First Blog Post

Hello! I am so excited to begin developing a relationship with my community and other birth professionals! Please feel free to start some communication! I am happy to answer any questions or address any concerns you might have.
We are hoping to create a space where we can have an honest, fun, and friendly discussion on health and nutrition, birth practices, women’s health, family matters, and home and house keeping (including your fun crafty stuff!) ¬†Please post as you see fit!

3 Replies to “First Blog Post”

    1. Such great tips. We kept our older son involved in hyvreteing through out the pregnancy. He came to my ultrasounds and midwife appointments. The midwife let him help to measure mommys belly and find the baby heartbeat.He was at home while I laboured before going to the hospital and amazed me at how good he was. He just sat on the couch playing games on the touch and would look up and ask if baby was here yet LOL.He slept at a neighbours the night we had the baby but came home the next day excited to meet his brother. His brother is now almost 3 months old. He loves to help by grabbing us diapers and receiving blankets. He will feed his brother with us sitting right there of course and he likes to sing the baby songs.An awesome big brother. Kids adapt, it is how we are adults handle the situation.

      1. hi there I trained with Deborah Pascal-Bonaro long ago for both birth and postpartum. My life took a different path, and am now licensed professional counselor specializing in the emotions of pregnancy and birth, such as anxiety and depression during pregnancy due to sexual abuse, and caring for postpartum mood disorders such as depression and OCD. I am also the developer of the BirthTouch training for birth professionals. I’ve been thinking about taking another training and I’ll look around your site.Congratulations and good luck to you!Namaste, Kathy

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