Monthly Archives: August 2014

Creating a Visual Birth Plan

By |August 22nd, 2014|

Creating a Visual Birth Plan
Creating a Visual Birth Plan using simple icons to represent your wishes can be a fun, creative and easy way to depict your preferences. If you are able to create your own icons you can add your own personal flare to them or you can find icons that someone else […]

Writing a Birth Plan: Your Preferences, Goals, and Boundaries

By |August 22nd, 2014|

What is a birth plan?
A birth plan is a way to quickly and easily communicate your preferences, goals and boundaries about your labour, birth, the immediate postpartum and newborn procedures with your midwife, doctor, obstetrician, doula and nurse. Keep your birth plan short and to the point is key so that everyone will be […]

Fighting Iron Deficiency and Postpartum Depression with Your Placenta!

By |August 20th, 2014|

Whether you choose to blend your placenta into smoothies or preserve it for easy and convenient use by choosing Placenta Encapsulation, placentophagy can help restore low iron level after birth.

During the postpartum period new mother’s often experience fatigue as they adjust to their new role. This fatigue coupled with iron deficiency will greatly increase […]

Feeling Blessed!

By |August 11th, 2014|

Wow! The past two weeks have been full of celebration. We gathered with friends and family two weeks ago to celebrate our daughters first birthday, a few days later my husband and I celebrated our second wedding anniversary and yesterday we showered a dear friend with love for her soon to be new baby.

Beyond […]