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Pregnancy Awareness Month 2020 Competition

Stand  a chance of winning a hamper to the value of R6000! Includes various maternity and breastfeeding clothing items, as well as goodies for your precious baba   Simply ‘like’ our Facebook and Instagram pages, and leave a comment with
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It all starts with a good nights sleep | Annabella Maternity Mom & Baby

The Mom & Baby bond is a magical one. We have carefully put a range together that will help make life a little easier so that you can simply enjoy this special time. We have products for Mom both during and
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Pregnancy Yoga As Preparation for Birth

Prenatal Yoga Blog – Written by Carla Collins: My eldest daughter is 11 and I can scarcely believe that more than a decade has passed since I was pregnant with her. I clearly recall how terrifying, how difficult and strangely romantic
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World Breastfeeding Week 2016

Supporting World Breastfeeding Week 2016: In the high-tech world of the modern Neonatal ICU there is no substitute for breastmilk. All over the world it is recognised that only breastmilk offers premature babies the nutrition and protection essential for their
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Longing for something (someone) so deeply….

Early losses are difficult to understand (if you are the mommy going through it), more difficult to explain (if you have an audience of family and friends staring at you in disbelieve as to why you are still trying to conceive as clearly it is not working), even harder to come to terms with (especially if you have seen that little heart and heard it beating more than once on an ultrasound), and most definitely never forgotten (if you carry the scars in your heart, the ultrasound pictures in you drawer and the unopen baby clothes in your nursery cupboard). Continue reading

You’re pregnant!!

“You’re pregnant”…isn’t that what every woman who has ever wanted to have a child longs to hear? Especially someone with a history of miscarriages, endometriosis and fibroids, who is over forty and just got married…that is completely clumsy… oh wait that describes me to a “T” Continue reading

Pregnancy Diary – week 37 – How Hubby Can Help

These last few weeks can be a difficult time for hubby, as clearly you need help, yet it’s not always clear how he can help. Other than lifting Hannah out of the bath, carrying the groceries and spoiling me with the odd foot rub, there isn’t much else that Claude helps with. Continue reading

Pregnancy Diary – week 38 – Hospital in Style

This is literally my last week before baby arrives! I have unpacked and repacked my hospital bag several times and always seem to have something new to add to the list as a recommendation from friends. I also did my preregistration at the hospital this week, and they too gave me some important items I should bring along. Continue reading

Pregnancy Diary – Baby and Breastfeeding

Ashlea has welcomed Brooke Annabella Harvey into the world and has been kept busy breastfeeding her little one. Hear the truth about breastfeeding and some great tips to make it a success. I am going to be honest – it takes some time to get used to your day comprising of waking up, changing nappy, breast feeding, burping baby, lying baby down to sleep, making tea and breakfast, changing nappy, breastfeeding, burping baby… and next thing you know it’s 11am and you aren’t even out of your PJs! Continue reading

You can make a difference by donating breast milk while breastfeeding!

It’s true 50ml of breast milk a day could save a baby’s life? The unexpected arrival of a baby born too soon is a frightening and emotional time for parents. Just imagine how such a mother may feel if she is too ill or stressed to provide her fragile infant with her own lifesaving breast milk during those first critical days or weeks. Continue reading

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