When I finally got to sleep sometime this morning, I had the worst dream ever! I was trying to make it to a birth, and I struggled to get home to even get a shower and a change of clothes, and then there were police surrounding my vehicle at home so I couldn’t leave the… Continue reading Doula Nightmares!
It’s okay to be in survival mode.
Planning a pregnancy after birth trauma can be terrifying.
Part of my job as a doula is to be the one person that doesn’t judge your decisions. You can choose whatever feels right to you and the choices that are right for you and your family. My job is to support your decisions. Throughout motherhood, you’ll be assaulted with well meaning advice and not-so-well-meaning… Continue reading Freedoms
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These are the moments I love being a mom! I’m so proud of my silly little NJ. We played doula today. She chose upright positioning. She initiated breastfeeding, under a cover at first. But she quickly found she was happier nursing unhindered! Don’t forget to like me on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/notreblemotherhood/
It has been a crazy week so far. My training through Stillbirthday officially began Monday, and I’ve been working on getting through my chapter, ordering books for the reviews I need to write, and reaching out to find out what sort of resources Davis and Weber counties have for parents of angel babies. Just the… Continue reading Playing Catch Up