We have teamed up with the brilliant Basking Babies to raise awareness of the key things to watch out for when you’re feeling tense, and to offer some top tips on managing stress during these life-changing times.
Our guest blog has been written by the wonderful Lydia founder of Sleep & Bounds, who set up her infant sleep coach business after she suffered from sleep deprivation for nearly two years. The lack of sleep affected her mood and migraines.
I’m a former nurse, and now a first aid trainer. I know that talking about this type of stuff is confronting, and scary. But unfortunately, accidents can happen. And the most common location for these injuries to occur is within our own homes.
Firstly your body has arguably just done one of the most important and powerful jobs it can ever do, growing and safely delivering your baby. Your body has already evolved so much, physically rearranging your organs to accommodate your baby.
Like with so many aspects about becoming a parent, breastfeeding is one of those things that becomes something a more experienced parent will gleefully talk to you about. And more often than not you get the full horror story about how painful it was for them.
Our guest blog is written by the incredible Emma Martin Mindfulness and she is here to remind you that your needs matter too throughout your parenting journey. She shares some wonderful mindful moments that will hopefully create some peace and calm for you in everyday life.
Louise Murray, from www.livewellwithlou.com, gives her expert advice on how to use micro self care during lockdown. It can be as simple as having a cup of tea, focussing on your breathing, and immediately feeling more positive and relaxed.
Get Up & Glow tea uses grapes as it's base, you get a natural sugar lift, as well as a huge number of vitamins and antioxidants. It's a healthy alternative to caffeine, suitable for pregnancy and breasfeeding.
Our Night Owl tea blend is blended using herbal ingredients that are all natural muscle relaxants. They are caffeine free and safe for pregnancy and if you're breastfeeding. Learn more about the research showing that chamomile, lavender, valerian root, rooibos and lime flowers can help you sleep.