• Innovo Restore the Floor

    Restore your pelvic floor with Innovo

    #ad When you are pregnant,  have carried a baby and given birth, you are given all sorts of advice and exercises to follow to keep your pelvic floor in tip-top condition. Truth be told, it’s one of those things that you kind of forget to do. I started off pretty good at doing my pelvic […]

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  • Mummy Matters

    Finding my love of exercise again #getfitat40

    At school sport really wasn’t my thing at all, I did it because I had to, not because I enjoyed it although I did enjoy Cross Country and I got pretty good at it. I was even chosen to represent the school in a Regional Cross Country competition, I didn’t win it but I came […]

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  • Apps for Mums

    Apps for Mums

    There are lots of apps on the market for soon-to-be mums, and new mums. Where you want to track your baby’s development and progress, or have some time to yourself, or losing the baby weight, there’s apps for everything. Apps on the market The bump, which is available in both iTunes and Android, is an […]

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    Why I wish I had done exercise in pregnancy . . .

    It’s a bit late to complain about it now but looking back I really wish I had found the energy to exercise during each of my pregnancies. When pregnant with Little Bean, my beautiful first-born, I was working full time so I didn’t really have lots of time to exercise BUT I did do lots […]

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  • Mummy Matters

    An experienced Mum’s impression of #Bumpfest

    Rather like Supermodels who don’t get out of bed for some ridiculous sum of money, I don’t usually get out of bed before 6.30am if I can help it (since the night feeds stopped) but the lure of a child-free day out in London was just too much temptation for me so my alarm was […]

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    Modern parents shun technology for traditional play with their babies

    As the nation celebrated a very special first birthday, new research finds that Modern Britain isn’t so modern when it comes to playing with their babies, with a third of parents revealing that they never engage in technology-based play, opting for more traditional methods of play. New research, conducted by NCT (the UK’s largest parent […]

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    How to choose a baby name?

    Before friends and family get all excited here, NO I AM NOT PREGNANT AGAIN!! It’s just that I seem to have been having a LOT of conversations just recently about baby names. Quite a few friends are expecting babies at the moment and so obviously names have come up quite a lot in conversation. It […]

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