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Your Pregnancy, Birth & New Baby Guide

Otis Baby

This guide is packed full of information, ideas and tips for you during pregnancy, for birth and as you adjust to life with your new baby.

  • Your 1st, 2nd & 3rd Trimesters
  • Pregnancy Again
  • Your Body
  • Antenatal Checks
  • Food, Exercise & Mental Health

  • Your Birth Plan
  • Your Birth Bag
  • Relax & Breathe
  • Positions For Labour & Birth
  • Going Over Your Due Date
  • Are You Ready For Labour & Birth?
  • Preparing For Your New Baby

  • Overview Of Labour & Birth
  • Positions For Labour & Birth
  • Relax & Breathe
  • Birth Support
  • Labour & Birth Checklist
  • Essentials For Induction
  • Essentials For Caesareans
  • Birth Debrief

  • Preparing For Your New Baby
  • Meeting Your Baby
  • Early Days
  • Newborn Sleep
  • Finding Your Feet As A Parent
  • Your Body After Birth
  • Reasons To Babywear

  • Breastfeeding – The First 6 Weeks
  • Breastfeeding Challenges
  • Why Women Stop Breastfeeding
  • Expressing Basics
  • Sterilising Basics
  • Bottle Feeding
  • Combination Feeding

  • Health Professionals
  • Pregnancy & Birth Words
  • Links To Useful Organisations

antenatal practitioner

Written by Janine Smith
As an experienced antenatal and postnatal practitioner, I wanted to write a useful guide, something full of knowledge, suggestions and thought-provoking information.

You can currently access this guide online – a guide to download is currently being created.

Your Pregnancy, Birth & New Baby Guide
Pregnancy Essentials
Birth Preparation Essentials
Labour & Birth Essentials
New Baby Essentials
Feeding Essentials
Useful Information

Copyright: Janine Smith

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