We hope you had a fantastic day on Father’s Day this year, whether you had a chill day at home or went all out to show dad how much you appreciate him! Now that it’s officially summer, and there’s only a few weeks of school left, things are looking up for you, parents. Every week we are bringing you a roundup of the top news stories from the world of parenting to bring a smile …
Our Surrogacy Journey Part 1: TwoDadsUK share their journey to parenthoodJune 5, 2021Information, Parenting, Real life
Trigger warning; Contains information on Infertility, Birth and IVF Failure
I’m Michael and I’m married to Wes. We met by complete chance in June 2012 at Birmingham Pride no less, both single and not looking for a relationship, and pretty much from our first meeting I knew I’d met someone that was going to take my life into a direction that I’d been waiting for. Four months later (I know, right!) we were engaged …
What to expect from your first week of parenthoodMay 28, 2021Advice, Information, Parenting, Real life
Your baby is about to arrive and your first week of parenthood will soon begin, so what should you expect? Unfortunately, a lot of the advice that you receive during pregnancy stops at labour, which can leave you literally holding the baby and wondering about exactly what happens next. Keep reading to find the information that you need to help you to make the most of a week that will feel equal parts magical and …
8 Mums share their positive birth storiesMarch 12, 2021Advice, Information, Lifestyle, Real life
If you’re expecting a baby in 2021, you may already be feeling a little uneasy about childbirth. There’s something about a pregnancy announcement that suddenly prompts well-meaning friends, family and even strangers to share every birth-related horror story they have heard on the wind. Sometimes scary, often gruesome and rarely reassuring, conversation around childbirth tends to focus on the risks and what could go wrong rather than the joy that can come from it. In …
The Positive Birth Company share their tips for a happier birthFebruary 26, 2021Advice, Information, Real life
Founded in 2016 by Siobhan Miller, The Positive Birth Company is on a mission to support people as they embark on the most exciting journey of their lives: parenthood.
They are committed to empowering women, birthing people and birth partners around the world to create positive experiences from conception through to birth and the postpartum period with our unique, accessible and fully comprehensive approach to prenatal, antenatal and postnatal education.
Today, we have a special guest blog …
The celebration experts at Ginger Ray are here to give you their top tips for hosting your own eco-friendly Baby Shower.
With everything that’s going on in the world, we’re all trying to be a little more eco-conscious with our celebrations. If you are thinking of hosting an eco-friendly baby shower but want a few tips and tricks, keep reading! While throwing an environmentally friendly party may require a little more thought and effort, …
7 Ways to Help Your Friend Who Has Just Had a BabyFebruary 26, 2019Celebrate with us
When a close friend has a baby, you want to support them in any way possible. Even if you’ve never had kids of your own, you can still imagine just how exhausting and overwhelming it must be. But if you’ve never had kids of your own, you might be a bit unsure about the best way to help.
If we’re unsure, we tend to react by avoiding. You might tell yourself that what your friend truly …
An Introduction to Placenta EncapuslationJanuary 7, 2019Information, Lifestyle, Parenting, Uncategorised
Blog post written by Placenta Plus Team
Placenta Plus was started 3 years ago by Founder, Danielle Kinney. Danielle had suffered from post-natal depression after her second daughter. When becoming pregnant with her 3rd baby, straight away panic set in. Would PND strike again? After searching the internet for natural remedies to help with this Danielle came across placenta encapsulation. It sounded like the perfect solution, so she began to look for a specialist.
It was at …