Thanks so much for coming to this page. I need your help!
Mother Cuppa Magazine was created last year to provide useful and interesting articles and guides for expectant and new parents.
There isn’t really a pregnancy-birth-baby-parenting magazine written with a foundation of professional knowledge, expertise and experience of working with parents. At the heart of what I do is supporting parents, not advertisers.
My practice is all about good knowledge, what you can do and focusing on what you need as an individual. It’s not about being told what you ‘should’ be doing, it’s about being informed, empowered and having more confidence to do what works for you and your family – Mother Cuppa Magazine is an extension of that.
Mother Cuppa Magazine currently has essentials for:
With guides and checklists to read and download.
I will keep adding to these sections.
I have recently added free workshops focusing on:
- positions for labour & birth
- labour and birth challenges
- pain management options
- being induced
- using an epidural
- having a waterbirth
I will soon be adding postnatal workshops as well.
I would like to add:
- more mum, dad and grandparent experiences/stories highlighting the reality of the different parenting challenges
- practical information and links to maternity units, services and support in the North East
- a small number of sponsors to help fund the magazine, focusing more on small businesses and family-friendly brands
I would love to know what you would like to read about pregnancy, birth, birth recovery, the 4th trimester and early parenting.
If you could fill in this form and let me have your thoughts and ideas, I would really appreciate it.
Here’s a bit about me – In my 20s I was a magazine journalist until I moved North, started my family and retrained as an antenatal & postnatal practitioner. I have now worked with parents for almost 20 years.
My practice is about listening and individualising information and support – I don’t believe there is one right way of doing things because our experiences are all unique to us.