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The Birthkit Issue Number 40 (Winter 2003)
Breastfeeding, The Birthkit Back Issues
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Winter 2003
  * Limping Home. Midwife Valerie Vickerman Runes tells the story of a difficult breech birth. All turns out well, but she finds herself limping away from it.
  * If I Knew Then What I Know Now (the editorial). Community midwife Jill Cohen talks about the sacrifices and joys that are part of the calling. Would she do it again? Of course.
  * Midwife's Journal. Male midwife Jerry Whiting talks about how easy it is to "sell" midwifery care in Mexico.
  * Just a Shirt. A T-shirt worn during her two births, one an unexpected cesarean and the other a midwife-attended event, reminds Laurie Rosenberg of all she endured.
  * You Sure Can Tell. Nurse and lactation consultant Hila J. Spear shows how easy it is to know which nurses are in favor of breastfeeding, and which ones aren't.
  * The Art and Culture of Touch. Author Michele Klein describes the many ways of physically, spiritually and verbally touching a pregnant woman.
  * Why I Want to Become a Midwife. Elise Murphy shares her personal and political reasons for pursuing midwifery.
  * The Spiritual Roles of a Midwife. Midwife Beth Anne Moonstone shows that some of the most important things midwives do for women are the least clinical.

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