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Macrosomia – 5 Myths About Big Babies and Birth

These days, it's more common to hear of macrosomia -- or simply -- a big baby. Find out the definition of macrosomia, and what it means for your birth. Read More


Is This The World’s Most Excited Grandpa-To-Be? [VIDEO]

Super cute! Could this be the world's most excited grandpa-to-be? Take a look at the video and see for yourself, as parents-to-be surprise a grandpa-to-be! Read More

Apple Just Upped The Birth Announcement Game

Wow! Apple have upped the birth announcement game with this cool feature on the Apple iWatch. See how one couple let their family know their baby arrived. Read More


Before The First Breastfeed – 12 Things You Need To Know

If you're pregnant, you're probably learning a lot about pregnancy and birth. Here are 12 crucial things you need to know before the first breastfeed. Read More


Small Pelvis? Big Baby? Here’s The Truth About CPD

Worried about your pelvis being too small for your "big" baby? Will you need a c-section? Here’s the truth about cephalopelvic disproportion (CPD). Read More

How Pregnant Mothers Can Help Prevent Infant Eczema

If you're pregnant and have eczema (or if it's in your family), then you must read this! Research now shows how we can reduce infant eczema while pregnant. Read More


Cry It Out – 6 Educated Professionals Who Advise Against It

The cry it out method is believed to be an effective way to teach a baby to sleep. However, many experts agree that it's damaging to an infant's brain. Read More

World Breastfeeding First To Begin In Australia

In a world first, the University of Western Australia will be part of a very exciting step forward for breastfeeding. Find out what it is, right here! Read More



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