Please find here seome interesting and useful reading. They are external links and I don't have any contact with the people involved or control over the content of their websites.
If you have any questions on this section, please contact me.
This is a publication from the NHS. You can download whichever chapter you wish. It is full of very useful information : http://www.publichealth.hscni.net/publications/pregnancy-book-0
These are also interesting sites covering pregnancy and life with a baby :
http://www.nationalpartnership.org/assets/img/infographics/digital-infographic-for-women.png ( this is a really important infogram on what hormones get into action for labour and birthing your baby)
This is a video showing how a baby not disturbed can attach all by itself.
http://magicalhour.com/aboutus.html : this is a very important start to your baby's life. I encourage you to read it . Skin to Skin is not a few moments..
http://maternityathome.com/ : this is an interesting site going from pregnancy to infancy written by a Paedritic doctor.
http://knocked-upfitness.com/ : this site was suggested to me from a Mum as we could all do with keeping fit I thought it was good to share.
http://fittobepregnant.com/2013/06/27/50-healthy-meal-ideas-for-pregnancy-and-beyond/ : this again was suggested to me, love this lady's recipies.
http://www.annabelkarmel.com/recipes/pregnancy-recipes/ : I was trilled to be reminded of this lady, she saved my life when my boys were eating but I do ask you to read about baby led so
https://tout-simple.com/ : this is written by a Mum living in Paris. She also does catering for new parents, understanding the big importance on good nutrution for recovering, and the fourth trimester.
https://birthing4blokes.com/ : this is for the Fathers, when you just need to hear a blokes side of things. This is a british midwifes site, father of 4 I think.
https://www.basisonline.org.uk/ : this is a researcher from Durham University, UK - a MUST read site for keeping your baby safe while sleeping .
https://www.rie.org/ : this is an interesting infant/child education site
http://www.janetlansbury.com/ : this site was shared by a Mum, great advice.
https://tout-simple.com/ : this is a great blog on family living generally but also in Paris.
http://www.nancymohrbacher.com/multimedia/ : scroll down for the infograms on breast capacity in English, French and other languages
http://www.annabelkarmel.com/recipes/pregnancy-recipes/ : I was trilled to be reminded of this lady, she saved my life when my boys were starting to eat family foods but I do ask you to read about baby led solids.
https://www.breastfeedingaversion.com/ : a wonderful Lady has started this platform to make awareness of this issue for nursing Mums. Read and don't be afraid of what you are experiencing.
http://www.morethanreflexes.org/ : this is a really interesting site on newborn babies learning through pratice and how it can be derailed.