Jen pictured here with her husband, Adam, is a mother to 7-year-old Lyra and recently gave birth to her twins Joseph and Laurie by elective c-section. This is her beautiful and inspiring birth story. No matter how our babies are born, each birth is to be celebrated.[Read more…] about In my experience a c-section can be a beautiful and positive birth
Moving away from home to another country can often seem very appealing. After having a baby there are lots of challenges particularly with a pandemic that prevents you from seeing your family before and after you’ve had your baby. Here five mothers share their story.[Read more…] about Meet the international Mamas
A baby’s skin is six times thinner than an adults and absorbs substances much more readily. That’s why as a company, we believe that natural is best. During baby massage, we massage every part of our baby’s body including their tiny little fingers and toes. As we know, babies are fond of nibbling on both! So, when we moisturise our babies it’s important that we use something that is safe to be ingested.[Read more…] about Why it matters what we put on our baby’s skin
Postnatal depression affects 1 in 5 new mothers and looking after a new baby can be incredibly stressful. Not is it 24/7, 364 days a year but coupled with sleep deprivation, the early months of motherhood can certainly take its toll. Here are some practical everyday tips to get some well-deserved me-time (with baby even) in just a few minutes every day.[Read more…] about Wellbeing tips for new mums
I love this time of year. Ever since I was a little girl, Christmas gets me excited in October. And I love New Year too. Not just because of the socialising but because it’s a time of year when I consciously take the time to reflect and take the opportunity to take stock of my life.
Our very own Vanessa Taylor was featured on BBC television’s The One Show last night sharing the work we do supporting new dads in our Daddy Bliss workshops. This is a very proud moment for us and such an amazing opportunity to gain some high profile publicity for the often neglected subject of dads suffering from paternal postnatal depression.