As we do every year, we have reached out to families to share their birth stories from the perspective of their little one - a love letter, if you will, to their midwifery team. We want to thank the incredible midwives that work in our communities for their dedication, especially during these uncertain times when their work puts them and their families at risk to continue to offer their unparalleled care to birthing families.
So, without further ado.... bring on the babies!
For new parents, specifically for young mothers, it can serve as a great resource for information such as postpartum and pelvic health to sleeping training, feeding and everything in-between. With that being said, I also think there is a troubling side to all this as well, specifically in the realm of mental health in young mothers.
Let me explain.
It's our job to take away the stress, not add to it! Think of us as your very own personal Mary Poppins!"
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