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Sheshi TrittonSimone Cossens 😂 This reminds me of a conversation we recently had about needing alone time when daddy finally gets home!16 hours ago   ·  1
Annelies GeurtsAmy-Lee Bordiss this was pretty much me when Joey walked in the door this afternoon 🤣🤣16 hours ago   ·  1
Billie Jazmin Jessie JonesHahaha Jaz Corry is this you when cam comes home? LoL16 hours ago
Jade PolanowskiKiri was this Adrian when you got home after my house? 🙊13 hours ago
Belinda BlackwellWade Slok i could be like this after nearly 4 hours of Nate 😂😂16 hours ago
Jess SharpHarley Glohe just fair warning, after you been gone for a week, this will be me on Friday night!13 hours ago   ·  1
Mel KinneyRowan when you return from weeks away, not just the day 😂14 hours ago   ·  1
Leticia HogdenAmy Jensen this reminded me of your snapchat this afternoon!! X13 hours ago   ·  1
Jason CraigAaron when it's 5.30 and you forgot your swipecard😂😂14 hours ago   ·  1
Mel Jade PittHa! I wish! My hubby is home when the kids are asleep, and asleep when I'm doing the school run!16 hours ago   ·  1
Shannon StauntonEmily Charlick Damian Loretz this is me😂😂 but will soon to be you guys too 😂15 hours ago   ·  2
Chloe BarnesI wish Nikki. I do it regardless to the bedroom haha14 hours ago
Katie MorleyBrad Carter this is what it will be like if we have 5 kids 😂😂14 hours ago
Brooke AranhaNigel Aranha this would be me if you didn't go straight to the toilet everyday lol15 hours ago
Brodie Lee StaceyHaha Ryan Stacey this will be me!! It's been a long few weeks! 😂😂 xx12 hours ago
Debra EllisOh I wish! thats me when dropping Bubs off at Nana's during a wonder week! lol17 hours ago
Nicole BaileyJustin Bailey will this be you when I get home on Sunday 😂😂 hope not I need cuddles 😘😘12 hours ago
Claire CableShay Cable Me, Friday. Im running somewhere to sleep15 hours ago
Shell McPhersonHaha Candice when you need to sneak out for girls night without Frankie seeing!!15 hours ago
Claire McTaggartPadge McTaggart this will be me this evening 🙈🙈🙈🙈 #badday12 hours ago   ·  1
Carissa CreeveyDaniel Dobbins... let's place bets who does this first...16 hours ago   ·  1
Kylie VincentJarrod Vincent when you've been at work since 4am and not getting home until after 5.30pm..this is how I feel!!16 hours ago
Alan StewartElizabeth Stephens 'jus going to grab some milk' 3 hrs later....12 hours ago   ·  1
Alisha MitchellJason Mitchell - after the story I just told you hehe14 hours ago   ·  1
Shannon MurphyJade Smith feel like this would have been you today ahaha12 hours ago
Alisha AmosOh Brett Amos you look out 🤣🤣 (when you finally see this)........13 hours ago
Kylie TebbenhoffTodd Tebbenhoff, prepare yourself this could be me tomorrow 😜🤦‍♀️14 hours ago   ·  1
Renee McSorleyPeter Mcsorley I'll be back in 5min, that's all I need 😩13 hours ago
Caitlin StewartNikita Hudson this reminded me of you on Saturday before we went out for dinner lol 😂😂12 hours ago
Bron TaylorPatrick Taylor some nights you come home and I'm a domestic goddess... then nights like tonight 👍. You're a keeper.15 hours ago
Haydee AlvearSo true glad my time is over. But once they leave home you miss and want them back12 hours ago
Danielle KnightPeter this will be me when you finally get home! 😂😂16 hours ago
Chloe SturgesMe when you get home Reid Carey15 hours ago   ·  1
Serena MagbirayChantalle Lay this will be you when Aunty Danni Bernardino picks up Savvy tonight. 😂😂16 hours ago   ·  1
Em SanfeadLucas Johnson but then he goes to the gym and grocery shopping 🙃🙃🙃16 hours ago   ·  1
Ryan McGrathJoel Gorham what's that, I think I forgot to do that last bit of tractor driving for the night? Later12 hours ago   ·  1
Patricia KershawHenry Kershaw what I wanna do lol and we only have 1 hahaha12 hours ago
Jodie ThompsonKody Montgomery when you come home after two weeks away 😂😂😂😂14 hours ago
Nyomie HofmanThis is what I'm starting to feel like Jeremy Hofman!!!15 hours ago
Kathryn RacoAngelina Vourgaslis this will be us running down the road together one day I'm sure lol14 hours ago
Nashwa MarokyPeter Matti S this is me! But not one day, one MONTH! 😂😂11 hours ago
Shari MunroShem Onetheir this will be me when you get back11 hours ago
Bridget PamelaHaha this may happen once you go back to work Clinton Jackson15 hours ago
Katherine ClarkeBec Eason Amanda Vernik Saw this and thought of you guys. ☺️ ❤️11 hours ago
Jemma JesiolowskiAsher Jesiolowski this will be me after having you gone for almost two weeks 😬16 hours ago
Chloe WeckertTerina Dell'Agostino leaving the kids tonight for the meeting11 hours ago
Alysha SollyCaitlin is this you when Nathan comes home? 😂14 hours ago
Jodie HuxleyThis will be me Saturday 🤣 VVanessa Gina10 hours ago
Sarah CooperHowie Feltersnatch this will be me in a couple of weeks 😂😂16 hours ago

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Amber PeggYes this was us Between me and my partner we have 7 daughters no boys I'm happy to say we are 23 weeks preg with a BOY finally our last hope and we got him 😍23 hours ago   ·  59
Laura BartoliI'm having a girl after 2 boys. This was a surprise pregnancy, not planned, so I guess it was meant to be...22 hours ago   ·  6
Tan Yalol. I get where he is coming from. I burst into tears when having my ultrasound and found out we were having a boy after 4 girls :D23 hours ago   ·  6
Candice DawkinsProbably going to be me in the future, except with a girl. 😂23 hours ago   ·  1
Alison PlacanicaThat's what we did to find out that we were having a boy! 💙👶🏻21 hours ago   ·  1
Eleni VergadosI know of a family that has 5 💖girls & the husband always blamed his wife that she could only give him girls so he cheated on his wife to hopefully have a 💙 boy with an other women & ended up with an other girl , he got his Karma 😂 💖💖💖💖💖💖 😂22 hours ago   ·  14
Helen CainHopefully this will be me one day but with a girl, haha.. I honestly couldn't care if I only had boys, I've been blessed with a 'step' daughter though she is my daughter in mine and her Dads eyes, we now have a handsome son together, my partners Dad had 6 boys in a row before getting a girl, my partners brothers have only had boys... boys are so common on his side. I know it all comes down to the male sperm but I have a very strong feeling ill only have boys but like I said I don't mind, I know I'm blessed either way 💙💚10 hours ago
