For new mums, it can be very difficult to find the right help and guidance to suit you and your new family. As we are always told, there isn’t a manual for parenting; so in some ways the majority of your decisions will ultimately be based on your maternal instincts.
But before you can tap into this sixth sense, you will be force-fed so much information from all kinds of preparatory services that you may feel overloaded.
Before my son arrived, I attended antenatal classes, gratefully received all of the baby books in the East Midlands and was given ongoing advice from our midwife. Whilst some of this advice seemed useful, I needed a way of filtering the most practical information and, to seek this help, I turned to social media: Twitter.
Twitter became my best friend and, no matter what time of day or night, there would always be…
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