February 2017


Emotional Well Being After Birth

Written by Holly from Little Pickle’s Mom Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: After being diagnosed with antenatal depression during my pregnancy, I knew how important looking after my emotional well being after birth. I desperately didn’t want to reach the excruciating lows I’d experienced in my third trimester. Whilst I know that sometimes mental health problems are unavoidable, I wanted to give myself the best possible chance. From one Mum to another, here are the things I found helped me stay in control and positive in those first whirlwind... Read More


Managing Morning Sickness with Nutrition

Advice written especially for you and us by Rosie Letts – discover the best food to eat when pregnant from our favourite Pregnancy and Fertility nutritionist. It is believed that morning sickness affects eight out of ten pregnant women. While some women are physically sick, others feel nauseous and very tired. Generally speaking, symptoms begin at six weeks and only around one in ten unlucky ladies will continue to suffer past twenty weeks. Although morning sickness feels horrible, it is in fact a sign that your baby is healthy... Read More