Welcome to the pregnancy hub!

If you’re starting your exciting journey toward becoming a mother, we’re here to help you prepare and make the best choices for you in the lead up to the big day.

For advice on a range of pregnancy topics, including exercises and packing your hospital bag, use our pregnancy hub for tips from experts and parents combined.

For any products, we’ve brought you the top rated choices for mums, as recommended by mums.

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Vitamins

You’ve probably heard of the phrase “eating for two”, but in reality it’s all about “nutrition for two” - by adjusting your intake of vitamins and minerals, you can nurture your growing baby whilst meeting your body’s changing demands!

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Plan

Writing a birth plan

As the first and second trimesters pass, every mum-to-be starts to imagine their ideal labour. Where it will happen, who will be there and what type of birth to choose are some important considerations.

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Weaning

Weaning Tips

Weaning is the process of introducing your baby to solid foods as an alternative to breastmilk or infant formula. The NHS advises that weaning should start when your baby is around 6 months old.

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Home Birth

Home birth

Home birth (also known as unassisted birth) is the option of choice for around 2% of first time mums in the UK. It allows you to welcome your new baby privately in comfortable and familiar surroundings. Of course, this requires preparation without the presence of a team of nurses and doctors, so here’s our guide to planning a safe and stress-free home birth.

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Keeping fit

It’s a common myth that exercising during pregnancy is bad for your baby. In reality, the opposite is true. Here we take a closer look at the health benefits of exercise to you and your baby, and what simple changes you can make to have a fitter pregnancy.

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New baby essentials

It’s estimated that parents in the UK will spend £500 on their baby within the first month. So to help you save money and time where possible, we’ve compiled the ultimate list of new baby essentials to prepare you for those first few weeks.

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Baby

Pain relief options

When it comes to pain relief in labour, choosing the right type for you and your baby depends on factors such as whether you want a natural birth, the position of your baby and how dilated you are. Here we will introduce the seven main options and their benefits.

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Hospital bag

These hospital bag essentials for mum and baby cover everything you may need - from a toothbrush to a TENS machine. You can read about these in more detail and also find recommended products here.

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Where to give birth

To know which is right for you and your baby, it’s wise to review your personal needs, risks, your birth plan and (to a minor extent) where you live well in advance. These considerations will ensure that you’re fully prepared for the big day.

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