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A couple of Mums, also a Midwife and Teacher. Passionate about choice and informed consent in childbirth. Antenatal & birth workshops.
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Parent Prep 8h
One for those thinking about a homebirth.
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Parent Prep Nov 9
This is a really good animation of what happens during a Caesarean section. Nothing scary or gory just anatomy! Have a look.
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Parent Prep Nov 7
An important story to share. We shouldn’t underestimate the impact of birth trauma on men. It isn’t just women that suffer. Speak up Dads, you are not alone.
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Parent Prep Nov 1
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Parent Prep Oct 30
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Parent Prep Oct 24
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Parent Prep Oct 22
For any of you families to be out there, some information to help you choose where you should have your baby. ?
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Parent Prep Oct 18
Evening everyone! Are you or do you know someone who's pregnant? Consider our friendly antenatal classes at Horsforth Health Hub. Run by an experienced midwife. Places still available for our 5 week evening course...
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Parent Prep Oct 17
Still a couple of spaces left on our 5 week evening antenatal course starting Monday 5th November at Horsforth Health Hub. See our website or find us on Facebook
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Parent Prep Oct 17
Any of you lovely parent preppers interested in this?
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Parent Prep Oct 15
Another royal baby! Wonder if Megan and Harry want any antenatal classes? 😆
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Parent Prep Oct 11
Broccoli anyone? 😆
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Parent Prep Oct 4
Get your smears done ladies
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Parent Prep Sep 25
So hard not to compare yourself to others but look how different these two lovely ladies are! Same due date!
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Parent Prep Sep 21
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Parent Prep Sep 16
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Parent Prep Sep 16
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Parent Prep Sep 8
Anyone need a bedside cot?
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Parent Prep Aug 30
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Parent Prep Aug 10
It makes complete sense that fathers would suffer from postnatal depression as well as mothers. This is well worth a read.
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