Lois Wilson is a Bradley educator, doula and homebirth midwife who practices in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, area.
One of the most cherished experiences of my own pregnancies was the fact that I was never alone. Someone was with me–within me–all the time. Such a sense of the holy accompanies that shared existence. We two are one; we share everything. Read more…. We Two Form a Multitude
Make room at the table. In order for any type of community to grow, there must be a welcoming presence in that community. Read more…. Make Room at the Table
What is the role of the father who is present at the birth of his child? Is he a labor coach, advocate or partner? Is he a fifth wheel? A nuisance? A liability? Read more…. A Note To Fathers: It’s You She Wants
Much of the fear and consequent difficulties American women experience during pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period are directly related to the isolation so inherent to their culture. Read more…. Birth as a Community Experience: It Can Be Achieved in a Hospital!