As of January 1st there is now a law in the state of Texas that a hospital or birth center MUST release a placenta to the mother. (There is some paperwork to be signed, which I’ve never had a doula … Continue reading
This little arrival was a surprise gender – and everyone in the room was reminded that no one should say, “BOY” or “GIRL” until Mom had seen and announced it herself, which was such fun! Then big sister and brother … Continue reading
I shared some prenatal photos of Katie earlier and here are some from the birth we attended together recently. You can learn more about Katie here.
There are so many sweet photos from this little one’s arrival, so I’ll have to share another post to introduce you to her welcoming committee. 🙂
The tiny details – the peach fuzz on her ear, those itty bitty nails, the sweet cheeks and bright eyes… isn’t she perfect???
Originally posted May 2011, updated December 2015. Notes from the book & my own thoughts in addition to help laboring mommas from The Labor Progress Handbook, – Change positions every 30 minutes. Even something as simple as switching sides if … Continue reading
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
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
(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