I’m re-reading Spiritual Midwifery and getting lost in the hippie love of the Farm midwives. Why is it that in almost every Farm birth story, the couple makes out during labor? I didn’t even think of that during my labor. I was very close to Scott physically and emotionally during the process and he was very hands on but we weren’t making out. No. I asked him if he’d be willing to give it a go next time around. Of course, he suggested we start practicing right away.
Because I’m dreamily lost in the Farm love, my background music carries the smell of patchouli. Yesterday, Norah and I were riding in the car. I was listening to a Cat Stevens song. Norah asked, “What’s dat song called?” I said, “It’s called ‘Morning has Broken.'” Norah: “It needs batteries, Mommy?”
This Saturday is our monthly Blessingway at UCEDS. The Blessingways are free and open to anyone. It is our way of surrounding new and expectant families with positive support and mindful information. Caryn will be sharing her birth story and then we’ll have an informational session on Cloth Diapering 101. We need experienced women with encouraging wisdom to bless these new families. We meet from 2-4 at UCEDS the 4th Saturday of each month. Children are welcome.