Ashley FriendJessica Mackenzie Chloé Allen Cherie Baker ummmm is it just me or does he not care about the kids he already has? .. he pops the ballon on one of their heads and then basically pushes another out of the road to get to the mum 😂11 hours ago
Danielle MisiracaWe have three girls and one boy but he was born the 3rd child we then had an accident and found out number 4 was on the way hoping for another boy to even it out but NO it was another beautiful little girl her siblings adore her non the less 💕21 hours ago
Paige RingwoodDarcey Holland i know Red is happy either way and loves all his girls a lot but id imagine this would be his reaction if you have another baby and its a boy. 😊19 hours ago   ·  1
Cody WohlingLindsay Densley oh my god wot a gorgeous family! And 12 secs in i was crying... the oldest girl just made my heart melt. Reminds me of skylah.15 hours ago   ·  1
Mel MaiavaI don't get how the parents don't know and this is organized I wonder by who? 😂 happy for them though that excitement!!17 hours ago   ·  1
Estell ToftElliot Jackson Toft Kayla Schapel this will be you guys 😂😍 how beautiful how he embraces her and doesn't let go! Aww emo 😂😘 Brad Barr 😙18 hours ago   ·  1
Alanna BrodieI have two boys and went for a third thinking it would be a boy but nope we were surprised it was a little girl he brothers love her to pieces ❤️17 hours ago
Kathleen CobbanWe just found out that our 4th is a little girl after 3 boys my hubby is over the moon as he is the youngest of 4 boys. She will be very loved :)15 hours ago
Christabelle BarnesThat's so cute! But on another note she looks great on her 4th pregnancy!23 hours ago   ·  13
Chloe Cornford😂😂😂😂 omg DaniDanielle Plummeran see u this happy if u find out u have a girl if u ever go for round 3 haha. AshlAshlee BowenlAshlee Elizabeth funny19 hours ago   ·  1
Heath SmithI cant help but wonder how disappointed he would have been for another girl. Babies are a true blessing no matter what the gender.......a healthy baby should be the wish, not the right gender.....14 hours ago   ·  3
Rachel ShevlinLauren Maree Bayliss this will be you and Matthew Stuart Bayliss but instead of having three girls already it will probably be 4 😂😂20 hours ago   ·  2
Lisa MillerThis was me after having 4 girls and finding out i was having a boy 💙💙23 hours ago   ·  8
Duygu Ozmen AyanThis over reaction would have been great for the emotional development of his daughters.20 hours ago   ·  4
Fay Adem ToganAw this is cute but really now.. is society still concerned about gender? 🙄 😂17 hours ago   ·  4
Emily TurrellJames Stockton pretty much your reaction when we found out we were having a boy lol22 hours ago   ·  1
Bec BeaumontRankin Garland - maybe 1 more... nah wishful thinking, 3 girls is enough xx22 hours ago   ·  2
Davia AnRico Abellanosa this was you when dr said Boy hahaha and it was our first baby23 hours ago   ·  1
Emma BoltonBrandon Long....this could be us! This would totally be your reaction lol17 hours ago   ·  2
Brian Rikki ImesonBeck Tracy Tina Kate anyone feel like a cry 😭23 hours ago   ·  4
Alana LynnNeil haha this would be you IF we decide to have a third and IF it was a it was a boy. Seriously though - made me cry 😭 lol23 hours ago   ·  1
Kylie ReidThe girls do not look impressed haha I have 2 boys and would be more than happy to keep having boys! I don't need a girl to fulfils any need19 hours ago   ·  1
Peta Alyce CaspaniWayd Nibbs lol the dad just side steps the biggest daughter 😂😂23 hours ago   ·  1
Alix RymanOmg this is not good to watch when u r hormonal haha. Love it. Can't wait to do our reveal21 hours ago   ·  1
Amy ElizabethMatt we should do this balloon thing for Evan when he's becoming a big brother22 hours ago   ·  1
Matea PrestonThis is you lol The girls are like ... ammm what about us hahah Shaun Preston22 hours ago   ·  1
Bianca MarkhamI wonder if he would he have been dejected and sad if the confetti was pink 🤔17 hours ago   ·  1
Lindal RankinEmily Burnett this will be u when u get a girl just that ud be the dad jumping around lol20 hours ago   ·  1
Maria EmMinnie Tran could have been you but you didnt listen to the book23 hours ago   ·  1
Lindsey StickleyDaniel Stickley 😅 I hope this is never the case for us! 🙊23 hours ago   ·  2
Louise van LierChelsea Mcmanus how stocked is this dad about getting a baby boy after 3 girls lol22 hours ago   ·  1
Brooke MutimerThis will be me when we get a girls Ben Cullen haha after 3 boys later lol19 hours ago   ·  1
Ashleigh ReevesHayden Reeves Damien Henderson Jaimee Sims this was practically Hayden's reaction when the cake was pink wasn't it? 😂23 hours ago   ·  2
Jessica CunninghamSorry Lee Carlos Cunningham this could have been you but it wasn't19 hours ago   ·  2
Jacinta Maree PriorMegan it's like watching your hubby in the videos I have never seen someone so excited before 😍💙23 hours ago
Ky Raelene WalkerI did this with my last pregnancy I have 2 boys then we popped it and was pink for a girl was so excited 😍😍22 hours ago
Winnie Halliday#legalisegenderselection Heavens forbid you actually admit you really want a certain gender17 hours ago
Emily PerkinsJamie Perkins this was you on the inside I'm sure ❤️😂23 hours ago   ·  1
Michael Ross CurranCongrats... I got two healthy wee boys.. I really wanted a daughter as well.. So I could terrorises her boyfriends...15 hours ago
Peta Van LieshoutHayley Scott I feel like this would be Tobias with Fiona, cause they've got three boys already lmao11 hours ago
Irie PehiBrenna this will be you if me or Jasmine have a girl20 hours ago   ·  1
Naomi ClinchKaleesha Thompson this will be yous when yous finally get that little boy 😊20 hours ago   ·  1

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I'm a ftm to a 10 month old and I have always wanted 2 kids. I had a horrible pregnancy with hypermesis from start to finish. Along with other small issues and a painfully long labour. We haven't had the easiest time since she came along either with alot of strain on our relationship due to this new lifestyle and all the stresses that come with it. (Don't get me wrong - best thing I've ever done and I love bub to bits, no regrets at all)
