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A Doula In Your Pocket – Is Better Than No Doula | Story 1

By: Care Messer Birth Doula, Doulas, Labor April 2, 2020

With Covid-19, protocols in the birth room are changing on an hourly basis. This is making our birthing families feel very unstable and vulnerable. When families feel unsafe, so do their babies. The world needs to take mindful, proactive steps to ensure the safety and…

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A Letter to Grandparents About Birth | How You Can Be More Supportive

By: Care Messer Birth, Labor, Pregnancy March 18, 2019

I am writing this blog post in response to the countless parents that contact me needing help with this subject. The subject is, “How do I explain the kind of support that my partner and I need for our labor, birth and postpartum time without…

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This Is Not How The Story Is Going To End…

By: Care Messer Birth, Labor, Pregnancy October 16, 2018

At any given moment you have the power to say, “This is not how the story is going to end.” When it comes to a pregnancy, you won’t find many friends or strangers that don’t have a story to share or advice to offer you.…

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Getting Over Your “What If’s”…

By: Care Messer Birth, Labor, Pregnancy September 27, 2018

What if? I think I’ve pretty much heard all the negative “what if’s” when it comes to birth. As an educator – I hear how “I am going to fail at birth, or ”I am not planning anything because nothing ever works for me if…

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Keep It Simple | Birth is NOT a Spectator Sport…

By: Care Messer Birth, Labor July 26, 2018

Why does everyone feel they should be invited to your birth? It’s commonplace now with all the 3 minute, rushed, family and friend saturated, emergency looking Hollywood births we’ve watched on TV for years, that you already have family making airline arrangements two weeks earlier…

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