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As I was preparing my talk for the MANA conference in 2016, I was inspired by the story of midwifery development at The Farm in Tennessee.
My water broke at 12:30 am monday morning May 21st. I've said before that I did not like being a pregnant midwife.
About a month ago I was in the final stretches of a long, drawn out and incredibly stressful house selling and buying experience.
My company went on call for another client last week.
I'm so excited to be sharing a guest post today from student midwife, Gloria González Campise.
Believe in Midwifery has entered the 21st century! We are now on Instagram!
We've done it. The first home birth group practice in Georgia is now open.
I get emails every few weeks from midwives, like you and me, wanting to find balance in their life and their careers.
When I try to explain the reasons behind this movement to people outside the midwifery community, I'm often met with confusion.
At the beginning of the year I was all jazzed about spreading this message on every platform possible.
I received a text from a friend after she saw a video of my talk that said this...
I was lucky enough to do most of my midwifery training alongside Jen Holland, a CPM, prenatal yoga instructor and craniosacral therapist.