But thinking about having a second child and having to go through all of that again, and then the extra strain it will put on us all over again - it really stresses me out and I don't know if I can do it 😞 I just want to know if other women felt like this and how you got past it? I really want a sibling for our gorgeous bubba !
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Christie MilneI have a 10 mth old and my first is 6. Best thing we did was wait. The 2nd time around has been so much easier. It was also easier finically. My first is independent. I had a horrible first labour so I was put off by having another but my 2nd birth was completely different. Maybe you just need to give yourself more time xx1 day ago   ·  8
Kate McIntoshIt sounds like you need to just wait a bit. There is no rush (if you force it, may struggle anyway) and you are not obligated to give your child a sibling especially at the cost of your mental/physical state. Try to reconnect with your husband, iron out the issues.1 day ago   ·  3
Samantha StephensonI have a 16 month old and I'm currently 14 weeks. I had hypermesis last time, and yeah I'm sick a few times each day, all day reflux, and nausea that won't quit, but it's honestly not as bad as last time. I've not been in hospital or dehydrated in this pregnancy. We have stresses and strains like any other couple (it wasn't great when our son was first born, the adjustment is a lot, we almost took a break), but we're so much better now, and our relationship is stronger with this pregnancy, I put that down to us knowing (as much as possible) what we're in for and we've realised that arguing gets us nowhere. I was dreading another pregnancy especially with a toddler, but it's bearable. It's not great but with a bit of support, he goes to his nans once a week for a few hours, it's doable. xxx1 day ago   ·  2
Kate UtbergI waited 8 years after suffering through HG with my first, right up to the last second of labour, it is exhausting and traumatising, I forgot about all the aches and labour pain but will never forget the sickness. My second pregnancy i did not even throw up once, it was amazing! All the best, when you are ready you will know xx1 day ago   ·  2
Melissa ElphinstoneI started off wanting 4 kids but I was miserable during pregnancy with back pain so bad I couldn't walk or drive some days and all day morning sickness. My labour didn't go too smoothly and it took a while for me to feel ok about it but after having bub and watching her grow makes me want another in the future but I say in about 3 or 4 years haha gotta give myself a break to recover12 hours ago   ·  1
Diana SmithI also had an Extremely Long labour resulting in a cesarean and then internal problems for 6 months after my bub is now 10 months also. And I am still quite hesitant when it comes to intimacy with my husband and is has also put a strain on our relationship. I also want a sibling for bub , but atm I am not physically or mentally ready. I still struggle everyday but i don't have much support here. I call my mum for a vent every few days and that helps but everything takes time. Goodluck and all the best for you and your beautiful family.1 day ago   ·  1
Michelle AuborI had hypermesis through almost my entire first pregnancy. Had to leave my job and found it really hard to cope in every way, being stuck in bed for 7 months. I was sure next time would be different! Currently pregnant with my second and have had hypermesis again which ended at about 5 months. It's been extremely hard but I will never regret going through it all again, as miserable as I was at the time. I am lucky that I have an amazing husband that works from home to help me and lots of family helping too. I am definitely done at 2! Some of us are just very unlucky with pregnancies. Do what feels right, at the right time for you and your family. Don't put pressure on yourself ❤21 hours ago   ·  1
Leanna CharnockI have an almost 3yr old and now a 3 week old. Bubs number 2 has just fitted into our life so perfectly. She is a really relaxed happy baby, it isn't any more busy ir stressful than with 1. Our first daughter is pretty full on at times, so i was feeling very nervous about how I would cope with two, but she has just slipped right in like she was always here. If anything having 2 has made me more organised and motivated in general. Good luck.23 hours ago   ·  1
Malinda GuerinMy eldest was 2yrs and 2 months when his sister dramatically arrived 11 weeks earlier than expected. The time we spent in NICU was a balancing act between the needy 2yr old and the sick babe but we did it now 6months on lil miss is home and pretty settled and life is great. Mr 2 recovered well and they are already very close i hope this bonds lasts their whole lives.1 day ago   ·  1
Jess ElizaThere's no hurry, I also have a 10 month old and want a couple of siblings for him. But he won't be getting any for a couple of years. And until that time I'm sure he'll love being the centre of attention ☺️ your first baby changes your relationship heaps, I think although the second will put more demand on the family as a whole, it won't change AS much. It'll just alter. Give yourselves some time to get used to having the baby you have now, 10 months isn't very long at all.1 day ago
Sarah ChemelloI understand how you feel. I had a fantastic pregnancy but one of the worst long labors. My boy is just over 12 months and im 23 weeks pregnant now. It definitely has put a strain on us emotionally physically and financially but after we found out we were expecting again we had a calm open talk about how we truly felt about every aspect and it really helped. My advice is to sit down with your partner tell him what you feel your excitement your worries everything give him a chance to do the same. You will know then how bith of you feel and you can start to address areas that need it. Dont rush into it make sure both of you are completely ready1 day ago
