Your Baby Essentials Checklist

Window to the Womb Baby Essentials

When you’re expecting, it’s difficult to know exactly what you will need for your newborn and what products are best for you. To help, we have compiled a checklist of all the baby essentials you might need during your pregnancy and for your newborn during the first few months, A buggy, pram or pushchair which lies flat for newborn babies … Read More

New Years Resolutions a Pregnant Lady Will Want To Keep

Pregnant Ladies 2017 Resolutions

I will not Google every single pregnancy symptom – Obviously, we would never suggest you let a major symptom go unchecked, but do you REALLY need to investigate the cause of that random chin hair that sprouted? Probably not! All those internet searches will do is lead you down a path of paranoia and worry – which is not something … Read More

Why Being Pregnant At Christmas Is The Best

No matter what your festive period brings, relax and enjoy it, knowing that next year, baby’s first Christmas will come with a whole new set of very different, but still very fab perks! Read More: Read More: Yes there is always lots of do’s & don’ts for pregnant ladies at Christmas but here’s why being pregnant at Christmas is actually … Read More

Alcohol Free Guide To Christmas

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Christmas and other social occasions can be a little difficult when you’re staying off the drink! But avoiding alcohol doesn’t mean being miserable or banishing all flavour either. Cranberry Pomegranate Bellinis You’ll need: Cranberry juice, Pomegranate juice, Soda water & Lime juice. What To Do: Start with a base of cranberry and pomegranate juice, then top with soda water and … Read More

Pregnant Ladies Guide To Eating Festive Foods At Christmas

You can eat: Sushi; As long as the fish was frozen first (the raw variety may contain tiny worms that are killed by freezing). Ready-made sushi should be fine as regulations mean that the fish must be frozen first. A restaurant making sushi may use fresh fish, so ask before you order. Smoked salmon is safe too. However, if it’s … Read More

Our 4D Scan Experience – Lyndsay Gardner

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4D Scan: Yesterday we had the most magical experience as we got to see our babies face for the first time! We had a 4D scan at Window to the Womb Surrey. As opposed to being clinical like an NHS scan, this is all about getting you lovely views of your baby to help with bonding. We were are treated … Read More

Welcome To Your Pregnant Christmas

Window to the Womb Pregnant Christmas

Make this Christmas about you (as much as you can, without being a selfish pain-in-the-bum!) After you become a mum, you won’t have the chance to be self-indulgent. Do whatever it is that makes you happy! Whilst pregnant, there are certain foods for you to avoid. Be sure to check with the bakers of any homemade cakes just incase any … Read More

How much alcohol is safe to drink whilst pregnant?

Alcohol in Pregnancy Window to the Womb

If you are planning a pregnancy, already pregnant or breastfeeding your baby, not drinking alcohol is the safest option as it can harm your unborn baby. Both bingeing at the weekend and drinking steadily every day is harmful to your baby. There has been no research that shows an occasional drink will have little effect on your baby. In fact, … Read More

Our 4D Scan Experience – Georgina Clarke


We were so lucky to have the amazing Georgina Clarke visit our Window to the Womb baby scan studio in Bristol. Georgina runs a wonderful blog “…about pregnancy, babies and parenting!…” and Window to the Womb are lucky enough to feature. In her blog, Georgina describes herself as “…a typical 20 something year old girl (woman?), I have been married … Read More

What is The ‘Nub Theory?’ – The Gender Prediction Method

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You may of seen or heard rumours of the ‘Nub Theory’ – so we thought we would explain exactly what this gender predicting practice is. The ‘Nub Theory’ suggests it’s possible to tell the gender of your child in an ultrasound scan from as early as 12 weeks. It is supposedly the earliest point of prediction using modern technology; however … Read More