Mamaway Blog- Mamaway a great leap of motherhood.

Chances are, you’ve spent the past several months dreaming of the day you finally get to meet the tiny human growing inside you. It’s week 35 of your pregnancy, you’ve already stocked up on baby clothes, set up the nursery, installed the infant car seat, and maybe even lined up some helpers to make the transition back home with a...


  You’ve heard it all before… there are no university medals, just a cute bundle to behold. So, let’s be smart and understand all there is to know, so we can make informed, educated decisions about our bodies and our babies. This is not a shame-game, moms. We need to get prepped for ALL the resources available – both natural...


The word ‘doula’ is a Greek word and it means to ‘mother the mother’.  A perfect job description. As a doula, I’m not medically trained, like a midwife, nor do I have the expertise to deliver a baby.  But what I do offer is a supportive role in the journey of a pregnant woman.  I support her in many ways...


Labor is called labour for a reason, it’s tough work and there’s no getting around it. However, if someone claimed that you could have a comfortable and swift labour… you’d want to hear about it, right? The first place to start, is to understand some of the crazy, wicked, Yoda-smart hormones that your clever little system is capable of producing!...


For the most part, the final stretch of pregnancy is spent asking the final down and dirty questions about labour and beyond.  Chats that include formerly un-speakable subjects: maxi-pads, stool softeners and Sits Baths, become common-place. However, many women are clothed with very little information when it comes to a Caesarean section, especially if they go in to labour with...



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Find Your Perfect Fit

It's hard to know which size to buy when you are pregnant and in between sizes.
Please use the following tips as a guide to help you decide which size to buy.

It's hard to know which size to buy when you are pregnant and in between sizes.  please use the following tips as a guide to help you decide which size to buy.


We recommend you stay with your pre-pregnancy size when choosing maternity wear. The main changes will be in your bust.

* Not all sizes available in all styles 



To get your size, start at your belly button and go all the way around then match your measurement to the corresponding size.

For our recovery shaper tops, we suggest you choose one size smaller than your normal clothing size for a better fit.


Early stages of pregnancy: please use your pre-pregnancy body size.
Close to your due date : please select one size smaller than your current size.


During Pregnancy: Our under bust size will gradually increase as your baby grows, for up to one cup size.
Postnatal: Avoid buying maternity bras in the first two weeks, as your bust (cup size) will increase significantly to prepare for breastfeeding. It usually settles in the second week.

* Not all sizes available in all styles