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Find out why this pram has mamas saying… YES! 

When it comes to buying prams, there’s a lot to consider. Including what will you do as your little one grows and your family expands – Buy more than one pram? Buy a pram that comes with adjustments (like switches from basinet to seat)? Replace a single pram with a …

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7 questions with The Goat Skincare co-creator, Tijana Desancic

From a simple solution to help deal with childhood eczema to the global business it is today, co-creator Tijana Desancic has been there since The Goat Skincare’s birth. Way before “natural” was having the moment it is today, Sally Desancic was looking for a drug-freeway to treat her daughter Ivana’s eczema. …

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The lowdown on optimal foetal positioning and exercising for birth

by Ariel Blyth, founder of The Mumma Movement Natural birth is the best possible outcome from a psychophysical (physical and emotional) and social perspective for mother and child. The mission of The Mumma Movement is to prepare mothers for natural birth with the knowledge that her baby is an active participant …

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What everyone needs to know about PND

by Heather Lindsay, a parenting coach who runs an eight-week PND Recovery Program at Blissed Out Mums November 11 to 18 is  PANDA Week (perinatal anxiety and depression awareness). One in five mums suffer from perinatal anxiety and depression. That’s 20%. That’s huge! By definition, it stands for depression or anxiety that occurs during …

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7 handy tools that will get your child to listen to you

Here at Mama Disrupt we are BIG fans of NOT judging other parents and supporting each mama embrace her own parenting style. When it comes to some things (like fussy eaters and listening), however, we’ll take all the help we can get. Don’t you agree? So when a mama-of-three (who also …

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11 signs your friend might have PND

by Cheryl Fingleson, internationally certified gentle sleep expert who can help identify signs of postpartum depression Adjusting to parenthood is tough going and it’s natural for parents – both mums and dads – to feel overwhelmed by their new normal. But when the baby blues last longer than a few weeks …