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Welcome to the Parent Pod - a happy place to find out all about pregnancy and the start of parenthood from the information-packed babycentre.co.uk.


Join Claire and Lucy for an entertaining and informative podcast for every week of your pregnancy, full of really useful take-away information, candid admissions from their own experiences - having both had two children and top advice from a variety of experts.


This podcast series takes you right up to when your new baby is 12 weeks old. Each week we will hear how the baby is developing and what’s going on for parents. Claire and Lucy will discuss those embarrassing questions - like what is going on with your vagina? Or what are best sex positions in pregnancy? Each episode will finish up with what to expect next full of helpful tips on when to book your antenatal classes or how to have a good babymoon. 


Make sure that you subscribe now to listen for free when Parent Pod launches on 3rd February.

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Can you believe your baby is three months old? In this episode, hear about how important it is to visit your health visitor or GP if you’re not feeling great. And what is it with mum tribes? There are competitive mums, Insta mums, eco-obsessed mums, listen as we jokingly talk about the tribes we've met. Plus we’ll be laughing about all the things you said you’d never do as a mum!The Parent Pod is hosted by Lucy Toseland-Bolton and Claire Mutimer, both mums to young children and both BabyCentre parents. It is produced by BabyCentre UK and Tin Shed Productions. Download all 48 episodes now.BabyCentre UK has hundreds of pages covering conception, pregnancy, birth and parenting at babycentre.co.uk. You can also follow BabyCentre UK on Facebook @facebook.com/BabyCentreUK, Instagram @instagram.com/babycentre, Pinterest @pinterest.co.uk/babycentre, Twitter @twitter.com/babycentreuk and YouTube @youtube.com/babycentreBabyCenter is one of the most popular pregnancy and parenting resources in the world. The website, app, social media platforms and regular email bulletins offer medically-evidenced based information for those trying to conceive, parents-to-be, as well as mums and dads once their baby has arrived.Sign up for weekly emailed bulletins and download the BabyCentre app through the App Store or Google Play to follow your pregnancy week-by-week through to the first year of your baby’s life.If you're interested in reading more about some of the topics in this episode, the following links may be useful:3 month old, first weekMastitisDisclaimer: The podcasts don’t replace medical advice and you should always speak to your own doctor, midwife or clinician if you have any concerns.
Your baby is becoming more mobile, so we talk about starting to think about safety around the home – before he’s reaching out for anything that catches his eye! We also talk about postnatal anxiety and concerns you may have as a new parent, plus postnatal depression in new mums and dads. And, how are you coping with unwanted parenting advice? We can help! We’ll also be looking ahead to weaning, whether it's baby-led or purees, plus which foods are not recommended as a first food!The Parent Pod is hosted by Lucy Toseland-Bolton and Claire Mutimer, both mums to young children and both BabyCentre parents. It is produced by BabyCentre UK and Tin Shed Productions. Download all 48 episodes now.BabyCentre UK has hundreds of pages covering conception, pregnancy, birth and parenting at babycentre.co.uk. You can also follow BabyCentre UK on Facebook @facebook.com/BabyCentreUK, Instagram @instagram.com/babycentre, Pinterest @pinterest.co.uk/babycentre, Twitter @twitter.com/babycentreuk and YouTube @youtube.com/babycentreBabyCenter is one of the most popular pregnancy and parenting resources in the world. The website, app, social media platforms and regular email bulletins offer medically-evidenced based information for those trying to conceive, parents-to-be, as well as mums and dads once their baby has arrived.Sign up for weekly emailed bulletins and download the BabyCentre app through the App Store or Google Play to follow your pregnancy week-by-week through to the first year of your baby’s life.If you're interested in reading more about some of the topics in this episode, the following links may be useful:2 month old, fourth weekParents’ tips: mums’ guide to the fourth trimesterMaking your home safe for your babyPostnatal depression (PND)Postnatal depression in dadsPostnatal depression: quizWeaning your baby onto first foodsDisclaimer: The podcasts don’t replace medical advice and you should always speak to your own doctor, midwife or clinician if you have any concerns.
