The more full you are with energy, positivity and calm, the more you can share that goodness with others. Check out this Pregnancy well being program that you can sign up for over the coming months, so you start the year off with a good dollop of self-care. Plus, some wisdom and insight from the wonderful woman who runs it.February 23, 2020
Already a mum of two, when Lala Langtry White had twins she realised there needed to be a better support network for mums in the UAE. Her own experience inspired her to offer antenatal classes specifically to help expectant mums to multiplesFebruary 11, 2020
One of the first mums to give birth at King’s College Hospital London, in Dubai Hills, shares her experience of the hospital’s midwife-led care and high-quality prenatal and postnatal supportMay 23, 2019
Although breech babies (those positioned bottom-down in late pregnancy) usually mean an automatic C-section in the UAE, Leanne Moss, founder of White Moss Home Decor, describes how she managed to give birth to her daughter naturally – feet firstApril 11, 2019
From marriage certificates to baby passports and visas, so much documentation is required to give birth in the UAE that at first it’s just plain confusing. Here’s your pregnancy- and newborn-paperwork action plan...
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They cry with an accent, and other curious truths that make newborns even more amazing than you think
With sex-selection technology becoming more affordable and more common, the statistics are showing an overwhelming preference for girls. So what is it about mother-daughter relationships that is causing this pro-pink bias?
New research suggests that, contrary to official advice, even low-level caffeine consumption during pregnancy (including chocolate!) may be detrimental to your baby’s health