Pleased that her midwives were there to support her during two normal, physiological births at home, a mother discovers that, when things turned abnormal, the medical world was also there to care for her.
About Author: Jenna Hull
Jenna Hull is a writer, novice gardener and homemade soap addict. She creates, publishes and writes Mother Wit (motherwitworld.com), an online magazine (also available in old-fashioned paper and ink). Mother Wit aims to rebirth mothers’ intuition by focusing on joy and common sense. Jenna graduated from Ohio State University and faithfully bleeds scarlet and gray. She can be reached at [email protected].
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