Is it me?
Probs it is me.
It’s like when you notice women with prams everywhere when you’re pregnant.
Seems to me there’s a bit of beating up of breastfeeding supporters and advocates going on. 525 more words
by Benjamin Nunnally
Originally published in The Anniston Star, Nov. 10, 2013
It’s a Monday at the Northeast Alabama Baby Cafe at McClellan Medical Mall, and it’s filled with moms and babies for a lactation class provided by the staff of Cheaha Women’s Health and Wellness. 1,076 more words
The little Texas tree house apartment, nestled high into a night sky thicket of bamboo, was aflitter with three or four hippie midwives and one young, sweet husband–perhaps the only person present who fully understood the terror, gravity and wonder of what was way too late to turn back. 170 more words
By Pippa Allen-Kinross & Alasdair Lane
For the first time in their 133 year history, members of the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) took to picket lines on Monday morning, joining colleagues from across the health service in the ongoing dispute over salaries and working conditions. 793 more words
Imminent industrial action, for the first time in their history, has resulted in The Royal College of Midwives warning expectant parents to avoid primrose oil, spicy foods and ‘…the sensation of gushing water down your leg’. 245 more words