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After pushing for about six contractions, the doctor said the baby’s heart rate had dropped slightly, and he asked one of the nurses to have the vacuum extractor ready. When I heard that, I thought to myself, “No way. You’re not using that!”
I do not approve of two consecutive miscarriages. I do not approve of ending my childbearing journey without a rainbow baby. But not everyone gets a rainbow baby.
When she placed the wand on my belly, I could see my tiny baby. Too tiny. I knew the ultrasound was going to confirm the worst news — a second miscarriage.
While the vast majority of pregnant people are females who identify as women, there are some who don’t. That’s why gender inclusive language is important.
It’s taken me years to realize the importance of discussing pregnancy loss. I’m sharing my miscarriage story on Pregnancy & Infant Loss Remembrance Day.
Marina had to let go when her home birth moved to the hospital. But with the help of her family and her midwife, she chose gratefulness.
As I talk with prospective clients, I often hear, “How did you get into this line of work?” So I thought I’d tell you how I became a birth center writer.
“Is it worth the financial investment to hire a blog writer?” Yes! Find out how hiring a blog writer frees you up to focus on your calling.
Are you a midwife who’s been thinking about blogging on your website? Here are six reasons your birth center or midwifery practice should have a blog.