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If you’re starting to wonder, ‘Am I pregnant?’, then the best way to be sure is by doing a pregnancy test at around the time that your period would normally be due.
IVF– or in vitro fertilisation, stands for fertilisation taking place outside a woman’s body under controlled laboratory conditions.
The first few weeks after baby’s birth can be incredibly exciting but also very draining for a new mother.
Babies delivered by caesarean section, are not born vaginally but lifted out of the uterus through a surgical procedure.
It s not technically cats that you need to be worried during pregnancy it s more to do with their kitty litter.
It’s official! Your little one is now most definitely on the move and much of your time will be taken up chasing after them.
Many new mothers are advised that eating oranges, spicy food, onions and cabbage may upset their infant’s tummy and so should be avoided, but research suggests that for most babies these foods are not a problem.
There are all sorts of reasons why babies may still be offered a bottle although their mothers intend to breastfeed, or are breastfeeding.
Your little one’s first birthday party can be a source of a lot of fun and enjoyment for everyone involved.
Human beings are social creatures.
Childcare and toilet training.
Gender researchers suggest that boys and girls do in fact play quite differently and show clear preferences for different toys from an early age.
Babies, toddlers and kids today have lots of “stuff.
When you’re amassing all the gear you’ll need for a baby, it can seem like the costs just keep mounting up.
Bringing a baby into a household is an exciting but busy time.
Baby sign language has been shown to very beneficial to a baby’s language development.
Babies have always found a way of getting their messages across.
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So you ve just had your 12-week scan, and the reality of having a baby is hitting home! It s been just you and your partner on the journey so far and now it s time to tell your family and friends.
Congratulations! Now that your pregnancy is the real deal, it's time to break the good news to your nearest and dearest!
For most women confirmation of their pregnancy brings a range of emotions surprise, happiness, fear, delight, anxiety and for some, perhaps even disappointment.
Whether you are over the moon about your pregnancy or feeling a bit apprehensive, it s a great idea to consider jotting down your thoughts and feelings when you can.