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Skin to skin in the OR ✨📷:  Immediate skin to skin should be standard of care after a cesarean. There, I said it. Not on...
01/21/2022

Skin to skin in the OR ✨

📷:

Immediate skin to skin should be standard of care after a cesarean.

There, I said it.

Not only does it stabilize baby's blood sugar, body temperature, and vital signs (all super important after any birth, but especially a surgical one) — it stimulates oxytocin release in the parent as well, which helps reduce the risk of excess uterine bleeding, calms the nervous system, and fosters the normal progress of lactation.

The parent and baby are a DYAD. This means that it is evolutionarily vital that they are cared for *together*. Separation of the two is an intervention. Like all interventions, sometimes there are clear indications that the decision is necessary for the health and safety of parent, baby, or both. But routine separation, even in the OR (especially in the OR) is not evidence based 🌈

Curious? Ask your provider where they stand on skin to skin in the OR.


A bit of holiday cheer for you! 😂🤩  from .delivery.suiteOur delivery suite elf demonstrating some fantastic birthing pos...
12/12/2021

A bit of holiday cheer for you! 😂🤩

from .delivery.suite

Our delivery suite elf demonstrating some fantastic birthing positions 😍

I'm reeeeally trying to study for finals but I keep getting distracted by my stunning new SPARKLY placenta mug from  ✨ S...
12/09/2021

I'm reeeeally trying to study for finals but I keep getting distracted by my stunning new SPARKLY placenta mug from ✨

Seriously, its gorgeous golden vessels keep catching the light in all sorts of magical ways 🤩 I'm in love.

Sometimes people ask me why I named my business as I did. This poem captures it beautifully 🧡 Spirit Y Sol
12/06/2021

Sometimes people ask me why I named my business as I did.

This poem captures it beautifully 🧡 Spirit Y Sol

What do you say to a sister
who is about to
enter the sea
when you don’t know if she will be met
with storms or calm water
when you don’t know what
journey awaits and
how she’ll make it to shore

What do you say to a sister
when you see her scan the horizon
hesitant and unsure
when you know her fear
and the work that lays ahead
when you know she’ll come out the other side
Changed

Softer perhaps. Or maybe scarred.
But stronger, too, no doubt.

You walk with her as deep as you can into those waters
and you hold her close, as long as you can
and then you let go
and let her dive deep
knowing there are parts of this journey
she must make alone
knowing there are storms that she must face on her own

And you stand, a lighthouse, the shore
as she becomes one with the sea

~ Words and Art by Catie Atkinson
Spirit Y Sol
www.linktr.ee/spiritysol

My first issue! I feel more legit now 😂
11/10/2021

My first issue! I feel more legit now 😂

Toilet laboring ✨📸: One of my favorite positions for later labor! Here's the thing. When faced with an intense sensation...
10/27/2021

Toilet laboring ✨

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One of my favorite positions for later labor!

Here's the thing. When faced with an intense sensation, our first instinct tends to be to clench and resist. But, in fact, it is RELAXING the pelvic floor that 🏵️ gives your cervix more opportunity to dilate, and 💃🏼 your baby more space to descend.

Indeed, the toilet is a place where we are used to releasing, softening, opening.

Plus, a full bladder can prevent your uterus from doing its best work.

So get comfy! Grab those twinkle lights, crank some mood music, stack some pillows ... get someone to give you a sweet back rub or some delicious counter-pressure ... p*e a little, labor a little ... and see what happens.

(It's not called the dilation station for nothing 😉)


Teamwork ✨Finally having some time to reflect on last week's birth. And... woof! What a ride. An induction and a few bum...
10/14/2021

Teamwork ✨

Finally having some time to reflect on last week's birth. And... woof! What a ride. An induction and a few bumps along the road were nothing compared to the power of this birthgiver and the devotion of their partner. At the beginning of the induction, partner sent me a text calling the birthing person "an American superhero." I could not agree more. This duo's strength, stamina, and heart throughout the long, at times precarious, but ultimately satisfying and fulfilling process was awe-inspiring.

Three cheers 🎉🎉🎉 for Baba and Mama, and for their (swipe!) sweet, breathtaking babe 👶🏽 who, I might add, are already crushing this new-family gig at home. Theirs was a birth to remember.

