Great Mini Breaks For New Mums (Infographic)

March 15, 2017

Great Mini Breaks For New Mums


We all know how difficult it is for new mums to find time for themselves. But it’s often taking time for the little things that can make the biggest difference. So, forget cleaning or washing, this is all about you…

Here are four mini break ideas we like:

1. Personal Care Time

Plan ahead and make a list (preferably the night before) of one or two things you’d like to do for yourself. Feel the endorphins kick in completing just one of these…

  • Giving yourself a hair treatment
  • Soak in a bubble bath
  • Do your nails

2. Exercise Time

Invest in your living room fitness and do a littleyoga in front of the TV. Your baby will enjoy watching and love the music.

3. Hobby or Craft Time

Creativity. We’ve all got it. So, this time of your life is a great opportunity to set aside a dedicated space in the day when bubs is asleep or enjoying floor play to indulge in a long lost passion or discover a new one ( that is if you’re not fast asleep on the sofa).

4. Get out!

Walking makes you feel good. So, pop bub in the pram and get out of the house at least once a day for no other reason than to enjoy some sunshine, talk to an adult or grab the coffee at the cafe.

Now is one of the most precious moments in your life. Finding the time to treat yourself can be tricky, but it makes for a happier, healthier and more engaged you. Enjoy every minute of it.


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Size Chart

So that you get an accurate measurement using our sizing chart:

  1. Make sure you wrap the measuring tape around the fullest part of your bust and hips.
  2. When measuring your bust it is recommended you wear your breastfeeding/nursing bra. 

The Simple Version

(Peachymama Sizes = Australian Sizes)

XS = 8-10

S = 10-12

M = 12-14

L = 14-16

The Detailed Version

Tops & Dresses


Bust (cm)

Bust (in)

Waist (cm)

Waist (in)

Hip (cm)

Hip (in)

XS 89-94 35-37


26-28 91-97 36-38
S 94-99 37-39 72-76 28-30 97-102 38-40
M 99-104 39-41 76-81 30-32 102-107 40-42
L 104-109 41-43 81-86 32-34 107-112


Pants & Jeans
The 'Front Rise' is the measurement from your crotch to your belly button.


Waist (cm)

Waist (in)

Hip (cm)

Hip (in)

Front Rise (cm)

Front Rise (in)

XS 66-72 26-28 91-97 36-38 28 11
S 72-76 28-30 97-102 38-40 29 11 1/2
M 76-81 30-32 102-107 40-42 30 11 3/4
L 81-86 32-34 107-112 42-44 31 12
Pants & Jeans - Inside Leg

This is the measurement that indicates the pant's length.


Inside Leg (cm)

Inside Leg (in)

XS 76 30
S 77 30 1/3
M 78 30 2/3
L 79 31

 3/4 Pants - Inside Leg
This is the measurement that indicates the pant's length.


Inside Leg (cm)

Inside Leg (in)

XS 61 24 1/2
25 1/3

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