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Chemical pregnancy grief matters

If you’ve never heard the term ‘chemical pregnancy’ before, it refers to a very early miscarriage when an egg is fertilised but doesn’t implant in the uterus. Chemical pregnancies are...

22 Jul 2021

Sensory play ideas for babies

Being a first time parent can be quite overwhelming in many respects. We know that a baby needs the basics to survive, such as food and sleep. But there is also the play component which can be...

20 Jul 2021

Support for new parents to cope in a pandemic

Having a baby, particularly for the first time, can be exhausting, anxiety-inducing, and incredibly isolating. So much time is spent at home recovering, getting to know your baby, and being up...

15 Jul 2021

Giving birth amidst a pandemic – What to expect

Pregnancy is a time of great joy for many women, but giving birth amidst a pandemic, most will be experiencing a deep sense of anxiety and fear. So, what can you expect if you will be giving...

It’s okay to not feel ok about birth during a pandemic

Many Australian pregnant women are facing more lockdowns, and in some hospitals, their partners are banned from postnatal wards. New mothers are left feeling alone and unsupported. Giving...

Playgroups taken online to reduce isolation at home

Playgroup Australia, a not-for-profit organisation, is continuing their amazing work of creating a village through play...but, now in the home. With ongoing lockdowns throughout the country (or...

13 Jul 2021

Tips to make tummy time more enjoyable

We know that tummy time is important, but many babies don’t like it at all. Who could blame them really - it must be like trying to do a push up while someone’s sitting on your back! It...

06 Jul 2021

The surprising best purees to start with (6+ months)

When it comes to introducing a baby to solids, the number one question for parents is usually: What foods do I start with? The go-to first food options such as banana, pumpkin, and apple are...

05 Jul 2021

The heartbreak of raising children with overseas grandparents

Bringing a child into the world during a pandemic has left countless new Australian mothers emotionally vulnerable. The grief that they have experienced, and are still experiencing, is the...

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