Monthly Archives: July 2012

Caesareans – some essential, many not.

July 31, 2012
By
sarah

The highest caesarean section rate recorded in a hospital in England (2011), Scotland (2010) and Wales (2011) was 36.3%, 32% and 34.3% respectively. This is high – very high. And although the World Health Organisation officially withdrew its recommended caesarean percentage rate of 10% – 15% in 2010, with these rates more than double...

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It’s breast to stop, now!

July 25, 2012
By
rosie-wright

I have decided to write about stopping breastfeeding (after 6 months and once it has become firmly established and part of yours and your baby’s routine), and particularly my own experiences, as this is a little talked about issue. Most of the bump out there is about starting breastfeeding, not stopping, and it isn’t...

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Press pass time rolls around again…

July 20, 2012
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Our graphic designer Lee checking the colours on the print

While the British summer seems to still be eluding us, we’ve been hard at work here at JoJo Maman Bébé and have just finished putting together our Autumn Winter catalogue. We really love it and hope you’re looking forward to seeing the new range! The final stage in the long process of designing a...

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Kirsty McCabe – Back to Work

July 17, 2012
By
Kirsty BBC

Being a working mum is the ultimate juggling act. Trying to balance the demands of work and family often leaves me feeling tired, guilty and like I’m just keeping my head above water. But while part of me would love to stay home with Ethan all day, I know that I wanted to get...

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The real cost of costly childcare

July 3, 2012
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When it comes to choosing to have a baby, our finances of course play their part, but not having a choice when it comes to going back to work, due to the astronomical costs of childcare in the UK, is quite a depressing reality. Contraception gives us a choice when it comes to the...

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