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Heartiest Tributes to Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee on his birth anniversary

Heartiest Tributes to Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee on his birth anniversary

Raghav Kothari


What Has Birth Become?

Recently I read the insightful book, Rediscovering Birth by Sheila Kitzinger and it was so eye-opening. I knew birth in America had changed due to technology, but having the customs of other cultures around the world to compare it to makes it even more surreal. 1,007 more words


I really mustn't be one of those Baby Bore Mummy's ... whoops! #toolate

It amazes me that when I started this blog, I was at the very beginning of my journey with Freddie. I didn’t even know he was a he, let alone that he would be called Freddie; or that my body possessed the ability to propel him from my vagina. 777 more words

Post Traumatic Birth Disorder

All prospective parents are prepared for a number of things: the labour will be hard, the birth will be insane, the mum will be sore and hormonal for a long time to come, and the first few weeks will be a whirlwind of nappies, feeding, screaming and sleeplessness. 626 more words


Twin sisters Katie Bowden and Amy Meredith-Davies have done everything together their whole lives, but these sisters never imagined they would give birth on the same day. 201 more words


Never Again

Here I sleep… so dull the room

Reminding me of the pain I had gone through,

“We will keep you here until you heal” they said… 172 more words


Birth of Final Closure

I must sleep my way to oblivion, to the infinity of sheer nothingness; but the emptiness is never entirely vacuous. A barely perceptible semblance of soul, of torpor, of broken desire always remains. 183 more words