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Sarah Stewart

http://sarah-stewart.blogspot.com/

This New Zealand native is passionate about health. Sarah Stewart is a health professional and is dedicated to educating her readers about childbirth, the need for midwives and health in general. She has a recent post announcing the upcoming Virtual International Day of the Midwife, which is a great example of her loyalty to midwives and others in healt field.

I am a nurse again!
by noreply@blogger.com (Sarah Stewart) about 2 years ago
Coaching. An effective way to adddess work-life pressures?
by noreply@blogger.com (Sarah Stewart) about 2 years ago

Village Midwife

http://villagemidwife.blogspot.com/

This passionate midwife shares her life, family, and occupation for all to learn and grow from. Joy Johnston is a great example of a lady who strives to serve her fellow midwives with her vast information and personal experience.


Birth Change

http://birthchange.blogspot.com/

Lori Wrankle blogs about everything women and birth. She is a traditional midwife and runs her own midwife business. Lori writes about everything that she finds meaningful and worth questioning. See her recent hysterectomy and breast feeding posts.


My Thoughts: Eastside Women's Health & Lactation

http://www.kristinacnm.com/news.php

Knowledge is everything when it comes to birthing your children. Glean from the experience of a doula and Nurse-Midwife who can help you make informed decisions.


Dou-la-la

http://www.dou-la-la.blogspot.com/

A great, informative resource for both expectant mothers and midwives, written by a "[b]irth advocate, postpartum doula, childbirth educator and birth doula-in-training." This blog is visually exciting and incorporates multimedia.

Battlestar Galactagogue: On Fenugreek and Other Products for Perfect Production
by Anne about 4 years ago
Help Me To Help You: The Promise and Pitfalls of Peer Support in Social Media
by Anne about 4 years ago

Navelgazing Midwife Blog

http://navelgazingmidwife.squarespace.com/

This is an interesting blog because this midwife, after helping with homebirths, recently began focusing on hospital births. Check out the archives for a wealth of information about the pros and cons of giving birth at home.

Doulas Get Together
by Navelgazing Midwife about 3 years ago
Lilia's Birth Story (Brow Presentation)
by Navelgazing Midwife over 3 years ago

A Midwife's Muse

http://midwifemuse.wordpress.com/

This blog takes a close look at many aspects of being a midwife, including assisting with births, and all the paperwork that goes with it. There is also a great post about postnatal care.

The 11+ nightmare
by midwifemuse about 2 years ago
Dear Dave
by midwifemuse over 2 years ago

The Midwife’s Desk

http://chicomidwife.blogspot.com/

As a midwife, this blogger knows a thing or two about what new mothers should expect, and even includes a post titled, “Letter to a First-Time Mother.” There is also a beautiful photo essay of a homebirth, with lots of smiling faces.

Midwife Sisters
by Dena Moes almost 2 years ago
Happy Holidays !
by Dena Moes almost 2 years ago