Kat's story will make you cry but there's a surprising twist - Peachymama

Kat's story will make you cry but there's a surprising twist

May 19, 2017

Kat Heart's story - winner of the Australian Breastfeeding Association Competition

Kat's story will make you cry but there's a surprising twist that will leave you smiling. We're so proud to be able to sponsor Kat’s weekend away with her family.

Kat Heart recently won the Australian Breastfeeding Association’s National Mothering Week Competition.

Kat's story melted our hearts here at Peachymama and we’re grateful to have been given the opportunity to help Kat and her family with an $800 getaway weekend.

This is Kat's story:

"This moment in time means more to me than most would ever know than by looking at a picture. Yes the picture is pretty but the story behind the picture is phenomenal. Just after my daughter was born, my partner became ill and had a complete nervous breakdown. We buckled under the pressure, our 13 year relationship came to an end and we lost everything we owned, house, cars, money... literally back to square one - it was horrific. We went our separate ways for approximately 6 years. Last year we began a process of forgiveness to allow us each to move on... but through forgiveness we again found each other and only a couple of short months later our second child was on the way. This moment in time represents hope, family and true unconditional love, I have my family back together, something I never dreamed possible and I want others to know, that if it's meant to be, it'll always find a way."

Reach out to Kat Heart on Facebook

The gorgeous photo was created by Maternal Moments Photography


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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

Size

Bust (cm)

Bust (in)

Waist (cm)

Waist (in)

Hip (cm)

Hip (in)

XS 89-94 35-37

66-72

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

42-44

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

Size

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.

Size

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.

Size

Inside Leg (cm)

Inside Leg (in)

XS 61 24 1/2
S
62
25
M
63
25
L
64
25 1/3

If you’re not sure or need some help please don’t hesitate to call us on 1300 473 224.