Amanda Thompson knows a thing or two about preparing for birth. She has supported hundreds of families who are preparing for the big day, in all manner of circumstances. Whether it’s a home birth, an elective C-Section, a delivery in a midwife led unit or even a surprisingly early birth in an unexpected location, Amanda has helped women through it all. She is a qualified Antenatal teacher, and one of the founders of Bundle - a group of experts who offer antenatal and postnatal courses, baby massage classes, paediatric first aid classes and more, all face to face in London or online on Zoom.
Amanda is also a mother of five, including two sets of twins! She has kindly shared her knowledge and advice with us today, with a list of expert tips for preparing for birth, gathered from the collective knowledge of over a decade of women giving birth with her support.
Being pregnant during these unprecedented times can be really worrying. So do talk to your caregivers about any concerns that you have and to ask your hospital trust about their latest coronavirus policies.
If you still have any questions about preparing for birth, don’t hesitate to get in touch directly with Amanda and the Bundle team. https://www.bundlelondon.com/
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