Congratulations, you’re pregnant! Our expert advice will guide you through your pregnancy, birth and beyond, including symptoms & what to expect. This is the first step to growing your family. Pregnancy is all about looking after yourself and your baby. Our guide covers all aspects of your journey, including what to expect, symptoms to look out for, nutrition advice, birthing guidance, how your partner can help and how best to prepare for the arrival of your newborn.
We’ve created this list of best books for new mums to give you a little helping hand, trusted advice, expert tips, and a nappy load of humour to boot.
Gender reveal parties are becoming more and more popular so we thought we would share some of our favourite ideas for that big gender reveal!
If you’re sporting a growing bump this season and are looking to update your wardrobe with stylish winter maternity fashion, check out our guide More
Did you know that right now, parents are storing their children’s stem cells for use in potential therapies? It’s called private stem cell banking and helps families to protect the health of their little ones for years to come.
Understanding the impact homelessness can have on women and their pregnancies is vital to provide good care.
A birth is considered premature if it occurs before the 37th week of pregnancy. There are three different categories of premature birth based on gestational age which each carry their own risks and individual needs for specific care.
Tokophobia is the extreme fear of childbirth. This fear can become so significant that women might choose to avoid pregnancy altogether.
“Knowing which nutrients you need to support pre-conception and pregnancy can help support you on your journey to trying to conceive.” Lesley Gilchrist.
We get many questions on the 20-week scan (especially from first-time parents), and what exactly this entails, so we wanted to offer you more information on this important mum-to-be milestone.
Coping with pregnancy after baby loss. Will baby loss happen again? Are you entitled to extra scans? And advice on how to look after your mental health.
From the outside looking in you would think I had everything a girl could want: a happy marriage, an amazing son, a beautiful home and a dog. Appearances can be deceiving, I do have it all, but what I don’t have is all my children at home.
Coming to terms with the death of a baby. Expert advice from Psychotherapist and Paediatric Counsellor, Julia Samuel.
Chiropractor Dr. Stefaan Vossen shares his expert advice on strengthening and looking after your back through pregnancy and beyond.
My Baba’s Editor Ellie Thompson welcomes midwife and influencer Illy Morrison to the show to discuss pregnancy woes and sleep. Getting a good night’s More
It is important for women to get the MMR vaccine before they get pregnant, to reduce the risk of them becoming infected with measles, mumps, and rubella.
My Baba’s Editor Ellie Thompson welcomes Emma Armstrong aka The Naked Doula to the show
London reflexologist Keah Lan shares her insights into how reflexology can help with fertility and pregnancy.
My top 5 core exercises may promote proper posture, fending off lower back pain so common during pregnancy.
Dr Deepak Ravindran on c-section pain, what to expect, what’s normal, and how to cope with Caesarean pain and complications after birth.
There are lots of theories that profess to predict your baby’s sex in the womb, but can you really trust anything other than science? Read on to find out.
Pregnant women naturally have a slightly decreased tolerance to heat and humidity. Check out Becca Maberly’s top tips for keeping cool this summer.
We’re on hand to help you create a beautiful capsule summer wardrobe for pregnancy, in ten easy steps.
Sciatica can happen at any time in our adult lives, but it can be more common to get lower back and leg pain symptoms during pregnancy.
Milli Hill is the author of the bestselling The Positive Birth Book, and she drops by to celebrate the launch of her revised and More
My Baba’s Editor Ellie Thompson welcomes bestselling author Milli Hill to the show to celebrate the launch of the revised edition of The Positive Birth Book and to discuss the realities of giving birth.
Shop everything from maxi dresses to midi-length maternity dresses and wrap styles for a flattering look during pregnancy and beyond.
Kelly founded WeTwo, a natural hair, skin and feminine care brand on a mission to create clean and gentle beauty products for women.
We join Laura for a walk around Victoria Park to test drive her pushchair of choice, the Stokke Xplory X Signature, and to talk about her pregnancy, nesting plans, and how she’s preparing for her June arrival.
My Baba’s Editor Ellie Thompson welcomes Midwife Marley to the show to celebrate the launch of her new book: The modern bible for pregnancy, More
This Caesarean section Awareness Month, Lesley Gilchrist, registered midwife and co-founder of My Expert Midwife talks to My Baba about how women can plan and prioritise their recovery after a C-section.
Here are some brilliantly healthy recipes to try during your first, second and third trimesters.
Our favourite go-to maternity fashion label Isabella Oliver has launched its new spring collection, bursting with easy-wear pieces full of colour.
If you are pregnant and struggling to sleep, check out these pregnancy pillows designed to help you get more comfortable at night to get the rest you need.
A podcast with Leith’s trained chef Adam Shaw on foods to eat during pregnancy. Recipe inspiration for the first, second and third trimesters.
Pregnancy or prenatal supplements are specially formulated to contain the vitamins and minerals you need to support you and your developing baby.
Having tried and tested a fair few products during each of our seven pregnancies, the My Baba team has one conclusion…
London has a wealth of prenatal and postnatal workout classes to guide you through pregnancy fitness safely, here are our recommendations.
If you’re still figuring out how to honour that all-important New Year’s resolution of getting fit, we’ve got just the solution for you: get More
All expectant mamas deserve to be made a fuss off. If you’ve been tasked with organising your best friend’s baby shower, there are lots of things to consider.
Stress affects us all, and although some of this is an alarming read there are some great easy steps to help you manage stress during pregnancy.
World-renowned wellness guru James Duigan, author of The Clean and Lean Pregnancy Guide shares his advice on fertility and stress.
June marks the fourth national awareness month for the thought-provoking campaign, Routine in The Womb.
If you have had or are planning a caesarean, or know someone who is, then here is the commonest questions and answers covering everything you need to know about Caesarean Section scars.
My Baba’s Editor Ellie Thompson welcomes obstetrician and gynaecologist Dr. Ellie Rayner to the podcast to discuss how previous types of birth can have an impact on future pregnancy and subsequent births.
Shop AW21 maternity fashion with expert tips on how to dress during pregnancy.
What’s the difference between the Baby Blues and postnatal depression? What makes somebody more vulnerable, and what can I do to manage PND?
What effect can drinking alcohol whilst pregnant have on your baby? How is Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder diagnosed?
Although stretch marks are mostly genetic there are absolutely things that you can do to prepare your skin for pregnancy and reduce the chances of long term scar formation associated.
Stretch marks are a common worry and according to the NHS website, 8 out of 10 women get them during pregnancy. Here are some fabulous products you can use to help your skin during that stretching process.
Birth trauma can arise from many things, and not just the exact type of birth someone ended up with. Dr Ellie Rayner shares her expert advice.