Clemmie mother of daughters book
C L E M M I E (@mother_of_daughters) • Instagram photos and videosOn the lead up to Mother's Day, I'm delighted to feature an interview with one of the queens of instamums, Clemmie Hooper. Clemmie has been my mum crush since even before she had her twins and became an Instagram superstar. I have enjoyed following her journey through motherhood and honestly don't know how she does it with four kids! I love Clemmie's down to earth honesty and sense of humour, she captures the highs and lows of modern family life so well. Plus she has pretty cool style and we share similar opinions on body positivity! Congratulations on your second book Clemmie! I so wish this had been around when I was pregnant with my kids as I can't remember anything now!
Potty Training with Cherry Healey and Clemmie Hooper (midwife and author, "How to Grow A Baby")
We interview Clemmie Hooper aka Mother of Daughters about her new book
April 30 0. This week, we catch up with super mum to four girls and instagram star, Clemmie Hooper also known as Mother of Daughters on the launch of her new book, mum style, how to dress the kids stylishly and her edit of the Outside the Lines SS18 collection. Tell us a little bit about your new book? There were plenty of books out there for after but very little during pregnancy and nothing which spoke to me. I saw a gap in the market and thought it would be great to create one where I can also use my experience as a midwife. The journal is a chance for mums-to-be to write about their emotions each week, their changing body, when they experience the first kick for example and even their relationship. It really talks about the highs and lows of pregnancy.
The floors will remain dirty, the dinner uncooked, the surfaces disrespected. These two new books about pregnancy and birth coincidentally came across my path just I was about to give birth for the second time. Clemmie Hooper was part of the famous The Lanes midwives, the community midwives in my local neighbourhood who delivered my son at Kings College Hospital in Denmark Hill. As the team-mate of the midwife who delivered my first baby, she delivered me a much-needed hug after the birth and is deservedly renowned for her caring, light-hearted but informed manner. She has a hugely popular I nstagram account, Mother of Daughters , and a great blog, Gas and Air blog, full of birth stories. The two books are quite different, and will suit people with different needs in the lead up to birth.
We caught up with the insta-famous mother of 4 girls to chat motherhood, midwifery and the publication of her second book. By Bonita Turner. With nearly half a million followers on her own Instagram account Clemmie uses her social platform to shares her knowledge, passion and training as a midwife, her views on motherhood and raising 4 daughters: Anya, Marnie and twins Ottilie and Delilah and is touted as one of the highest ranking parenting digital influencers in the UK. Hello Clemmie, your first book was such a huge success so congratulations on your second book. Can you tell us a little about it.
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Ever regretted not recording those precious early moments in some way? NHS midwife and author Clemmie Hooper has created something special to do just that. Nine months of pregnancy can seem like a long time, but soon your little one arrives and those early days of bonding turn into weeks and then into months. Clemmie Hooper is an NHS midwife turned Instagram sensation turned author who has created a journal, the How To Grow A Baby Journal: from feeling the firs kick to surviving, for expectant mums to document those precious moments of pregnancy and early motherhood. She said: "I wanted to create a space for a woman to document her pregnancy in a private way but then it can be a way to look back on that time with your child and jog your memory about the highs and lows. She documented her own pregnancies in this way - she's a mother of four girls including twins - and said it's a great way of remembering "those little 'firsts'" and that her kids "love looking back at them and reading about their story". And Clemmie should know what she's talking about, after all she's had four children and has been a midwife for over a decade.
It may not feel like it now, but those odd weeks of being pregnant and the early months with your precious newborn will go past so quickly. With this keepsake journal from bestselling author and midwife Clemmie Hooper, you can capture the highs, lows and everything in-between so you'll never forget a moment. With Clemmie's reassuring advice and prompts to help you delve into your feelings and experiences, let this be your most treasured souvenir to look back on in years to come. Clemmie gained her qualifications at the University of the West of England in and started a career in midwifery at Southmead Maternity Unit where her she developed an interest in active labour and water birth. After several years of working on the wards, Clemmie joined The Lanes community midwife team as she wanted to do more than just support women through the act of birth and give care through pregnancy, birth and beyond. Now, over a decade after qualifying, Clemmie is a community based midwife, writes a successful blog www. Clemmie lives with her four daughters and husband in Kent.