Category Archives: Babies!
Welcome Baby J!
The tiny details – the peach fuzz on her ear, those itty bitty nails, the sweet cheeks and bright eyes… isn’t she perfect???
Sweet Baby Juniper
Words cannot do justice to describe this beautiful family & the gorgeous images their photographer captured, so I’ll just say how much I loved being their doula & sharing part of their journey! (Monica from A Sacred Project is responsible … Continue reading
Sneak Peek – My First Three-Peat!!
When editing birth photos there are many times when I see an image and it takes my breath away – I’m just so in awe of the sacred moments I’m able to witness, and these beautiful families welcoming their child. … Continue reading
Baby Essentials & Not
(This is from our family blog, we’ve been asked what sorts of things we thought were crucial and what we ended up not using with our six babies. Here you go! Disclosure, some of these links are affiliate links and … Continue reading
Writing the Story of Your Baby’s Birth
During the childbirth class I help teach we encourage parents to write up their thoughts soon after the birth – whether it’s a detailed journal entry, a letter to their child, or just their random thoughts about what happened. So … Continue reading
Birthy Blog Post Round-Up IV – Parents’ Version
Another post from CordMama.com about how beautiful our bodies are, accompanied by gorgeous birth photos! And also – I’m not sure if the words or photos are more breathtaking, but I adore this post about the sisterhood of women, and … Continue reading
Sneak Peek – Baby Hazel
Two years ago I had the honor of attending the birth of their first little girl, and this week I was there as they welcomed their second daughter. It was a gorgeous day with a gorgeous family, and I can’t … Continue reading
World Breastfeeding Week 2015
Happy World Breastfeeding Week! How sweet is this hour old baby tucked in with his momma? Though I think this is also a great time to remember that however we nourished our babies’ bodies – breast or bottle – the … Continue reading
Another Breastfeeding Position
You’ve probably seen this article already from Mothering.com about breastfeeding positions and the benefits of having babies be belly to belly with mom (as they should be in most nursing positions) but having baby be belly down, with gravity working … Continue reading
Birth “Plan” Tips
Creating a birth plan helps convey to your care team what your priorities and concerns are during your labor and with your new baby. While birth plans are less crucial at home or birth center deliveries, they’re important to have … Continue reading