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Labour is simply 'work' with the best ever reward.

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The word labour by definition means ‘work’.  What does the word ‘work’ mean to you?  To me, it’s focussing on something for a period of time and then receiving reward.  Often the reward is monetary or a feeling pride after achieving a goal.  If you were ‘working out’ at the gym the reward would be endorphins, improved fitness and muscle tone etc.  Therefore ‘work’ always comes to a conclusion and a sense of achievement is experienced at some point.  Of course, the harder you work the better


Why a Babies in Waiting Hypnobirthing course should be at the top of your Christmas list.

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This Christmas is extra special for you.  You are carrying your own precious gift, your baby.  It’s going to be slightly different celebration wise this year.  You will 100% remember all of your work Christmas party and everyone at the Christmas dinner table is going to be ridiculously envious of your maternity leggings.  


If you are contemplating what to put on your Christmas list, here’s why you should ask for a Babies in Waiting Hypnobirthing course. 



The first trimester and the unwritten rule of pregnancy

If like me you ‘just knew’ you were pregnant, well before your missed period, it can be a long twelve weeks waiting for your first scan. I’d taken test after test, waiting for the second line to appear and watching it get darker with each test. We were excited, we wanted to tell the world.. but, WHAT IF?


The beautiful birth of Abigail

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'Chris and I attended the Babies in Waiting course and cannot recommend it enough.

As a sufferer of anxiety, mainly health anxiety, labour has always been something I have had a phobia/fear of. I always knew I wanted children but felt scared of going through labour. Of course this fear was built up by society “horror stories” or the media; what I'd seen on T.V or films etc.


Babies in Waiting is simply the best!

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Back in 2012 my sister told me she wanted to do hypnobirthing in preparation for the birth of my beautiful niece Ivy. She attended a private course with Jo from Babies in Waiting in Billericay and absolutely loved it.

‘Having a baby at home?!...that’s too risky!!’ I said. ‘No drugs...not even gas and air? You must be mad!! Have you not watched ‘One born every minute?!’ I said.

Well, when Ivy did finally arrive my sister absolutely bossed it, and I remember thinking...if there is a way to bring a baby in to the world, that is it!