Posts tagged: baby
Something we remember all too clearly, is thinking “we wish we knew what those first few months of motherhood were like, so we could have been more supportive.”
We have written a blog on our top tips to support new mamas, because we know it can be hard to know the best ways to be supportive!
Written by midwife Aliza from Bumpnbub.
Nourishing your nervous system and surrendering…. There will be no other time in our lives where we will experience what we are experiencing right now... I have no doubt most of you would have felt similar feels to me over the past few weeks; anxiousness, apprehension, nervousness, fatigue, sadness, fear,...
Breastfeeding is such a wonderful bond, But it can also be really challenging for new mums. Particularly when milk supply is an issue, it can be so frustrating and disheartening. Here are some tips and foods to improve milk supply and quality along with your Franjo's Kitchen Lactation helpers. ...
When I was pregnant with Phoebe I was FILLED with anxiety about what to pack in my hospital bag and what I actually needed for a newborn. Buying nappies was seemingly an impossible task and I had NO idea what a bunny rug was (it’s a stretchy square of fabric to swaddle a baby in).
I’m so grateful for this current sugar free trend. There is no shortage of amazing recipes and inspiration. Influenced by http://juliaandlibby.com/ and http://kenkokitchen.com/ this is my version of a raw dairy, gluten and sugar free “cheesecake”. My taste testers were 9 friends, including 6 hungry boys and there were compliments flying left right and centre. Enjoy!
We recently ran a competition
We recently ran a competition on https://www.facebook.com/ahealthymumpage to win some Tanker Toppers. One of the conditions to enter was to provide a “Tip for a new Mum”. There were so many amazing entries and I wish that every new Mum had an opportunity to read them.
The oat is Franjo’s Kitchen main galactagogue ingredient that helps to promote breast milk production.
Oats possess some amazing health properties in addition to being a super galactogoue. They are high in fibre, B vitamins, manganese, phosphorous and magnesium, they are seen as a ‘nourishing’ grain and also a ‘carminative’ in the herbal world.