Midwifery linked to better birth outcomes in state-by-state “report card” February 21, 2018 Midwife-friendly laws and regulations tend to coincide with lower rates of premature births, cesarean deliveries and newborn deaths, according to a U.S.-wide “report card” that ranks each of the 50 states on the quality of their maternity care. The first-of-its-kind study found … Continue reading Midwifery linked to better birth outcomes in state-by-state “report card”
You probably know that you want to have a calming and relaxed environment for your birth. This is because your cervix is really quite demanding with it’s very own timetable of how quickly it wants to dilate. So bossy! But it only want to dilate in a space that feels safe and for your cervix, … Continue reading Creating your birth space
Almost every client is worried about tearing during the birth of her baby. Tearing is a real and legitimate fear women have and I am glad that I have the experience to address it! When I read blog posts I want writers to GET TO THE POINT so, I’ll go ahead and bullet out a … Continue reading How to Prevent Tearing During Birth: A Midwives Method
That homebirth is messy is a common thought for individuals who haven’t seen birth or a brand new to it. There’s an idea that fluids shoot out of the mother’s body followed quickly by fluids from the newborn’s, and soon enough there is blood dripping from the ceiling! Or wait… Maybe that was my idea … Continue reading Is homebirth messy?
The birth of Grey Forest Walt If you are a birth story enthusiast, like me, your will find this one thrilling and empowering. She has a home birth, but not just any, because her home is off the grid, on a mountain top. Its about a woman finding her power. And about all women finding … Continue reading The birth of Grey Forest Walt