Have you been enjoying watching your baby wriggle around? This week, listen to find out how you can encourage her to move more. And it might be the last thing on your mind, but we guide you through starting to use contraception again and talk about relationships post baby. Also, if you're already thinking about exercise, hear how to plan getting back into it - if that's your thing.The Parent Pod is hosted by Lucy Toseland-Bolton and Claire Mutimer, both mums to young children and both BabyCentre parents. It is produced by BabyCentre UK and Tin Shed Productions. Download all 48 episodes now.BabyCentre UK has hundreds of pages covering conception, pregnancy, birth and parenting at babycentre.co.uk. You can also follow BabyCentre UK on Facebook @facebook.com/BabyCentreUK, Instagram @instagram.com/babycentre, Pinterest @pinterest.co.uk/babycentre, Twitter @twitter.com/babycentreuk and YouTube @youtube.com/babycentreBabyCenter is one of the most popular pregnancy and parenting resources in the world. The website, app, social media platforms and regular email bulletins offer medically-evidenced based information for those trying to conceive, parents-to-be, as well as mums and dads once their baby has arrived.Sign up for weekly emailed bulletins and download the BabyCentre app through the App Store or Google Play to follow your pregnancy week-by-week through to the first year of your baby’s life.If you're interested in reading more about some of the topics in this episode, the following links may be useful:2 month old, third weekContraception after having a baby: your options at a glanceHow your baby learns to moveSex and relationships after birthDisclaimer: The podcasts don’t replace medical advice and you should always speak to your own doctor, midwife or clinician if you have any concerns.
You may be feeling like your baby’s crying is relentless – so many parents can relate. Listen for our tips on why they might be crying and how to cope. Also in this episode, we’ll be talking about your relationship with your partner – has it changed? Plus, BabyCentre editor Joanne joins the team to share what new parents are sick of hearing - everything from comments about feeding, sleep to their post-pregnancy bodies.The Parent Pod is hosted by Lucy Toseland-Bolton and Claire Mutimer, both mums to young children and both BabyCentre parents. It is produced by BabyCentre UK and Tin Shed Productions. Download all 48 episodes now.BabyCentre UK has hundreds of pages covering conception, pregnancy, birth and parenting at babycentre.co.uk. You can also follow BabyCentre UK on Facebook @facebook.com/BabyCentreUK, Instagram @instagram.com/babycentre, Pinterest @pinterest.co.uk/babycentre, Twitter @twitter.com/babycentreuk and YouTube @youtube.com/babycentreBabyCenter is one of the most popular pregnancy and parenting resources in the world. The website, app, social media platforms and regular email bulletins offer medically-evidenced based information for those trying to conceive, parents-to-be, as well as mums and dads once their baby has arrived.Sign up for weekly emailed bulletins and download the BabyCentre app through the App Store or Google Play to follow your pregnancy week-by-week through to the first year of your baby’s life.If you're interested in reading more about some of the topics in this episode, the following links may be useful:2 month old, second weekSeven reasons babies cry and how to soothe themSex and relationships after birthDisclaimer: The podcasts don’t replace medical advice and you should always speak to your own doctor, midwife or clinician if you have any concerns.
In this week’s episode, we’ll be preparing you for your baby’s first immunisations that are due this month. We’ll also be hearing from Joshua (also known as The Dad He), a dad of two, to find out about his experience of the fourth trimester. Plus - have you mastered the art of making a cup of tea one handed? We talk about how you know you really are getting the hang of this whole parenting thing. And we talk about postnatal bodies and hear how BabyCentre mums feel about theirs since giving birth.The Parent Pod is hosted by Lucy Toseland-Bolton and Claire Mutimer, both mums to young children and both BabyCentre parents. It is produced by BabyCentre UK and Tin Shed Productions. Download all 48 episodes now.BabyCentre UK has hundreds of pages covering conception, pregnancy, birth and parenting at babycentre.co.uk. You can also follow BabyCentre UK on Facebook @facebook.com/BabyCentreUK, Instagram @instagram.com/babycentre, Pinterest @pinterest.co.uk/babycentre, Twitter @twitter.com/babycentreuk and YouTube @youtube.com/babycentreBabyCenter is one of the most popular pregnancy and parenting resources in the world. The website, app, social media platforms and regular email bulletins offer medically-evidenced based information for those trying to conceive, parents-to-be, as well as mums and dads once their baby has arrived.Sign up for weekly emailed bulletins and download the BabyCentre app through the App Store or Google Play to follow your pregnancy week-by-week through to the first year of your baby’s life.If you're interested in reading more about some of the topics in this episode, the following links may be useful:2 month old, first weekVaccination schedule for babies and toddlersImmunisations: an overviewThe fourth trimesterYour postnatal bodyNew dadsDisclaimer: The podcasts don’t replace medical advice and you should always speak to your own doctor, midwife or clinician if you have any concerns.
