Articles especially for new mothers. We explain the changes in your body, emotional challenges and tips to help adjust to the role of a new mother.


What About Me – and Where Have I Gone?

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. Read More


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! Read More

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. Read More


Boredom 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. Read More


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. Read More

Postnatal Depression – Unrealistic Expectations and Postnatal Depression

Postnatal depression affects around 1 in 7 Australian mothers. Because parenthood is a constant and demanding job, some women’s experiences are not like the media images of two happy parents with a clean, cuddly, well-fed, sleeping baby. Find out more about postnatal depression and the importance of having realistic expectations. Read More


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? Read More

De-Clutter Your 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. Read More


What Does Your House Look Like?

What does your house look like after a baby? Do you keep a display home, or are you more relaxed? Something to consider from psychologist, Daniel Chable. Read More



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