Midwives are the connection that we have with the long history of woman empowered birth. I found the article below to be not only right on the money, but inspiring. Hope that you enjoy it.
When I shared a photo of my breakfast that served as a replacement […]
After 10 hours of labor, my doctor turned to me and said, “Time for a C-section.” Before I could say “Why?” or even “Huh?” I was carted off and cut up like a roast turkey while I lay there gritting my teeth […]
More and more women are turning to birth coaches, and with good reason. Some studies show using a doula reduces the length of labor, pain levels, and C-section rates up to 50 percent. “Many mothers refer to them […]
‘Hypnobirthing’ gives Kate Middleton a pregnant pause by Molly Friedman
Kate Middleton is considering a delivery technique dubbed hypnobirthing — and natural-birthing New York City moms have already given it a royal thumbs-up.
As her July due date approaches, the Duchess of Cambridge — who christened the Royal […]
By Video Journalist Waldo CabreraPrint
A posse of health conscious individuals take to the streets in a march for health awareness.
Feature interview of Debi Tracy on My Long Island TV starting at 2:26
This is baby Dante’s journey into our world. It is our greatest hope that his birth inspires you to tackle life’s most difficult challenges with courage, faith, and hope.
Dante’s story is so wonderful, it really shows the strength women have and the wonder-full ability to birth naturally regardless of circumstances. “I knew from my past two births that I really wanted a homebirth despite my recent diagnosis. I would need a competent and understanding midwife.”
…as witnessed by our Doula.
I had the great privilege to be present at your birth. Your mother and I met at a picnic in the summertime and she invited me to come to your birth as a doula (labor support person). We met up later in the season and talked […]
As viewers of One Born Every Minute will testify, one thing is certain: natural childbirth is excruciating. The Channel 4 hit series, set in a Southampton hospital maternity unit, ended its current run on Monday night. It will doubtless be re-commissioned as we can’t seem to get enough of women screaming in pain and men acting like hapless spare parts in the labour room.