Welcome to the Mama’s tlc blog. Here you can find up-to-date information and interesting reads to enjoy with a cup of tea.

Leo’s Birth Story

Leo turned two this week! A perfect opportunity to reflect and record his birth story – it’s a longish read so grab a cup of tea!

Pregnancy Sickness – My experience so far

If you follow @mamas.tlc on social media you might have seen the exciting news that I am expecting our second child! Unfortunately, like my first pregnancy I am suffering with severe sickness, read on to find out what it’s like and how we’re getting through it.

Teddy’s Positive Birth Story

I’m so excited to share Teddy’s birth story! Holly & Steve joined my June Online Group Course. I feel honoured to have been part of their positive birth preparation journey.

Five Top Tips for Birth Partners

I recently did an Instagram & Facebook Live to support birth partners – here I’ve collated my top tips to take your birth partner from uncertain and nervous to confident and calm.

Mama’s Night In Round-Up: Finding Space for You

On the 23rd April we were joined by the lovely Kelly Mitchell from The Replenished Mama. She shared tips and advice for looking after our mind, body and soul during during the lockdown – check out some top tips here.

Mama’s Night In Round-Up: Staying Safe, Sane & Entertained

For our first Mama’s Night In we were joined by the wonderful Jo Montgomery from Dr Jo’s Science Solutions. We were all feeling overwhelmed trying to home-school and keep our children busy, so Jo shared some top tips, resources and links. Find out more here.

Positive Birth During a Pandemic

This is not the blog I thought I would be writing first for Mama’s tlc. But the aim of the blog is to share relevant and up-to-date information, so here we are. In this blog, we’ll look at some positive and practical steps you can take to ensure a positive birth.

The Sceptical Birth Partner

You’ve read the books, you’ve googled, you’ve looked around the website and you think that a hypnobirthing antenatal course can help you have a calm, confident and comfortable birth. But, your birth partner isn’t so sure. How can you get them on board to give it a go?

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