nutrients even before you try for a baby can make a positive difference to you and your future child.From conception and thro...
By cangus on 05/08/2009 in member
I am 19 years old and a mum to a little girl called Caitlyn. After a rough start I have settled in to motherhood and am enjoying every minute of it.