Sunday, September 20, 2009

spotlight on Mother Nurture

Mother Nurture is all about antenatal education for birth and the early days of parenthood. Registered midwife and Hertfordshire mum, Tracey McGrath, offers groups classes or individual sessions.

Tracey recently took a position at the Luton and Dunstable NHS Trust, based on delivery suite, Tracey says, "it's a very fulfilling place to work. The one thing that is more apparent to me having worked for the last year soley on delivery suite is how unprepared both physically and psychologically many women are for the realities and wonder of child birth. This both saddens and worries me."

So, why Mother Nurture?
Tracey continues, "Quite simply, I strongly believe in the value of preparation for birth and parenthood and I thoroughly enjoy supporting women and families during the birth and into the early days and weeks with their newborn. I welcome the opportunity to do these things with local women and families in Hertfordshire."

Mother Nurture offers the chance of building a trusting relationship with a health care professional who can offer evidence based support during your pregnancy, birth, whilst you establish breastfeeding and with general baby care. Sessions can be flexible and are aimed at meeting your individual needs during this very special time.

Come and meet Tracey at the Bumps, Babes & Beyond Fayre and feel free to talk to her, she would love to meet you.
You can contact Tracey in the meantime via email at and visit her online site at



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