Kent families lift the lid on what it has been like to bring babies into the world during the pandemic.
There has been a noted in the use of baby names influenced by popular culture, but the most popular boys names remain relatively traditional.
New mums are being encouraged to socialise and meet others face to face as experts fear lockdown could be affecting maternal mental health.
The Royal College of Obstetricians has released the latest advice and information for pregnant women related to the coronavirus outbreak.
A company in Kent is offering new dads up to six weeks leave to enable them to spend time with their newborn.
Expert help and advice is being made available to more mothers in Kent who are breastfeeding thanks to a new campaign stretching across the county.
Mums who give birth on December 25 will be able to keep their newborns warm after dozens of knitted festive-themed hats were donated to hospitals.
Closing down sales have begun at Mothercare stores and online. But some shoppers have been left disappointed at the promised 'massive' discounts.
Pregnant women are being urged to make an appointment with their GP to protect themselves and their unborn child from the flu virus this winter.
A football fan opted for an unusual way to share the news with family and friends that he is to become a dad.
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