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6 Wardrobe Essentials Every Baby Needs In Their Closet

By Rebecca Hooton, Mama Disrupt® Assistant Editor If you’ve got a tiny human in your life, no doubt you’ve wound up with your fair share of fashion fails for them [uhhh shoes that never stay on? *face palm*]. You often have no idea what an actual baby is like, so …

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How Becoming a Mother Turned Me Batsh*t Crazy!

By Mindi Palm Let’s take a moment to quietly reflect on the fact that there’s a little cray cray in each one of us. Sure, lunacy is a spectrum, but every mother generally sits somewhere on it, whether baby, toddler or teenager in tow. This, however, should come as no surprise: …

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5 Signs You Should Take A Pregnancy Test

Most mamas realise that they may be pregnant when they miss their period but sometimes we experience other symptoms – even before AF is due. Maybe you’ve been TTC or you had a wild date night with your baby-daddy a few weeks ago and there’s a chance you could be …

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The Secret Self-Care Hack For Breastfeeding Mamas

By Nicole Fuge, MD® Managing Editor Breastfeeding is often depicted as one of the most beautiful experiences a mum and bub can go through – there’s the bonding and the nourishing of your little bebe, and the long gazes into each other’s eyes. But not everyone has that experience, and …

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4 Tips for a Healthy Pregnancy

By Kate Save A healthy pregnancy comes down to a healthy YOU. How you treat your body pre-pregnancy, during pregnancy, and after you’ve given birth can all have affects on your baby. So eating the right foods, knowing what to avoid, and what vitamins are essential and safe are all important factors …

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4 Hacks to Help Ease Morning Sickness

By Nikki Warren The excitement of a positive pregnancy test can soon turn to misery for some women around week 6 of pregnancy, when morning sickness usually kicks in – then hangs around until around week 14-16 of pregnancy. Plus, if you’re under the age of 24, having a girl, or carrying twins …

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6 Ways to Help Your Bae Learn Through Play

By Professor Julie Green, Executive Director at raisingchildren.net.au Play is an important part of a child’s development in the first 1000 days of their life, and sets the foundations for lifelong health and wellbeing. Until your bambino is two years old, play is the main way they learn – it …

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13 Self Love Tips For New Mamas

“The overwhelming responsibility for the life of this tiny person means you naturally put yourself firmly at the bottom of the pile. But a little self-care goes a long way, meaning you don’t just survive but thrive.”

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9 Time Savers to Reduce Mama Overwhelm

By Natalie Bascur Life is unpredictable, even more so when you have kids. Don’t get overwhelmed mama! Simplify your life and prioritise your time so there’s not too much on your plate (even when it feels like everyone is piling more onto it). You may not be able to avoid chaos altogether, …