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Feminist Doula

You Will Never Birth at Home They Said

This is a poem about the barriers I faced and the subsequent triumphant birth of my fourth child at 42. It is the story of my 21 year journey from birth trauma to ecstatic birth. It is also a story of quietly not being pulled into endless discussion of risk. I did not attend endless […]

Babywearing

Tiny Toes and Baby Grows

I wrote this one about baby wearing my youngest. It reflects only too well those blissful feelings having him so close to my heart felt. ​I have also had the privilege of carrying a few of my clients baby’s post-natally which is an absolute honour. Tiny Toes And Baby Grows His tiny toes, his soft […]

Homebirth

Home Birth for Gardeners

Early one morning, my client was in early labour, not really sure what to do with herself, her children were sleeping, snug in their beds – so I suggested a bath. Whilst I was running a nice warm bath for her to help her through those early stages, it sprung to mind how much she […]