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#1 of 6 Old 08-25-2008, 09:45 AM - Thread Starter
 
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The Exchange with Laura Knoy did a show with/about midwives on Monday...

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More info:
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It's up on the website now, if you want to listen to it:

http://www.nhpr.org/node/17137

Pretty nice show. Nobody called to criticize or anything...

One interesting highlight was a mom who thought she couldn't have an HBAC in NH, but a panelist explained, I believe, that she could!

The show was partly meant to promote one midwife's new book,
Lady's Hands, Lion's Heart.
http://www.amazon.com/Ladys-Hands-Li...9937242&sr=8-1

Anyone seen it?

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It's up on the website now, if you want to listen to it:

http://www.nhpr.org/node/17137

Pretty nice show. Nobody called to criticize or anything...

One interesting highlight was a mom who thought she couldn't have an HBAC in NH, but a panelist explained, I believe, that she could!

The show was partly meant to promote one midwife's new book,
Lady's Hands, Lion's Heart.
http://www.amazon.com/Ladys-Hands-Li...9937242&sr=8-1
Anyone seen it?
I read it when I was pregnant with DD2. Carol was my mw and she lent it out pre publication. I can't wait to buy my own copy and read it again its been almost 8 years. :

Thanks for the links to the show
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Cool!

There isn't much info on Amazon yet- I'd bet they'd love another review with more information about the book

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That reminds me to pick up my copy of Carol's book tomorrow when I have my prenatal with my midiwfe. She has a whole stack of them at her birthing center that Carol dropped off to sell.
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