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Your Fashion Pregnancy Bump – 3rd Trimester

On the home straight now of your pregnancy.  Your fashion pregnancy bump will be getting a lot bigger now.  The 3rd trimester, often referred to as 27-40 weeks will see you possibly gain an average of 5kg (11lb) in this [...]

By | April 24th, 2017|Maternity Style, Pregnancy and Birth|

Your Fashion Pregnancy Bump – 1st Trimester

Will you be a fashion pregnancy bump guru?  But first of all, many congratulations on your pregnancy... but shush it is early days and you might want to keep it a secret for a little while. This is an exciting [...]

By | April 24th, 2017|Maternity Style, Pregnancy and Birth|

Your Fashion Pregnancy Bump – 2nd Trimester

So your fashion conscious pregnancy bump status continues... you are now in the 2nd trimester, also known as 14-27 weeks.  The 2nd trimester is often felt by many pregnant women to be the "planning" or "blooming" trimester.  Hopefully by now [...]

By | April 24th, 2017|Maternity Style, Pregnancy and Birth|

Win a maternity set of leggings and top

COMPETITION! Would you like to win a relaxing maternity set? You can, just comment on our Facebook page with "maternity leggings". These leggings and maternity top will make you feel great when you want to relax, exercise or just want [...]

By | April 20th, 2017|Comp-Apr17, Competitions, Me Time|

Real Life Story : ICSI infertility treatment

Sian shares her story about ICSI infertility treatment and how she always wanted four children and found that she couldn't even have one. After two unsuccessful ICSI treatments it was make or break time. SIAN: 'Our prayers were answered… in more [...]

By | April 20th, 2017|Conception, Fertility Treatments|

Pilot Screening programme for Group B Strep

A leading London hospital has dramatically reduced the rates of Group B Strep, a life-threatening infection in newborn babies, thanks to a simple screening test by over 80%. New research from a pilot study[1] at Northwick Park Hospital reports that [...]

By | April 20th, 2017|A-Z of Pregnancy Health, Me Time, News|

Dads want to be involved in the birthing experience

A recent survey by Healthwatch Bucks has identified that dads want to be involved in the birthing experience.  The research mainly focused on dads in Bucks,  and normally the mums are vocal about their needs found the new dads were keen to give [...]

By | April 19th, 2017|Pregnancy and Birth, Preparing for Birth|

Baby crying – could it be colic or reflux?

Babies are good are crying! it is their way of letting you know they are uncomfortable, need food, tired and so much more... and the crying language of your baby needs to be learnt.  When the crying raises questions in [...]

By | April 13th, 2017|A-Z Baby Health, Toddler|

What is developmental hip dysplasia in babies? (DDH)

What is developmental hip dysplasia? DDH is one of the most common congenital conditions but maybe one you haven’t heard of, until now? According to the International Hip Dysplasia Institute, around one in 20 full-term babies have a degree of hip [...]

By | April 13th, 2017|Baby development, Newborn and Baby|

Is the Easter Bunny welcome this Easter weekend?

Will you be welcoming the Easter Bunny this year? If you’re bracing yourself for this weekend’s onslaught of all things chocolate, dreading the confectionery overkill and its effects on the children, and wondering if there’s any way of avoiding the [...]

By | April 12th, 2017|Celebrations, Me Time|