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  • 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
  • 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
  • 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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  • Motherhood by Zodiac signs

    What Mumma to be hasn’t wondered what kind of mum she will become? Is it written in the stars based on when she was born? Or as Tara Sea, owner and creator of The Name Nest shared with us, is it when she becomes a mother. Read the 12 zodiac poems written by Tara for 12 that will truly leave you inspired and wanting more View Post
  • A Mother’s Day gift for new & expectant mumma’s.

    There is no greater gift than the gift of life, but why not treat a mum-to-be or new mumma with some pampering this Mother’s Day. Whether it is enjoying some “me-time” before the baby arrives or some self-love once the baby is born, there is a gift for every stage that will keep her feeling relaxed and comfortable.  View Post
  • The C Word…

    Not the word I was expecting to use to describe the birth of my baby boy. A caesarean. But low and behold, an emergency c-section is what was in store for me and my bub. This is Liana Rae's birth story. A change of plan, a pandemic, and a life changing moment View Post
  • How to Recover from a Caesarean Birth

    Whether you signed up for a planned caesarean or whether that decision was made for you by circumstance, you are not alone. As this is International Caesarean Awareness Month, we thought we would explore the best ways to recovery from surgery. We spoke to Amy Dawes, co-founder of the post-natal support charity, Australasian Birth Trauma Association, for her advice.  View Post
  • 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