Tips for pregnant women

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English girl names

If you are considering an English girl's name for your baby, please visit this page. English baby names can be pronounced in almost any language, and your daughter will have a name that probably not many others have. Find inspiration for English girls' names on this page.

Of course, your baby should have a name that suits her exactly. That's why it makes sense to research names while you're still pregnant. It's a good idea to make a list of names that you like. Then you and your partner can go through the names together, and maybe get closer to a name for your baby. It might also be a good way to find out what your golden child shouldn't be called.

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Nordic baby names 2021 | Nordic boys' and girls' names

In recent years, more and more children have been given the old Nordic names. Saga and Vilja, for example, have become more popular for girls, while boys are more often called Frej and Anker. If you need inspiration for what to name your baby and love the beautiful Nordic names, here's a list of the most popular Nordic baby names in 2021.

Does he look like a Balder or a Loki?" 

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You must have a little brother or sister!

Prepare your baby for its arrival in the best possible way with books on pregnancy written for children. Find lots of inspiration here.

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Mother has a baby inside her belly

by Lars Daneskov

This picture book is fun to illustrate and easy to understand for children aged 3 and up.

Here the child gets an easier understanding of what is actually happening to mum and what else a baby is doing inside the tummy. There's plenty of room for a lot of talking and laughing - including when they find out that the baby pees in the water and drinks it too!

The baby in mother's womb

by Anna Herzog

This picture book is about Oskar and Mia, who are going to be big brother and big sister. It is aimed at children aged 5 and over.

In the book, the two children ask innocent questions about sex and pregnancy. For how did the baby get into the mother's womb? And what are the differences between boys and girls?

The book is written in collaboration with doctors.

There's a baby in mama's belly

- your own thick book about becoming a big brother or sister

by Kim Fupz Aakeson, Eline Sigfusson and Hanne Kvist

This book contains a total of 8 little stories about becoming either a big brother or a big sister. It can be used from the age of 3.

Several authors have come together to share their stories of what it's like to have a baby. The book thus includes examples of joy, frustration, pride and jealousy.

Is this where they fuck?

by Nikoline Werdelin and Maise Njor

This book is absolutely brilliant when you as a parent suddenly have to answer the hard questions about how children are made.

It is an entertaining and educational read-aloud book for children aged 5 and up.

It is about a mother, father, Frederik aged 5 and Marie aged 8 - they are soon to have a little sister. Along the way, the children ask questions about the whole situation with their mother's big belly and her little sister on the way.

Willi becomes big brother

by Inger Tobiasen

This picture book is for children from 2 years old and deals with the idea of becoming a big brother.

It's a funny story about Willi, who wants a little brother, but gets a little sister. It has fun activities and allows children to have fun and learn at the same time.

When Canute came out

by Jesper Manniche

This book helps guide children through the natural approach to pregnancy and birth.

The book can be read by children of all ages, but they will each benefit in their own way.

The book is based on a home birth, but it can also be used by those who give birth in hospital.

In addition to teaching children about birth, body, mind and love, it also provides the mother with little information to help her have a positive birth.

Reading about the future baby brother or sister is often very interesting for children - because what is really going on inside the mother's tummy? Has she just eaten too much or swallowed a ball?

Pregnancy books written for children contain a lot of fun things that make children reflect and question. That way, you can have a lot of good conversations together.

Help - I'm going to be a dad apps!

Find the best dad apps here.

If you're going to be a dad, you need a dad app! It's really necessary - or at least it's nice.

There are not many apps for expectant or new fathers that are in English. In fact, we could only find one Danish app. But luckily, there are a lot of different apps for dads that are English, so if you know English, these might be options.

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Help - I'm going to be a dad books!

Find the best dad books here.

It may be planned and it may come as a total surprise - either way, the run-up to becoming a father for the first time can be very difficult. We'll help you on your way, with books to give you a better insight into the time ahead.

Pregnancy calendar for men

by Sanne Lykke

This calendar helps the father-to-be through pregnancy week by week - from the man's point of view.

Pregnancy focuses a lot on the fetus and the mother, but here the focus is on you as the father.

The book can be used as a calendar, read out in one long run or used as a reference book.

