Gadgets for your lady bits – yes we are going there. Products listed here may help you but are not a common topic of conversation.
Healthy snacks when breastfeeding. Breastfeeding can greatly increase your hunger and extra calories need to be consumed. Here are some healthy snack ideas
8 Reasons for mums to put themselves first! Mums need to be looking after themselves to look after their kids so come and find some ideas to be the best mum you can be
Personal story to promote bowel cancer awareness. Know the risks and what to look out for to protect yourself and your family and detect bowel cancer early
Parenting Question: New Mum Anxiety at Night: I wake up in the middle of the night searching for my baby in the bed or thinking I’m holding her. Did anyone else had similar experience? When did it stop?
Q&A: Once you’re given the all clear from the doctor how long did it take you to get over the fear of it hurting during intercourse? And did anything help you?
Q&A: I’m just after people’s experiences with the program’s Michelle Bridges 12WBT and Lose Baby Weight, regarding weight loss while breastfeeding? Has anyone done one or both and found them successful?
Q&A: Just wondering if any mums have suffered post natal depression my son was born 11 weeks early and has just gone 6 months and I’m only starting to suffer now any suggestions on what I should do would be appreciated
***Please only reply to the question asked if you have something helpful to offer*** Hi there, I have a 7mo baby and I am currently suffering some depression which …
There are so many contraception choices available, and there are pros and cons for all options. The following is some basic, general information about the range of choices available.
Q&A: How many c-sections have you had and did you make the decision in conjunction with your doctor? when did you make the decision to have your tubes tied?
Q&A: When did your periods return after having your baby? If you breastfed, were you still breastfeeding and how often? If you had stopped, how long had it been? See responses from other parents.
“As a busy mum myself finding the time to get any kind of exercises in can be a challenge and often if the opportunity comes up I can be too tired! But often if I make myself go out just for a walk in the fresh I soon feel ten times better and the benefits of exercise help lift my mood and help me face with the stressful often hectic 5pm-8pm dinner and bedtime schedule!..”
As busy mums we tend to put ourselves last on the needs list and if we already manage to squeeze exercise in it is our workout session that is the first to get pushed to one side if anything else crops up. Lorraine from Pregnancy Exercise has some great tips to help get you moving and stay moving.
Yoga can add such amazing benefits to your daily life by releasing stress, helping you stay focused, regulating your nervous system and making you calmer. However with little ones it is often challenging finding the time to do something for yourself.
Being a busy mum can mean your mind is continually racing and you never find time to stop. Finding time to meditate can help you slow down, improve your concentration and calm your mind. Meditation can help you decrease stress and anxiety.