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11th of December 2018 11:58 AM Link
It's the last week of term, but never fear, you can see us again next week at the Christmas Parties! 🥳

Online booking is essential so we can ensure your baby gets a present. 🎁

If you book on a class this also gives you the chance to have your baby photographed by Ruth, for a wonderful festive keepsake. 📸

PLUS come and see what we're dressed up as this time! 😂

Book online through the timetable:
Monday: https://suffolkbabies.co.uk/events/monday-christmas-parties/ Tuesday: https://suffolkbabies.co.uk/events/tuesday-christmas-parties/ Thursday: https://suffolkbabies.co.uk/events/thursday-christmas-parties/ Friday: https://suffolkbabies.co.uk/events/friday-christmas-parties/
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10th of December 2018 08:09 PM Link
Before long Christmas will be over and we will be into a new year with all the resolutions and good intentions to lose weight, be slimmer, etc. If you have had a baby recently, please READ THIS ARTICLE before you start that diet!

"So what is happening to Mummy’s body while it is providing this womb outside a uterus to calm and soothe a new-born? Loads of things: our metabolism changes and we lay down more in terms of fat reserves – logical, as if there was a famine we would want the breast feeding mums or the mums of young children to survive. You are most likely sleeping in short spells rather than 8 hours overnight – this also affects the way that your body burns calories and you will crave sugar or carbohydrate rich foods. Your body is slowly recovering from 9 months of pregnancy where you actually made a new human being, the human being that you are now nurturing 24 hours a day 7 days a week without a moment to yourself. Quite frankly it’s a miracle that Mums in the first 14 weeks leave the house fully dressed (I am five years post-natal – I did the school run with my shirt inside out last week.) I would argue that it is totally imperative that at this point of your post-natal journey you are not thinking about restricting your calorie intake or embarking on an intense exercise routine – a lot of people view the six week check as point that marks recovery from birth but in fact it is only the beginning – a watershed that allows you to start investigating the right options for you."
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10th of December 2018 01:52 PM Link
Hi everyone, just to let you know that this Wednesday (12th Dec) is the final Latch Patch before Christmas! Emma will be back on 9th January. :-)

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