We asked some Baby & Child mums whether they've ever experience 'birth snobbery'
Kate Kikano, 37, British owner of TKD Lingerie and mum to Elodie, five and Oliver, two, gave birth with a doula the second time round and says it was so much better than her first experience. She shares her birth story with us...
We’re taught to fear labour, but childbirth can be a calm, happy, even pleasurable experience. Elizabeth Elphick talks to experts and real mums about how to get the birth experience you want
Tabitha Barda, British editor and mum to a two-year-old and four-month-old, tells us about her hypnobirthing and water birth experience
There is a lot of pressure on mums not to use pain relief during labour. We asked Dr Elsa De Menezes whether there is any proof that it is better for your baby if you don’t use pain relief?
Some key points to think about adding to your list of birth preferences…
While you can’t always control what happens during labour and delivery, a birth plan can be a useful tool for helping you make informed decisions – whatever the experience throws at you
We asked midwife and fitness fanatic Zoe Cresswell (aka FitmumDXB) how soon after having a baby can a woman start working out safely again? And how do you know when your body is ready?