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Ignorance is not bliss

Over the last few months I have become increasing alarmed at the lack of knowledge that expectant mothers have gathered.  Good bad and indifferent, information comes flooding in from all sides.

What is a pregnant mum expected to do?

the answer is quite simple. Listen to the words of the most experienced birth educators enlightened and empathetic people in the world. Such as Dr Michel Odent and Ina May Gaskin.

books ie Spiritual Midwifery by Ina May Gaskin

and "Birth and Breastfeeding " by Dr Michel Odent.

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I am living my dream while working with mums and babies. I see mums when they are 34 weeks pregnant and then go to their homes once they go into labour. I stay for the full duration of the labour and after the birth I assist them with breast feeding. I do another visit after the birth to see that all is well and to help where I can.  Mums are always welcome to call me in the event that they have any questions, whether before or after the birth. I am passionate about my work as a doula and I care and love all the families with which I work. Once you have been present at a birth you feel part of the family and it’s wonderful to hear news of the new baby’s life as he or she grows.

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