Now there’s a interesting use of new technology! Breastfeeding Mothers Get Help from Google Glass and Small World
Very cool analysis of the changes in breastmilk over the course of a feeding. Smashes the fallacy of “foremilk” and “hindmilk” pretty well.
I actually prefer to use a racquetball, but I use these same techniques in labor: 7 Ways to Use a Tennis Ball in Labor.
Life Magazine published a groundbreaking article that was the start of a change in public opinion about birth. But it isn’t a recent article. This one was published in 1950 and starts on page 71.
If you’re still pregnant and thinking “Next time, I will do it differently…” please reconsider. It’s not too late to make changes now. And the first birth matters more than you think.
This week’s video is a lovely discussion on home and hospital birth from midwife Saraswathi Vedam: