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Part 3: What to Expect in the Third Trimester

Part 3: What to Expect in the Third Trimester

The third and last trimester of your pregnancy, where you will begin to slow down, nest and prepare for your little one’s arrival. You are well over half way in your pregnancy now, your baby is gaining weight and your tummy is getting bigger. As you near full term you...

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Keeping Kids Hydrated

Keeping Kids Hydrated

Good habits start early. First things first, kids (and adults!) need a good quality water bottle. (i.e. metal, BPA plastic free) Kids lose water bottles allllll the time. I get it. BUT we do not want to be giving our children water from poor quality plastics. They can have loads...

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Saggy Skin, Wrinkles and your Stress Response…

Saggy Skin, Wrinkles and your Stress Response…

Who is getting caught up in the collagen craze? Yep. Us too. We love it!  But whilst we are all for amazing products that have great results (I’m looking at you Tanker Toppers), we just want to ask you, to please, just take a moment. How are you really? Mentally,...

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The Essences of Life - Water & Electrolytes

The Essences of Life - Water & Electrolytes

Everyone underestimates hydration and as a result we do not prioritise it. With better hydration there is so much untapped health and wellbeing potential waiting for us. So, let’s all sip some more and see! Let me convince you why you need to focus more on simply getting more fluids...

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Part 2: What to Expect in the Second Trimester

Part 2: What to Expect in the Second Trimester

Your body is one-third of the way through the incredible process of developing and growing your baby from a microscopic egg and sperm. An egg has been fertilised, implanted into your uterus, and has been developing for 12 weeks now. Hopefully, the morning sickness is improving or passing as you...

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Part 1: What to Expect in the First Trimester

Part 1: What to Expect in the First Trimester

Your body is about to undertake an incredible process of developing and growing a baby from a microscopic egg and sperm. Many changes will occur during pregnancy, some visible from the outside and some only internal. When you find out you are pregnant, you may feel a range of emotions-...

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5 Postpartum must-haves to aid recovery

5 Postpartum must-haves to aid recovery

5 Postpartum must haves to aid recovery You might be preparing to have your baby, or just given birth, and trying to organize what you need to buy for this next chapter in your journey- the postpartum phase. Most mama’s make a long and extensive list of what they need...

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6 ways to increase your milk supply once your period returns

6 ways to increase your milk supply once your period returns

When you are breastfeeding, in particular exclusively breastfeeding, your period may not return for 6-18 months. This is due to the hormones of ovulation being suppressed because of prolactin, the breastfeeding hormone, therefore you won’t ovulate and then don’t get a period. The time at which your body decides to...

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How to help settle your baby

How to help settle your baby

There are many different routines and strategies you can implement to try and settle your baby to sleep. Remembering every baby is different, some babies thrive off routine and it works really well for the whole family, and other babies may not settle whether they have a bedtime routine or not. Your routine may differ slightly from a day sleep to a night sleep, but it can contain any or all of the settling techniques discussed below. Every strategy is going to work differently for every child, always persist and do what works best for you and your little one.

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Why is hydration so important during pregnancy, labour and breastfeeding?

Why is hydration so important during pregnancy, labour and breastfeeding?

Water is needed for a variety of physiological functions and is essential for survival. A huge proportion of your body is made up of water, helping to absorb nutrients and flush out toxins. Keeping hydrated is important for everyone and everybody, especially through the perinatal period, from pregnancy to birth and lactation. Adequate water intake is also essential for your baby’s development. 

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Fun Facts on Breastfeeding!

Fun Facts on Breastfeeding!

Fun Facts on Breastfeeding!  Most parents know that breastfeeding has amazing benefits for mama and baby, but there are a lot of facts regarding breastfeeding and breastmilk that you may not know. Have you ever wondered why we refer to the substance that comes out of your breast as liquid...

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