“But as soon as she’s here you’re going to take her away.”
My struggles are not singular.
Toddlers are the best at squats. Every time I see AM squat to do something I’m tempted to snap a picture. Parallel feet (not pointed out), nice low squat, straight back, and the support of her best friend in the world: all the things a laboring woman should have! Don’t forget to like me on… Continue reading Birthy Perspective
This is part 2! To catch up on part 1, follow this link. I wanted to donate, but I had to figure out where to start. I knew I needed to increase my supply, so I started by pumping. I didn’t get a large amount of excess, at first. I managed to work in pumping first… Continue reading Got Milk? My Experience Milk Sharing Part 2
I didn’t know it at the time, but my journey into birth work and postpartum depression advocacy started four years ago.
I had never experienced a labor this far from “textbook” before.
Symptoms can include anything from apathetic dullness to intrusive thoughts to an all encompassing rage.