Midwifery school orientation today!! 🤓✨
08/25/2021

Midwifery school orientation today!! 🤓✨

A showstopping home birth ✨This week's births brought to you by the word Endurance.I was struck again and again by the w...
08/24/2021

A showstopping home birth ✨

This week's births brought to you by the word Endurance.

I was struck again and again by the way this mom grounded herself by talking to her baby as she met the intensity of each wave, allowing it to roll right through.

All night long and all day long, despite waiting and wishing and wanting so deeply to meet her little one, she kept at it: one surge at a time.

And with some Spinning Babies magic, a wise, supportive, and patient midwifery team, a deep and abiding sense of self-confidence, and the use of every labor position in the book, mom brought that baby down to Earth.

Pure magic 💪🏻

This birth! What a perfect encapsulation of taking one step at a time and making what truly seems impossible... possible...
08/23/2021

This birth! What a perfect encapsulation of taking one step at a time and making what truly seems impossible... possible✨

Even on the heels of I STILL say that this mom is a force of nature🌀. After laboring substantially at home, continuing on for 9 hours in triage, finally getting admitted, using up every ounce of energy she had left and then some... Nevertheless, she persisted 💪🏻

August 20 saw a gorgeous baby boy blissfully born to the most wonderful and fun couple.

This was a long and deep one. Feeling so honored to witness to the depths of being that birthing people go to in order to bring their babies earthside.

Enormous congratulations to these parents! What a wild ride 🧡

Big news, friends. *deep breath* I'm going to midwifery school! ✨Most people who know me won't be surprised that this is...
07/30/2021

Big news, friends. *deep breath* I'm going to midwifery school! ✨

Most people who know me won't be surprised that this is happening. They might be surprised that it's happening *now*, with two tiny kiddos and in the midst of a global pandemic. But what I've learned, particularly over the last 18 months, is that time is going to pass no matter what, that my children are watching, and that there's no point in putting off what makes my heart sing.

First off: I love my work as a birth doula. I adore the fact that emotional and physical support are the bedrocks of this role. I love holding sacred space and bearing witness to strength and to story, and I plan to continue attending births in this capacity for as long as I am able.

But maternity care in this country is in rough shape, to say the very least. We need more skilled, sensitive, trauma-informed, and client-centered perinatal care providers. We need more providers who will work to dismantle systems of oppression, who are dedicated to equity and inclusion, who support birthkeepers of color, and who listen to, trust, and affirm all birthing bodies — especially those who are Black, Brown, Indigenous, LGBTQIA2+, and otherwise marginalized. We need more providers who enter into partnership with their clients, and who discuss options on the basis of high-quality information and evidence rather than baseless medical tradition or research that doesn't represent real-world conditions. We need more providers who offer the full spectrum of reproductive health care, and who are knowledgeable about sexual health and the ways in which our reproductive systems work, if we let them.

I'm less naïve than I was the last time I worked as a nurse in clinical practice. I'm not expecting to take down the entire medical industrial complex as a single nurse-midwife. At least not immediately 😉 ( ... I mean, , right?) But I do promise to do my part to improve access to respectful, empowering, high-quality care.

Because what do we know about midwives, folks? They help people out 🙌🏻

// Tee courtesy of the amazing //

07/13/2021

Yes yes yes!

Ever hear the Indian folk tale about the blind man who touched an elephant by the tail and thought it was a snake? Measu...
07/09/2021

Ever hear the Indian folk tale about the blind man who touched an elephant by the tail and thought it was a snake?

Measuring centimeters dilation is sort of like that.

Ever hear the folk tale about the blind man who touched an elephant by the tail and thought it was a snake? Measuring centimeters dilation is sort of like that.

A beautiful, flowing, POWERFUL birth 💪🏻✨There was one song on this birthing rock star's labor playlist that I just canno...
07/02/2021

A beautiful, flowing, POWERFUL birth 💪🏻✨

There was one song on this birthing rock star's labor playlist that I just cannot stop thinking about:

I release control
And surrender to the flow
Of love
That will heal me

🤩🤩🤩

This laboring goddess did that and then some as she moved and moaned and breathed her baby earthside.