Tamara LongDefinitely wait, I just had a baby 4 months ago and whilst the pregnancy was easy... I hated it... I didn't hate it with my second... Which means that for now, im done having children... That's not to say that we will never ever have anymore children (we only wanted 2 anyways) it just means that there will be no more babies in the foreseeable future... Lol1 day ago
Tanaya RawadyWhen I was pregnant with my first baby, I was horribly sick and hard to even be conscious until about 5/6 months or so it felt like! I had a rough time bringing our baby into the world (medical problems, prem baby). I know the adjustments you are feeling and it's totally normal! I fell pregnant again when our first baby was just 9 months old. I was sick but nowhere near as long, I had a pretty good pregnancy til the end. It was scary, I want sure if I could do it, how I would handle two kids and balance everything else! I had anxiety through the roof. But we did! We have an 18mo age gap although it gets tough (both sick at same time, first few years both need a lot of attention) it was definitely worth it, the bond my children have is amazing! My advice would be prepared and routined with your first, most of all be on the same page with your partner talk about the support and responsibilities between the both of you.21 hours ago
Deanne WheelerHaving suffered 3 hyperemesis pregnancies and the last bring my worse, there is a hyperemesis support page that is amazing and helps get through those toughest days. Having a good doctor/obstetrician who understands the condition ready to go as soon as you fall pregnant or even before makes a difference. Get to know the meds available etc. I got better at managing it each pregnancy even though it was worse each time.1 day ago
Trudy SpreadboroughI've had really shocking HG with both pregnancies, right up until giving birth. There's 4yrs and 8mths between my 2 though...it took me that long to be ready again lol but I knew I want finished. It put alot of strain on our relationship but we got through it in the end and now our family is complete :)1 day ago
Jordan RobinsonI have a 1 year old and a 3 week old, my partner and I have naturally adjusted to it. It is tricky at times but you don't really think about it, I'm personally happy that I had them close as they get to grow together, but everyone is different if you're not ready wait because you don't want to put that strain on your relationship.1 day ago
Rachael WheatleyI had a book-perfect pregnancy, and a pretty good labour, towards the end it got a bit Hairy and my daughter had to be resuscitated directly after - I'm only now starting to feel ready for another and she's 2 in July. Don't rush into it - enjoy just having one and when the times right, you'll know!1 day ago
Emmaline MakkiyaI found that number 2 so far has been much easier on the relationship. With number one, your both going through everything for the first time, you both think you know exactly whats going on and what the other expects when really you dont. It really put our trust on the line when we were expecting number one. With number two we didnt go through the issues with number one. I guesse we both already know where each other stand this time, and we are distracted by number one most of the time anyway. We dont really have the time or energy to worry about those things this time.16 hours ago
Haylee WellsJust wait until you are ready, you can always have them a few years apart so you are all more ready. I had awful hyperemis with bub #1 but thankfully just had morning sickness with my second. It was very hard being pregnant with a toddler though1 day ago
Samantha GibsonYeah I don't know, I figured when you really want another child you just move past the other pregnancy and birth. Sounds like you maybe need some more time. I had a very painful pregnancy from very early on, not sleeping and nothing helped and a long, and painful labour and I started wanting another bub about 8 months after I had our Daughter. The past went out the window and it didn't worry me one bit. Our kids will be 19 months apart. What helps us is I know that it's all temporary and you can get past the strain if you acknowledge it will happen and talk through it.24 hours ago
Tegan SizelandI had HG as well along with other complications and PND. My daughter is 21 months. I do want to have another but am giving myself time to feel ready to go through pregnancy again. I wouldn't change a thing and I love my daughter to bits but I just need to recover. Do you need to rush? Perhaps give it some more time and I would suggest seeing a psychologist to talk through everything would possibly help as well.1 day ago
Despina PalermoLife as a parent will never be easy but think long term. One hard pregnancy doesn't mean another. If your relationship is struggling id recommend sorting those issues out with your partner before moving forward.1 day ago
Melanie McCannI had morning sickness right up until 2 mins before the c section. I want to (surprisingly) but financially it would break us, so we've said no for the moment. You gotta do what you can both handle - emotionally, financially, health wise and stress wise. Good luck 😉1 day ago
Kristy FalasDo you need to do it so soon. Its easier to cope with all the issues of pregnancy and newborn when your toddler is about 3+ they are more self sufficient and can be helpful instead. I know ages 1-2 they are stressful with their curiosity.1 day ago
Jane GrationYep, the thought of being pregnant and having another child isn't appealing (at the moment). I have also always wanted two children. But, the near future isn't suitable for us. We will wait until we are both ready. Don't feel pressured by anyone to have another child. Do what is right for you and your family ❤️1 day ago
Stacey Alexandra SouthamYou're feeling the same as many of us. Even after a great pregnancy & a pretty chill bubba it's still a huge decision as to whether & when to go again for number 2. Sometimes I remember to give it to God & trust that life will be what it will be. We can control & plan for everything. Enjoy the bubba in front of you! X20 hours ago
