Birth Stories

Birth stories are powerful! Ina May Gaskin http://www.inamay.com/ has focused on the sharing of birth stories since she began to write about because she has always known this to be true.Christina Baldwin http://peerspirit.com/storycatcher.html shares there should be a least three stories regarding giving birth; the magical one for your child, the one you can share with others and the treasured one in your heart you share only with those who are most special to you.
If you did not see The Business of Being Born part two last night, I encourage you to take the time to do that http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ricki-lake/ricki-lake-celebrity-moms_b_1320672.html.
We are very interested in your birth stories and also those of your ancestors. If your would like to send them to svmidwifery@att.net we would be happy to hear them and communicate with you of the power we have seen in your telling of it.

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About snoqualmievalleymidwifery

I am a mother of six amazing human beings, married to the love of my life for greater than 3 decades, Nana for four awesome grandchildren & midwife (CNM) for hundreds of wonderful families over the last 13 years. Now accomplishing my dream of providing care to my own community within my community by beginning Snoqualmie Valley Midwifery & Women's Health.
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