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Everything you need to know about motherhood & beyond.


Body after birth:
8 Ways your Body Changes after Pregnancy

Going through a pregnancy and childbirth will change your body in more ways than you think – it is all a normal part of the process of creating a human life after all! Your body changes not only during the course of your pregnancy, but after labour as well...

Diastasis Recti: Why do Ab separations happen & how do we treat it?

Sometimes also referred to as a ‘mummy pooch’, Diastasis Recti occurs when there is a gap between your abdominal muscles after going through pregnancy. This makes your lower belly stick out due to the excess space between your left & right abdominal muscles...


How to care for yourself after birth for new Mothers

As a mom, we tend to put our families’ needs first which could sometimes translate into neglecting our own needs as time passes. You may even feel overwhelmed or guilty when you do take time for yourself – but remember that self-care is a necessity...

10 Superfoods to eat during your Pregnancy

The baby eats whatever you eat – and it needs certain nutrients in order to develop optimally. So it’s especially important that you ensure a healthy pregnancy and baby by incorporating these superfoods into your diet...


Pregnancy anxiety: How to cope?

Pregnancy is an exciting time as you look forward to welcoming your little one to the world. This may naturally invoke a rollercoaster of emotions during pregnancy, from moments of joy and excitement to tougher moments such as mood swings, worries and fatigue...

Why Postnatal Care is Important

As important as the pregnancy period is, the postpartum period is crucial to ensure a smooth healing journey. Following the birth of your little one, you may feel stressed out or overwhelmed especially if it is your first child...


10 Tips to Calm Morning Sickness

Finding out that you’re pregnant may feel like an amazing and exciting time – but the common downside that comes with it is, you guessed it, morning sickness. Up to 80% of people who get pregnant experience some form of nausea, which typically results in vomiting. This feeling can strike at any moment during the day but fret not – there are a couple of things that you can do to soothe your turbulent belly!

Early Signs Labor is Near

It’s the main event you’ve been waiting for the past couple of months – welcoming your little one into the world! Did you know that there are signs that your body will tell you that it’s approaching labor very soon...


Your Guide to Kegel Exercises

Regularly doing Kegel exercises during and after pregnancy increases the strength, elasticity, and function of these pelvic muscles. It can also help prevent common postpartum issues such as incontinence and other pelvic floor problems. 

The great news is that you can do Kegel exercises anytime and anywhere!

How Baby-Wearing Affects Mommy's Postpartum Body

Baby-wearing is a practice that has been around for centuries, and for good reason. Baby-wearing, the practice of carrying your baby in a sling or carrier, has become increasingly popular in recent years due to its numerous benefits for both parents and babies...


7 Pregnancy, Postnatal and Pelvic Floor Myths

Understanding pregnancy, postnatal recovery, and pelvic floor health is crucial for women's well-being. However, there are numerous myths and misconceptions regarding these topics, which can cause confusion and pose potential risks. In this article, we will dispel 7 common myths about pregnancy, postnatal recovery, and pelvic floor health.

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