Freaking magic, y'all ✨ Welcome to the world, little one 🧡 You've got one strong, courageous mama.

Pretty day to enjoy some sunshine and iced nettles while I stock my go-bag for later on ✨🔥🧡                             ...
05/23/2021

Pretty day to enjoy some sunshine and iced nettles while I stock my go-bag for later on ✨🔥🧡


Hands and knees ✨Gorgeous 📷:  What's so great about pushing on all fours?🌼 It creates more space in the pelvis through w...
05/20/2021

Hands and knees ✨

Gorgeous 📷:

What's so great about pushing on all fours?

🌼 It creates more space in the pelvis through which baby can move (compared to lying on your back)
🌼 It allows the sacrum full mobility to extend backwards as baby wriggles past
🌼 It makes it easy for a partner or support person to apply counter-pressure, rolling pressure, hip squeezes, or heat/cold to ease any back pain that might be occurring
🌼 It may help the birthing person feel more in control than the typical "lithotomy" (the famous flat-on-the-back-with-feet-in-stirrups) position.

Some birthing people find a "tug of war" to be really helpful when they are bearing down, regardless of position. However, on hands and knees, others find it more empowering to push against something to help them in their efforts. You always have options 💃🏻

And — hands and knees can even be possible with an epidural! Much depends on the strength of dosing and the individual birthing person's body chemistry, but with enough sensation and stability, pushing on all fours can be a comfortable and effective way to birth your baby, even with pain medication on board.

What do you think? What position(s) did you use to push?


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05/13/2021

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There is a growing concern that overuse of cesarean delivery (CD) is leading to increases in maternal morbidity and mortality. However, there is a lack of agreement regarding the ability to impact CD rates or which approaches would most safely lower rates. Midwives are known to have lower rates of o...

Don’t forget to have fun✨Joyful 📷: I’m famous for saying these words in the birth room. Why? Laughter induces relaxation...
05/11/2021

Don’t forget to have fun✨

Joyful 📷:

I’m famous for saying these words in the birth room. Why? Laughter induces relaxation and the release of feel-good chemicals called endorphins that help oxytocin (and, therefore, labor) flow. 

But did you know that oxytocin release is also essential for making your milk available to baby or a pump?

This can be pretty straightforward when there’s an infant at your chest. Her sweet scent and softness, the feeling of his tiny hands, their intent and otherworldly gaze — nature has made babies a veritable oxytocin factory for a reason!

But cranking out those feel-good hormones can be more challenging when hand expressing or pumping. So, what to do? How to “have fun” when hooked up to a hunk of plastic?

1. Prep your space. Dim the lights, pop on a cozy shawl or settle into a comfy chair, load up photos or videos of your little one or your favorite new show or podcast to stream. 

2. Take a deep breath, and relax your jaw and shoulders. Remember all those relaxation techniques for labor? Those apply here, too!

3. Sweeten the deal. The wise Lori Atkins, RN, IBCLC over at recommends having something yummy on hand — 🍫 chocolate, anyone? — to snack on when your milk lets down in order to solidify that connection between feeling fabulous and letting your milk out.

No fancy lactation room? No problem.

💦 Car pumping? Deck out your dashboard with LED tea lights and silk flowers.

💦 Bathroom pumping? Place a couple of drops of your favorite essential oil or other scent behind your ears to help your nervous system settle.

💦 Storage closet pumping? Stock your bag with something that smells like your little one and run a slideshow of favorite photos on your phone.

💦 Pumping *while* settling your baby? Prop your pump on a table next to you, crank up your favorite tunes, and sing, dance, or wiggle!

What do you think? What are your favorite tips and tricks for helping that milk flow?


Happy Sunday to all who celebrate today ✨Whether you have littles here on Earth, whether you are pregnant, have ever bee...
05/09/2021

Happy Sunday to all who celebrate today ✨

Whether you have littles here on Earth, whether you are pregnant, have ever been pregnant, are an adoptive, step, foster, or informal parent, or have experienced pregnancy, infant, or child loss. Whether your relationships with your own mothers are stellar, sensitive, or strained.

