My Pregnancy Week 35.Pregnancy Week 35 and it's Christmas. I’m not sure what I love more Christmas itself, or playing ‘All I want for Christmas is You’ by Mariah Carey on constant repeat.
About Kerryn BoyleKerryn is a Pregnancy Exercise and Postnatal Exercise Specialist and the Founder of PregActive. Kerryn’s areas of expertise includes providing women with safe diastasis recti exercises to help heal abdominal separation. Kerryn's strives to promote and support a healthy lifestyle for all pregnant women and new mothers.
Iron deficiency in pregnancy is common, especially in the third trimester. These babies just take all our iron and often we are left with feelings of fatigue and exhaustion that is beyond the ‘normal’ levels for pregnancy. Getting a blood test and seeing your iron levels is important. But it’s just the start!
My Pregnancy Week 33. Hospital Bag when Pregnant. This style of packing is like no other I’ve ever done before. Normally, when going on holiday, I lay out what I’m going to take, and then, last minute I do a mad rush and pack half the house with me too.
Postnatal Depletion and Baby brain. As a mother to a gorgeous three year-old herself, Angi uses her knowledge to help other mothers through this journey of Motherhood
My Pregnancy Week 32. For our wedding, instead of having a guest book, we created postcards of our adventures across the world. We had one for every guest and asked them to write on the back a memory
My Pregnancy Week 31. I am loving that I see a range of health care professionals. And the key is asking them why. If they say something, I’m the first to ask them to explain it. Because if they can explain it, and it makes sense, it means they know what they’re talking about.
Pain Relief during Labour. Every Pregnant woman wants to know her pain management options when it comes to labour and birth. Pain relief during labour is what we want to know about. This podcast helps provide tips to help inform pregnant women of the options they have, including non-medicated pain relief options.
My pregnancy week 30. And here we are, week 30! I feel like it’s absolutely going to fly from here… but at the same time, start to feel really slow! Back a few months, a friend gave me a whole bunch of maternity clothes.
My pregnancy week 29 - Last week in my twenties. I feel like age and weeks of pregnancy are similar. Once you hit 30, things change! This is my last week of being in my ‘twenties’ of my pregnancy! Crazy!
Optimising Baby Positioning podcast for pregnancy. What You Need to Know from Dr James Evans. Baby Positioning. Mother’s positioning and movement can actually have an effect on the way the baby lays in the womb in the final stages of pregnancy.
My Pregnancy Week 27 - Alright, it’s all getting real now in week 27. Third trimester and it’s time to get organised. I’ve had a few friends send me lists of what they got when they had their bub, and it’s been really useful.
My Pregnancy Week 26 - At the moment I have two of my best friends that are also due early next year! And I JUST found out that one of them, who was due three days behind of me had her due date changed to be just one day behind me.
My Pregnancy Week 25 - People Really Notice Now. It’s funny, you forget people look you up and down before they speak to you. I went to an aqua class on Sunday morning, just me and a bunch of oldies.
Running in Pregnancy and Post-Birth. You will love this pregnancy podcast where we talk about running when pregnant. What You Need to Know from Women's Health Physio, Beth Scott.
My Pregnancy Week 24 - The worrying has started…My gorgeous little bub is an active one. He loves kicking about and moving, particularly just before bed and as we wake in the morning.
Postnatal Depression Podcast Talking with Psychologist Rebecca Black. Listen to this incredible Podcast as we interview Rebecca on all things Postnatal Depression to help new Mothers around the world.
My pregnancy week 22, what to expect. My goodness, I am set! One of my best friends gave me a whole heap of maternity clothes and, basically has me all set up for now, for later when I’m HUGE, and for those early months