I believe that women shouldn’t complicate their pregnancy journeys by holding on to tales with no factual basis
Every birth is unique and even if you are on your 5th child, you never know what your next birthing experience will bring
Stories of mistreatment in hospitals for birthing mothers and child loss due to perceived negligence should never be a #metoo campaign
That first week coming home with your newborn baby brings so many emotions that it’s hard to figure out where to start. Here are a few tips to get you going…
It all started one sunny afternoon. We were out for lunch, enjoying the carefree life of two young people madly in love. We had it good. As we laughed together and planned our future as a newly married couple. The moment struck, and we both said, “Let’s have a baby!”
The only thing you can plan for when it comes to children and parenthood is that nothing will go according to plan.

Vaginal delivery versus C-section delivery

The recommended rate for C-sections is 10-15%, in South Africa, 26% of children born, are born via C-section. Why is it so high and why does it matter?

Preterm labour is not a vibe

When you are pregnant for the first time, there are lots of new things happening to your body – things that often include pain or discomfort. So how is a girl to know which pain is serious and which is not?

Who cares how you gave birth?

I saw a post on Social Media about having a cesarean that really struck a nerve with me. And I’ve been thinking about how I can discuss the issue it dealt with in a way that honours all the varied opinions on it… but I guess there is no better way than to just be HONEST! (So here goes.)


 


 


 

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