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 Paediatrician
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.
Strictly necessary cookies guarantee functions without which this website would not function as intended. As a result these cookies cannot be deactivated. These cookies are used exclusively by this website and are therefore first party cookies. This means that all information stored in the cookies will be returned to this website.
Functional cookies enable this website to provide you with certain functions and to store information already provided (such as registered name or language selection) in order to offer you improved and more personalized functions.
Performance cookies gather information on how a web page is used. We use them to better understand how our web pages are used in order to improve their appeal, content and functionality.
Marketing / Third Party Cookies originate from external advertising companies (among others) and are used to gather information about the websites visited by you, in order to e.g. create targeted advertising for you.