You're going to be a dad - and you've got 40 weeks to figure it out

by Thomas Oldrup

This book is humorous and easy to read, filled with personal stories and accounts from Thomas Oldrup himself and other men.

This book is divided into 40 weeks, so you can follow along week by week and be well prepared for what awaits you as a father-to-be.

The book also has the factual information about what happens week by week to both the female body and the fetus.

Father on the move

by Lars Daneskov

Dad on the Move is a user's guide for the father-to-be or a brand new dad. It is a reminder of how important it is to be there and how important their voice is, even if the new mother has something else to say.

It's a poignant and entertaining tale of what it's like to be a father and how to cope.

Dad's ABC

by Jens Blauenfeldt

This is the book for the man considering fatherhood, the father-to-be or the toddler dad who thinks he's the only one standing in shit for shoulders.

An honest, personal, funny, wry, provocative and endearing book about what it's like to be a dad.

The book is entertaining and incredibly honest - a must have on the bookshelf in the family as a father's rescue guide.

Helen's book for dad

by Helen Lyng Hansen

She is known as the Net Health Nurse and in this book she talks about the importance of becoming a father and all that a father can contribute.

The focus is usually on mother and child, but becoming a father is very important.

The book helps with attachment between father and child, right from the start and also later on.

Father alone at home

by Dennis Christiansen

This book is more for the dad who needs to be home alone with the little golden bundle on maternity leave.

It's a personal story about being on maternity leave, seeing life from a new perspective and ultimately quitting your job to spend more time with your child. 

The book contains practical questions such as: What the hell are you doing with such a small green pea? Can your masculinity survive baby rhythms with 11 nursing estrogen bombs? And how do you nicely tell your wife that you've lost your son from the changing table? 

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It can be reassuring to read about the experiences of other honest fathers. It can provide a more relaxed approach to the idea of becoming a father or being a father. To be able to turn to a book that is not written for the mother-to-be or new mother, but instead for you as a man.

Pregnancy and exercise

A lot of changes happen to your body during pregnancy - but are you allowed to exercise? Many pregnant women are cautious when it comes to pregnancy and exercise, but it's actually a really good idea to keep your body moving so you're ready for birth and life as a mum. However, don't just exercise like normal. Read on to find out the best way to keep fit when you're pregnant.

When you start exercising, it's important that you have a normal pregnancy and feel good in general. And don't worry, you don't have to be an athlete or a marathon runner to have a healthy pregnancy with exercise. As long as you take care of your cup, and get your heart rate up a bit, you'll be well on your way.

If you don't know how to get started, stay tuned for lots of ideas and tips on how to exercise during your pregnancy.

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Apps for pregnant women

Looking for the best pregnant app? Then stay tuned as we take a look at the many different apps designed for pregnant women. With a pregnancy app, you can follow your pregnancy week by week, and always be on top of your symptoms and your baby's fascinating development.

Satisfy your curiosity with a pregnant app. There are several different apps designed specifically for pregnant women - both free and paid versions. Here's a list of them all to help you decide which apps are worth downloading.

At the bottom, you'll find apps you can use after your baby is born.

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Ideas for decorating the children's room

Decorating children's rooms can be fun, but if you don't know where to start or how to create a common thread, it can be a daunting task. We want to help you decorate your child's room - your guide to both big and small. 

Before you start decorating your children's room, you need to decide what kind of room you want. If you have older children, they may be able to help you decide. This is difficult if you're making a baby room for a future toddler or a toddler who doesn't yet have a say in the decor. 

You can choose to go in the direction of the stylish decor, where the brightly coloured toys are packed well away and it is instead delicate colours or the grey / white scale that is mostly used. You can also opt for a more colourful room where there's room to show off toys.

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HELP - what's happening to my post-pregnancy hair?

You might be in it right now - you're a new mom, have your golden nugget and POST-GRAVITY HAIR! What is it and what can you do about it?

There are various products on the market, both of shampoos, supplements, etc., which can help you reduce hair loss, thin and brittle hair.

Read on for inspiration on how to help your post-pregnancy hair and get rid of the mommy bun on top of your head.

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Get pregnant fast | Your path to the baby of your dreams

Once you've started the baby project, most people want to get pregnant as soon as possible. However, it's not easy for everyone to get pregnant quickly, but there are some things you can actually do to get pregnant quickly. On this page you can read some good [...]

