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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. Read More
Gender disappointment – tips and advice on how to cope with feelings of gender disappointment. “When I found out Joshua was a boy at the ultrasound I was disappointed – disappointed and he was healthy and growing beautifully! How could I even think it?” Read More
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When baby is born, financially this usually means that a) there is now an extra person generating expenses and b) there is one less income in the house. This can put a great deal of pressure on the household budget Read More