This week, you might have found yourself asking – when will my newborn sleep through the night? We’ll be talking about baby sleep routines, sleep safety and talk about some of the mistakes that could be preventing your newborn from getting 40 winks. And is it too early to think about childcare? We can help with planning for the future. Plus we’ll be talking about how making friends with other mums can be invaluable and a great way to share experiences – including what could be becoming your new favourite topic – the colour of your baby’s poo! Antenatal teacher Chess joins the podcast to share what's normal, or not, with your baby's poo.The Parent Pod is hosted by Lucy Toseland-Bolton and Claire Mutimer, both mums to young children and both BabyCentre parents. It is produced by BabyCentre UK and Tin Shed Productions. Download all 48 episodes now.BabyCentre UK has hundreds of pages covering conception, pregnancy, birth and parenting at babycentre.co.uk. You can also follow BabyCentre UK on Facebook @facebook.com/BabyCentreUK, Instagram @instagram.com/babycentre, Pinterest @pinterest.co.uk/babycentre, Twitter @twitter.com/babycentreuk and YouTube @youtube.com/babycentreBabyCenter is one of the most popular pregnancy and parenting resources in the world. The website, app, social media platforms and regular email bulletins offer medically-evidenced based information for those trying to conceive, parents-to-be, as well as mums and dads once their baby has arrived.Sign up for weekly emailed bulletins and download the BabyCentre app through the App Store or Google Play to follow your pregnancy week-by-week through to the first year of your baby’s life.If you're interested in reading more about some of the topics in this episode, the following links may be useful:7 week oldBasics of good sleepBaby poo: photosDisclaimer: The podcasts don’t replace medical advice and you should always speak to your own doctor, midwife or clinician if you have any concerns.
Dad Joshua, aka The Dad He, and Amy, single mum and author of 'Confessions of a Mum: What to Expect When You're Expecting the Unexpected' join us to share their new parent worries. This week we also talk about your postnatal check with your GP and find out what you should expect and how you can prepare for it. We also talk about how you are right now in our 'Too embarrassed to ask' feature if you're feeling like you can't cope.The Parent Pod is hosted by Lucy Toseland-Bolton and Claire Mutimer, both mums to young children and both BabyCentre parents. It is produced by BabyCentre UK and Tin Shed Productions. Download all 48 episodes now.BabyCentre UK has hundreds of pages covering conception, pregnancy, birth and parenting at babycentre.co.uk. You can also follow BabyCentre UK on Facebook @facebook.com/BabyCentreUK, Instagram @instagram.com/babycentre, Pinterest @pinterest.co.uk/babycentre, Twitter @twitter.com/babycentreuk and YouTube @youtube.com/babycentreBabyCenter is one of the most popular pregnancy and parenting resources in the world. The website, app, social media platforms and regular email bulletins offer medically-evidenced based information for those trying to conceive, parents-to-be, as well as mums and dads once their baby has arrived.Sign up for weekly emailed bulletins and download the BabyCentre app through the App Store or Google Play to follow your pregnancy week-by-week through to the first year of your baby’s life.If you're interested in reading more about some of the topics in this episode, the following links may be useful:6 week oldYour postnatal checkBaby blues and postnatal depressionNew dad's survival guideDisclaimer: The podcasts don’t replace medical advice and you should always speak to your own doctor, midwife or clinician if you have any concerns.
