Articles & Research
Creating the Nest You Need
A blog post written for North Bay BPN, a Birth & Postpartum network providing local and virtual resources for our community. This article looks at how families use (or don't use) their nurseries in the first months after birth, and encourages parents to create nests that will nurture them as well, and not just their little ones.
From Garden to Breast
A blog post written for Thrive Center for Birth & Family Wellness on how
foods and herbs found in our own gardens can support a healthy milk supply and breastfeeding experience.
A student from my Breastfeeding for Professionals class wrote about it!
This is a class I teach to Doulas and other Birthworkers, to prepare them to support their clients with lactation and feeding. She wrote a lovely review, with highlights that she found useful, and it was so sweet to catch a glimpse into the experience on the other side of the teaching table!
Talking to Your Child About the New Baby
Feel free to share it, and join me for a Childbirth Refresher & Sibling Preparation class to learn more!
The Prospective Queer Solo Parent
This article is excerpted from a co-authored article titled 'Queer Solo Parenting', written by myself and Meghan Lewis, PhD, CMT, for the Birthways Newsletter in the Winter of 2011.
A Compilation of Research & Articles on Midwifery, Homebirth & Lactation