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Category: Guest posts

111 Reasons To Pick Breast Over Formula

111 Reasons To Pick Breast Over Formula

[ 0 ] 25/03/2017 |

Being a mom can be a hard job at times. For all your effort, you’ll be rewarded with sleepless nights, an empty wallet and stretch marks. But all the challenges you face as a mom will be completely worth it, as long as your baby is happy and healthy. Choosing breastfeeding, when it is an […]

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You will do what? WEAR your baby? Nonsense!

You will do what? WEAR your baby? Nonsense!

[ 0 ] 07/12/2015 |

Guest post by Anya Sol* When I was about 7 months pregnant my mother absolutely insisted I buy a full travel system with the push chair, carrycot and a car seat. I thought differently. I talked to her about buying a sling and wear my baby instead. “You will do what?” – asked she, “You […]

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10 things to do if you experienced a tear with childbirth

10 things to do if you experienced a tear with childbirth

[ 0 ] 30/09/2015 |

 Guest writer Carolyn Sultana*   A silent reality for some women Everyone has his own special memory of childbirth with most women describing the birth of a child as the most wonderful, rewarding moment in life.  As amazing as that experience might be, some women do end up with physical trauma which causes them pain […]

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Breastfeeding Success Story – Breastfeeding Clinic Mater Dei

Breastfeeding Success Story – Breastfeeding Clinic Mater Dei

[ 2 ] 28/09/2015 |

As mums we all want the best for our babies. And most of us do start with the intention to breastfeed, as we know that this is the best choice. The thing is, many of us come from a generation that didn’t breastfeed. Our mums can guide us through many things but quite often not through […]

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Ergo 360 review by the Baby Wearing Educator Becky Gauci Maistre

Ergo 360 review by the Baby Wearing Educator Becky Gauci Maistre

[ 0 ] 25/09/2015 |

Ergo 360 visits the Malta Aquarium – by Becky Gauci Maistre from Baby Wearing Malta   I have been positively burning with curiosity about the Ergo 360 and whether it would like up to all the hype created, so when Elisavet Arkolaki, of Maltamum, sent over a sample donation for the library, I was truly […]

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2 simple exercises to strengthen your pelvic floor after birth

2 simple exercises to strengthen your pelvic floor after birth

[ 0 ] 19/09/2015 |

Guest writer Carolyn Sultana*   The pelvic floor is a group of muscles that spans from the pubic bone at the front and the tail bone at the back and from the base of the pelvis. This sling of muscle and ligaments function to support the bladder, bowel and uterus.  Every woman needs to be aware […]

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This is how a 1st grader should be welcomed to school

This is how a 1st grader should be welcomed to school

[ 0 ] 18/08/2015 |

Only 1 month left before the school starts in Malta, but in other countries with colder climates, like Sweden, the primary school just started. I was lucky enough to see the following post being shared on Facebook in the local group ‘Parenting from the womb: positive discipline for our children‘ and I felt that I […]

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Is there sex after giving birth?

Is there sex after giving birth?

[ 0 ] 08/06/2015 |

Guest post by Anya Sol*   And so you did it! Whether naturally, a C-section, with complications or without, you had your baby! Now some months shall pass, you get the hang of breast or bottle feeding, get used to sleepless nights and eating whatever is in your reach, manage to remember to at least […]

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The story of a mum who survived Placenta Accreta

The story of a mum who survived Placenta Accreta

[ 0 ] 27/02/2015 |

Guest writer Jennifer Cornthwaite*   All I ever wanted in life was to have children. Ever since I was little, it is how I imagined my life to be. I was over the moon when, in April 2007, I found out I was pregnant; it was the happiest time in my life! Shortly after the exciting news […]

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5 ways to ease the discomfort of labour

5 ways to ease the discomfort of labour

[ 0 ] 19/02/2015 |

Guest post by Jacqueline Cuthel*   Whether you are at home or in the hospital, a first or experienced mum, there are many simple ways to soothe and ease the discomfort of labour! Here are my 5 favourites: A birth ball – these beauties can be used in many ways to help support you or your […]

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