Isn’t it such a great thing that we were given a full 9+ months to prepare for the babies that end up in our arms? Even third time round, it […]
I ate my placenta. And based on the squeamish reactions I have received since sharing that nifty piece of information, I thought I should write a little more about the […]
Toddler naptime stream of consciousness, nine days into it… Trying this without using the “delete” key. Getting too old for these nighttime feedings. I love stroking Délice’s cheeks. Oh my […]
What a very Merry Christmas indeed!
Woah, as of today, I am considered full-term! 37 weeks is certainly not when we hope to have a baby, but today is the earliest our birth center can welcome […]
Awesome surprise breakfast baby shower this past Saturday. Feeling so loved and blessed by this really special group of gals.
Here is an interview between Future Midwives of America and Aubre Tompkins (CNM, MSN), who is the clinical director of Mountain Midwifery Center. Aubre explains some of the joys of […]
It’s Ayo’s very first birthday today and all sorts of thoughts are running through my mind. My first year of mamahood was mundane and humbling. At the same time, it […]
You’d think there would be birth centers all over France. Natural birth advocate Michel Odent, is, after all French! This report on last night’s 8pm TF1 news shows that maisons […]
Our African friends just gave birth to a precious baby girl. This was their first birth in the United States, so it felt natural to ask about how this experience […]
In all honesty, I usually blow off my annual women’s check up. These days, I feel I’m fairly healthy and also pretty busy. But, since our birth center offers annual […]
Tall Mountain left for Toronto yesterday afternoon. They got into the Amnesty film festival there, which is pretty cool. I heard someone recently describe Toronto as a “clean New York”. […]
My niece number two finally made her way into this world, bright and early on August 1, 2012. It was such an honor to be in the log themed room […]
Today, the sky is heavy and grey. Leaves float around in the air as the wind picks up. Lightening is a sign of what is to come. We’re on the […]