When I was pregnant with my first child, I heard about hypnobirthing at the hospital where I was taking antenatal classes. Without even bothering to understand what hypnobirthing is, I immediately decided that I didn’t need it.
There are a ton of baby products on the market that are a complete waste of money. However, there are basic newborn products that are probably on every mum’s shopping list at some stage but are in reality extremely shortlived, i.e. you won’t need them for more than six months after birth.
Many first time mums naturally assumes that sterilising bottles is a no-brainer (I did too). In this article I present what health organisations around the world say about sterilising baby bottles, and what the current recommendations are.
Are you paying too much for pregnancy vitamins without knowing their nutritional composition? I decided to find out the best pregnancy vitamins available in Australia with the most value in terms of nutrition and cost.
How much does private healthcare for pregnancy really cost? Do you know what it actually covers? And how does it compare to the public healthcare system in terms of benefits and costs? In this first part of the series The Financially Savvy Mum, I research and look into the real costs of private and public healthcare in Australia for mums-to-be.
A comparison of the Redsbaby Jive with others in terms of price, dimension, ratings and other factors. Plus, an honest review of our experience using the Redsbaby Jive Tandem Pram.