Photo by Ana Tablas
My birth journey started during my childbearing years. My first child, a daughter, was a full-term stillbirth. Nothing could have prepared me for that experience. It was also my first up-close-and-personal experience with death. To say it changed me in many fundamental ways would be an understatement. I waited the suggested one year and got pregnant immediately.
Read more…. Honoring Birth and Babies
Photo by Anna Civolani
In these most interesting times, on March 19, 2020, I had to cancel the last two days of my Art of Birth workshop, in which 34 women and one man gathered with me for two weeks, in deep, eight-hours-per-day immersion.
Read more…. Some Blessings for the Homebirth Community during Covid-19 Times
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Vicki with Students
To equip means to prepare someone sufficiently in all aspects, for a particular situation or task. Everyone who aspires to become a midwife desires to be properly equipped for this task.
Read more…. Building Strong Foundations for Midwifery Education: The World Needs Midwives, Now More Than Ever!