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8 Ways to Reduce Night Terrors (so Mama can Chillax)

By Catalina Lau, baby sleep consultant for Glow Dreaming If you’re a mama, sleep is likely very important to you and everyone living under your roof. No doubt, you’ll want as much of it as you can squeeze in – and preferably not broken, either! Who has time for that? …

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What to do When Preparing for Birth

By Ruby Matley This is it! Everything leads to this. You may be feeling anxious, excited, cautious and impatient in the lead up to birth, these are all normal. Don’t put expectations on yourself when it comes to the type of birth you want, mama – just like pregnancy, every …

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Bohannah Gerritsen is #MAMA Influencer

By Amy Molloy Bohannah Gerritsen can remember the moment she realised her Instagram following of friends and family had the potential to become bigger. “It was the first photograph that got over a hundred likes. It felt huge at the time. It was the only image I had ever used …

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How to Bond With Your Bump

By Ruby Matley There is a tiny bebe growing inside of you, and some days it may feel as though being pregnant is crazy tiring, but try and make time to connect with your baby along the way. Everyone bonds with their bump differently during pregnancy, just as they do …

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How to Say No When You’re a Yes Person

By Natalie Bascur Mamas, you know all too well the overwhelming feeling of rushing from one thing to another, desperately trying to tick everything off that growing list of to-dos. Things often aren’t much better when the weekend rolls around, with school sports, office work, extended family obligations, coffee catch …

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Keeping it Real With Courtney Adamo

By Kerrie Simon-Lawrence When social media super-mama Courtney Adamo packed up her life, along with hubby, Michael, and their four minis Easton, Quin, Ivy and Marlow in 2016, for a year of travelling the world (how cool!), there were a few goals in mind – to show their kids a …

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Finding Balance Between Big and Little Loves

By Amelia Lamont, midwife and sleep consultant I’ll start by saying I love, love, LOVE my (slightly chaotic) family and I bloody love what I do for a living too – but it’s definitely hard. My partner Ambrose and I have two amazing, cheeky, hilarious kids – Alfie, 4, and …

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Learning To Smile Again After PND

By Josie Smyth I am PROUD to be talking about my journey through postnatal depression. It was an incredibly challenging time – having experienced it with both of my children – but, after having gone through it, I am now a better, healthier and happier person and for that, I …

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It’s OK To Not Be OK

By Yakira Giger Are you ok? My automatic reply is always “Yes, I’m fine.” *Smile and wave, smile and wave…* But why? Why do we feel so CONCERNED about voicing the way we REALLY feel? When in fact, what we really want to say is: “Actually, no – I’m not. I …

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11 signs you might have PND

By Cheryl Fingleson 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 or so, it’s important to consider whether post-natal depression or anxiety has …