It has been a full week of news and adjustments, both for our family and potentially for the practice as we gear up for the many unknowns of these coming months.
Use the links found in this post to stay up to date on the implications for pregnancy in general, and be in touch via email with specific questions as each family will need individual considerations for care.
What this means for Hearts and Hands right now is that we will continue to offer the same high level of evidence based, honest and social care, but only to return clients. This means that anyone for whom I have provided prenatal and birth care in the past can return to care with Hearts and Hands, but we will not be taking any new families into care.
As of May 1, 2018, the Peterborough location has moved to a shared space (name of the space yet to be formalized) with Siobhan Benham of Hearthside Family Health. This new space offers a variety of benefits such as a private parking lot, a larger waiting space/play space as well as shared clinical space allowing for more complementary services as we fill in the space. Please stay tuned for further updates.
The Dressing Game Winter 2013 Earlier this week, as I walked into town with my five-week-old baby, I was reminded about the importance – and the art – of dressing babies in the winters of New England. I had my daughter under my jacket in a front carrier, with two hats, a sweater, two long sleeve shirts, stockings and pants when I passed a woman carrying an equally young baby with what appeared to be a cotton zip-up outfit, a hoodie, and a bald wind-blown head. The temperature that day:...