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A topic that I’m very passionate about is that whoever is in your birth space, is your choice! For me, this means that every woman has the right to decide who they want present during their birth. This includes everything from family and friends to midwives and doctors. And yes, this also includes your mother in law! Your birth space should be a safe haven and the people who are present should make sure that this environment is maintained.
OMG, Yes, this! How many of you have done the unthinkable, or had it done to you? My sister once patted a lady on her belly and asked when she was due..... The lady said, "I'm not pregnant, just fat!" 😱 RULE 1: Don't touch uninvited. RULE 2: Don't ask unless she brings up being pregnant. RULE 3: If she is pregnant, tell her she looks terrific. Anyone got a good story about asking a woman about being pregnant?
Mama, don’t forget to take care of yourself too. ❤️
I’m in tears right now, I’m so happy. LNM’s team doula and community manager, Taylor (@todaysmoderndoula) just announced her pregnancy!!! Guys, she’s been TTC for 2 years and finally her dreams of having another baby are coming true. She’s already an amazing mother to her 4-year old daughter and we couldn’t be more excited for her. We are so proud of her strength, resilience, and determination throughout this journey.
We see you. Today’s episode is a weighty topic. Emily Pardy of Ready Nest Counseling, here in Nashville, joined me to discuss perinatal mental health. This is a topic that I am passionate about, but it also hits home HARD. Many of my students and members know that I have dealt personally with sexual trauma, and it has affected my work as a labor nurse. This chat guides survivors of trauma through their pregnancy and postpartum period with an eye toward caring for their emotional well-being.
What are your thoughts about a male labor nurse? I hope it is one of acceptance as this guy is rocking it as compassionate and forward-thinking labor and delivery RN. You can find Aj over on TikTok as NursedudeAj spicing things up with fun labor and delivery videos. Aj and I talk about the role of your labor and delivery nurse, and how he is empowering women to push how they want.
I get asked all the time about crazy conversations that I’ve had with patients, and this one is by far one of those most interesting. Yep, I’m coming in strong with this series! I hope you enjoy!
Are you nearing the end of your pregnancy and feeling anxious about how to induce labor and birth? No need to worry! Labor Nurse Mama is here to guide you through every step of the process with her unique Miles Circuit. Let me show you how to safely and effectively induce labor with a comprehensive approach to inducing labor and birth!
I hope you are enjoying this series as much as I am. It’s like a walk down memory lane in the labor and delivery unit. Now tell me, do you know what a hangman is? Because before this patient, I had no clue and had never seen this on any birth plan before.
Stories from labor and delivery.... When a patient had a provider that had been difficult the whole time, not allowing her autonomy, and making her feel like she didn’t have a say in her pregnancy and birth, she had a funny way of wanting to get back to him. This patient had me dying of laughter when she said what she did. Have you dealt with a provider that hasn’t listened to you? How did you handle it?
As a labor and delivery nurse, I’ve gotten some pretty funny texts from friends and students.
Are you struggling to find a way to bond with your newborn while also keeping your hands free? On The Birth Experience Podcast, Cassidy from Let's Talk Babywearing is here to share the joys of babywearing, and provide tips and advice to help you build a secure and safe bond with your baby. Join us on this episode to learn all about the wonderful world of babywearing!
Bringing home a baby is the beginning of a new life for you and your partner. I think about you all a lot, as I am in a "new" marriage and don't have to work around babies. Suddenly, your main goal is to get sleep whenever and however you can. And those darn emotions you bounce from one feeling to another in secs. Having a newborn is a challenge, but it's also amazing. Let's have fun, comment with the emoji(s) that best describes how you relate to how dates have changed since baby!
It’s crazy to think about our little ones growing up, driving, graduating, or even retiring, but the truth is that it all happens in the blink of an eye. 👉🏻Hey! I’m Trish❤️, or @labor.nurse.mama Labor Nurse Mama Birth Courses are where you can learn all the things you need to know to be prepared for your birth! Link in Bio! Remember to cherish all the moments. ❤️ Comment and let us know which shocks you the most!
Are you visual like I am? If so, this will help you understand what we mean when we check your cervix. Pictured is 1 cm to 10 cm. It sounds like so little, yet it is a huge accomplishment. Never be negative about your cervical change. It is incredible, and each little change is monumental. Do you see how as the cervix opens, it also gets thinner? The thinning out is called effacement. Notice how at 1 cm is thick and closed. But at 10 cm, the cervix is thinned out and opened.
Here's an Instagram Live QA I did this January! Updates and offers!! Come hang out and listen in!! 🤰🏽 Hey mama, Jump into our LNM insider's weekly pregnancy/mama education list and get our Checklist Bundle FREE, LINK IN BIO! Follow us for more Pregnancy Education!❤️ Listen in as we talk pregnancy!
Today’s episode is a weighty topic. Emily Pardy of Ready Nest Counseling, here in Nashville, joined me to discuss perinatal mental health. This is a topic that I am passionate about, but it also hits home HARD. Many of my students and members know that I have dealt personally with sexual trauma, and it has affected my work as a labor nurse. We see you. This chat guides survivors of trauma through their pregnancy and postpartum period with an eye toward caring for their emotional well-being.