Casey Jayde MoserIm single mum with a two year old and im currently 22 weeks with my second Only you will know when you are ready to add another member to your family. all I suggest is relax and enjoy as much time with the first and you will know when it feels right to have another.18 hours ago
Paige CampbellNope, we wanted 2 and after horrible pregnancy (easy birth) and how hard bub can be we have decided to stop with just her. Tried to send hubby in for the snip but they said no not yet 🙄1 day ago   ·  2
Ange ElthamHi hon, I understand how you're feeling. I had a tough first pregnancy and trouble after my daughter's birth with two surgeries resulting from the complications. My husband was wonderful but the first 12 months are hard work! I thought I was done too, and that I didn't want to go through that again! Here we are though 3 years later with our beautiful second daughter at 4 months old and I wouldn't change a thing! I gradually dealt with what had happened and eventually started to consider a second pregnancy, like you I wanted a sibling for our first born. The good news is my 2nd pregnancy was completely different and not as difficult as my first, thank goodness! Just take your time hon and see where life leads you xx good luck1 day ago
Melissa Mouawad HannaWait until bubs is more independent toilet trained, going to kindy and activities will mean his time is filled learning new things and time off for you and new baby to go threw it all again. I think with ur second you are much more relaxed and can handle it better having already gone threw it all once making you a pro on what to expect and there are many services available out thier for you to help you and also free advice. My son is super cheecky always on the go and all i can really do is stand by as he will not let me at all do anything if its not his way. So i will defnatly be waiting until he is a little older and understands more and also have so much to doo during his days that i can also be pregnant again and go threw such a hard pregnancy also cause thier is no way in hell i would be able to be pregnant and change his nappies or pick him up for comfort ect. Time changes everything for me i know i will need to wait it out a bit before thinking of baby no 21 day ago
Kylie AustinSounds like you are not ready right now so I wouldn't be pushing it just for the sake of giving your child a sibling. For some reason everyone seems to think you need to have children close in age for them to be friends, personally I think it has nothing to do with age and everything to do with personalities so I wouldn't be pushing into anything just yet if I had mixed feelings about it you still have plenty of time to think it through. I have 3.5 years between my two and I don't regret waiting what so ever, the older one loves helping the little one learn new things and helping with everything.1 day ago
Alisha HowarthWait till ur ready my last 2 are like 15months apart I wasn't ready for the 1st one new partner and he was great it's what he wanted the 2nd one I was excited about and he wasn't lols having a kid isn't all what it's cracked upto be he realised that and is super jealous just wanted me to himself nope doesn't happen that way most man are like that both pregnancies did screw my body over feel like it's completely broken after this bub 2 close together i think and it's supposedly harder when u start to get to 30 I'm 29 this yr both sisters had troubles 2 with there last ones 😧 not recommended unless u are really keen but I have 5 and telling u the last 2 so close hard as nails1 day ago
Hevva McKenzie-SylvesterHaving these thoughts doesn't mean you won't do it, prob just means you're not ready. 10 months isn't very long to adjust to such a new lifestyle or to forget the trauma of it all. I hear you with the HG. It's my second pregnancy and I'm suffering with it too 🤢21 hours ago
Brooke MerkelGive yourself time, don't worry so much about the future and age gaps etc. enjoy the now and work it out later. If it happens it happens19 hours ago
Kristy MayMy advice -If your not ready don't push yourself especially if there's a strain on your marriage . Fix that first before anything else. I had my kids 3/1/2 yrs apart and that was still a strain as marriage was breaking down . I now have a 2 month old 8 yrs later with different partner but we both know how important communication is in a relationship. Don't push anything if your not ready.1 day ago
Jessica WoodHey Hun I didn't have many problems through pregnancy or birth , but it was hard being a first time mum , my daughter is 4 and a half and only now I am 17 weeks with my second I'm due in October, every one is different but I think our gap is great :) you might just need some time and don't pressure ur self to have another if not ready :)1 day ago   ·  1
Angie HillsYour baby won't thank you for a sibling if being not ready yet means creating a stressful household ☺️ it can wait!1 day ago   ·  1
Meeks Louise ConnellDon't do it if ur not 100% positive that's what u and ur partner want. Just wait1 day ago   ·  1
Emma TriffittThere is 3 years between all 3 of my kids for a reason. It goes away in its own time when things settle.1 day ago
Kim KilianIf you don't want to go through being really sick and labour maybe adopt?1 day ago
Mariska SnymanHave a 10 yr old and a 6 month old. I wouldn't want it any other way. If you really aren't ready now don't force it.17 hours ago
Caitlin EdwardsI have 15 months between my two. Hg last pregnancy and my first was rocky as well. But we made do. Now they are 2&3 all is good1 day ago
Vanessa Gucic👌🏽👌🏽👌🏽🙋🏽 someone wrote this for me. In the same boat.15 hours ago
Juno Whiunui Tewhare BevanEach birth is different.1 day ago
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Have any mummy's gone on to deliver vaginally after a 3C tear? I had 3C tearing from vaginal delivery of baby #1 (10monthsold) and I am now 16weeks preggo. So there will be 16months between them. I'm too scared that I will re-tear on scar tissue. Anyone in a similar situation and what was your tearing outcome with baby #2?
