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Modern cloth nappies or disposable nappies? Since 1948, there has been the option of cloth or disposable nappies. So what are the pros and cons for cloth and disposable nappies? How do you decide which way you’ll go? Find out the low down on modern cloth and disposable nappies. Read More
Has your libido has run for the hills? No matter how high your libido was before giving birth, hormones from breastfeeding can result in low libido. Read More
Stressing about low milk supply? Here are 10 effective tips that explain how to increase milk supply - fast. Simple tips to help you produce more milk. Read More
Essential oils – are they safe to use in pregnancy? If so, which essential oils can I use and what can they do? Find out everything you need to know about essential oil use in pregnancy. Read More
Starting your baby on solids? Find out when you should start baby on solids and get some ideas for baby’s first foods. Includes up-to-date, government recommendations for baby feeding (2013). Read More
Does your baby have nappy rash (diaper rash)? If you’re curious about the best treatments for nappy rash and are want to know how to tell if it’s a fungal rash, read on. Read More
Suffering from a case of the dreaded ‘new mother brain’? Lost your phone, AGAIN? Lost for words? Find out how to cope with new mother brain. Read More
Sleeping during pregnancy can frustrating – if you can actually get to sleep, getting comfy is another thing. However, one side is safer to sleep on while pregnant. Read More