Postpartum, the time after birth, is a period of change and integration where rest and recovery are necessary. Mother and baby are the obvious focus of postpartum care but not the only ones that need extra recovery time. Birth workers, family members and friends that were involved in the birth also need postpartum rest and recovery. Here is my recipe for readiness and postpartum recovery.
Here is a recipe for a quick, easy and delicious treat. They are so quick and easy, we made them, froze them, and ate them at LCM Moms & More this week, all while half a dozen moms chatted, four babies nursed, and a gazillion toddlers/preschoolers ran around in circles. Try these. They are yummy!
Evidence based care (aka evidence based practice) is a phrase that gets tossed around a lot. It is frustrating to me, a health care provider that aims to provide evidence based care, it is frustrating when I hear other providers say that their patients ‘refused evidence based care” as if evidence were the only part of the equation. Nope.
Michelle Doyle loves what she does. Since 1983, she has safely attended over 1200 births, and been present at thousands more. Michelle gave birth to her three children at home, attended by her own midwife and mentor Vicki Wolfrum, CNM.
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