Tag Archives: Homebirth

Placenta Pill Poppin’ Mama

Placenta Pill Poppin’ Mama

Two mornings after Millie was born, I waddled my delicate hollow body to the car in the driveway, taking at least four minutes to navigate our two stairs out the door. It was a sunny day, and I in my finest jammy pants and ill-fitting tank top, made it to the passenger’s seat of the… Read more

Labour lessons

Labour lessons

In 2015 I felt powerful. I felt strong, brave, courageous and capable. I had achieved a natural un-medicated homebirth with my second daughter, Millie. I had planned to do it and I did.  At 12 days post-date in my 450 square foot trailer, on my own bed, I pushed her out to the hum of… Read more

Why doulas are important

Why doulas are important

Because lets face it, pregnancy and new parenthood is messy. Imagine scenario one with baby #1 on the way… Of course, there are days in your pregnancy where you truly do feel like the glowing beacon of beauty everyone compliments you about. Your skin shines like a harvest moon and your hair does its happy… Read more

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