There are certain births that change you as a midwife. And this was one of them.
It truly was such an incredible experience and I was so elated at what I, and my body had achieved!
One thing Chantelle and I have in common is our obsession with all things pregnancy and birth. I came across her birth story whilst scrolling on Instagram, and felt it would be perfect for the blog, so with permission I am sharing it with you today. It’s short but
Giving birth was the most empowering, challenging, personal and shared journey that I have ever experienced. It wasn’t what I thought it would be, but it was better and it happened perfectly for Heddon. He was exactly where he needed to be.
Your role is to become a protective force field of love, kindness and support. Be there for her. Hold space for her. Be truly with her, in whatever way she needs you to be, and trust me, you’ll enjoy the experience a whole lot more.
TIRIL | LETTING THE SUN IN + LETTING GO As the constraints of lockdown continue, we continue to spread positivity and light from mamas across the globe. This week, from Oslo, as mama @tirilrefsum shares her transition in to motherhood with the birth of her daughter Molly in
Coronavirus (COVID-19) is undeniably shaping families’ options and experiences during pregnancy and birth. With restrictions being placed on who can and can’t be present with them during labour, or who can visit, where and (in some circumstances) when they can
It’s impossible to do this job and not form incredible bonds with the people that you work with. Your colleagues see you through everything (and I mean EVERYTHING)!
International Women’s Day marked the initial launch of my Birth Stories series, where each week as promised, I’ll be sharing a new story birth. This week is the turn of Samantha, who shares her honest and brave account of her incredible home birth and her
What better way to celebrate INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY than by sharing inspiring birth stories from amazing women around the globe. Birth is phenomenal, no matter how or where it unfolds. As no two are the same, each and every birth story is valid, important and