“Somehow, as women, we think we will automatically know how to give birth, but we are so detached from our instinctual selves that sometimes we need to be reminded of what we already know.” ~ Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa, co-founder and director of Golden Bridge Yoga
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I’ve broken up this post into three parts. There’s a lot of information and a lot that happened at the conference this year. Here’s Part 1 for you! 2012 was the year of country music. We were in Nashville, TN … Continue reading
Elaine Margaret’s Birth Story: 3/28/09 – 3/29/09 7 lbs, 11 oz; 19 3/4”; 3/29/09, 9:59 AM I went to see Ina May Gaskin today (3/28). She is so real, honest, direct, doesn’t mince words and talks about poop! Can’t get … Continue reading
As promised, here’s birth story #1. This is how I wrote it, in the week after his birth. It’s interesting reading it with my childbirth educator eyes. I’ll comment on the birth story at the end of it. Looks like … Continue reading