Author Archives: Keira

  • mama diary

    What is maternal mental health?

    What is maternal mental health? Maternal, or ‘perinatal’ mental health describes mental health in the period starting in pregnancy up to one year after the birth. We all have mental health, just as we all have physical health. What are the signs of a maternal mental health problem? Here are some common signs of maternal …

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    Spring Summer dress edit for maternity and beyond

    For maternity and beyond… because it makes sense! Here’s my pick of some Spring / Summer dresses from some lovely independent brands and a few from the high street that you can wear in pregnancy and beyond. I’ve chosen dresses that are not maternity, so some may not fit you right till the end, unless …

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  • How will I know when my child is ready for shoes?

    How will I know when my child is ready for shoes? There is something so adorable and precious about soft squidgy feet isn’t there? It’s no wonder so many parents get a twinge of excitement at the prospect of buying their baby’s first pair of shoes and why so many go on to keep this …

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  • BASE SKNCARE Proactive Age Kit Review

    I was given the chance to review the BASE SKNCARE Proactive Age Kit and I jumped at the chance. I am 43 and definitely feeling my age in the last few years (especially running around after a 20 month old.) I have never been brand loyal and used everything from one brand, so I was …

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  • What is Sleep Regression?

    (Photo by Michal Bar Haim on Unsplash) For new parents, their baby’s sleeping routine is a top priority. While parents struggle on with night after night of broken sleep, they continue to comfort their newborns and look for ways to improve their sleep. That’s why it can be so frustrating when you make progress (and finally get some …

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  • Reusable sanitary pads

    Do you suffer from really heavy periods or Endometriosis?

    A lot of people contact us who suffer from really heavy periods or endometriosis wondering if our reusable sanitary pads will work for them and the answer is yes! Endometriosis is defined as a condition where tissue similar to the lining of the womb starts to grow in other places, such as the ovaries and …

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  • Pranamat review

    I have been using the Pranamat massage set for the last few weeks and I wanted to share with you my review. I was initially really interested on reading up about the Pranamat as it had loads of good reviews, for relaxation (who would say no to a daily massage!) as well as for reducing …

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    Ideas to lift your mood

    It has been a crappy year. For all of us. With the thought of this carrying on into the winter we have to try and be positive and get joy from the things around us. Here are some of the things that have helped me when I am feeling a bit bleurgh! Put your favourite …

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  • Sleeping baby

    Proper Sleep Safety for SIDS Awareness Month

    Your guide to sleep safety for SIDS Awareness Month from We the  As mamas, doing the best for our little ones comes naturally. We want them to be healthy, happy, and safe, and when they’re snugly resting up, we want to know they’re not at risk. This means staying informed about a proper, healthy …

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  • baby Eliza's birth

    Birth Stories – Lauren’s story

    Hi, I am Lauren (or Lolly to my nearest and dearest) and we live in Buckinghamshire, somewhere between MK and Buckingham in a lovely little village. I became a mummy for the first time at 37 years. Refreshingly, I was never referred to as a geriatric mother. Apparently, the age was lifted! My daughter, Eliza, …

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