If you already have children, the excitement of a new brother or sister may be starting to wear off this week! We have some tips on overcoming sibling jealousy and helping them bond. We’ll also be asking – what’s going on down there?! We find out when the bleeding will stop and when you can have sex again. Plus, do you need to read or play with your baby yet? We hear from BabyCentre editor Joanne to find out more about reading to your newborn.The Parent Pod is hosted by Lucy Toseland-Bolton and Claire Mutimer, both mums to young children and both BabyCentre parents. It is produced by BabyCentre UK and Tin Shed Productions. Download all 48 episodes now.BabyCentre UK has hundreds of pages covering conception, pregnancy, birth and parenting at babycentre.co.uk. You can also follow BabyCentre UK on Facebook @facebook.com/BabyCentreUK, Instagram @instagram.com/babycentre, Pinterest @pinterest.co.uk/babycentre, Twitter @twitter.com/babycentreuk and YouTube @youtube.com/babycentreBabyCenter is one of the most popular pregnancy and parenting resources in the world. The website, app, social media platforms and regular email bulletins offer medically-evidenced based information for those trying to conceive, parents-to-be, as well as mums and dads once their baby has arrived.Sign up for weekly emailed bulletins and download the BabyCentre app through the App Store or Google Play to follow your pregnancy week-by-week through to the first year of your baby’s life.If you're interested in reading more about some of the topics in this episode, the following links may be useful:5 week oldSibling rivalry: why it happens, and what to do about itReading to your baby: when to start and how to do itYour body after pregnancyDisclaimer: The podcasts don’t replace medical advice and you should always speak to your own doctor, midwife or clinician if you have any concerns.
In this week’s episode, we talk about postnatal depression and how to recognise the signs you or your partner may be suffering with it. We also talk about bonding in these early stages and how that connection may not always be instant. Dad of two, Joshua - aka The Dad He - shares his experience of bonding and how he helped develop it with his newborn. We also share some top tips on what your baby should wear as a newborn and hear from BabyCentre parents about the outdated advice they've been given as new parents.The Parent Pod is hosted by Lucy Toseland-Bolton and Claire Mutimer, both mums to young children and both BabyCentre parents. It is produced by BabyCentre UK and Tin Shed Productions. Download all 48 episodes now.BabyCentre UK has hundreds of pages covering conception, pregnancy, birth and parenting at babycentre.co.uk. You can also follow BabyCentre UK on Facebook @facebook.com/BabyCentreUK, Instagram @instagram.com/babycentre, Pinterest @pinterest.co.uk/babycentre, Twitter @twitter.com/babycentreuk and YouTube @youtube.com/babycentreBabyCenter is one of the most popular pregnancy and parenting resources in the world. The website, app, social media platforms and regular email bulletins offer medically-evidenced based information for those trying to conceive, parents-to-be, as well as mums and dads once their baby has arrived.Sign up for weekly emailed bulletins and download the BabyCentre app through the App Store or Google Play to follow your pregnancy week-by-week through to the first year of your baby’s life.If you're interested in reading more about some of the topics in this episode, the following links may be useful:4 week oldPostnatal depression (PND)How dads bondDisclaimer: The podcasts don’t replace medical advice and you should always speak to your own doctor, midwife or clinician if you have any concerns.
You’re probably feeling exhausted and sleep deprived this week. Hear our tips on how to stay positive and cope with tiredness. We also chat to Chess, the BabyCentre antenatal teacher, about how to cope if you had a difficult or traumatic birth. Plus, listen for our guide to getting out and about on your own plus we discuss the most useful items to keep in your changing bag.The Parent Pod is hosted by Lucy Toseland-Bolton and Claire Mutimer, both mums to young children and both BabyCentre parents. It is produced by BabyCentre UK and Tin Shed Productions. Download all 48 episodes now.BabyCentre UK has hundreds of pages covering conception, pregnancy, birth and parenting at babycentre.co.uk. You can also follow BabyCentre UK on Facebook @facebook.com/BabyCentreUK, Instagram @instagram.com/babycentre, Pinterest @pinterest.co.uk/babycentre, Twitter @twitter.com/babycentreuk and YouTube @youtube.com/babycentreBabyCenter is one of the most popular pregnancy and parenting resources in the world. The website, app, social media platforms and regular email bulletins offer medically-evidenced based information for those trying to conceive, parents-to-be, as well as mums and dads once their baby has arrived.Sign up for weekly emailed bulletins and download the BabyCentre app through the App Store or Google Play to follow your pregnancy week-by-week through to the first year of your baby’s life.If you're interested in reading more about some of the topics in this episode, the following links may be useful:3 week oldCommunity Wide Awake ClubSeven reasons babies cry and how to soothe themHow to recover after a traumatic birthDisclaimer: The podcasts don’t replace medical advice and you should always speak to your own doctor, midwife or clinician if you have any concerns.
