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Mother & Baby

November 2019

Mother & Baby gives you practical, expert answers to all your parenting questions. In each issue, you’ll find everything you need to know as a mum – from essential pregnancy and newborn advice, to information on feeding, weaning and sleeping. And don’t miss the must-have shopping and product guides, produced with the help of our burgeoning army of real-mum testers. MOTHER & BABY gives you the confidence to be the best parent you can possibly be, by helping you make the right choices for you and your baby. With over 50 years of experience, mums & dads know they can trust our advice.

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United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
H BAUER PUBLISHING LIMITED
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12 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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welcome

Hello! Do you remember how you felt when you first fell in love? The way your heart flipped, the butterflies danced in your stomach, and you felt like you were walking on air? That’s the feeling of the wonderful bonding chemical oxytocin streaming through your veins, and you can get ready to enjoy it all over again. No, we’re not showcasing lots of eye candy this issue (although that is an idea...); instead, we’ve packed it full of ways to strengthen your bond with your baby. Yes, it’s getting cold outside, but we’ll have you feeling all warm and snuggly in no time. If you’re looking for ways to get in touch with your bump and create memories to treasure forever, turn to page 34, and if you want to deepen…

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expert advice

Calm nausea ‘If you’re struggling with pregnancy sickness, you’re not alone. But there’s plenty you can do to ease the effects,’ says Caitlin Dean of Pregnancy Sickness Support, on page 22. Curb colds ‘Winter’s on the way – the season of sneezes and snuffles! Discover the super-supplements your tot needs to stay fighting fit,’ says paediatric dietitian Lucy Upton, on page 64. Stay social ‘Use it as a source of support, and it’s perfectly possible to have a positive relationship with social media,’ says psychiatrist Dr Kathryn Hollins, on page 96.…

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november

Pumpkin party Trick or treating has become bigger than ever in the UK, but it can throw up a few questions when you’ve got a little baby. Is it OK to take her out even though she’s too young to eat the sweets? Is an evening out wandering around in the cold really a good idea? So, how about starting a new tradition of visiting your local pumpkin patch instead? Not only will an afternoon there be a lot warmer than venturing out after dark, but letting your tot get hands on with the picking is a lovely way to get her involved in the celebrations, and she’ll be as proud as punch of her own personal pumpkin. Don’t forget to take some seriously cute snaps! M&B LOVES Pssstt... If you’re searching for your…

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louise pentland where do i start?

Do you ever look back at photos of your pre-baby body and think, ‘Wow! I still had flat bits/pert bits’? My eldest is eight and my youngest is one, and I’ve spent years looking at those pre-pregnancy pics thinking how amazing I looked and, subsequently, how un-amazing I look now. Thanks to that, I’ve held myself back in myriad ways. I’ve avoided family swims to hide my jelly belly, put a stop to strappy dresses because my boobs are lower now, and worn leggings with smocks because I have varicose veins behind my knee – and I can’t tell you how many times I’ve worn a cardigan just to cover the tops of my arms. Whether it’s just for a short period or as a daily niggle, a lot of us mums…

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this month we’re loving… trees

FUN FOR ALL Keep your toddler occupied for hours with the Manhattan Toy Tree Top Adventure. With 360 degrees of fun for all-round play, the tree is packed full of exciting features for your child to explore, such as bead runs and animal-themed gliders. There’s also plenty of space for little friends to join in, too. £110, jojomamanbebe.co.uk Little builder With seven pieces to build, this gorgeous Stacking Fir Tree, made from planet-friendly sustainable rubberwood, will help your toddler develop his hand-eye co-ordination. Suitable from 18 months. £14.95, littlegoat gruff.co.uk Sensory stimulation Your baby is curious about everything, so she’ll love squishing the stimulating Wee Gallery Organic Crinkle Toy. Suitable from birth. £14.95, acornandpip.com FASHION FOCUS…

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over the rainbow

My husband and I started trying for a baby back in July 2012. In January 2015 we finally got those longed-for double lines but, very sadly, we miscarried a week later. After a few more years of trying, we were able to go for IVF. We were eagerly waiting our first appointment in August last year, when I started to feel poorly. I jokingly said to my husband, Martyn, that I might be pregnant and we laughed, as the idea just seemed ridiculous – but I couldn’t get it out of my head. Sure enough, I was pregnant with our rainbow baby! Our beautiful Oskar is five months old now, and perfect in every way. YASMIN JONES, CAMBRIDGESHIRE Yasmin wins a bundle of essentials, worth £150, from Infantino, including the Go Forward…

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