1. Thank you for speaking about all these topics. Especially pelvic floor which I think (being a mum of three and also a gynecologist) is really important and women often don't get enough information on that even from health professionals.

  2. These videos are SOOO helpful to me as a woman considering having a baby in the next couple of years! <3

  3. This is why I love you, so true and honest. Thankyou for everything you do!! I always smile with your videos πŸ™‚

  4. Loved this video! The colours are always amazing – wish I had such a pretty room to record in! Do you use a light or is it natural light?xxx

  5. I'm only 21 and nowhere near getting pregnant but your videos are so honest and positive, definitely something I will come back to when it's my time! I hope you know the great impact you have on others❀️

  6. I’m 36 weeks and really struggling with the amount of stretch marks I have! I just want them to go away! I know everyone says to be positive about them but I hate them!

  7. I'm glad you mentioned about your friend bringing food. I had planned to do that for my friend (who is due in 5 weeks) but I wasn't sure if her partner would feel like I was "taking his job" πŸ˜‚. It's nice to hear that it's something which would be appreciated.

    Thank you for all of your informative videos. I've been watching them all so that I can learn a bit about what my friend is going through.

  8. hello, you are beautiful, charming and you have a nice body, but for two thirds of people watching these videos is missing something very sexy, the famous cameltoe. This is the cameltoe that explodes the counters of youtube, 100% of boys love and 50% of hated girls. So do you have an adorable cameltoe? : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bncxwEfas2Q&t=47s

  9. LOVED this video so much! My first little one is 4 months in about a week! I agree with everything you said! I always tell myself that it’s just a phase and it’s just temporary. I keep reminding myself that I’m going to miss her being this old so just to soak it all in. πŸ’› Thank you for your authenticity! I appreciate and love all of your advice and videos!

  10. Thank you for your honesty. Honestly, the most REAL update. Because so many YouTubers say 'keeping it real' and they still don't so I and many of us really appreciate the fact that you genuinely are real xxx

  11. Hey Carly! Can I ask how you managed to keep up your prenatal fitness with pelvic girdle pain and what kind of excersise you did? I have loved working out during pregnancy but since I got PGP everything hurts apart from verrry gentle yoga. Thanks x

  12. So lovely to see you so happy and sharing all the infos for all the mummies out there!
    You seem to have truly handled everything like a trooper! You should be very proud of your little family! Xxx

  13. Could you do a video on pelvic floor exercises without equipment. I've had 2 kids and although I don't pee myself all the time I have done and I'm never sure if I'm doing exercises right. But you have a way of explaining things that I think will make it easier. X

  14. Newborn stage is definitely the easiest! Even with your first. When they start to get mobile it’s a loooooottttt harder to keep up with everything else. I thought myself hand embroidery during the first three months, I was that bored. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Now I can’t even go to the loo on my own, but 11-month-old would not tolerate a door between us.

  15. Your videos are always so enjoyable! I'm neither a mum, nor am I much into fitness but watching your content at the start of a day really inspires me to push for whatever goals I've set myself!
    It's completely understandable if this isn't possible with time restrictions of a new baby at the moment, but a "day in the life" style vlog would be lovely!

  16. My little boy is 4 weeks old today πŸ™‚ thanks for such a positive video which has reminded me how wonderful it is to have this wee one in my life. Even though the lack of sleep is hard! My mantra needs the be β€œ it’s just a phase…! X

  17. Aw loved this Carly!! I need to film my birth story & the first 6 weeks and now the 4th trimester… oops!!

  18. I've been recommended if baby prefers one side, you can bring them round your body, so they are in the same orientation, to feed on the other side but in the same position. Not advice as sounds like you're a feeding pro!

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