In the busy, competitive world in which we all live, we rarely take the time to stop, pause and prepare for our babies. My wish is for Anita’s House to be a safe and welcoming haven for all new parents, where we feel privileged to hold your hand as you discover a whole new world. We look forward to welcoming you!
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In the past and in some cultures still, women would be surrounded by other women to help them prepare for the transition to parenthood. It is this ethos which we strive to create at Anita’s House, offering our clients a tried and trusted support network.
Feeling prepared can help fathers to feel less anxious about the birth, their impending arrival and the associated changes in the family dynamics. We believe that it is important to recognise those feelings and offer support for fathers too at a life-changing time that is often focused on the mother.
The Anita’s House Foundation seeks to fund medical research to help others both locally and around the world to experience the extraordinary privilege of being a parent. Contact us to find out more.
When I was pregnant with Baby Girl we had an appointment at around 20 weeks, and after spending several hours with one of the experts, looking at products and discussing our needs, we felt a lot more confident and much better informed about what to buy for baby. We learnt how many bodies we needed to start out with, how many sleepsuits, how many maternity pants, how many sheets and so on. It felt like an efficient way to shop and meant we could ignore all other advice, as we trusted you fully. We also loved browsing all the products in the beautiful showroom, and it was exciting to receive the full list of products we had picked at the end of the session. We then had time to go home and think about it all before placing an order and then receiving the items closer to due date.Mummy in the City