I step into Katie’s warm kitchen. She’s asked me over to check on her since she had already suffered one miscarriage, to make sure of all her “pills.” I sit down at her neatly set lunch table for two; the warm cookstove beside us comforts me on my busy day.
About Author: Aravah Salatino
Aravah Salatino lives on a little farm in Ohio’s Amish country with her husband, growing their large boisterous family. She was born into midwifery through her own journey to gain back autonomy as a birthing woman and remains passionate about upholding the old paths of an ancient tradition in an ever-changing world. Ari is ever humbled and grateful to see her calling blossom onto a busy ministry serving many diverse women.
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