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The Cost Of Private Maternity Care And Childbirth In London

After learning that you’re pregnant, the first thing to do is simple — celebrate! However, once the happy news sinks in, it is time to consider the next steps. There are many small and big decisions to be made when it comes to your pregnancy – perhaps beginning with whether or not you should choose to have a private birth. It’s well known that the NHS does a good job, but for your pregnancy, you might want a more one-to-one approach. When it comes to your big day, private maternity facilities are known for providing top quality care in immaculate surroundings. More…

Private Clinics & Hospitals For Pregnancy Scans

Please contact the clinics listed here to know more about the ultrasound baby scans they offer during pregnancy. Alternatively, you may wish to complete our enquiry form and we will forward it to relevant sonographers and private maternity scans clinics on your behalf. Related Article: Why go private for pregnancy scans instead of the NHS in the UK?  

How Many Weeks Pregnant Am I? – Pregnancy Calculator

Congratulations on your pregnancy! Are you wondering ‘How many weeks pregnant am I’? Well, good news! Our pregnancy calculator uses standard method used by doctors, to work out how many weeks pregnant you are based on the first day of your last menstrual period, and allows you to adjust the number of days in your menstrual cycle. The pregnancy calculator will also estimate the due date of your baby, and the conception date. Note: The calculations provided are only estimates based on averages and should be treated as such. You should consult an obstetrician if you require a proper diagnosis. More…

IVF Success Rates In The UK 2019

IVF treatment can be financially expensive and emotionally taxing – it’s a good thing a beautiful baby of your own is such an incredible reward. The availability of IVF treatment has vastly increased over the years; however, as this is such an emotionally taxing and expensive procedure, it is important to ensure you’re booked in with a clinic which suits your needs. If you’re considering IVF treatment in 2019 naturally you’ll want to know the best place for you to go, and ensure you make every effort count. You’ll need a clinic you trust and can feel comfortable in. Clinic More…

Postnatal Anxiety: Breaking Mum & Dad

A whopping 1 in 10 new parents experiencing postnatal depression and anxiety. After suffering a traumatic birth, and being diagnosed with postnatal anxiety and birth trauma, Anna Williamson uncovers the real thoughts, feelings and behaviours that many women experience in those first few weeks and months after becoming a parent in her book Breaking Mum and Dad. Whether it’s making new friends, coping with changing relationships, breast and bottle feeding anxiety, going back to work worries, or the whole shift being a new parent poses mentally. Breaking Mum and Dad is a guide of empathy, sympathy and above all, hope. More…

Sustainable Baby Clothes – Lindex 2019

There’s been a lot of focus in the news and on social media recently about the effect we are having on the environment – and rightly so. We want to live on this beautiful earth for a long time to come and so we should be taking care of it in any way possible. There has been a definite shift in recent years towards sustainable living. Sustainability comes in many different forms, from reducing plastic usage and growing your own vegetables to recycling more. If you’re looking to reduce your footprint and help take care of the planet, then you’ll More…

3 Celebrity Mums Who Are Working Spring Style

Spring is upon us, and while many stores have had their spring clothing collections on the racks for months, it can sometimes take a little longer for us to buy into the season’s trends. Luckily, we’ve spotted some celebrity mums who are succeeding in the style stakes, providing us with all the inspiration we need! Let’s take a look at three of our favourite famous working mums and the trends they’re loving. Holly Willoughby Wearing A Tea Dress View this post on Instagram Morning Thursday… today’s #hwstyle💁✨ on @thismorning dress by @lkbennettlondon shoes by @gianvitorossi 💚 A post shared by More…

What’s My Child Thinking? Practical Child Psychology For Modern Parents

We got our hands on a copy of the new book What’s My Child Thinking? Practical Child Psychology For Modern Parents by Tanith Carey and Dr Angharad Rudkin which is published by DK, priced £16.99. dk.com. Whether you’re currently expecting or your little one has already arrived, What’s My Child Thinking? is a beautifully illustrated fresh guide to parenting based on the most important aspects of research and advances made in child development which up to now, hasn’t been available to parents. Author, journalist and parenting expert Tanith Carey and Clinical Psychologist Dr Angharad Rudkin have drawn on child psychology More…

Your Fertility Privacy: 12 Ways To Cope With People’s Questions

“So, when are you finally going to have kids?!” “The clock is ticking.” “You’re not getting any younger!” Ugh. If you are trying to conceive, other people’s ‘small talk’ may feel like small daggers to your heart. Truly it’s nobody’s business but yours. But as any couple who has experienced fertility problems will testify, sooner or later someone is going to say something insensitive, or pry, perhaps in front of a room full of people. And when it happens, if you’re unprepared you’re likely to walk away wishing you’d said this or that, perhaps feeling even worse. Knowledge is power. More…

How Tired Are You?

As a parent, tiredness comes with the job. Whether it’s because baby isn’t sleeping right through the night, or because your toddler has superhuman amounts of energy, we all experience tiredness at some point. But just how tired are you? Take our fun quiz to see how you compare. Scroll down to find out what your answers mean… Q1. What time did you get up this morning? A) Before 5am B) Between 5am and 7am C) Between 7am and 9am D) After 9am Q2. What have you been doing for the past hour? A) Looking after my child(ren) B) Working More…