We’ve known for a long time that a baby can feel its mother’s heartbeat and hear her words in the womb. So parents-to-be are often told to talk and sing to their bumps to improve bonding. But now it’s believed that hearing their mother’s voice in utero also helps a child’s language and hearing.
Check out some of the most stylish maternity clothing and accessories on the market. We have found some amazing Australian brands as well as International labels you will love.
The “fourth trimester” – a time for babies to get to know life outside the womb, and for parents to get used to their new way of life. It’s also a time for mums to get acquainted with their “new” bodies – and let’s face it, those post-pregnancy bodies can take some getting used to.
They’re tired, emotional and getting sick of carrying around a huge full-term bump. Sound familiar? But these aren’t mums-to-be – they’re three dads who have decided to try pregnancy on for size.
Here’s a birth photo unlike any you’ve seen before. Baby Silas Johnson was born three months premature – and still inside the amniotic sac.
You’ve probably heard of a multitude of ways to kickstart labour – raspberry leaf tea, curry, acupuncture, walking or maybe even getting between the sheets – but how about a vigorous dance routine?