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Have you ever written a birth plan and have things go not quite as you had expected? Sometimes, we have to let go of the birth we had once visualised and focus on what is best for us and baby when the moment comes. Jessica O’Neil, or @mymooandroo, as she is often known in the Instagram world, welcomed the arrival of her rainbow baby, Alfie James Bolton last February. Read how Jess came to terms with a massive change in her birth plan, welcoming Alfie in the back of an ambulance. A few months ago Joanna from Marta Faye Photography got in touch with us about a feature idea to put the spotlight on women who became mothers at 40 and challenge the negative misconceptions that it is, ‘too hard to have children as an older mum’. We put out a call out on our Facebook page and were humbled by such a massive response of women wanting to get involved in the project! Some women have been focused on their careers, while some have waited a long time to get pregnant, undergoing fertility treatments to have their much wanted family. Thank you to all the mums for telling their stories! This year, parenting community BabyDoc Club became a global partner, spearheading a campaign of Maternal Mental Health Awareness for Ireland. With no Government maternal mental health policy or national healthcare support service for women seeking help, BabyDoc Club joined forces with Parentline to highlight the charity's support services in this area and help raise vital funds. We are delighted that 2020 brought Ireland's first Maternal Mental Health Awareness Day, on the first Wednesday in May. Make sure to enter all our great giveaways. We have; a family break at Galway Coastal Cottages, anewmum Alpha Stem Aid and 5 starter packs from Dr. Brown’s. Enjoy the read!

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