In this episode, we’ll be joined by BabyCentre's antenatal teacher Chess to answer some of the most asked questions from new parents, from co-sleeping, swaddling, tongue tie and much more. We’ll also have the lowdown on where to get support if you’re finding things difficult. Plus, we’ll be talking breastfeeding problems and solutions, postnatal depression as well as talk about relationships and how they've changed now your baby has gone from 'womb to world'.The Parent Pod is hosted by Lucy Toseland-Bolton and Claire Mutimer, both mums to young children and both BabyCentre parents. It is produced by BabyCentre UK and Tin Shed Productions. Download all 48 episodes now.BabyCentre UK has hundreds of pages covering conception, pregnancy, birth and parenting at babycentre.co.uk. You can also follow BabyCentre UK on Facebook @facebook.com/BabyCentreUK, Instagram @instagram.com/babycentre, Pinterest @pinterest.co.uk/babycentre, Twitter @twitter.com/babycentreuk and YouTube @youtube.com/babycentreBabyCenter is one of the most popular pregnancy and parenting resources in the world. The website, app, social media platforms and regular email bulletins offer medically-evidenced based information for those trying to conceive, parents-to-be, as well as mums and dads once their baby has arrived.Sign up for weekly emailed bulletins and download the BabyCentre app through the App Store or Google Play to follow your pregnancy week-by-week through to the first year of your baby’s life.If you're interested in reading more about some of the topics in this episode, the following links may be useful:2 week oldBreastfeeding problems and solutionsThe baby bluesWhat are the signs of postnatal depression?Disclaimer: The podcasts don’t replace medical advice and you should always speak to your own doctor, midwife or clinician if you have any concerns.
Congratulations on the arrival of your baby! As your newborn is getting used to life in the outside world, with lots of space around him, you’ll be getting used to life with baby! It's a big change for you all, and we talk about how you may be feeling this week. You may have found that one of the most difficult things to adjust to is breastfeeding. This week, we help you spot the signs your baby is getting enough milk. We’ll also be covering your queries about bottle feeding too. Plus, will you be closing the door to visitors? Hear why some mums do.The Parent Pod is hosted by Lucy Toseland-Bolton and Claire Mutimer, both mums to young children and both BabyCentre parents. It is produced by BabyCentre UK and Tin Shed Productions. Download all 48 episodes now.BabyCentre UK has hundreds of pages covering conception, pregnancy, birth and parenting at babycentre.co.uk. You can also follow BabyCentre UK on Facebook @facebook.com/BabyCentreUK, Instagram @instagram.com/babycentre, Pinterest @pinterest.co.uk/babycentre, Twitter @twitter.com/babycentreuk and YouTube @youtube.com/babycentreBabyCenter is one of the most popular pregnancy and parenting resources in the world. The website, app, social media platforms and regular email bulletins offer medically-evidenced based information for those trying to conceive, parents-to-be, as well as mums and dads once their baby has arrived.Sign up for weekly emailed bulletins and download the BabyCentre app through the App Store or Google Play to follow your pregnancy week-by-week through to the first year of your baby’s life.If you're interested in reading more about some of the topics in this episode, the following links may be useful:1 week oldHow to tell if your newborn is getting enough milkThe baby bluesWhat are the signs of postnatal depression?Disclaimer: The podcasts don’t replace medical advice and you should always speak to your own doctor, midwife or clinician if you have any concerns.
