• 5 ways to maintain your mental health after a baby

    With one in five Australian mothers who experience perinatal depression or anxiety, it is important to recognise now more than ever the demands on a new Mumma and how it can really affect their mental health. This post will share ways to improve your mental health in the early stages of postpartum. View Post
  • Empowering women to embrace their beauty in pregnancy & postpartum

    Are you pregnant or just had your baby and having one of those days where you just don’t feel like yourself? Yeah, me too, and doesn’t it suck?! I mean, we are making a human! We are incredible human beings. And yet somehow, we have these moments where we are so hard on ourselves. So I ask you. Would you help another new mumma or mumma-to-be going through the same thing? If yes, then this blog is for you.  View Post
  • 5 Tips for preparing to breastfeed your newborn baby

    Learning to breastfeed can be difficult for many mothers and babies. There is no time limit on how long your breastfeeding journey can or will last for, no manual on how your baby will or should feed or even the amount of milk you can or will produce. We talk to lactation consultants Deyana & Cheryl from Bundle & Me on their advice for any new Mumma who is about to embark on their breastfeeding journey. View Post
  • Breaking the silence on Miscarriage and Perinatal loss

    The loss of a baby at any stage of pregnancy can be absolutely devastating, it’s a time in your life that you need the most love and support, but in so many cases couples suffer alone. For some reason, even now with everything we know surrounding pregnancy loss, this topic is still not openly talked about by a lot of people. So let’s break the silence and talk about miscarriage and perinatal loss. View Post
  • Our product list of hospital bag must haves

    You’ve read the blog on “a midwife’s guide to packing your hospital bag” which should have given you the full list of what is recommended to pack in your hospital bag for when you are going to give birth. Now, it's time to share with you specifically what we have based on this guide to go into your bags.  View Post
  • The beauty in pregnancy

    You feel nauseous, pants no longer fit and don’t get me started on your ankles, or should I say cankles…so where is this beauty we hear about in pregnancy?! Well, with all the changes that happen it’s only natural to have doubt about feeling and looking beautiful but let me remind you that you are creating a life, and there is so much beauty in that alone. However, there are some truly beautiful things that happen to you during pregnancy that should be celebrated, and here they are.


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  • Your body after birth: Expectations vs Reality

    You have grown a baby for the past 9 months, given birth, and now you expect your body to go back to normal straight away, am I right? I know I definitely did and got faced with the harsh reality that it wasn’t that simple, or at least for me.  So, why not prepare now and find out what happens to your body after giving birth and what can you do to help it repair and get the bounce back you’re hoping for.

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  • Why self-care in your pregnancy is essential

    Being pregnant can be a wild experience for some. A lot of your focus will be doing things that are good for your baby, but a big part of protecting your baby is actually looking after yourself. I didn’t realise this the first-time round, and now with a second baby on the way, I wanted to share some self-care tips that will get you feeling a whole lot better physically, mentally and emotionally as you prepare for the arrival of your baby. These tips are small, really easy to do and will make such a difference in your pregnancy journey.

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