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Sally Goodwin
Friday, 17 November 2023 / Published in Home Birth, Labour & Birth, Newborn Care, Postnatal Care
new born baby with teddy
Every year, on November 17th, World Prematurity Day is observed to raise awareness about the challenges faced by premature babies and their families. Premature birth, defined as birth before 37 weeks of gestation, affects millions of infants worldwide. In this blog, we will explore the reasons behind premature births, discuss important considerations when caring for
Meghan Steed
Monday, 06 November 2023 / Published in Home Birth, Labour & Birth, Postnatal Care
What happens after a home birth?
My job frequently involves witnessing women at their most powerful and fierce; seeing them birth their baby and wrapping them safely in their arms; watching as their face changes from pure strength to a soft, peaceful, and elated look; and quietly observing as they flood their newborn with protective safe smiles and introductions. I am
Rachel Ollier
Friday, 03 November 2023 / Published in Home Birth, Labour & Birth
water births by Private Midwives
Homebirth, an age-old practice that has witnessed a revival in recent years, embodies the essence of women’s strength and resilience. By choosing to birth at home, women warmly embrace the idea of bringing their child into the world in a familiar and soothing environment. It is important to note that every pregnancy and birth is
Mark Williams
Wednesday, 25 October 2023 / Published in Mens Health, Postnatal Care
Mark Williams and partner
We have all heard about new mums and “baby blues” and in more extreme cases, postnatal depression, but what about new dads? Can dads get postnatal depression too? In this blog, leading campaigner for dads mental health, Mark Williams, talks about postnatal mental health for new dads. Can Dads Get Postnatal Depression? Yes, Fathers can