Most babies are born between 01 and 07

According to a study published on, most babies are born at night between 01 and 07. The time when most babies are born is at 04 in the morning. The figures say something about spontaneous births. That is, births that are not induced or are planned caesarean sections. A planned Caesarean will always [...]

Cheap maternity clothes

Maternity clothes are a very obvious place to save money, as they are by nature clothes you only wear for a limited period of time. That's why many people are looking for cheap maternity clothes that are still attractive and wearable. With cheap maternity clothes, you don't have to spend a fortune on maternity clothes that you can only [...]

Pregnancy pillow

A pregnancy pillow is used to support the body. Many pregnant women suffer from body aches and have difficulty resting, and a pregnancy pillow can be a good support. It allows for alternating sleeping positions and relieves the stomach, lower back and legs. Here you can read more about how to best position yourself, [...]

4 ways to spoil your pregnant wife or girlfriend

Being pregnant is hard on your body. That's why it's a good idea to receive a little extra pampering to help you cope with the long wait. Surprise your wife or girlfriend with a bit of a cold, and a break from everyday life before a new everyday begins. Here are 5 ways you can spoil your [...]

Føtex Baby Pack - Good starter pack for baby with fine products

Føtex is one of the stores offering a free baby starter pack for mothers-to-be. If you want to order a baby pack from Føtex, you need to register via the link that appears further down the page. You will then be sent an email with a confirmation, which should appear in the [...]

Club Matas Mamma Pack - Free starter pack for mums-to-be

Club Matas wants to pamper mothers-to-be with great products. At Matas, you can therefore pick up a Mamma pack consisting of 3 delicious pregnancy-friendly products when you sign up for Club Matas Mamma on their website. You will then receive a confirmation email, after which you can go to your local Matas store and pick up your Mamma pack. [...]

Rema1000 Baby Pack - Free starter pack for baby

Free baby starter packs have become a hit, with several stores offering products for the first time with baby. To get your hands on a starter pack from Rema1000, register via the link below. You will then receive a confirmation email, which should appear in your local Rema1000 store within 7 days. You [...]

Lidl Baby Pack - Find free starter pack for baby

Lidl is also on the bandwagon of free baby starter packs for mums-to-be. If you want to get your hands on a starter pack for your baby from Lidl, register via the link below. You will then receive an SMS with a link, which you must click on when you [...]

Travelling during pregnancy - Advice for flying as a pregnant woman

We often hear that parents-to-be take a trip south before their new baby arrives. Here you can relax and especially think about all the joys you have to look forward to as a family. Most pregnant women can travel on holiday without any problems. However, it is very individual [...]

Pregnant week by week | Follow your pregnancy week by week

Pregnant week by week: What happens inside your belly during your 40 weeks of pregnancy? Here you can follow your pregnancy week by week. From the time your baby is a tiny sprout until he or she is full-term and ready to meet the world.

Maternity and post-maternity leave

Many are unemployed when they go on maternity leave, and thus also unemployed after maternity leave. If you are unemployed after maternity leave, you are certainly not alone. Many people are unemployed after maternity leave and need to start looking for work. If you are unemployed after maternity leave, your options are a bit different than if you were to go straight into a job after maternity leave. Here we have tried to make it clear by listing the options and the rules that you have to deal with in this situation. If you are looking for a cheap unemployment insurance fund, you can find an overview here.

Do you need professional input during your maternity leave and would you like to be with other mothers in the same situation?

Read about CA's maternity network on CA's website.


Here are the rules: unemployed on maternity leave ↓

Scroll down to read what to do if you are on maternity leave.


Find the cheapest unemployment funds here

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Get fit after childbirth | How to shed those baby pounds!

Get fit after childbirth in the way that's best for you, your body and your baby.

When you start again after giving birth, don't start in earnest until 6 - 8 weeks after giving birth. If you had a Caesarean section, take special care to start slowly, as your tendons and muscles need time to grow together. Your body needs rest, and you're bound to have plenty to do with a new baby. Also, always be aware of your body and don't push yourself too hard. Find out how to get fit after giving birth.

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