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Susana Sinclair
· November 21, 2014
I have been trying to figure out what to write BC our experience was so amazing! If you're interested in learning a ton about your pregnancy, hands on info, tips for staying super healthy and having t...he best, hardworking ladies only a phone call away..then this team is who you want!!! Honestly/obviously, nature takes its course, but they are superb "guides" through the pregnancy and labor!! They always go above and beyond to help you understand something, or to be by your side if life throws you a curve ball.

Thank you WWMC for helping Presley enter the world with a bang! glad there wasn't a pig in the curvy country road otw here that day!!! Hahahahaha
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"No, you won't be pregnant forever. I know it feels like it right now, but one way or another, all babies come out eventually." As a first-time mom, I wasn't entirely convinced, but I listened. In our one-on-one and community care sessions, there wer

RVA Birth Circle at Three Sisters Midwifery tomorrow night, May 1st, 7-9pm.

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Lindsey Welch Photography

When we allow women to trust their body and their babies, birth can be exceptionally beautiful. Women know exactly what to do. Babies know exactly where to find... nourishment. Placentas know how to give all they have to give before their 9 month job is done. The process is so simple, so pure. Birth is truly beautiful and I am so honored to capture those moments for families
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Women have taken to social media in a viral campaign to normalize breastfeeding, posting beautifully edited images of themselves nursing.  The colourful trend is dominating the #normalizebreastfeeding hashtag, and bringing together a community of women in solidarity.
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Community Birth Services, LLC

RVA home birth circle Monday December 5th, 7pm. Come celebrate giving birth and share your birth story or learn more about out of hospital birth. Babes in arms welcome. 8401 Mayland dr. Ste. C (upstairs).

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Sarah Buckley

So much to love about homebirth "Once they were sure we were healthy enough to be left alone, we snuggled in bed with our new baby while our midwives quietly cl...eaned up the room around us, did some laundry (forever cementing my love for them), straightened up the dishes and other things we used, then let themselves out of our house. So helpful."

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A few months after I gave birth to my son, I volunteered to help my midwives staff their booth at a birth fair, where families go to learn about local birth options and baby-related services. A woman walked up to me and we started talking. "So where
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6abc Action News

Get ready for happy tears: In an adorable moment between siblings captured on video, the one thing that calmed this grumpy toddler is her love for her baby sister:

It is easy for new moms to neglect their own nutrition. This groaning cake recipe is a traditional English birthing food that aims to help mothers regain their strength. (via Kitchen Vignettes & PBS Food)

Groaning cakes are a traditional dish packed with nutrients for postpartum care. Get the recipe on the Kitchen Vignettes blog for PBS Food.


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Midwifery Today

"Of course midwives love babies. We work hard to provide care to ensure that a woman has a healthy pregnancy and thus a vigorous baby. But in actuality, midwives love women."