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SPINNING BABIES is an approach that uses maternal physiology & fetal positioning to ease pregnancy & birth. This site is a must if you want to improve fetal position (breech, transverse, posterior) and your birth:

THE POSITIVE BIRTH MOVEMENT are a global network of free to attend antenatal groups, linked up by social media:

THE DAD NETWORK combines a personal blog with an ever-growing community of dads:

DOULA UK offers information about Doulas as well as a directory of your local Doulas:

TELL ME A GOOD BIRTH STORY is a collection of positive birth stories for your enjoyment:

NATIONAL BREASTFEEDING HELPLINE  |  Helpline: 0300 100 0212  |

ABM (Association of Breastfeeding Mothers  |  Helpline 0300 350 5453  |

NORFOLK DOULAS a directory (cuddle) of local Norfolk doulas.


Here are some good sources of evidence based information & guidance:

AIMS (Association for Improvements in the Maternity Services) provides information and support. Do also take a look at their publications:

NICE (The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) provides national guidance and advice to improve health and social care:

SARA WICKHAM is a midwife and researcher. Her website is crammed with 'information, inspiration and illumination for midwives, birth folk, women and families'

ANALYTICAL ARMADILLO provides a collection of carefully curated material on infant feeding and early parenthood:




The 'Why it Matters' range are easy to digest books written by leaders in their field They give you a great insight into many of the topics expanded upon in other publications and are a relative bargain. If you purchase them from the publisher, Pinter & Martin, direct you can receive a discount for purchasing 5 books.

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Why Home Birth Matters by Natalie Meddings

Why Hypnobirthing Matters by Katrina Berry

Why Doulas Matter by Maddie McMahon

Why Human Rights in Childbirth Matter by Rebecca Schiller

Why Perinatal Depression Matters by Mia Scotland

Why Mothers' Medication Matters by Charlotte Young

Why Breastfeeding Matters by Wendy Jones

Why the Politics of Breastfeeding Matter by Gabrielle Palmer

Why Your Baby's Sleep Matters by Sarah Ockwell-Smith

Why Baby Wearing Matters by Rosie Knowles

Why Starting Solids Matters by Amy Brown