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More Recognition for Mamas in Lockdown

More Recognition for Mamas in Lockdown

Mamas in Lockdown has been added to the "Books on Prescription" scheme!  Run by WellSouth Primary Health Network, this scheme is an effective way of helping people with common mental health...

Maternity Services Consumer Council Review of Mamas in Lockdown

Maternity Services Consumer Council Review of Mamas in Lockdown

In the latest newsletter from Maternity Services Consumer Council, Mamas in Lockdown receives a fantastic review.   All those involved in maternity care should read this book.

A year ago today...

A year ago today...

Today it is one year since the first case of Covid 19 was reported in New Zealand. One whole year. For some it won't feel that long. . .

A Covid story from Kenya

A Covid story from Kenya

This is a story sent to me from Kenya. . . "Hello, my name is Mrs X, a Kenyan mother of two beautiful daughters.

Mamas in Lockdown in America!

Mamas in Lockdown in America!

Mamas in Lockdown captures a unique moment in the history of New Zealand by sharing stories from parents who were pregnant or gave birth during Covid-19 lockdown.

From a health professional working during Covid-19 lockdown

From a health professional working during Covid-19 lockdown

The new Mummas, It’s just been hard.

Making the plastic bottle "baby mouth" to use with knitted breasts

Making the plastic bottle "baby mouth" to use with knitted breasts

Following on from the video about how to use knitted breasts to help demonstrate breastfeeding techniques, I've been asked to explain how I make the plastic tool I use to...

What do you do with a knitted breast?

What do you do with a knitted breast?

I was asked to explain how I used knitted breasts in my work, so rather than try to explain in a load of written words, I decided to go out...

Mamas in Lockdown in Paper Plus

Mamas in Lockdown in Paper Plus

It's very exciting to see Mamas in Lockdown in Paper Plus Dunedin.

This connects with my heart...

This connects with my heart...

I saw this on Facebook, but I just couldn't help reading it again and again. Every time I read it, it just filled my heart with warmth and hope.

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