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Lara McAllisterI had a 3C tear with bub 1 (was a millimetre off being a 4th degree) and just recently had bub number 2, 13.5 months between them. I had a 2nd degree tear the second time around. Not a problem at all. Listen to the nurses/midwives/doctors when they tell you to push slowly at the end so you don't push bub out too quickly, it helps.2 days ago   ·  3
Catherine Leighmy only advise on this is dont give birth laying on your back. it is soooo against the forces of gravity......try all 4's or standing up. sounds stupid but works. birthed all 4 babies either standing or on 4's and will do the same with 5th.2 days ago   ·  3
Tammryn PetersenI met a mum of three in hospital who had a similar issue with tearing. She tore bad with the first, tore less with the second but still quite badly. She opted for a water birth with the third and said it was amazing. She tore a lot less than the first two. I had an episiotomy with my first, opted for a water birth with my second and only had grazing and a slight tear. I found it much easier, as the warm water and pressure seemed to aid in relaxing perineum. My midwife also gave me a brochure towards the end on perineum prep for labour. Not sure if any of this will help you.2 days ago   ·  1
Jade KrossI had a 4th degree tear that required surgery with my first who is now 6 months. I'm terrified of it happening again next time around. Would love to hear some positives stories! All the doctors have told me I can opt for a c section but nothing about how to help me have a natural birth without tearing so badly again.2 days ago   ·  1
Melanie McCannI had an emergency c section with my Bub - the recovery is still huge. No matter what way you give birth, your still amazing. Your grew a baby and was kept safe and healthy as well. Hope everything goes well for you2 days ago   ·  1
Alison RobertsI had a 3rd degree tear with my first. As for my second (21 months later)...they had to give me an episiotomy because there was some scar tissue inside that she made bleed when coming down the birth canal. Because the OB gave me an episiotomy it was such an easy healing process. 1000 times easier then the third degree tear. And I was on my back for both births. First was 22 hours and second birth was 1.5 hours.2 days ago
Aleeshia BartoloneOmg this post is exactly what I need help with. I if the exact same tear and am 20 weeks pregnant now. My ob has suggested an endo anal ultrasound to see if there is any damage to the back passage muscles. Not that I have had any issues but This is going to help with my decision and my midwives are going to show me perineal massage etc. I'm worried about the damage/problems that it can cause if I do re tear after birth. Ie fecal incontinence2 days ago
Adriana SlatteryWhat if I have an overactive pelvic floor due to training? my first bub was only 3.4kg with 3B tear. bub #1 was a 10hr active birth. by the 8th hr I couldnt handle the back and hip pain as he was stuck. Ended with an epidural but was 8cm so still felt it. I birthed wonderfully though MWife was impressed with the core control but his shoulders did the damage. If it was a clean tear I think id ne ok. but the OB said its like a whipper snipper went off in there with a reconstruction needed and blood transfusion due to blood loss. Really freaked out about retearing and ending up with a bag 🙈2 days ago
Rachel KentI had a 3B tear with my first and am now 18 weeks with #2. My eldest will have just turned 2 when the next arrives. My obstetrician advised a few things to try and prevent it happening again including having an epidural to slow things down as last time she was born really quickly even though I wasn't actively pushing as her head came out. She also advised lying on my left side to reduce the pressure on the scar tissue (last time I was kneeling) and so reduce the risk of tearing on the scar, and also having warm compresses on the perineum during delivery. Perhaps discuss some of these options with your doctor and see what they think.1 day ago
Natalie GriffithsI had a 3rd deg tear with my first, almost 4th deg. The recovery was not pleasant, however with my second (7 years apart) they were initially worried about another tear until they saw that it had healed perfectly. During the birth bub needed to be vacuum extracted so they ended up doing an episiotomy which healed much quicker and felt far less painful while recovering that the tear.1 day ago
Trudy SpreadboroughI had a 4th deg tear with my first (8lb 11oz) as she came out in a hurry and with her arm beside her face. I've just had my 2nd bub (8lb 2oz) 2wks ago, only 2nd deg tear this time. First time round took a while to heal. No problems at all this time, pretty much healed already :) if you listen to the midwife she'll guide you. Good luck x2 days ago
Jaz JohnsonHad a second degree tear with first she was 8lb 4. Had stitches with it. Had back labour with her amd when i got a contraction i kept collapsing if i was standing or on all fours Second was 8lb 13 and only a small graze, induced with drip, had him on my back as well because i kept collapsing again..2 days ago
Reshaye QuinnI had my girls 16 months apart. First bubs 9 pound 1 had a borderline 4 degree tear. 2nd baby was bigger 9 pound 6 and had 2nd degree tear. Your midwife will help to prevent re-tearing. The only issue i had from my first tear was whilst pregnant at the end arpund 34 weeks it would hurt like it was stretching.2 days ago
Kaley BullockSo I had a 4th degree tear with my first bub and had my second bub 20 months later. I was booked in for a c section considering the risk if I tore again. Bub no. 2 had other ideas and came in such a rush there was no time for a c section so was delivered naturally. I was given a precautionary episiotomy and didn't tear any further than that, the recovery was amazing compared to first time around. Admittedly though bub no. 2 was born much smaller which certainly helped. I'm currently pregnant with number 3 and have no idea how I will deliver this time 😬2 days ago
