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Early Years Sleep Guide
Our fab friends at Kid Central have published this wonderful sleep guide for babies - newborn to 4 months old. Written for ergoPouch by Cindy Davenport, Clinical Director at SafeSleepSpace, its a brilliant read for new expecting and new mums.
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4 Tips for Staying Fit this Christmas!!
Our lovely resident expert fitness guru Lily Gredley offers some encouraging words and a 15/20 minute exercise set to help us keep fit - even after those salted nibbles or 10th quality street choccy!
What to expect when you are expecting - The Third Trimester!
Excellent advice from The Insta Midwife - Cara McCarthy
Wow! Where did that go? Yes you are now two thirds down, and one to go! You are probably getting very excited now, and also a little nervous! That is quite natural and normal! The prospect of birth is very daunting, all the unknowns. How will it feel? How will you know what to do? When will it happen? It can be quite overwhelming, but just remember, you were made to do this! Read on for more wise words....
What to expect with you are expecting - The Second Trimester!
More Advice from The Insta Midwife Cara McCarthy talking about whats happening now you are a third of the way through your pregnancy and in the second trimester - you may even have started to see a bump appearing!
Diastasis Recti..... What is it?
If you are pregnant or have just had a baby and heard of this symptom but have no idea what this common pregnancy issue is, then please read on as its explained by our lovely Resident Expert Pre and Post Natal Exercise Specialist Lily Gredley.
Should You Wake A Sleeping Baby? Our Resident Expert Baby Sleep Consultant Emily Kelly of Snoozy Sleep answers this age-old question!
NEVER WAKE A SLEEPING BABY!!! You have all heard this, right? Normally from incredibly well-meaning grandparents, aunties or friends, but is there actually any truth in this piece of parenting advice? To put it quite simply, no, and here is why ......
What to expect when you are expecting! By The Insta Midwife Cara McCarthy
Cara is a Qualified Midwife who has worked in the NHS for the last 4 years. She specialises in antenatal care and postnatal care with a special interest in education. Cara loves working with women to ensure they have all the tools to equip them with the knowledge to empower them on this magnificent and yet, sometimes, scary journey to motherhood. For her first blog for Style My Kid she starts at the very beginning ....
Love Bombing – How Emotional Connection Can Support Sleep
Written by Emily Kelly @Snoozy_Sleep
As we start to slowly navigate our way into what is now our new normal and our little people start to go back to school and nursery, it is not a surprise that their overnight sleep may be affected. Emily offers words of advice on how to interact with your young ones to help them settle down at bedtime.
A guide to the Do’s and Don’ts of exercising when pregnant by Pre & Post Natal Trainer Lily Gredley
I know many people are confused about what they can and can’t do when it comes to exercising whilst pregnant so I have written a rough guide of the ‘do’s and don’t’s’ which I’m hoping will give you a little more confidence about exercising safely.
Routines Do Not Mean House Arrest – How To Create A Good Routine For Your Baby (6 months+)
The brilliant Emily Kelly - Sleep consultant @Snoozy_Sleep offers more fantastic parenting advice - this time about baby routines and how they should fit in with your life! Including a basic example of a routine, and how you can flex things depending on what you have planned for the day.
Why working out for mum’s is important
Hi! I am Lily Gredley, Personal trainer and pre/post natal specialist... If you’ve stumbled on this post, welcome to the Style My Kid Resident Experts blogs and thanks for reading.
If you’ve never worked out before and wondering if you should, or if you’re usually a regular to the gym but not sure if you should be training now you’re pregnant, please read on…