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The Midwife of Hope River-by Patricia Harman-Extraordinary Story- Don't miss it! 5-stars

Patricia Harman’s writing is so vivid and authentic that I had to remind myself that the book was fiction.

The Midwife of Hope River is a compelling historical fiction novel that takes place in the 1930s, in the coal mining communities of Union County, West Virginia. 532 more words


Lux's Birth Story

I can’t even count the number of birth stories I read in order to prepare myself for my own. I am writing this not only for my own memory but for others who are interested in natural child birth. 1,152 more words



A couple of things had crossed her mind since she got the wedding present from her arch – nemesis, Detoun, some hours earlier.

Those things included – suicide, disappearing forever, walking away from her wedding happening in a few hours. 2,200 more words

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Birthing Bennett

Bringing Bennett into this world is the single hardest thing I have been through to date. And honestly, this surprised me.

You see, when I was pregnant with Asher, I felt like I was the poster child for pregnancy. 1,914 more words

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One to One: An Alternative Midwifery Service

One to One is a private midwifery service that is paid for by the NHS. The NHS pays One to One for each woman that transfers her care over to them. 670 more words


Sally Hepworth's 'The Secrets of Midwives' Is A Touching And Tender Story

It has been a long time since I have read a truly absorbing yet compelling story about family secrets and the toll they take on the one who holds them. 219 more words