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It was cheap to attend, toys were provided and two volunteer older ladies served up tea, coffee, squash and biscuits.
We even had a health visitor turn up every other week to answer all our questions.
We leave the children with the storyteller, while us mums go into another area of the library and have tea and biscuits.
I met a lot of my mum friends this way and it's a great chance to have a gossip." Lynda "I was really struggling with breastfeeding so I asked my health visitor to put me in touch with other mums in the same situation.
We take our babies, grab a cup of coffee and a cake, and have a good chat.
I know loads of towns are picking up on this idea, so it's worth looking out for if you're part of the cloth nappy brigade." Karen "Every week at our cinema there is ' The Big Scream'.
Btw , her name is Audrey and she's the most beautiful thing I have ever seen!
my little man is 4 n half months drinking 6oz of formula every 3 hours n still hungry he was born 5lb n already is a healthy 15lb im worried im overfeeding as he looking quite chunky his so ready for weaning n ive strted steamed veges bt he still wants his 6oz of milk cab anyone relate to this??
Not only are these places to meet other new mums but they give you lots of useful information on weaning, nappies, sleep routines and more.It’s definitely worth checking to see if your area has something similar." Gemma If you want to make friends in the Baby Centre community, why not join your Birth Club?Baby centre has been an awesome baby and I are 4weeks and 2days today.Throughout your search, our Customer Care Team is here to help.You can contact us with any question big or small and we promise to get back to you quickly. Why not treat yourself to tickets at our exclusive Champagne Table (£400 for up to 8 guests, plus 2 bottles of Champagne and a Show brochure), for further information call the booking line on 08 Please note that under 18's will not be admitted. With some of your favourites from the last 20 glorious years re-imagined, added to new scenes of spectacular costumes, choreography and – of course – hilarious comedy!During the early days with your newborn, it’s normal to feel quite isolated. The thought of being sociable and making new friends can seem impossible.Don't worry, the great thing about meeting other new mums is that they know just how you feel.I love my baby to bits but the episiotomy wound made me frustrated and depressed, I always came here to read from other mum's and their experience.It's been 4 long weeks, the wound isn't completely healed but I am definitely hopeful and adapting to my princess.