Meet the Midwife: Elizabeth Norwood Answers Your Questions About Out-Of-Hospital Birth

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The moment you see those two solid lines (or plus symbol, or digital letters or whatever signal heralds the existence of a tiny new human in the fam) a long string of momentous decisions starting now and stretching out far into the future presents itself. (Don’t panic! Take them one at a time.) Of all these decisions, building your birth …

The M Word: On Unspoken Grief

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  The M Word: On Unspoken Grief Okay I promise not all my blog posts are gonna be heavy. But this topic is one that just keeps coming up and it has impacted so many of you, and I feel like we have to talk about it for just a moment: miscarriage. For most of my life, I had no …

Featured Birth: Baby Isaac, OU Children’s Hospital, OKC

  • Peaceful home birth in Tulsa, Oklahoma
    Featured Birth Journey: Baby Ramzi, Home Birth in Broken Arrow
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    Featured Birth: Baby Þorsteinn, Tulsa Birth Center
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    Featured Birth: Baby Isaac, OU Children's Hospital, OKC
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    Featured Birth Journey: Baby Zayli, Home Birth in Duncan

I met Jennifer and Jon when I was filming a commercial last year. They were kind enough to volunteer their four children to play the part of school children, and Jennifer played the teacher. Her children were the sweetest and best behaved little actors ever and Jennifer wasn’t bad herself. Her kids were all pretty close in age so they …