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  • Re: Adoptive Breastfeeding

    Hi Mary, I've done this. The birth was at home. Birthing woman had a hx of pph so it was imp that she nurse the baby to prevent bleeding. Adopting mother "caught" the baby---that was lovely. Both women were naked together in the water tub with baby between them, adopting Dad looking on...
    Posted to Breastfeeding (Forum) by GloriaLemay on 02-19-2009
  • Birthlove

    Some of you may remember the Birthlove website. It was a huge resource in the early 2000s. There was a lot of collaboration between Birthlove and Midwifery Today. The site went down and has now been put back up. There are no forums or interactions but the information is a treasure. Go to: http://birthlove...
    Posted to Midwife Chat (Forum) by GloriaLemay on 02-19-2009
  • are you up for some easy activism ?

    Dear all -- I am Emma Kwasnica, tandem-nursing mother, currently pregnant with our third (what's the word for when you have *three* nurslings ? Tri-andem-nursing ? ;-) ). I am an aspiring midwife, BF Counselor, Childbirth Educator, and I currently am fighting for 'informed choice' for all...
    Posted to Breastfeeding (Forum) by Emma Kwasnica on 02-18-2009
  • Re: carpal tunnel

    I've been waiting for someone to ask. It's a picture I took of two carrots that are "spooning". I thought it was so beautiful. Bought them at an organic farmer's market and came home and photographed the way they were wrapped around each other like a mom/baby. I didn't have...
    Posted to Pregnancy and Prenatal Care (Forum) by GloriaLemay on 02-18-2009
  • Re: carpal tunnel

    Hi April: Two things: 1. a good Shiatsu practitioner (physical release) 2. tell her to forgive her mother (emotional roots of pain in the hands)
    Posted to Pregnancy and Prenatal Care (Forum) by GloriaLemay on 02-17-2009
  • You Can Help Change Birth

    We all can work in many ways to change birth. To get some ideas about what you can do, read “26 Ways to Change Birth,” a Midwifery Today article by Sara Wickham. One of my favorite ways to plant seeds of change is to talk to people in the grocery store, on an airplane or wherever I am. I...
    Posted to Jan Tritten's Blog (Weblog) by Donna on 02-13-2009
  • Midwifery in Uganda - Report from Marion Toepke McLean

    Marion, who you read about in my previous blog post , has shared this little picture of Uganda with us and also a lovely birth story. Midwifery Today sent Marion with a Doppler which was the piece of equipment the midwives wanted most. -Jan I'm greeting you from Soroti, Uganda, here on the high savannah...
    Posted to Jan Tritten's Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 01-31-2009
  • Marion Toepke McLean, Certified Nurse Midwife

    "Marion delivered her first baby in Africa." Her husband, Fergus, called me to announce this touching news. Marion has volunteered in Afghanistan and now in Uganda. She is my very special mentor and a faithful writer for Midwifery Today from before its birth. It was in 1976 that I was touched...
    Posted to Jan Tritten's Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 01-24-2009
  • Birth and Bio-Physical Profile

    My friend, who is a homebirth and birth center midwife, just had a round of Bio-Physical Profile problems. That is, some of her clients decided to step on the medical intervention train and have one, "just to see if their baby was all right." What that invariably does is start them on the,...
    Posted to Jan Tritten's Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 01-20-2009
  • Feeding Your Family While on Call

    One of the great joys of my life is growing our food. I translate this into meals as I bring it in from the garden. It is ever so handy to have meals already prepared after working all day. When I was doing births I would just call my daughter and have her get, for instance, spaghetti sauce out of the...
    Posted to Jan Tritten's Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 01-12-2009
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