Below is a list of Post Natal articles featured on BellyBelly. Don't forget to check them out for all your post natal questions!



Bordeom Busters for Mums
After the birth of your baby, you may find that you experience feelings of boredom, perhaps due to baby sleeping for longer periods of time (well, for the first few months anyway!) or maybe you find staying at home all day with baby makes you feel like you are on autopilot.

De-Clutter You House - 10 Easy Tips
Don’t fret, there is hope! It didn’t get there overnight and won’t disappear overnight, so you need to be realistic about the time it will take to address it.

Diary of a Mum - Janelle
Janelle is a part time stay at home mum and has one son, Matthew who is 8 months old.She also helps out on BellyBelly as a moderator.

Diary of a Mum - Kathryn
Kathryn is a stay at home mum. She has two boys, Kameron who is nearly 4 years old and Lachlan who is 17 months.

Diary of a Mum - Lucy
Lucy is the mother of two children, Olivia, who is 17 months old and Charlie, who is only 8 weeks. Read a day in the life of a mummy to two under two!

Misplaced Me
Somewhere between the third load of laundry for the day and scraping burnt bits from our dinner of fish fingers, I had disappeared without a trace. Gone was a vibrant, confident, sexy woman and in her place was this un-showered, sleep deprived, leaking, sagging mother who cried a lot.

Networking the Mother 'Hood'
Joining the Mother ‘Hood’ offers a whole new dimension to the concept of ‘networking’. Although it probably won’t help you raise any glass ceilings, your mothering network may prevent you from sliding into a downward spiral towards isolation and despair.

Post Natal Depression
Because parenthood is a constant and demanding job, some womens experiences are not like the media images of two happy parents with a clean, cuddly, well-fed, sleeping baby.

Post Natal Physiotherapy
The pelvic floor muscles are some of the most important muscles a woman has, yet because they are not visible, they are often neglected. Pregnancy and childbirth can weaken these muscles.

Things You May Lose When You Have a Baby
It may seem like a strange thing to say but there are many things you may lose when you start a new family. What could you possibly lose?

What Does Your House Look Like?
I have often met new parents, mothers in particular, who believe that they should keep a "display house" at the same time as looking after a baby.

Your Period and Ovulation After Baby
Of those who choose not to breastfeed, approximately 80% of women have their period by ten weeks. Breastfeeding can delay ovulation and menstruation for around 20 weeks or more.