Vice-Chair Claire shares her concerns and thoughts on giving birth during the Coronavirus pandemic in Oxfordshire.
Well I am in the third trimester and on the downhill slide now! I’m officially 3 weeks away!
Whether you have a partner of a different or the same sex as yourself, whether you or they have or are transitioning and whatever gender you identify as, having a supportive partner through pregnancy is vital. While pregnancy is exciting, it can also be scary and if you have complications, downright terrifying.
Movement is a great way for you to know if something is not right. The charity Kicks Count encourage us mums to keep an eye on those kicks, rolls and punches throughout your pregnancy.
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What to pack in a hospital bag is always a point of much concern for first time mums (and occasionally us second timers too!). It’s a concern not to take too much or too little. Some of us like to have EVERYTHING packed so we have all of our ‘stuff’ around us (me!). Some ofContinue reading “What to Pack in your Hospital Bag”
We are thrilled to announce we have a You Tube channel. Here we are showing videos such as our Facebook Ask the Midwife Live videos and fitness under lockdown and will feature more over the coming months. Here is a brief taste of Wendy’s most recent Live tour of the Spires Unit. We hope youContinue reading “New You tube Channel!”
Chatterbabies creater Laura Davies has come up with some ways for parents of toddlers to entertain their children during this difficult time.
So how do you stay fit while stuck in a house with a toddler. We have some ideas. Here is a short video that Keri form Fit and Healthy Mums and Vice-Chair Claire recorded.
Vice-Chair Claire is 25 weeks pregnant with a toddler and is on lock down. It’s Day 5. How is she coping? She gives some tips for dealing with it.
Some links which may help clarify what is going on with Coronavirus and where you can access help in Oxfordshire.
Some musings on being pregnant in the middle of the coronavirus epidemic.