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Blog Why Does My Baby Cry All Day

Why Does My Baby Cry All Day?

A baby’s cry is a funny thing. I remember the moment my little chicken was born. I held my breath, waiting to hear him cry. This miracle sound that tells you he is breathing. And it was then, and only then, that I allowed myself to catch a breath with him. Fast forward 6 weeks […]

Things Dad Should Know After Birth Featured

10+ Things Dad Should Know After Birth

I am the proud father of one bouncing newborn baby boy! This is my first blog post so hopefully you will enjoy it and I would love to hear your feedback, any comments would be greatly appreciated. Here I am going to give you some advice of being a father, the following contains 10+ things […]

Blog 3 Breastfeeding Tips

3 Breastfeeding Tips That Work For Me

I have mentioned in a previous post that breastfeeding is proving to be the most difficult and challenging thing I have set myself up to do so far. Ideally, I want to breastfeed exclusively until we can start introducing solids and continue offering the breast until at least 18 months. During my pregnancy I tried to […]

Blog Postpartum Life 3 New Challenges

Postpartum Life: 3 New Challenges

Our little chicken is just over 2 weeks old! It has been intense so far. There are so many new challenges in our lives. Both my husband and I are having to learn how to manage these changes personally and as a couple. There is no reading in the world that can prepare you for […]

Blog Birth Plan Vs Reality

Birth Plan Vs Reality

Our Newest Member Of The Cramond Clan! We are over the moon (poor pun) to announce that our little chicken has arrived safely and almost to plan. A birth plan must be used as a guideline, not a bible. Births are uncontrollable and unpredictable so you must approach with an open mind. I had a […]

Blog 5 Reasons I Want To Breastfeed

5 Reasons I Want To Breastfeed

There is a lot of information out there about breastfeeding. Some of it very contradicting. I am a strong believer that being over-informed is not beneficial. Each baby has different needs and each Health Visitor/Midwife/Doctor will give you different advice. I think we need to follow our instinct and learn the specific needs of our […]

Blog 6 Tips & Tricks To Help Labour

6 Tips & Tricks To Help Labour

Our due date is the 31st of May, but we are fairly certain our little chicken is going to come a bit late. Due dates are a funny thing because there is an open window of approximately 5 weeks around that date in which baby can come. The issue we have is that my mother […]

Blog How I Packed My Hostpital Bag

How I Packed My Hospital Bag In 3 Steps

My husband has been panicking for the last 3 weeks over the hospital bag. I must confess I am an ‘I’ll do that tomorrow’ kind of person. He needs everything organised and if possible a checklist to make sure nothing gets forgotten. There are many lists of what to pack, including those that like to […]

Blog Pain Relief During Labour

Pain Relief During Labour

This can be a touchy subject. There is so much expected from women that we are most likely doomed to make the wrong decision. Society expects us to be perfect, but also is quick to criticise every move we make. I feel that if we decide to embrace pain relief we will be seen as […]