“The family is what is most important. A birth center birth is like home, everything is in its own time and everyone is like family. I have found that the relationships I have built with those at the birth center have the potential of lasting a lifetime.” Yasmin F.
I used to think that needing help meant that you were weak. But it’s not. It means that you have people who care.
"Willow Wish makes it possible for people like me to have the out-of-hospital birth they want."
Giving Tuesday is observed on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving in the United States. It is a global movement to promote charitable giving at the beginning of the holiday season. We are asking for your help to keep our Willow Wish Gift Program growing and gifting again in 2020. Will you help us continue to Grant… Continue reading Giving Tuesday 2019
It was difficult for my family to initially embrace an out-of-hospital birth, because they had fear-based knowledge of the process. I had gathered from the stories of others that hospitals do not traditionally practice a women-centered approach to birthing. With this information, as well as my own experiences, I felt compelled to make the best decision for my family by choosing an out-of-hospital birth.