I see you and honor you today 🌼

Super excited to join  as an advocate✨Poppy is a text-based app centered on EQUITY and INCLUSIVITY, where members 👏🏻 reg...
05/08/2021

Super excited to join as an advocate✨

Poppy is a text-based app centered on EQUITY and INCLUSIVITY, where members 👏🏻 regardless of their identity, insurance, or financial status 👏🏻 can get 24/7 access to doulas, nurses, and midwives. It's like Uber for reproductive health!

I love their game-changing philosophy, and founder Simmone Taitt is just so inspiring. Follow Poppy for more details, since the official launch is right around the corner! 💪🏼


International Day of the Midwife ✨Sweet support 📷:  Midwives matter. Accessible, skilled midwifery care:🏵️ Improves psyc...
05/05/2021

International Day of the Midwife ✨

Sweet support 📷:

Midwives matter. Accessible, skilled midwifery care:

🏵️ Improves psycho-social outcomes for both birthgivers and babies
🏵️ Decreases the need for birth interventions like induction and epidural analgesia
🏵️ Decreases rates of surgical birth
🏵️ Decreases the risk of preterm birth
🏵️ Decreases perinatal morbidity and mortality
🏵️ Increases breastfeeding initiation rates
🏵️ Leads to more efficient use of limited health care resources
🏵️ Empowers new families to take charge of their own well-being

Midwives are trained in a holistic approach to birth, taking into account all aspects of a pregnant person's health, daily life, and support systems.

Indeed, according to the WHO:

"Midwifery should be considered a core part of universal health coverage. Quality midwifery care is central to achieving national and global priorities and securing the rights of women and newborn infants."


05/01/2021

Such a fantastic visual 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

Hey  ! Amazing timing shipping my new Quick Reference. Likely off to a birth tonight! 💃🏻🎉🎉🎉                             ...
04/27/2021

Hey ! Amazing timing shipping my new Quick Reference. Likely off to a birth tonight! 💃🏻🎉🎉🎉

Pain vs. suffering✨📷: First time mom  positively 🌟GLOWING🌟 amidst the intensity // swipe for the sweet end result of it ...
04/22/2021

Pain vs. suffering✨

📷: First time mom positively 🌟GLOWING🌟 amidst the intensity // swipe for the sweet end result of it all 🧡

Just like an athlete prepping to push the limits of human physiology, childbirth is often experienced as SUPER HARD WORK and EXTREME EXERTION, what with: Full acceptance of intense sensation as part of the event, mustering the internal resources to get on top of the next wave before it comes, and reaching out for external support in the most challenging moments.

But sometimes that super hard work, slowly or suddenly, can become more than the birthing person cares to bear. Whether due to physiologic, environmental, or pathologic factors, sometimes the intensity truly overwhelms a person’s ability to cope.

In these moments, pain can turn into suffering. And, to paraphrase the legendary Penny Simkin, *no pregnant person should suffer in birth*

We live in an era where, when necessary or desired, higher-level comfort measures are readily available. IV pain medications, inhaled relaxants, epidurals, and even surgical birth are all TOOLS that should never be left out of the box altogether.

As I always say: bury them at the bottom of your toolbag if you want. But don’t ever just throw them out the window.

Safe passage of birthgiver and baby is the name of the game, yes.

For low-risk folks, physiology alone often results in the safest passage, yes.

BUT. Safe birth also means psychologically satisfying and empowering birth.

And, for this birthing goddess, getting an epidural at 9.5cm was exactly what she needed to make this birth experience one of the most empowering of her entire life. She utterly shines when she talks about it.

Every birth journey is different. There is no one-size-fits-all approach. Let’s shift the damaging narrative of “natural-or-bust” to one that truly centers the individuality and autonomy of each birthing person and celebrates any birth that leaves the new family feeling euphoric, energized, and powerful. 

Thank you for coming to my TED talk.

// story shared with permission //

04/18/2021
Welcome earthside, sweet baby Roy 🧡✨Guess what? Your mom is a FORCE 💪🏻⚡Born April 9, 2021 // 3:20pm // 9lbs 5oz⚡
04/12/2021

Welcome earthside, sweet baby Roy 🧡✨

Guess what? Your mom is a FORCE 💪🏻

⚡Born April 9, 2021 // 3:20pm // 9lbs 5oz⚡

Oh my gosh YES.
04/03/2021

Oh my gosh YES.