This week we’ll be joined by BabyCentre's antenatal teacher to find out all about sweeps and inductions and which you could be offered. You may have been given loads of advice on ways to bring on labour, but do they really work? We’ll be sorting the truth from the old wives' tales! Plus, BabyCentre editor Joanne joins the podcast to talk about the incessant messages asking if you’ve given birth yet!The Parent Pod is hosted by Lucy Toseland-Bolton and Claire Mutimer, both mums to young children and both BabyCentre parents. It is produced by BabyCentre UK and Tin Shed Productions. Download all 48 episodes now.BabyCentre UK has hundreds of pages covering conception, pregnancy, birth and parenting at babycentre.co.uk. You can also follow BabyCentre UK on Facebook @facebook.com/BabyCentreUK, Instagram @instagram.com/babycentre, Pinterest @pinterest.co.uk/babycentre, Twitter @twitter.com/babycentreuk and YouTube @youtube.com/babycentreBabyCenter is one of the most popular pregnancy and parenting resources in the world. The website, app, social media platforms and regular email bulletins offer medically-evidenced based information for those trying to conceive, parents-to-be, as well as mums and dads once their baby has arrived.Sign up for weekly emailed bulletins and download the BabyCentre app through the App Store or Google Play to follow your pregnancy week-by-week through to the first year of your baby’s life.If you're interested in reading more about some of the topics in this episode, the following links may be useful:I'm overdue, now what?What is a membrance sweep?Induced labourCan sex bring on labour?Are there any ways to bring on labour naturally?Disclaimer: The podcasts don’t replace medical advice and you should always speak to your own doctor, midwife or clinician if you have any concerns.This episode is sponsored by MAM
While your baby may still be cosy where he is, sleep may feel near impossible for you – this week, we talk about how to sleep as safely and as comfortably as you can at this stage. We also hear from a dad of two, Joshua - aka The Dad He - who gives his perspective on labour and the first few days at home.The Parent Pod is hosted by Lucy Toseland-Bolton and Claire Mutimer, both mums to young children and both BabyCentre parents. It is produced by BabyCentre UK and Tin Shed Productions. Download all 48 episodes now.BabyCentre UK has hundreds of pages covering conception, pregnancy, birth and parenting at babycentre.co.uk. You can also follow BabyCentre UK on Facebook @facebook.com/BabyCentreUK, Instagram @instagram.com/babycentre, Pinterest @pinterest.co.uk/babycentre, Twitter @twitter.com/babycentreuk and YouTube @youtube.com/babycentreBabyCenter is one of the most popular pregnancy and parenting resources in the world. The website, app, social media platforms and regular email bulletins offer medically-evidenced based information for those trying to conceive, parents-to-be, as well as mums and dads once their baby has arrived.Sign up for weekly emailed bulletins and download the BabyCentre app through the App Store or Google Play to follow your pregnancy week-by-week through to the first year of your baby’s life.If you're interested in reading more about some of the topics in this episode, the following links may be useful:Your pregnancy at 40 weeks through to birth40 weeks pregnant: fetal developmentInduced labourDisclaimer: The podcasts don’t replace medical advice and you should always speak to your own doctor, midwife or clinician if you have any concerns.This episode is sponsored by MAM
Your due date could be any day now and this week you will hear about the final changes that happen to your baby before you meet him. You may feel that time has flown by but now feels like it’s come to a standstill? We help you get through these last uncomfortable days! It’s more important than ever to take time for yourself. You’ve probably finished work now, so relax! We’ll also be joined by a midwife to find out what labour is really like. And have you heard of the fourth trimester? We reveal all.The Parent Pod is hosted by Lucy Toseland-Bolton and Claire Mutimer, both mums to young children and both BabyCentre parents. It is produced by BabyCentre UK and Tin Shed Productions. Download all 48 episodes now.BabyCentre UK has hundreds of pages covering conception, pregnancy, birth and parenting at babycentre.co.uk. You can also follow BabyCentre UK on Facebook @facebook.com/BabyCentreUK, Instagram @instagram.com/babycentre, Pinterest @pinterest.co.uk/babycentre, Twitter @twitter.com/babycentreuk and YouTube @youtube.com/babycentreBabyCenter is one of the most popular pregnancy and parenting resources in the world. The website, app, social media platforms and regular email bulletins offer medically-evidenced based information for those trying to conceive, parents-to-be, as well as mums and dads once their baby has arrived.Sign up for weekly emailed bulletins and download the BabyCentre app through the App Store or Google Play to follow your pregnancy week-by-week through to the first year of your baby’s life.If you're interested in reading more about some of the topics in this episode, the following links may be useful:Your pregnancy at 39 weeks39 weeks pregnant: fetal developmentNatural ways to get labour startedThe fourth trimesterMassage in labourDisclaimer: The podcasts don’t replace medical advice and you should always speak to your own doctor, midwife or clinician if you have any concerns.This episode is sponsored by MAM
