What’s your story?

Just over eighteen years ago when I started my midwifery career, as a student midwife, women started to tell me their birth stories. The stories came from young and old, some women I knew well whilst others were virtual strangers, some were positive, others were…

Driving in the Rush Hour

It had been a particularly busy day in work. As a Midwife I am used to managing a busy workload. It is my vocation to provide professional, evidence-based, individualised, women-centred care. The women in my care will always receive this and I will give them…

Growing Pains

In the early days and weeks of motherhood the feeling of overwhelming responsibility, coupled with sleep deprivation and not really knowing exactly what has happened to life as you know it makes being a Mum feel, at best, challenging and, at worst, insurmountable (probably directly correlated to levels of…