When you teach hip squeezes to dad but it’s vocalized that mid back is still burning, you get this.

Gold star.

I shared this in a doula group and people went WILD with gratitude. 2k and climbing. ♥️

My doula account on IG is

Holy moly 💪🏼💪🏼💪🏼
03/09/2021

Holy moly 💪🏼💪🏼💪🏼

This image of British ultrarunner Sophie Power breastfeeding her 3-month-old son, Cormac, was taken at a rest stop 16 hours into the 106-mile trail race. ❤

“Oh my god, I was in agony," she told of this moment. "Cormac usually feeds every three hours, and it took me 16 to get to Courmayeur where he could first meet me, so I was hand expressing everywhere I could en route. I was so relieved he was hungry!”

Sophie took the race slow and steady and made subtle changes to the way she ran because she was breastfeeding.

"In a typical race I would get in and out of the aid stations as quickly as possible, but here I had to focus on keeping down enough food for me and for Cormac, and resting,” she said.

She completed the intense race through France, Italy and Switzerland in 43 hours and 33 minutes. 💪💪💪

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🗣️ Spoiler: From a biological perspective? Yes. Yes it is.
02/26/2021

🗣️ Spoiler: From a biological perspective? Yes. Yes it is.

From sleeping in separate beds to their children to transporting them in prams, Western parents have some unusual ideas about how to raise them

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02/19/2021

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I wish every new parent heard 3 things about the reality of infant sleep in pregnancy or at birth

1) Babies often need closeness to sleep well. It is called contact sleep. Learn to do it safely. Enjoy it, cuddly sleeps don’t last forever.

2) Waking in the night is normal for babies, all the way up to age 3, but especially in the first year of life.

3) Babies need your help to fall asleep, their brains don’t develop the ability to calm down alone until childhood.

Anything else you would add to this list?

Families deserve a straightforward way to set up safe sleep surfaces. Stay tuned, I’m working on a few exciting projects to address this reality.

Tag a pregnant or new family to support the Nurture Revolution 💜🧠💜

A team at the University of Idaho analyzed breast milk from a number of lactating parents who tested positive for COVID....
02/12/2021

A team at the University of Idaho analyzed breast milk from a number of lactating parents who tested positive for COVID.

"None of the milk samples were found to contain the virus," they found, "but nearly two-thirds of the samples did contain two antibodies specific to the virus." 🙌

MOSCOW, Idaho — Feb. 9, 2021 — Breastfeeding women with COVID-19 do not pass along the SARS-CoV-2 virus in their milk but do transfer milk-borne antibodies that are able to neutralize the virus, a multi-institutional team of researchers led by the University of Idaho reported.

Great advice 🙂
02/11/2021

Great advice 🙂

Oh the fun topic of infant sleep! We ask for advice, we read books, we compare, we agonize over the significant loss of sleep that we have as parents. It is important to remember that IT WILL GET BETTER. This stage does not last forever and your baby is learning.
credit: Milky Business- Kate Visser IBCLC

"As the rest of the world works to improve maternal health outcomes, skyrocketing maternal mortality rates here in the U...
02/11/2021

"As the rest of the world works to improve maternal health outcomes, skyrocketing maternal mortality rates here in the United States are precipitating a public health crisis—one that puts mothers of color especially at risk."

In the United States, Black women are three to four times more likely to die of a pregnancy-related cause than white women. The Momnibus bill hopes to change that.

Love this story. Because guess what? The best predictor of a satisfying birth experience is NOT getting the exact birth ...
02/09/2021

Love this story.

Because guess what? The best predictor of a satisfying birth experience is NOT getting the exact birth you have dreamed of (though of course that is always nice).

Instead, it's feeling like you're in the driver's seat of your and your baby's own care. Being heard, respected, and connected is what leads to feeling good about your birth—not perfect circumstances.



