Welcome to your pregnancy, a very special time in life.

For many, this is one of the most exciting times in their lives, when a completely new awareness of your body develops and you begin to realise what the human body is capable of. A new life is growing from within us! Wow! We would like to come along as you take this journey. We will give you to lots of tips and tricks, share testimonials, and recommend great products. As always, everything we do comes from the heart with a depth of knowledge, and through our claim to quality and sustainability.

We also have a clear advantage - we have been through this phase several times before! Because of this, we want to share our experiences with you. We will be sure to share not only the good, but also the bad. That's because both good things and bad things can happen, and they should all be shared.

And most importantly, remember that for us it's not about "one size fits all". Take from us what suits you and feels good. Leave out what doesn't suit you. In the end it's your body and your decision. You know yourself best and you know what is good for you.


The Babybox Pregnancy Calendar

We have compiled the most important information relevant to your pregnancy that you should remember into a focused calendar.

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The first few weeks of pregnancy can be really draining: incredible exhaustion, tender breasts, possibly also nausea, and the uncertainty of doing something wrong or the dread that something bad could happen. And that's not even mentioning the mood swings brought about by hormonal changes that, as the cliché goes, can really strike quickly.

All of this can be really overwhelming. Your most important task right now is to focus on doing what's right for you - and if that means leaving work early or canceling an appointment for the time being, then so be it! We recommend doing what is good for you and the tiny human being that is growing in your belly.

Nevertheless, you shouldn't wait too long on some things. We have summarized these for you here.


Foods & Vitamins in Your Pregnancy

You have a positive pregnancy test result, but still have to wait 1-2 weeks for an appointment at your gynecologist's office? We recommend familiarizing yourself on the basics of proper nutrition now. After all, you're not just feeding yourself now, but also your baby.


Recommendation from us: Marma

Our insider tip from the USA! Marma Health is a platform designed to support women and mothers with specific nutritional information for the childbearing years. The journey of fertility, pregnancy, and postpartum can be both beautiful and challenging, and nutrition plays a pivotal role in the health and well-being of both the mother and the growing baby. Sadly, studies indicate that most pregnant individuals suffer from nutritional deficiencies, which can lead to unpleasant symptoms and potential complications. Recognizing this alarming statistic, Marma has developed a platform that offers evidence-based guidance, personal support, and a wealth of resources to empower you on your path to optimal nutrition.

The mobile app provides personalized weekly content, direct 24/7 access to nutritionists, and soon-to-be-launched daily and weekly health insights.

We love it!


Guter Hoffnung

Midwifery knowledge arrived during the 21st century. This book leaves no stone unturned when it comes to the topics of pregnancy, birth, and the postpartum life with a baby.


Have you heard of the UMA App?

Self-determination, knowledge, and empathy are important to the team. In the UMA app you will find more in-depth knowledge about pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum.

Maternity- the transition from woman to mother!

This transition doesn't always happen automatically and can sometimes take time. The maternity period is a transitional phase. Unfortunately, the knowledge and social acceptance of this is still lacking in society today.

Recommendation from the heart

First aid for newborns

In emergency situations, every second counts, especially when it comes to children and babies. Their bodies are still developing, more sensitive, and react differently than adults. That's why it's essential to know the specifics of first aid for the little ones – particularly the lifesaving pulmonary resuscitation, which is significantly different from that of an adult.

It's a thought no one likes to entertain: that their own child could end up in a dangerous situation. Yet, having the knowledge and ability to act correctly in an emergency provides you with security and confidence. A first aid course offers you these invaluable skills. From the 29th week of pregnancy is the ideal time to engage with this topic. For us, such a course is an indispensable part of pregnancy – for you and your partner.

We've summarized the most important points for you and are introducing an excellent company that supports you in doing the right thing at the crucial moment.


Childbirth preparation

Childbirth is one of the most natural experiences, isn't it? Regardless of whether it's a cesarean section or a vaginal birth, we believe that good preparation can contribute to facing childbirth with more ease and possibly with more serenity.

Here, we have compiled our experiences and tips for you on what to consider and what you can prepare. Here you will find our recommendations for online childbirth preparation courses, whether for one child or more, book recommendations, and some profiles that offer great and important tips on this topic.

Newborn celebrations - Baby showers and Blessingways

Spirituality and anticipation have to be there. But what is it all about and how do baby showers and blessingways differ from each other?

We will break down what you should know about these two topics, where they come from, and how they work.

Dad in 3 months

Men are physically left out when it comes to pregnancy, but they are going through a big change too. Christoph gave us some very personal insight into his emotional world during his partner's pregnancy.

Everything you need

Preparing for postpartum life

The postpartum time is sacred to us. You should take a few precautions to ensure that you are as relaxed as we want you to be. Find out what the precautions are and everything else you'll need here.

Profiles we love & recommend


Dr. med. Konstantin Wagner - Specialist in Gynecology & Obstetrics, Co-founder of the 'Richtig Wissen' platform.


Dr. med. Rieke Hermann & Katharina Charisse - Gynecological Knowledge, Nutritional Medicine, Yoga & Coaching.


Kristine Graf - Mental birth preparation for a positive birthing experience.