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    Award Winning Newborn Baby Blog

    This morning I woke up to my phone buzzing… literally! Not my usual alarm, but the arrival of an email informing me that our humble little blog had won an award from Feedspot Blog Reader… We are number 7 in their list of The Top 10 UK Newborn Photography Blogs! Just Wow! So, putting my excitement to one side, as my real alarm was now calling, and the usual morning rush ensued, dragging an unenthusiastic pre-teen out of bed, making packed lunches, ensuring the guinea pigs were turfed out into the garden for free food, checking school bags were packed,…

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    Parenting

    Guest Blog ~ The Little Puffin

    Today we have opened up our page to a guest blog, beautifully written by one of our lovely clients. Rachel is a brand new Mama to gorgeous little Callum. One of the most smiley of all the newborn babies we have had the pleasure to work with! Their story is unique and heartwarming, raw and emotional. Rachel has been sharing their story on her own ‘The Little Puffin’ blog to raise awareness of Callum’s condition and has kindly agreed to share her journey with us here…

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    Guest Blog ~ All about C-Sections

    Today, we are handing our blog over to Debbie from Misfit Mama’s… Hi there! And welcome to today’s blog post all about the “C” word… I personally avoided reading anything about Caesarean sections when pregnant with my first child 6 years ago, as I was convinced I would have a natural birth! (lucky for me that I did) but if I hadn’t, I’d have been clueless as to what was involved. (Perhaps that was my plan!) Importantly this information is really useful for your recovery, which is where I’m coming from here today…

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    Maternity

    Guest Blog ~ Daisy Foundation Wirral

    Here’s a question for you: think back to the most recent representations you have seen on TV of childbirth. Were they positive, empowering experiences for the women involved? I’m guessing that’s probably a resounding no!! I can think of a few I’ve seen lately – both fictional dramas and documentaries – and the universal image seems to be a screaming woman laid on her back in a bed. So that’s how you give birth….right? Erm…..no not really.