"The birth of my 3rd child was supposed to be a 2nd VBAC. No one was concerned because my 1st VBAC had gone amazingly well, and everything was on track when I went to my 39 week appointment. My BP had gone up, and I had some edema. My OB very calmly said she'd like me to go the hospital for some labs they couldn't do at the office. We did that, got the labs, waited for results. Then she came in, said 'you have HELLP.' Obviously, this wasn't what we wanted to hear. She gave me my platelet numbers and her medical opinion, which was immediate c-section. She'd already called the surgical team so that they would be ready if/when I consented. She also acknowledged that this wasn't what anyone had wanted, including her; she was my OB for my VBAC when no one else trusted me to do it. Hearing that helped a lot. She made zero attempt to pressure us, just presented my lab numbers and outlined the risks of my options (c-section, induction, wait for labor to start on its own). For me, the risk of hemorrhage, general anesthesia, and crash c-section outweighed the other risks of CBAC.

CBAC wasn't what we wanted, but given our circumstances, it was the right choice for us. I felt empowered because I felt it truly was my choice this time, and I had the knowledge to give truly informed consent. I also cannot stress enough how much it helped having an OB that trusted me and that I trusted."

There is no "right" way to birth.Let that sink in for a minute.Really. Right now. Close your eyes, quiet your mind, and ...
01/22/2021

There is no "right" way to birth.

Let that sink in for a minute.

Really. Right now. Close your eyes, quiet your mind, and let go of all the cultural assumptions and "shoulds" and stories from friends and family members about their own births that were amazing or terrible or anything in between.

“You can’t control your birth. I try and instill that understanding in people before they even go into labor… Because I started realizing that my clients were being traumatized by their expectations.” - Carly Nuttall, CPM

I LOVE recommending massage during pregnancy — not only for comfort and easing aches and pains (which are amazing benefi...
01/22/2021

I LOVE recommending massage during pregnancy — not only for comfort and easing aches and pains (which are amazing benefits in and of themselves), but also for adding balance to your soft tissues and soothing your nervous system.

If you're in the New Haven area, I highly recommend The Well for Women. (Psst, founder and CEO Julie Robbins is a former doula!) She is unbelievably passionate about helping birthing people maintain a sense of calm and well-being during this unique time of their lives.

Interested? They have an awesome introductory offer:

👉 x2 60-minute massages for $120 ONLY! 👈

Want to know more?

The Well for Women is a massage centre in CT, run by women for women.

They offer skilled massage therapy for all women across the life cycle. They have special expertise in prenatal and postpartum massage for the childbearing year. But their services are also well received by the over-50 set.

Walk in knowing, you don’t need to care for anybody, they are there to care for you.

Explore all their offerings at thewellforwomenct.com

01/21/2021

You, like all pregnant people, deserve a safe, satisfying birth—one that enables you to tap into your power and deep sense of knowing.

In Braving Your Birth, you'll learn:
- How the body, mind, and environment affect labor
- When to head to your birthplace
- How to cope with labor sensations
- Benefits and risks of common birth options
- Your rights in the birth room
- How to plan for a peaceful postpartum
- Getting started with breastfeeding
- and more...

Sessions will be held virtually on Wednesday evenings via Zoom: February 3, 10, 17, and 24, 2021 from 5:30-7:30pm. Cost is $175/couple.

✨Save 10% through January 29 with the code BRAVE✨

Interested? Be sure to RESERVE YOUR SEAT at seatoshorebirth.com/events/

See you there! 😘

"For pregnant people, the WHO recommends not getting the Pfizer vaccine 'unless the benefit of vaccinating a pregnant wo...
01/21/2021

"For pregnant people, the WHO recommends not getting the Pfizer vaccine 'unless the benefit of vaccinating a pregnant woman outweighs the potential vaccine risks,' such as for health care workers at high risk of exposure.

But since the vaccine is 'biologically and clinically unlikely to pose a risk to the breastfeeding child,' those who are lactating should be offered their shots just like anyone else."

Guidelines have grouped breastfeeding and pregnant people together when addressing vaccine safety. That, experts say, doesn't make sense.

"Adding mobility will make the pelvis function as if it is bigger, and allow for vaginal birth of a larger baby than wou...
01/18/2021

"Adding mobility will make the pelvis function as if it is bigger, and allow for vaginal birth of a larger baby than would be possible if the pelvis weren’t as flexible."

"Is my baby too big?" When it comes to fitting through the pelvis, head size is less important than the angle of the baby’s head. Learn more: http://bit.ly/SpBmbtb

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