A birth plan helps your midwife understand your needs, wishes and expectations about giving birth. And although it is not essential to have one, a birth plan can help you feel more confident and in control when you go into the delivery ward. Over 70% of women now make a birth plan. Tips for making a birth plan:
Archive for June, 2009
It is important to look after yourself when you are pregnant. Here are some ideas to help stay healthy during pregnancy…
All babies deal with pain in a different way, some will have an easier time of it than others. Most babies with get a little grouchy and irritable. The first signs of teething usually begin a few months before the first tooth appears so you will need to look for particular symptoms to ensure that this is actually the cause:
All babies need to sleep so that they can grow and develop. Every baby has a different sleep pattern – some sleep through the night and others do not!