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Is your baby too dependent? Will babywearing make baby clingy? Is it ok to restrain baby? These questions aren't uncommon when it comes to babywearing. While studies have shown that babywearing stimulates physical and emotional wellbeing of babies, the decision making process (before babywearing) seems to be on the line of fire. The glaring and underlying question being: is babywearing and baby dependence...


A ring sling allows you to spend closer and intimate moments with your little one. Apart from the obvious sense of happiness parents and babies get from being close to each other, there are physical and emotional benefits of babywearing. Let’s face it, ring slings are the most economical babywearing option out there. So, we’ve compiled a list of 3...


Though attachment parenting is a phrase coined by renowned pediatrician Dr. William Sears, the concept has been a part of human history for centuries. All cultures have expressions defining the mother and child bond. In fact, the mother child bond is also visible with all other mammals. The idea behind attachment parenting is intuitive, but Dr. Sears structured this idea...


Budgeting for a big family can be quite a task! It can be a feat to make ends meet. When you have a big family, the money left over after tax needs to be spent a little thoughtfully.  But, does life with a big family mean it’s all about rationed minced-meat, porridge and misery? Whilst I don’t mind the odd sausage,...


We recently took the kids on a road trip to Noosa, the happiest place on earth. From our house in Sydney, that means we need to drive for approximately 14-hour straight (not including bladder-related interruptions). We thought this could be fun as we were dying for some warmth, and what could be a better destination than sunny Queensland? Most families, of...



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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