By Rowena Gray, IBCLC Have you had people tell you that your baby is “too old to be breastfeeding” or that “your breast milk is no longer nutritious”? Do your friends and relatives (and complete strangers actually!) ask “Are you still breastfeeding him?”, or “When are you going to stop...
Perhaps the most important issue is that as parents we are not taught or prepared to understand that babies abilities to sleep at night are age and developmentally related.
Babies have needs, these needs are far reaching, beyond the need for nutrition. Nurturing, bonding, touch... safety. These are all adult concepts that a baby does not understand but feels an inate need for closeness and responsiveness. If we understood more about infant sleep, if we knew more about what to expect as new parents... if we had the support and village around us as new parents, this wouldn't even be a topic that required discussion! ... See MoreSee Less
I have been blessed to work alongside Georgie Watson. I am privileged to able to call her friend and fellow doula.
I'm waiting for the next time that we are able to work together... I hope that the time comes sooner rather than later <3 ... See MoreSee Less
I am currently looking for 2 local families to work with, to complete my mentorship as a doula. In return for the privilege of caring for you in the run up, during & after your birth all I ask for is a written evaluation of my care and travel expenses.
It doesn’t matter to me if this is your first baby or your tenth; what your personal circumstances are; or how smooth your pregnancy is going- I would like to offer my to support to you!
The only criteria is that you must be due between now and June, as I would like to be fully established by the Summer, and within a 15 mile radius of Camborne. Please private message me if you are interested and I can arrange to meet up with you to see if we connect!