Author Archives: admin

A new Wonderful Resource for Breastfeeding

Even though breastfeeding is often referred to as the “most natural thing in the world,” rarely does it come so naturally. Which is why lactation consultants are the fairy godmothers to breastfeeding. However, I came across this web resource through … Continue reading

Posted in Breastfeeding | Leave a comment

Greater Rights for TN Breastfeeding Moms: Your Action Needed

Thanks to the hard work of a few individuals and organizations, a State Bill, introduced by State Senator Mike Faulk, is set to eliminate the age restriction on the current breastfeeding bill (currently at 12 months). Here, an article by … Continue reading

Posted in Breastfeeding, In the News, Nashville Resources | Leave a comment

Client Reviews

As part of a way to better let you know who I am and how I work with clients, I have added a review section for your pleasure! Check back over the next few days, I have a little stash … Continue reading

Posted in Client Raves | Leave a comment

Breastfeeding Accoutrements: Need or No-Need?

I love this article, “Breast Pumps, Nipple Shields, Hooter Hiders … Oh My!” from Kimmelin Hull on Science and Sensibility’s blog. As a nursing mother, I made much use of my nursing cover, and in fact will make them for … Continue reading

Posted in Breastfeeding | Leave a comment

Ricki Lake hosts A Roast of the Farm Midwives

This year as part of MANA’s (Midwives Alliance of North America) conference Ricki Lake is coming to host a fundraiser! What could be more fun than a roast of the farm midwives? Come join yours truly, tons of birth professionals … Continue reading

Posted in Nashville Resources | Tagged | Leave a comment

A diversion: delve into this babe’s dreams

Visit this Finnish mom and copywriter’s blog to see more of her daughter Mila’s dreams! I don’t like to divert the blog too far from birth, but Adele’s blog is too precious for this creative to ignore.

Posted in In the News | Leave a comment

Fun Bags?! Indeed.

Posted in Breastfeeding | Leave a comment

Local Midwives get a Nod

Voice of America has a new article by Mike Osborne, featuring two of our local midwives: Mary Anne Richardson, a CPM (the article incorrectly states), and Mavis Schorn, a Nurse Midwife (the article states she is a doctor, she is … Continue reading

Posted in In the News, Nashville Resources | Leave a comment

In honor of National Breastfeeding Week

Of course, National Breastleaking is a flashier title, but of course not as politically correct or official sounding. And so, as a small tribute to the monumental art of breastfeeding we have new research to encourage weary moms through breastfeeding: … Continue reading

Posted in Breastfeeding | Tagged | Leave a comment

ACOG’s new VBAC guidelines: more options for more women

Good, no, great news for moms who have undergone a c section! ACOG has a new stance on trial of labor after c section and VBAC. ACOG’s new policy states that not only are women with low-transverse incisions with one … Continue reading

Posted in VBAC & Cesarean Birth | Tagged | Leave a comment