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  • Baby2Body sends mums personal tips
  • Baby2Body sends mums personal tips
    Tina Floersch (2016) ©
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Baby2Body sends mums personal tips

Online platform Baby2Body provides personal tips and recommendations for women who are planning for pregnancy, for those who are pregnant and for those who've already had kids. And it's combatting stereotypes around pregnancy and motherhood in the process.

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