Modibodi launches Maternity & Baby to care of you, while you care for baby
The leak-proof apparel brand’s new range supports expectant and new mums and their babies throughout life’s leaks.
Modibodi, the UK’s leading leak-proof apparel brand has launched Maternity & Baby, an entirely new range designed to support mums, bumps and bubs through life’s leaks. From pregnancy to postpartum, nappy needs to breastfeeding, Modibodi are committed to providing sustainable solutions to leaks for all bodies. All the way through life. Better for your body, better for baby, better for the planet.
A new survey recently released has sadly revealed that nearly 1 in 10 (7%) British women would feel uncomfortable discussing their breastfeeding struggles with their partner. The survey, conducted by Multi-Mam breastfeeding compresses, found the same number of women said they would also feel uncomfortable discussing these issues with their GP and 11% said they would even feel uncomfortable talking about their struggles with their mum.1
5 Common Breastfeeding problems and how to overcome them
Breastfeeding your new baby can be difficult, and with side effects like sore nipples, engorgement and thrush, sometimes it can be hard to keep going. To help you on your breastfeeding journey, Lactation Consultant, Kitty Hackel offers her best tips and advice on some common breastfeeding problems and how you can overcome them.
To celebrate Piccolo launching the UK’s first fully recyclable baby food pouch recently they have arranged for one of my readers to win a Yellow & Go multipack and a bundle of Piccolo goodies.
Their new mono-material ‘Yellow & Go Pouch’ is tackling the issue of pouch recyclability within the industry. It is the first ‘closed-loop’ recyclable pouch available to parents in the UK which is a massive step in the right direction!
There are so many baby products out there it can be hard to know what to buy, either for yourself or if you are getting gifts for others. Apramo have some amazing car accessories that are so useful and a must for any parent. A truly useful gift.
When I had L I made sure to check all the lists and get all the things they said you would need for a new baby. Some I did need and found really useful, nursing pillow, bouncer, baby bath. Some I most definitely did not need, like the Bumbo, room thermometer and dummies. Because you see, different kids, need different things and you’ll work most of it out as you go along.
When I found out my little sister was expecting her first child I immediately started planning what I could get her. Only I didn’t just want to buy clothes and toys, I wanted to get her things that would be genuinely useful and that no one else would think to get her, that she might not even think to get herself. So here’s what I got her.