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Rebekah Vardy praises husband Jamie for being her Rock during her 16 hour labour. Rebecca, 37, and her Leicester City footballer husband, 33, welcomed Olivia Grace on December 28, and Rebekah admits he was her rock as she went into labour. Rebecca told Hello Magazine ‘Jamie was brilliant – so supportive and encouraging,’ ‘He even […]
How much do we all love pre loved buying, or buy sell sites though? I know I do, there is always a bargain to be had and always something in my house that is unused and worth some money. There is sometimes however, the downsides to buying preloved items because you can never really know […]
benefits of having a private midwife – benefits-of-having-a-private-midwife In the UK, there are two types of practising midwives – NHS midwives and private midwives, also known as independent midwives. Independent midwives are effectively self-employed but remain under the same regulatory body as NHS midwives – which is the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC). In addition to this, it is a requirement for independent midwives to hold ‘professional indemnity insurance’; legal cover for any practice they undertake as a midwife.
what are the benefits of a natural birth? Before delving into the benefits of ‘natural’ birth, I would like to dissect this commonly-used phrase. To some, the term ‘natural birth’ may hold different definitions. Many expectant and new mothers might deem a birth ‘natural’ if no pain relief or medical intervention was required during labour and delivery.
However, health professionals like myself and institutions including the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) and the National Childbirth Trust (NCT) use the term “normal” birth and define this as giving birth vaginally – following spontaneous onset of labour – without the aid of medical intervention or anaesthesia. Here, the term ‘medical intervention’ would include inductions of labour (using prostaglandins, oxytocin drips or artificial rupture of membranes), epidural analgesia and/or assisted instrumental delivery.
Today we have a guest post from one of our favourite bloggers Sarah from Mummy Kind, We have some amazing pregnancy – preschool groups and businesses in and around Aldershot but if you are looking for something a little different, Mummy Kind has written a fabulous blog “10 Things to do with Kids in and […]
7 Benefits of exercising with a new baby There are many classes available that you can take your baby too, some are indoors and some outdoors. You may think exercise is the last thing you want to do at the minute but there are so many benefits of exercising with a new baby; Social Exercising […]
In this day and age, we are blessed with so many groups, classes and businesses that are set up to help us with different aspects of our life. At MyBump2Baby, I have the pleasure of speaking to lots of inspirational and wonderful business owners that want to help other parents on the back of their […]
What are the Reasons you should Book on a Baby Yoga Course? I have been working as a baby yoga instructor for nearly 3 years now but before this I worked in Early Years for well over 10 years and have a degree in Early Childhood Development. For me, it is all about development and […]
We have had a HUGE month at MyBump2Baby with lots of updates. Do you struggle to find local events for the family? Do you struggle to find out what’s on when you are on holiday in the UK? Well look no further -we now have over 10,000 events listed on both our website and app […]
Recently, I have found my days off with George have been a little how do you put it nicely… mmm “stressful”. George is nearly 2 years old and he wants to be entertained constantly but with me trying to balance home, mum and work life I have found myself doing jobs around the house, replying […]
Soft play time with your darling child- Sounds lovely doesn’t it? You imagine the beautiful sound of your little one giggling, intertwined with the occasional low pitched scream of sheer excitement, whilst you flick your eyes between your child having the “time of their lives” and your OK magazine… the only thing missing is hearing […]
surviving-long-haul-flight-toddler – If you have found your way to this blog post, I have no doubt that you have been frantically searching the internet for one bit or reassurance, one ounce of positivity, one simple line that states 7 words you are desperate to see “flying long-haul with a toddler is easy” – Trust me, I know how you feel because I have been there, I too have been the victim of “turquoise sea, white sand and blue sky goggles” and I too have booked a long-haul holiday without even thinking about how I will survive a long-haul flight with a toddler until afterwards. Below I have decided to share my top 10 tips on surviving a long-haul flight with a toddler.
Surely you must agree that there is actually nothing worse than trying to swallow down a dry Turkey… My mum makes the best Turkey and here is her recipe. Ingredients 5 or 6Kg turkey giblets removed 1 onion quartered. 1 quantity of stuffing 85g of butter ,softened Fresh bay leaves to flavour and serve 1 […]
Anyone else hate Brussel sprouts? I only eat them because I refuse to let them defeat me on Christmas day. Over the last few years I have started to cook Brussel Sprouts with Bacon and I would go as far to say that they actually taste nice. Ingredients 4 strips thick-cut bacon 2 tablespoons butter […]
“First Steps Consultancy offers a unique, supportive service, personalised for every family. I have helped many parents to overcome problems that were having a significant impact on their family, and well-being. The parents who have used First Steps Consultancy feel that they have gained control of the situation and feel empowered as a parent, which […]
So there I was, stood in the doorway, finger on chin, staring into our spare room wondering how on earth my office, spare room, gym, laundry room and guest room was ever going to store a family of 3’s clobber. At the moment the spare room is also my dumping ground, you know when someone […]
You have either already started your new business or you are thinking about starting your business soon? you are feeling a little overwhelmed with the amount of social media channels available. You are wondering where on earth to start… your questioning if more than one social media platform is really necessary? I know because I was […]
The ice cold was wind blowing into my heavily painted face and snot was dripping from my nose – it was THAT cold. I actually managed a shower and shave that morning… I was like a new woman. As I casually walked through central Blackpool I couldn’t help but think about the day ahead, although […]
One of the nicest things about crafting is that it makes it really easy for you to keep your home looking fresh and interesting. There are lots of different ways to decorate your walls using your creations. Here are some of my favourite ideas. Most of them do not even require you to be particularly […]
Preparing for your newborns arrival is a very expensive time. You make lists of all the things you need and you try and make it as affordable as possible, however making a quaility investment is so important as you don’t want to have to replace anything you have bought. You want a quality bottle warmer […]
Toxemia of pregnancy sounds quite scary, but in fact it is nothing but preeclampsia. This is a severe condition that may occur in the final weeks of pregnancy. The first main symptom is high blood pressure but also there can be swollen limbs, face, as well as increased amount of protein in the urine. Toxemia […]
An average baby sleeps around sixteen to seventeen hours a day. This is more than half a day, except for the fact that babies don’t have a precise sleeping schedule and may wake up in the middle of the night craving milk, change of the diaper or… the reasons are many. Parents who are struggling […]