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Celebrating Mother's Day while pregnant

Mother’s Day is a day to celebrate mothers, including those still growing their little ones. You may not have held your baby in your arms, yet but you have been carrying your baby for months now. Here are a few suggestions on ways to mark the occasion, or some hints to drop to the other half!

Celebrate with your mum

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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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Pregnant at Christmas Time

With the festive season here, whilst you may be excited about the forthcoming arrival of your little one, you may also feel a little glum at the prospect of being the only sober one! But there are many benefits to being pregnant during the festive season …….

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Paternity Leave Explained

As you start to plan for the arrival of your little one it is important that both you and your partner know what you are entitled to. In this blog we focus on paternity leave and what you and your partner needs to know, or even what you need to know if you’re reading this as a partner-to-be!

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