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“25 weird reactions I got when people found out I was pregnant”

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    Life

    Truth time: is it ever possible to have an eco-friendly pregnancy?

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    Life

    Why the new NICE birth guidelines are so worrying for women of colour

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    Fashion

    Maternity fashion is a bumpy ride – here’s how to navigate it

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“I had big dreams for my maternity leave – but then lockdown happened”

Jessica’s expectations for her maternity leave were very different to the reality that lockdown left her with. Here’s what she learned from her disappointment.

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Jessica Anais Rach
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A frank and honest conversation about being a “feminist mum”

Sarah Jane Crawford joins the Baby On The Brain podcast to discuss.

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Lucy Robinson
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Podcasts

What can be done to stop women from suffering financially after having a child?

This week on the Baby On The Brain podcast, the host explores what happens to the gender pay gap during motherhood.

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Stylist Team
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Podcasts

It’s time to discuss jealousy and the myth of the ‘perfect’ pregnancy

How can you navigate motherhood without the green-eyed monster getting the better of you?

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Stylist Team
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Baby On The Brain podcast: “Culturally there’s a massive challenge around asking for help”

Exploring the challenges faced by Black mothers in pregnancy and childbirth.

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People

“We need male allies in our homes to be fighting for shared parental leave”

Anna Whitehouse and Adanna Steinacker on Stylist's Baby On The Brain podcast

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Felicity Thistlethwaite
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Podcasts

Baby On The Brain podcast: “If someone asks if you want help, accept it”

Tiredness is one thing that all new mums experience. So how exactly do they deal with it?

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Lucy Robinson
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Podcasts

“My saving grace in the first few months of having my daughter was having a mum WhatApp group”

Black Ballad founder Tobi Oredein joins the Baby On The Brain podcast.

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Stylist Team
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Opinion

“Inhospitable womb, lazy uterus and barren need to be scrapped from our vocabulary”

Dr Ellie Rayner doesn't think the out-dated terms work.

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Dr Ellie Rayner
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Podcasts

Podcasts about motherhood, including Stylist’s Baby On The Brain

Because sometimes you just need to hear it from another woman.

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Stylist Team
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Podcasts

“I didn’t want to be known as the pregnant woman who was now less ambitious”

Stylist's Lisa Harvey and entrepreneur Adanna Steinacker discuss motherhood identity on Stylist's Baby On The Brain podcast.

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Stylist Team
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Baby On The Brain: Stylist’s new franchise exploring motherhood in 2021

It's not about feeding or birth, it's all about you.

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People

How lockdown is reshaping returning from maternity leave

There's a whole new world of work out there, and it's not easy to navigate.

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MaryLou Costa
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Long Reads

“I felt like I missed my chance at parenthood by the narrowest of margins”

Rosie Wilby talks about motherhood as a gay woman.

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Rosie Wilby
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