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How to Better Connect with your Baby-Daddy While Parenting

By Kristina Ioannou Let’s be honest: there’s nothing sexy about a top riddled with baby vomit or the sound of shrieking kids every hour, on the hour. Indeed, it can be tricky for parents to feel the mojo they felt pre-child days, especially with over-scheduled lives and general household chaos. …

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The Game Changing Item All New Parents Need

By Nicole Fuge, MD® Managing Editor At first, my bebe LOVED her pram as a newborn, then all of a sudden it’s like it was molten lava and she would scream every time I put her in there. This made our daily walks a bit of a handful (literally) and …

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The 5 Types of Friends You Need in Your Village

By Rebecca Hanley It takes A VILLAGE, right, mama? But what if you’re not sure what your village looks like? Here’s who you’re gonna need and where to find them. 1 // The Mum Friend When you’re pregnant, every mother you know will tell you that you’ll need some mum friends. …

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6 Good Habits to Teach Your Bambino

By Angela Simson Did you know that you can teach yourself to be happy? Yup! My life is not that much different to what it was seven years ago, the only major change is that I’m more aware of my thoughts and how they shape my perception of the world. Though …

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Premmie Baby Born in Iso? Here’s What You Need to Know

By Nicole Fuge, MD® Managing Editor Never have I experienced more emotion than when I had my bebe. I was excited, nervous, scared, anxious, tired – all at the same time – so I know pregnant mums are feeling all the feels right now, especially the new mamas, who are …

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5 Guilt-Free Parenting Hacks to Live By

By Dr John Demartini Mothers often feel conflicted about how they have parented. One moment, they’re giving themselves a high five for a rad day and the next they’re feeling guilty AF. But often when you’re feeling really sh*tty, it’s actually because of a whole list of factors like setting unrealistic …

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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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The 5 mistakes baby-daddies make in the delivery room

By Lucy Bloom With current hospital regulations limiting women in labour to only ONE support person, the pressure is on fathers more than ever before, to be a stellar childbirth support person. But there is more to supporting a woman through the birth of a baby than showing up and taking photos at …

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5 ways to beat the baby blues in iso

By Anna Fasolo Having a baby is a beautiful experience, but it can also be scary, stressful, exhausting and isolating. Plus, if you’ve become a new mama during this cray coronavirus pandemic, some of these feelings are no doubt compounded. But it is important to know that you are not alone …

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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.”