Has nesting instinct kicked in for you this week? While it’s exciting to get your home ready for your baby, try to get as much rest as possible. Listen in to find out why taking it easy is so important. In this episode we also answer a question you may have been too afraid to ask – ‘How do I cope with doing a poo after the birth?’ Plus, we'll be talking about what to expect from your body in those first few days and weeks after the birth and hear about what BabyCentre mums have experienced.The Parent Pod is hosted by Lucy Toseland-Bolton and Claire Mutimer, both mums to young children and both BabyCentre parents. It is produced by BabyCentre UK and Tin Shed Productions. Download all 48 episodes now.BabyCentre UK has hundreds of pages covering conception, pregnancy, birth and parenting at babycentre.co.uk. You can also follow BabyCentre UK on Facebook @facebook.com/BabyCentreUK, Instagram @instagram.com/babycentre, Pinterest @pinterest.co.uk/babycentre, Twitter @twitter.com/babycentreuk and YouTube @youtube.com/babycentreBabyCenter is one of the most popular pregnancy and parenting resources in the world. The website, app, social media platforms and regular email bulletins offer medically-evidenced based information for those trying to conceive, parents-to-be, as well as mums and dads once their baby has arrived.Sign up for weekly emailed bulletins and download the BabyCentre app through the App Store or Google Play to follow your pregnancy week-by-week through to the first year of your baby’s life.If you're interested in reading more about some of the topics in this episode, the following links may be useful:Your pregnancy at 38 weeks38 weeks pregnant: fetal developmentI'm scared of doing my first poo after giving birth. When will it happen and will it hurt?Disclaimer: The podcasts don’t replace medical advice and you should always speak to your own doctor, midwife or clinician if you have any concerns.This episode is sponsored by MAM
You’re now full term! In this episode, find out about the development your baby still has to do. Listen in to discover what contractions feel like and how to know when it’s not Braxton Hicks. We'll also discuss whether having small breasts makes a difference to breastfeeding. Plus, we’ll put your mind at ease by covering things other mums have been surprised by after the birth. All we’re saying is – buy those maternity pads now!The Parent Pod is hosted by Lucy Toseland-Bolton and Claire Mutimer, both mums to young children and both BabyCentre parents. It is produced by BabyCentre UK and Tin Shed Productions. Download all 48 episodes now.BabyCentre UK has hundreds of pages covering conception, pregnancy, birth and parenting at babycentre.co.uk. You can also follow BabyCentre UK on Facebook @facebook.com/BabyCentreUK, Instagram @instagram.com/babycentre, Pinterest @pinterest.co.uk/babycentre, Twitter @twitter.com/babycentreuk and YouTube @youtube.com/babycentreBabyCenter is one of the most popular pregnancy and parenting resources in the world. The website, app, social media platforms and regular email bulletins offer medically-evidenced based information for those trying to conceive, parents-to-be, as well as mums and dads once their baby has arrived.Sign up for weekly emailed bulletins and download the BabyCentre app through the App Store or Google Play to follow your pregnancy week-by-week through to the first year of your baby’s life.If you're interested in reading more about some of the topics in this episode, the following links may be useful:Your pregnancy at 37 weeks37 weeks pregnant: fetal developmentWhat a mucus plug looks likeSigns of labourBleeding after birth (lochia)Disclaimer: The podcasts don’t replace medical advice and you should always speak to your own doctor, midwife or clinician if you have any concerns.This episode is sponsored by MAM
