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General Advice

  • Party Ideas - Food Drink and Recipes


    You will definitely want to offer food and drink at any baby shower, but exactly what you want to offer will depend on time of day, any theme you may have, and your budget - not to mention the practicalities of serving food in your own home, if that's where the party is.

    When preparing your menu, consider foods that you have made previously that are easy to prepare or that can be made ahead of time and frozen. Now is not the time to experiment. The party will be much more enjoyable for you as the host if you are mingling with the guests rather than hanging out alone in the kitchen! Continue reading

  • Pregnancy Advice.

    This is Pregnancy Advice and it is for anyone who needs to know a little more about being pregnant.  These days you can't hide it - pregnancy is a glamorous issue and having a Baby Shower Party is all part of Modern Maternity! From food to fashion, massage to fitness, Babies Babies will present you with a mini survival guide to see you through your pregnancy.

    1. The 1st thing you need is ADVICE - read what you can, but trust your instincts. Follow what is right for you. And don't leave all your reading about what to do with a baby for after the birth, as by then you probably won't have enough time to pick up a book!! Continue reading

  • How to manage the summer months when pregnant.

    It is now summer and although the weather has been slightly cooler lately, it is starting to hit the high 20's, everyone is feeling the heat.  Those fabulous ladies who are pregnant in the summer months will be feeling the heat more than most.  Here are some tips on how to stay cool in the heat. Continue reading

  • Taking Folic Acid during pregnancy.

    • Folic acid is a vitamin that pregnant women are advised to take ideally before they are pregnant or as soon as they find out. In early stages of pregnancy, it is crucial that women take folic acid as it is used by the developing baby. It can be taken as a vitamin supplement, but can also be found in foods such as spinach, sprouts, broccoli, and potatoes. If folic acid is taken in early pregnancy, the risk of having a baby born with problems such as spina bifida or a spinal cord problem is reduced. It can also reduce the risk of having a premature labour. For most women the recommended does is 400 micrograms (0.4 mg) a day, and you should continue to take the supplement in the first 12 weeks of your pregnancy. A balanced diet that is rich in foods containing folic acid is also advised through out the pregnancy.

  • Eating for two? Fact or Fiction?

    It is fact that pregnant women need to provide good nutrition for two people, but it is fiction that she should eat for two. The unborn baby gets all the nutrients they need from its mother through the umbilical cord, so a healthy and balanced diet is important. If the mother is lacking any vitamins or nutrients, then this could be passed on to the baby. It is advised by nutritional experts that a woman who is not pregnant needs around 2100 calories per day, and that a pregnant lady should consume around 2500 calories per day. If the mother is breast feeding, they need around 3000 calories per day.

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    While putting on too much weight can affect a woman’s health and increase the risk of complications, gaining too little weight can also cause problems and mean the body is not storing enough fat. The current advice is not to go on a weight-loss or calorie-restricted diet during pregnancy, although a woman’s midwife or GP may have special advice if she weighs more than 100kg. Instead, current advice is based on eating a balanced diet and managing weight at an appropriate level.

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