Natural Pregnancy Week 11: Don’t be surprised if you’re experiencing a bit more energy and and an increased appetite during this week of pregnancy.Read More →
Home birth is a great option for most women, but there are certain instances when you should have your baby in a hospital.
Although care providers often have different criteria for home birth clients, there are only a few reasons that would absolutely rule out home birth as an option. If [...]Read More →
According to recent studies, postpartum anxiety may be more common than postpartum depression.Read More →
Henna is a small tropical bush that produces red dye. This natural dye is native to North Africa and the Middle East, and has been used for cosmetic and medicinal purposes for over 9,000 years, though it’s use is fairly new to the western world. Henna has a multitude of uses, including as a temporary tattoo and as a natural hair dye.Read More →
Yoga can be such a good friend during pregnancy, whether you’ve already been into it or not. There’s a lot of talk about Yoga being for the “whole” and equally affecting the body, mind, emotions, and spirit. Nowhere do you see that more clearly than with soon-to-be mamas.Read More →
Can you believe it? Just a couple more weeks and you’ll be in your second trimester of pregnancy. Though there is some debate as to when the second trimester actually begins, even among doctors and midwives. You will hear conflicting information that it begins anywhere from 12-14 [...]Read More →
Here are some things that I did while waiting for my baby to arrive.Read More →
It’s a common term used within the birthing community: Natural Induction. People who use the term don’t mean any harm by it. They wish to pass on information to mothers who are looking to help their babies be born sooner, using more “natural” methods than might be used by doctors or medically-minded midwives.
But, the [...]Read More →