The Birth Place Study showed that generally home was the safest place for low risk second time mums. This was a study to look at the different places for birth and the safety for mother and baby as well as costs implications. It is an interesting study you can find some information about it here. … Continue reading International Home Birth Day
I got to meet Katy Bowman in person this week. A huge moment for me and yes I was star struck! I had the luck that she was running a workshop just an hour away from me. And before that I was at our annual Home Education Circus Camp. Camping in a field, lots … Continue reading I met Katy Bowman! And how quality is more important than quantity
Walking is taken for granted by many of us. It’s a big milestone in the majority of babies development and once we’ve mastered it we don’t really think about it much. Walking is really good – so many mental and physical health benefits daily walks make a perfect regular exercise activity. It’s a way to … Continue reading Do you need a baby cow to help you walk better?
May is Suffolk’s Walking Festival – I love seeing all the different walks arranged but also reflect on all the amazing walks available to us here in Suffolk. So why get fit for walking? Well, the alignment issues you have in standing will be exacerbated while you are walking, so pressure on your pelvic floor … Continue reading In celebration on walking
Are pregnancy symptoms inevitable? If you’ve been told that back ache, pelvic pain, leg cramps, sore feet and abdominal weakness are to be expected during pregnancy and that there is not a lot that can be done about it, then read on. It would appear from the internet, books, tv and talking to other people … Continue reading Have you been told pregnancy causes symptoms you can do nothing about?