• Five things every Mumma needs in her second trimester

    In trimester two you will start to experience some uncomfortableness with sleeping positions, your body changing and your pants no longer fitting! So, to help care for your growing body, combat sleep challenges and soothe sore muscles, we have listed our top 5 products that are trimester 2 must haves. View Post
  • A postpartum doula’s self-care tips for new mummas

    Those first few weeks of being a new mumma can be equal parts joyful, terrifying and wonderful. You’re sleep deprived, filled with love and probably leaking (if you’re breastfeeding). That’s why we love the idea of getting a postpartum doula to help you transition into this new phase of your life. View Post
  • Five things every Mumma needs in her first trimester

    The first trimester (weeks 1 -12) is a vital time as you begin to prepare yourself physically (and mentally) for growing a baby in that belly of yours. As you prepare for your pregnancy journey, you might want to look into some products that can help relieve some of those first trimester niggles if you are experiencing any. Here are our top five suggestions to help support and nurture you.  View Post
  • Why a postpartum doula is essential for new mums

    Doulas. Who are they? What do they do? Why don’t we hear enough about them?

    We asked Holistic Postpartum Doula Selena Van Loon for her advice on how doulas can help new mummas navigate the often overwhelming practical and emotional challenges of life with a newborn.

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  • Will I be able to breastfeed? Understanding your milk supply and what can happen if you are low.

    Even though most new mums plan to breastfeed, the hardest part can be not knowing if you can (for example if you have low milk supply) and what your options are. We speak to Registered Nurses, Endorsed Midwives and Lactation Consultants Deyana and Cheryl from Bundle and Me about understanding how your milk supply starts, the signs of low milk supply and what can be done to help support your breastfeeding journey if you chose to. View Post
  • What is an emergency C-section and will I need one?

    It might not be in your birth plan, but it might be the best option for you and your bub…We spoke to fertility specialist and gynaecologist Dr Raewyn Teirney to find out why some mothers need to have an emergency C-section and what we can do to avoid C-sections. View Post
  • A midwife’s guide to packing your hospital bag

    So, after months of researching every baby product, breast pump and swaddle, we come to the all-important hospital bag… but what do you really need for that sweet stay in hospital with your gorgeous newborn? We asked midwife Kelly Austin to share her tips and tricks. View Post
  • I’m a new mum; but who am I? Dealing with loss of identity in motherhood.

    Nothing welcomes you more to motherhood than completely losing yourself. You look in the mirror and not sure who you see looking back at you. You haven’t showered in days, your hair isn’t brushed, you’re wearing PJs at 4pm and you probably can’t remember what you did 15 minutes ago. Don't worry, you are not alone. View Post