Pandemic pregnancy: There are silver linings

  • Family
  • Friday, 16 Jul 2021

While big baby showers aren't allowed due to pandemic restrictions, many women found upsides to being pregnant during the pandeic. Photo: Unsplash/Ibrahim Boran

Although being pregnant in a pandemic has sapped a lot of the celebratory nature out of the experience and made it far more isolating, it’s not all bad.

Being able to work from home has in fact been an incredible boon for mums like Nisha Thadani, who suffered from terrible morning sickness during her first trimester.

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