Crystal SheanI tore badly with my first however didnt tear with my 2nd & 3rd. With no 1 I was pushing and couldn't stop myself to slow down bub even when the midwives tried to get me to stop. (I was scared and in pain and didn't realise the damage i was doing by continuing to push) However bubs 2&3 i got my breathing under control and didn't push at all just breathed them out and had amazing births with very minor grazing. Even with bub 2 having a 36cm head and his arm beside it. The midwives were amazed i wasnt torn internally and externally. Strongly recommend just breathing out your bubs and allowing your body to push them out in its own time (i think it may be called the ejection reflex)2 days ago
Laura GraceI used and Epi-no it helps with stretching in preparation for child birth and pelvic floor. I used it religiously and happy to say no tears. Wasnt cheap but am so so happy I did.2 days ago   ·  1
Mandii MooI think its like labour time or gestation. U cant know. My second gave me 4 degree bad demage. Third gave me third. Forth gave me graces and 5th did nothing. This week I'll find out what 6th does. Best of luck2 days ago
Alisha Forrest3rd deter tear, episiotomy etc with my first, I delivered on my back. 2nd baby no tears or stitches, delivered on my knees ! I do believe delivering on my knees is what saved me!!! and listen when they tell you to slow down with your pushing!2 days ago
Mel RossMe that was me with my first I had stitches like you wouldn't believe I then unexpecdidly fell pregnant again which mean there was only hoingbto be 16mths apart but all was OK :) thank god....2 days ago
Carmen Webb#1 episiotomy, #2 2nd degree, #3 1st degree, #4 2nd degree.. i tore on the side , im not sure if i kept tearing there or somewhere else i never looked or touched.. it freaks me out.. healing was pretty much the same.2 days ago
Emma SheridanI had the same and due to such a difficult labour being so long without progressing I am terrified to deliver naturally with no 2 when the time comes and due to the trauma and anxiety I am being offered and suggested by my ob that o should have a c section as I don't labour well. Mind you 3 days of labour 26 hr of active labour and took 18h to get above 3cm then 1h45 of pushing. Almost had intervention with vontuse but when he's head finally moved off my bladder he came quite quickly and that's how I tore. It took ages to work out why he wasn't coming and wasn't until getting a catheter in for the epi that's where his head was. I had so much fluids cos of dehydrated and exhaustion that they didn't know where it was going cos nothing was passing. I hate to scare you but dr also said it is hard to say if you will tear down the same line but I won't be taking the risk. I gave feeling labour an almighty go and not going again2 days ago
Molly VeronicaMy babes were 10.5 months apart - I had a third degree tear with my first and not even a graze with my second. Two totally different births2 days ago   ·  1
Shirone AramaHad a 3c tear then had another bub natural with no tears! It's more than possible to not tear at all like I did. Just breathe and listen to your body and midwife bol x2 days ago
Tiarn BlueI had very bad tearing and an epi with my first. Second baby 17 months later and no tearing at all. Try not to deliver bubs laying on your back. Let gravity help bubs out x2 days ago
Jessica SmedesFirst was 3 degree (7lbs) second was a first degree (10lbs) but I had my second in the water and in an upright position, this may help for you also good luck xx2 days ago
Victoria ParkeMy first a slight graze no tearing, my second had to have an episiotomy and i tore aswell, very different in weights but all just depends on position aswell2 days ago
Nicole Maree DownYes, second bub was only just a 2ND degree tear and he was much bigger 8lb1oz - 9lb10oz. Just a note too, I tore along my previous scar line.2 days ago
Erin ByngeI had an epesiotomy with my first and gave birth to my second 12 months later I tore but not in the same spot and it was only a 2nd degree teat2 days ago
EM MazzI agree with positioning!! First bubs was terrible (on back and tore) Second bubs i was sitting/standing up until the last minute and it was a lot better.2 days ago
Julie-Anne HeinrichMy friend had extremely bad tearing inside and out with #1 and with #2 nothing at all. It was even a very fast birth so was surprising2 days ago
Annie RichardsonI never got a third degree tear but I've read massaging your scar can help. Not sure if it's worked for anyone.2 days ago
Leah PogsonLOTS of perennial massage. Honestly.do it. It's extremely understated..all women should be told to do this ☺☺2 days ago
Leesa BoumanWith my first tore badly, 2nd baby no tare at all! X2 days ago
Alexandra MarieI tore with both of my 2 kids. Position of birth makes a difference as well. I birthed both of my 2 on my back on the bed.2 days ago
Sophie MilicevicWow thanks for the advice ladies. I tore twice and this Bub is due in October but this I will not forget 😁2 days ago
Anita Nutting3rd degree baby number 1, 2nd degree baby number 2. Amazing recovery second time around. Gap 2 years 3 months.2 days ago
Kaitlyn GreigI had a 3b tear with my first and had my second 3.5yrs after and had an episiotomy which reduced my risk of tearing again2 days ago
Jessica NaylerI had a 3rd degree tear with my first, had my second daughter just under 16 months later and had a minor 2nd degree tear.2 days ago
Chantel GoodchildHow do you find out what degree of tear that you had?2 days ago
Sarah Victoria Rose CorcoranI had a water birth and didn't suffer any tears.2 days ago
