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Kay’s Video Diary: Pregnancy weeks 33-36

Mum-to-be Kay continues her first-hand experience of her pregnancy journey.

A Nottinghamshire woman is continuing to provide a video blog of her pregnancy journey to give others an insight into the experiences of motherhood.

Here is the third part of mum-to-be Kay’s blog that she is doing for our breastfeeding and infant feeding support team.

In this video she talks about hospital bag planning, having a quiet Christmas and a scary experience she had.

Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust’s breastfeeding and infant feeding support team joined forces with Kay after she offered to do a number of videos.

The videos are covering sharing her journey through pregnancy and the early days of a new baby, and talking about some of the feelings that many new mums and mums-to-be experience – excitement, anxiety, love, worry – to name but a few!

Thank you so much Kay and we hope you all enjoy following us and Kay on her journey. This is the third instalment of videos from that journey, covering 33-36 weeks of pregnancy. Keep an eye out for future updates.

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