The brand new Pregnancy Sense book

With so many of our mommy readers pregnant, we decided on the perfect giveaway JUST for you! Or for your pregnant family member or friend! Our winner was announced here.

“If you are pregnant, or planning to be, Pregnancy Sense is a book that belongs on your shelf or next to your bed along with Baby Sense and Sleep Sense,” Tina Otte, author and specialist editor Your Pregnancy magazine.

Pregnancy is a journey like no other. It is the start of a new human life. It is also the birth of a mother who, over nine months, changes in every possible way – physically, emotionally and socially.

Your nutrition, wellbeing and emotions during this wonderful time play a large role in defining the rest of your baby’s life. The experience must also be safe and containing for you to provide your baby with the ultimate start and shape his potential.

Birth – your baby’s entry into our world – is a profoundly significant moment, one you don’t get to repeat. Being empowered with knowledge, understanding your choices and being active in the process will make a huge difference. Ultimately, it does not matter how your baby is born; what matters is how you experience it and that it is safe.

Reading Pregnancy Sense will reduce the anxiety that may stem from the unknown and help you make your choices with insight and flexibility.

  • Preparing for pregnancy
  • Birth choices
  • Your growing baby week by week
  • Your changing body week by week
  • A guide to birth
  • Premature birth
  • Your newborn’s first days and weeks.
“Pregnancy Sense is such a gently informative book about such a vital aspect of many women’s lives. Well done!” Kate Christie, midwife.

“I couldn’t have found this book at a more fitting time. As a pregnant reader, I found it to be thorough, user-friendly and real. Most of all, it eased so many of my concerns and left me with the feeling that I will be just fine when baby arrives – exactly what every mom-to-be needs,” Lisa Raleigh, media personality and wellness expert

“It was wonderful to read Pregnancy Sense. It’s so far from my daily life where, to be honest, we are just trying to get moms and babies to survive. It is so refreshing to remember the whole spectrum of this beautiful, amazing thing called pregnancy and birth,” Kate Christie, Midwife.

“There is no reason today, for a woman to enter her pregnancy and birth experience in a fearful and ignorant state of mind. There is a wealth of information available to prospective mothers and this book will make sure you are well informed and equipped. The authors have succeeded in covering everything you need to know as you move through the ‘child bearing’ stage of your life. It looks at things from the developing baby’s perspective, as well as the mother’s perspective. The information and advice in this book provides you with information about many of the procedures and options that are available to you today. It will go a long way to enhancing your own pregnancy and birth experience,” Tina Otte, author, specialist editor of Your Pregnancy magazine.

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About the authors

Megan Faure (OTR) Meg is an occupational therapist with a special interest in babies and toddlers. Her clinical practice is in Cape Town and she consults and speaks internationally. Passionate about parenting babies, Meg seeks to assist parents to nurture their baby’s emotional world in all her areas of work. She co-authored Baby Sense, Sleep Sense and Feeding Sense and in 2011 wrote The Baby Sense Secret. Always seeking practical solutions for parenting, she founded the Baby Sense product brand, which she sold in 2014. In 2016 she launched a toddler playgroup. She wrote the smart phone application called Baby Sense Day-by-Day and is currently working on a wearable device for infants.

Jacky Searle (MB BCh FCOG (SA)). Jacky is an obstetrician/gynaecologist and has been working in private practice at Vincent Pallotti Hospital in Cape Town for almost 18 years. She offers honest and sensible guidance to pregnant women, empowering them and helping them achieve a safe and spectacular outcome.

Heather Wood (RN, RM). Heather has been the clinic sister at Thula Baby Centre, in Mouille Point, Cape Town for 10 years. She teaches antenatal classes in Rondebosch and Mouille Point, preparing couples for birth and supporting them afterwards to become confident parents.

The Baby Sense Baby Wrap

The other part of the prize is probably something you are all already familiar with. The Baby Sense Baby Wrap is a versatile carrier, which is fully adjustable ensuring a perfect fit every time. This one-size versatility fits all caregivers and grows with your baby. The wide shoulder support evenly distributes weight across the entire back and hips. The tapered ends make wrapping easier, there is less fabric to handle and it allows for ease of movement when wrapped.

Pregnancy sense wrap

Wait! First, pop over to Facebook and give the Pregnancy Sense page a like! Invite any preggy family or friends you might have too! Sharing is caring 😉

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Good luck everybody!!

Our winner was announced on 03 October! We will select another winner if we are unable to reach you before midnight on Friday 10 October.

*This competition is sadly only open to those currently residing in South Africa*




  1. I’m carrying monoamniotic twins so full term 12 Feb but I’ll be delivering anytime between end of December and beginning of January. I’d absolutely love to win these items!!

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