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Megan BlairI loved my SRC recovery shorts started wearing them one day after delivering. By six weeks my abdominal separation had re joined. I also loved the back support from them while lifting my little one. Good luck! 😊2 days ago   ·  14
Maddy HardyI had gotten one because with family history c section was likely, and I'd heard people use them to help with abdominal support during recovery. I did have a cesarean, I was too nervous to wear it the first few days, then tried it a few times but never ever found it comfortable and would press into my scar and in general was more of a pain in the butt than anything. But I feel like if you don't allow yourself to use your core muscles properly, they're not going to gain their strength back properly. Make conscious efforts when it comes to posture and lifting baby.2 days ago   ·  1
Pepper GriffithsBelly bandit! I had a c section and started wearing it pretty soon after birth as it gave great support. Only catch was I had to buy two as my stomach shrank past the large down to medium pretty quick! Just my experience but my stomach muscles have gone back together well too which I was concerned about after having a fairly big baby 😊2 days ago   ·  1
Kristy HancockI've been wearing basic shapewear from big w and went to the physio today... my four finger abdominal separation has almost completely healed without any exercise and bub is 6wks old. Just concentrate on holding your tummy in as much as you can and not letting it flop out :)2 days ago   ·  1
Natalie NeighbourI had a belly band given to me by a physio after my c-section it was a slip on one like sucky-in undies but you could just set into it, but I didn't find I have to use it and I recovered quickly and didn't have any worries or concerns with recovery!2 days ago   ·  1
Erin WarrenI got the belly bandit (bamboo) as a lot of my friends have recommended it (I'm due in 2 weeks). Not sure that there is too much science behind it in terms of making you 'snap back into shape' but there is science behind supporting your core and back muscles at all stages of life. My friends and the website tell you to wear it straight after birth every day and night (take off when showering)2 days ago   ·  1
Bek WebbI have one similar to the first picture and love it. I put it on as soon as I could after birth. My Ab separation is pretty much gone after 2.5 weeks. I just purchased mine off evay2 days ago   ·  2
Kristen CarrollI absolutely loved mine. I had a c-section.i used every day for the 6 week recovery it was brilliant to build up support for my belly and to heal scar but helped with back pain from pregnancy and even tightened my belly up a bit. I started straight away once I got home from hospital. 😁 the one I used was a wrap around with Velcro to pull everything in front/back and sides2 days ago
Heather MatthewsI was tossing up weather to buy one but I didn't in the end and I was back to my pre-baby tummy in about a week and back to my pre-baby weight in about 2-3weeks. I got lucky I guess (first bub). I'm not sure if I'd get one next time... after my first experience I figure I'd give my body a chance at first as it's designed to heal without one.2 days ago
Amy Heathwww.csectionrecoverykit.com/support-binder-wrap.htmlLOVED my recovery belt! I used it from the first time I got out of bed after delivery and it was fantastic. I could move around with minimal pain straight away.2 days ago
Carla EasterHi Bec, i had abdominal separation from my pregnancy. Bub now 8mths. I was advised by the physio in hospital to wear support. She gave me a section of tupigrip, that i stepped into and stretched up over my hips onto my stomach. My separation was about 4cm.2 days ago
Melissa ElphinstoneI had a c section and found that any tightness or pressure on my scar would be uncomfortable. (I soon fit back into my skinny jeans but it would hurt my scar) so I didn't buy anything to hold my tummy in2 days ago
Jasmine LaurenceI need this ASAP My separation was bad third time around I have a 3yr old 2yr old and a 3 week old I will start physio exercises but this will help heaps I rekon I have tubi grip that I wore throughout pregnancy that is good too2 days ago
Connie RadeckerI got SRC recovery and it def helped I had to have c section though so waited few weeks before wearing and my stomach went back flat Plus they were comfy on my scar so winning1 day ago
Caitlin BelvedereI wore the SRC recover shorts from the day after delivery for 6 weeks and I highly recommend them. I had a 2 1/2 finger abdominal separation and it brought it back to under 1 finger. Good luck2 days ago
Jess MitchellI used my waist trainer 4 days post c-section for added support. I didnt have any seperation so not sure if it helps that. I did find i could do alot more with the suppport of it.2 days ago
Aisha NomaddI never had streych marks after my child was born, i wanted my belly to go fown faster so I bought one. After a week of wearing it...i broke out in stretch marks all around my sides. Stick to body shapers. These put too much pressure on your skin.2 days ago
Stacey TurnerI bought one that came highly recommended and hated it. It rolled every time I sat down and was horrible. They refunded me but I had to pay to send it back2 days ago   ·  1
Nadine RichardsonWe have the easiest and the cheapest bamboo belly belt. My girls love them. And I see so many differences between the not just in prevention of back pain and flattening the belly but also in energy levels as I think it pulls in the Hara and helps us feel supported. shebirths.com/post-natal-belly-belt/2 days ago   ·  1
Emma Jane AinsworthShrink x worked fantastically for me I put on straight away and wore for 6 weeks al the time except for showering, I had a c section too2 days ago
Jessica JakovaSRC recovery shorts are amazing. Start as soon after delivery as is comfortable and wear about 6 weeks.2 days ago
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