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Sleep... or lack of it

When you have a newborn you do expect your sleep to be disrupted, these things come hand in hand. Let’s be honest, your body has probably been preparing you for the lack of sleep over the last few weeks or even months with your bump being uncomfortable and numerous trips to the loo in the night. But even with all this preparation it can really hit you hard.

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Recording Baby’s Milestones

Your tiny bundle of joy has arrived, and you are in a haze of baby bliss and exhaustion. Your little one is literally transforming before your eyes and although some nights may seem like they last for ever – in reality, the newborn stage is so quick that you want to capture every single moment. We take a look at the best ways to mark your baby’s milestones so you can treasure the memories forever.

Make a scrapbook / baby book

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What to expect in the Third Trimester

Congratulations if you have reached your final trimester of pregnancy (29 to 40 weeks) – you’re almost there and will soon get to meet your beautiful baby.

By now your baby will be about the size of a butternut squash and will look a lot like the baby you will meet in about 10 weeks’ time. Over the next few weeks your baby will be adding fat under their skin and will usually double in weight during this trimester.

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Winter Skin Survival Tips During Pregnancy

During the cold winter months, it’s important to take care of our skin, and while pregnant it’s even more important. As your baby and bump grows, your skin will stretch leaving it more delicate and sensitive. Constantly changing temperatures from going inside (heated environment) and out (bracing the elements) can have a negative effect on your skin and so it is important to take a few extra precautions to make sure you are more comfortable and don’t suffer with common and irritable skin complaints.

Our Top Ten Tips for Pregnant Skin

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'Baby' Friends

Your long awaited baby has arrived, you’ve been inundated with cards, gifts and non-stop visitors and then things start to calm down. You start to adjust to life as a new mum, but things are very different to how they were. You’re most likely on maternity leave, your sleep has definitely been interupted and when you feel like a chat or a catch-up with your friends, they are either at work or can only meet in the evenings when all you want to do is grab an early night and hope you get a few hours sleep before the first feed – things have definitely changed!

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