At BellyBelly, we’ll give you access to the very best, evidence-based, pregnancy, birth and baby information.
Because we know you’ll want to make the very best decisions for yourself and your baby.
You can rest assured, you’ll find no corporate or media influence here. BellyBelly is proudly independent.
Our writing team will always share what you really need to know from pregnancy to parenthood, without the fluff.
BellyBelly comes highly recommended by obstetricians, midwives, birth educators, doctors, lactation consultants, and more.
Also, around 2 million parents and parents-to-be around the world trust BellyBelly every single month.
We’ll hold your hand through every step of your journey. Just like a wise, old friend.
Women are encouraged to give birth in hospital because it’s safe. New research shows women and babies are being harmed by their maternity care providers. Read More
There are lots of benefits to having a student midwife attend your birth. Here we look at 5 reasons to have a student midwife. Read More
How did pregnant women cope before the advent of smartphones? You’ll probably recognise these 10 texts every pregnant women sends to her partner. Read More
The CDC contradicts other health organisations when it recommends breastfeeding mothers with influenza should be separated from their babies. Read More
Can you imagine how hard it was to be a new mother back in the days without smartphones? Here are 10 texts every new mama sends to her partner. Read More
Fear of tearing during birth is a common fear of most pregnant women. Here’s everything you need to know about severe fourth degree perineal tears. Read More
Thinking about third degree perineal tears might not be particularly appealing, but this information could help you avoid or reduce the severity of a tear. Read More
The good news about perineal tears is the vast majority are minor. Here are 4 things you should know about second degree perineal tears during birth. Read More
New mothers are often given conflicting advice and opinions about breastfeeding and alcohol. New research gives the go ahead to enjoy a glass of wine. Read More
Everyone has this simple ingredient in their kitchen, whether for curing indigestion or absorbing smells. Can it really reduce the number of c-sections? Read More