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Introducing the Little Bairn ‘Ask an Expert Panel’

Are you a new mum with a question about your baby? Are you struggling with sleep deprivation? Do you need some general guidance as you navigate the ups and downs of motherhood? We have some exciting news this week as we introduce you to the Little Bairn Ask an Expert Panel! We have teamed up with some amazing professionals who are here to answer your questions – on anything from pregnancy and childbirth to breastfeeding and baby care. Our expert panel includes Jo Ryan, author of BabyBliss; Pippa Buxton, Midwife; and Jamie Hocking, a pregnancy coach and Hypnobirthing Practitioner. If you have a question for our panel, submit it to us at Questions and answers will be posted on our...

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BOOK REVIEW: ‘A Monster Ate My Mum’

  I first came across this book–A Monster Ate My Mum–not because I have suffered from postnatal depression myself, but because of my work with women as I train to become an infant massage instructor. I love it so much that I would like to share it with you. While I can’t speak personally about the debilitating effects of PND, I understand enough (as a woman, mother and friend) to know it’s vital for us to be able to speak openly and honestly about the illness. A Monster Ate My Mum was written by Jen Faulkner, a mother of three who has suffered pre or post-natal depression with each of her children. When pregnant with her third child, she wanted...

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A warmhearted welcome

The start of 2014 marks a new venture for us here at Little Bairn – we’re moving into the Blogosphere! Our vision for this blog is to create a valuable source of information for our customers – providing tips and articles on anything from baby sleep to the latest research in baby brain development. If there is something you’d like to see covered, please let us know! As a brief disclaimer – I am not a medical professional. I am, however, an avid consumer of research and have access to a wide variety of professionals to provide me with advice and counsel. Of course, if you have any concerns about your little bairn’s health or wellbeing, please consult a health...

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