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  • Baby & pregnancy-friendly festive activities

    Baby & pregnancy-friendly festive activities
    Ho, ho, ho! Welcome to the last edition of our Boogle Blog for 2022, where we’re gifting you some holiday ideas that you can enjoy while pregnant or with a newborn. Yes it’s true, Christmas and NYE can be a bit hectic when you’re pregnant or sleeping only 45 seconds most nights with a bub. But, while prawns and champagne might be off your...
  • Will my vagina go back to normal after childbirth?

    Will my vagina go back to normal after childbirth?
    Welcome to our latest edition of Boogle Blog where we’re talkin’ vaginas, and how they’re affected after childbirth. There’s no denying it, our lady parts definitely cop a beating when it comes to making little people. They’re poked and prodded, pushed and stretched, and if you’re a first time mum experiencing a vaginal birth, you’ll have a 9 out of 10 chance of vaginal...
  • Ways to bring on labour

    Ways to bring on labour
    Welcome to our October edition of Booble Blog. This month we’re exploring all the tips, tricks (and sometimes a little crazy) things women do to bring on labour when they’re overdue. Before we dive in, it’s important to note that most labour-inducing hacks are still only theories, so it’s best to consult your medical practitioner before you start experimenting. And, of course, waiting for...
  • Exercises you can do during pregnancy

    Exercises you can do during pregnancy
    If you’re pregnant with your first bub and have no idea if it’s still OK to go for that run or lift those weights, you’re not alone. Everyday thousands of new parents are asking the same questions, so in this edition of Booble Blog, we’re limbering up to talk about exercise, and what is safe and unsafe during pregnancy. Exercise & Pregnancy Love it...
  • Booble Blog: When does morning sickness end?

    Booble Blog: When does morning sickness end?
    In this edition of Boogle Blog, we’re talking about ‘morning sickness’ - how you can stomach it and when you can expect this not-so-pleasant stage to end. For many women, ‘morning sickness’ strikes at around the 6-8 week mark of pregnancy, and starts to ease off between weeks 12 and 14. But for some, it can hang around for much longer! As you may...
  • Booble Blog: Is it normal to have such vivid dreams while pregnant?

    Booble Blog: Is it normal to have such vivid dreams while pregnant?
    In this edition of Boogle Blog, we discuss the subject of dreams and why, when we’re pregnant, our mind wanders into some crazy places. If you’re pregnant and have woken up in a sweat wondering why you were pashing your year 10 high school teacher in your sleep or fighting off a one-legged dragon to save your baby, you’re not alone. Wild and sometimes...
  • New Beginnings At PBC Expo Melbourne

    New Beginnings At PBC Expo Melbourne
    We are very happy to invite you to come and visit us at the Pregnancy, Babies and Children's Expo that is happening at MCEC South Warf Melbourne from Friday the 8th to Sunday the 10th of July.               This is a great opportunity to come and try on our New Beginnings maternity bras and get recommendations from our team. Not to mention there'll be some very special...
  • Booble Blog: How to relieve pelvic pain during pregnancy?

    Booble Blog: How to relieve pelvic pain during pregnancy?
    In the second edition of our Boogle Blog, we’re going below the support belt, touching on all things ‘pelvis’ and how to deal with any discomfort you may experience during pregnancy. Pelvic pain is one of the most common things a pregnant woman will experience and affects almost all of us. If you speak to a professional they may refer to it as Pelvic...
  • Booble Blog: Will my areolas go back to normal size?

    Booble Blog: Will my areolas go back to normal size?
      Welcome to our very first Boogle Blog. A series of posts that tackle the weird and wonderful topics that parent’s search on Google.  Each month we’ll cover a new topic, and look at ways we can help you along your journey. Today’s search topic is: Will my areolas go back to normal size? From boobs, to baby feeders. What happens to our breasts...