How will you know you’re in labour? Listen to hear the tell-tale signs and hear from other BabyCentre mums of how they knew they were in labour. Also this week, it’s a great idea to have your bag packed and ready, but have you thought about who will look after children or pets? Hear our top tips on planning for everything! Your baby may be preparing for labour too this week – we learn how your midwife will check what position your baby is in.The Parent Pod is hosted by Lucy Toseland-Bolton and Claire Mutimer, both mums to young children and both BabyCentre parents. It is produced by BabyCentre UK and Tin Shed Productions. Download all 48 episodes now.BabyCentre UK has hundreds of pages covering conception, pregnancy, birth and parenting at babycentre.co.uk. You can also follow BabyCentre UK on Facebook @facebook.com/BabyCentreUK, Instagram @instagram.com/babycentre, Pinterest @pinterest.co.uk/babycentre, Twitter @twitter.com/babycentreuk and YouTube @youtube.com/babycentreBabyCenter is one of the most popular pregnancy and parenting resources in the world. The website, app, social media platforms and regular email bulletins offer medically-evidenced based information for those trying to conceive, parents-to-be, as well as mums and dads once their baby has arrived.Sign up for weekly emailed bulletins and download the BabyCentre app through the App Store or Google Play to follow your pregnancy week-by-week through to the first year of your baby’s life.If you're interested in reading more about some of the topics in this episode, the following links may be useful:Your pregnancy at 36 weeks36 weeks pregnant: fetal developmentHow will I know I am in labour (video)Disclaimer: The podcasts don’t replace medical advice and you should always speak to your own doctor, midwife or clinician if you have any concerns.This episode is sponsored by MAM
You may be able to see your baby’s movements from your bump this week – listen to find out what they’re up to in there. It’s natural to feel like you’re running out of room and the kicks may be uncomfortable to say the least. Also this week we'll discuss what happens when having a c-section and talk about tips on how to cope. And in case you wanted to know - we ask and answer whether you should you shave or wax in preparation for labour!The Parent Pod is hosted by Lucy Toseland-Bolton and Claire Mutimer, both mums to young children and both BabyCentre parents. It is produced by BabyCentre UK and Tin Shed Productions. Download all 48 episodes now.BabyCentre UK has hundreds of pages covering conception, pregnancy, birth and parenting at babycentre.co.uk. You can also follow BabyCentre UK on Facebook @facebook.com/BabyCentreUK, Instagram @instagram.com/babycentre, Pinterest @pinterest.co.uk/babycentre, Twitter @twitter.com/babycentreuk and YouTube @youtube.com/babycentreBabyCenter is one of the most popular pregnancy and parenting resources in the world. The website, app, social media platforms and regular email bulletins offer medically-evidenced based information for those trying to conceive, parents-to-be, as well as mums and dads once their baby has arrived.Sign up for weekly emailed bulletins and download the BabyCentre app through the App Store or Google Play to follow your pregnancy week-by-week through to the first year of your baby’s life.If you're interested in reading more about some of the topics in this episode, the following links may be useful:Your pregnancy at 35 weeks35 weeks pregnant: fetal developmentC-section: giving birth by caesarean sectionDisclaimer: The podcasts don’t replace medical advice and you should always speak to your own doctor, midwife or clinician if you have any concerns.This episode is sponsored by MAM
Heartburn and indigestion may be making a comeback this week, listen for some helpful tips. In this episode we’ll also be asking: what is a perineal massage, and should you be doing it? BabyCentre antenatal teacher Chess explains exactly how to do it if you want to try. Plus, hear our guidance on writing a birth plan – why should you do it and what should it include?The Parent Pod is hosted by Lucy Toseland-Bolton and Claire Mutimer, both mums to young children and both BabyCentre parents. It is produced by BabyCentre UK and Tin Shed Productions. Download all 48 episodes now.BabyCentre UK has hundreds of pages covering conception, pregnancy, birth and parenting at babycentre.co.uk. You can also follow BabyCentre UK on Facebook @facebook.com/BabyCentreUK, Instagram @instagram.com/babycentre, Pinterest @pinterest.co.uk/babycentre, Twitter @twitter.com/babycentreuk and YouTube @youtube.com/babycentreBabyCenter is one of the most popular pregnancy and parenting resources in the world. The website, app, social media platforms and regular email bulletins offer medically-evidenced based information for those trying to conceive, parents-to-be, as well as mums and dads once their baby has arrived.Sign up for weekly emailed bulletins and download the BabyCentre app through the App Store or Google Play to follow your pregnancy week-by-week through to the first year of your baby’s life.If you're interested in reading more about some of the topics in this episode, the following links may be useful:Your pregnancy at 34 weeks34 weeks pregnant: fetal developmentWriting a birth planDisclaimer: The podcasts don’t replace medical advice and you should always speak to your own doctor, midwife or clinician if you have any concerns.This episode is sponsored by MAM
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Hilarious, fun and informative podcast - love it!

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