Category: Pregnancy

Important things to discuss before baby arrives- Part 2

Important things to discuss before baby arrives- Part 2

Based on these and the questions from Part 1, the general topics that seem to arise surround stress management, childhood experiences and handling interactions with extended family/in-laws.

# Black Breastfeeding Week

# Black Breastfeeding Week

Some people think, seemingly mainly in North America, that the stigma around breastfeeding in the black community may have its origins in this.

[Guest Post] The New Mummy Experience: Excited, nervous & motivated

[Guest Post] The New Mummy Experience: Excited, nervous & motivated

I waited till I was 5 months before sharing. For one, I wanted to make sure I made it through my first trimester before breaking the news, which doctors suggest.

Guest post: The Ambiguity of the Last Child

Guest post: The Ambiguity of the Last Child

I have four children ranging from 1-19. They’re all great, well behaved kids, but I’m done. I think.

11 Vital topics of discussion before you have a baby with your husband

11 Vital topics of discussion before you have a baby with your husband

From first and second hand experience, I can say that not discussing certain vital things before you go ahead and bring another life into this world can make for a stressful and/or miserable pregnancy and first few years with your baby. Indeed, even if you’ve […]

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