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Expecting a baby can be both an exciting and worrying time.

Informing yourself

If you are reading this you have done really well in finding information and reaching out for help.

Most mothers go into pregnancy not knowing a lot about it.

How do you think you might feel about empowering yourself by getting in the know on all things birth and baby?

Where can I learn more?

  • How would you feel about talking through your fears and excitements with a parent, close friend or family member?
  • Are you a reader? If so, could you find books about baby and birth? 
  • If you like podcasts, perhaps you can find one which shares other women’s stories?
  • Or if you prefer television, there are many programmes and series which highlight pregnancy and having a baby

You are not alone

Nobody is born with parenting skills. Everybody has to learn how to feed, bathe and generally take care of a baby.

How do you think you could find these things out? Remember you have done really well in finding this information page.

There are many individuals and organisations who can offer support to you when you are pregnant.

Remember, Childline is always here to listen.

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