How to be the Perfect Mom

Today, I’m going to explain how to be the perfect mom. 1.       Set your self-expectations absurdly high. 2.       Never drop the ball. 3.       Resist the urge to yell or cry when you are frustrated. 4.       Scratch number three, just don’t get frustrated. 5.       Be 100% financially, ecologically, emotionally and physically …

British Officials Come To Similar Conclusions As Canadian Researchers About Midwife-Assisted Births

The New York Times editorial board issued a surprising opinion statement in support of midwife-assisted births and legislation that supported midwife-assisted births. The Times referenced strong research from the UK that reversed a decades-old stance on the critical importance of birthing in a hospital. The fact that Britain’s National Institute for Health and …

The Parting of Ways.

I thought I could do it all once, and motherhood has taught me differently. Early on as a blogger for Everything Birth,  I wrote about how we have to be realistic with what we feel we can take on. See, prioritizing has been a theme for me since the first …

Drug Industry Affiliated Research Authors Generally Carry More Influence

Though, you already “knew” it,  a study published in the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology  may be a good one to bookmark if you are inclined towards natural parenting. The study may help you look less like a conspiracy theorists to your more mainstream friends and family. In a massive analysis of 6,711 randomized controlled trials …