January 2020 / 3 posts found

Eight EastEnders spoilers for next week including haunting moment Gray assaults Chantelle after she takes pregnancy test

by pregnancy journalist
EASTENDERS villain Gray Atkins will lash out and injure wife Chantelle when her pregnancy test comes back negative – and that’s not all. Here’s your first look at what’s happening in the Square next week… BBC Gray injures Chantelle when her pregnancy test comes back negative in EastEnders[/caption] 1. Gray lashes out again Gray and Chantelle return from their honeymoon next week in EastEnders. The couple renewed their wedding vows to mark a new chapter in their lives, despite Chantelle having second thoughts. But after their second honeymoon Chantelle insists it’s too early for a pregnancy test. However, Gray forces […]

10 Best Shops For Maternity Clothes To Check Out During Your Pregnancy

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Maternity wear can be a minefield for mums-to-be. Where to start? What to wear? Do I really have to buy a whole new wardrobe? Trust us, you’ll want to, when you see what’s out there. We’ve come up with an exhaustive list of the best brands to make dressing your bump a pleasure. Our pick of the crop will see you looking – and feeling – good, as you (stylishly) change shape. ASOS ASOS is a one-stop-shop for all your maternity clothing needs. It’s great for stocking up on wardrobe essentials like leggings and t-shirts as well as on-trend occasion outfits. […]

I’ll give mothers one year maternity leave if I become Prez – Akua Donkor – Adomonline.com

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Presidential candidate of the Ghana Freedom Party (GFP), Akua Donkor, has revealed that one key policy she seeks to push if she becomes president is to give new mothers one year maternity leave instead of the current three months. According to her, the three-month period given to mothers prevents them from spending enough time to take care of their children. This she said affects the well-being of children. She made this revelation in an interview with Ghanaweb after affirming that she will contest in the 2020 election despite her 2016 disqualification by the then Electoral Commission chairperson, Mrs Charlotte Osei […]