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.


14 Things New Mamas Need After Birth

Nine months is a long time to get organised and prepare for a new baby, but here are 14 things new mamas need to do for themselves after the birth. Read More


10 Things You Can’t Ask Her Straight After The Birth

A brand new mama is making the transition into an entirely new world. Here are 10 things you can’t ask her straight after the birth of her baby. Read More

10 Texts Every New Mama Sends To Her Partner

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


The Goddess Myth – Why Do So Many Mothers Feel Bad?

We all have days when we feel we're failing this motherhood gig. But why do we feel so bad and what can be done to combat these negative feelings? Read More


Will My Vagina Go Back To Normal After Birth?

This is one of the most common, but often unasked, questions pregnant women have. Does everything that has been stretched during birth go back to normal? Read More

5 Ways To Make Friends With Other Mamas

If you want to know how to reach out and find your mama tribe, look no further. Here are 5 ways to make friends with other new mamas. Read More


Motherhood Shouldn’t Be This Hard – 6 Things We Need To Change

No one said motherhood was easy, but is it harder than it needs to be? Here are 6 things society can change to make motherhood better. Read More

8 Secrets Every Mama Of A Newborn Needs To Know

Every new mama wants to do things the right way. Sometimes all the advice is overwhelming. Here are 8 secrets every mama of a newborn needs to know. Read More


Afterbirth Pains – What You Need To Know

Most women expect to feel uncomfortable after giving birth, but many don’t realise this discomfort has a purpose. Find out more about afterbirth pain. Read More

Postpartum Psychosis – 12 Key Facts

A small number of new mothers each year will develop postpartum psychosis – a rare mental health disorder which, untreated, can have serious consequences. Read More




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