Pregnancy Health 101 with Bec Judd

Staying fit and healthy through pregnancy isn’t brain surgery. In fact, it can be as easy as 1, 2, 3!

I try and stay fit and toned throughout my pregnancies by doing Great Expectations exercise classes and clinical pilates. These classes are safe and guided by a women’s health physiotherapist but best of all, you may

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Top tips for newborn sleep

When Oscar and Billie were new bubs, getting a good night’s sleep was so important to me as a working mum that I obsessed over it. I turned to Midwife Cath for help and also used an Infant Sleep Specialist to come over at night time and show me how to develop good overnight routines.

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The Dreaded Reflux

Have you ever heard of or had heartburn? Have you ever heard of babies with such bad heartburn they cry and cry and cry and cry? These babies are so uncomfortable, miserable and unhappy. The baby’s condition can be very distressing for parents, particularly first time mothers, who think the reason their baby is crying

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Why Floor Play is Important- Midwife Cath

Written by Midwife and Maternal and Child Healthcare Nurse, Cath Curtin.
How do you know if your baby is developing at a normal rate? As a maternal and child health nurse some of my most frequent consultations are helping anxious mothers determine whether their baby’s behaviour is normal. But when your child is a newborn the

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