Welcome to our blog!!

We have started this blog to keep our followers informed about new events in our community, up-to-date information regarding pregnancy and birth, and relevant articles and information that we come across. We serve much of South Florida, but with this blog we will be able to reach and inform so many more women. Please let other women know so they can receive the same knowledge! P3 Love!

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Natural Birth with a Homebirth Midwife

There is a fear about natural birth in general. Is it painful? Can I handle it? Will something go wrong? There is also a fear of women in general. This is evident due to: differential pay, depicting women as weak in film, and showing the birth of human life as gross, scary, and unsafe.
Bringing into the world a new soul that can think, learn, love, and create amazing things is done by a woman. She also knows how to feed that amazing soul with just her breasts and if that being becomes sick, she has some instinctual knowledge handed down from her for-mothers that can remedy the ailment.

If men had babies, they would be Gods. Women once were looked at as Goddesses for bringing human life into the world. Seminole Indians were Matriarchal. Much of our old society, our old world, honored the woman. What happened in the last 2000 years? The young Buddha learned on his journey that jealousy, greed, and envy twisted the kindness of humans and turned them evil.

Midwives, one of the oldest "professions" that we can date back to, honored the birthing woman and followed her lead. We learn from them that by respecting this process the new soul could enter this world with love, and light. This child could prosper and flourish, as humans do. Natural birth was sacred, honored, and appreciated for the amazing transition that it is.

It's easy to lose sight of something so magical in a world run by money, greed, jealousy, and envy. I share these pictures with you, that will hopefully allow you a moment of peace to remember how truly awe-inspiring birth is, and should be.

P3 Love,
A midwife

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Farmer's market you say? How about a Mother's Market

Here's a great idea, Farmer's Markets! We support local farms, people, and food! We also set a great example for our youth. Working as a birthworkers we get to really know the families that we help. We also get a great insight into some of the amazing skills they have. Many of these families can’t share their products with others because the realities of life make it hard. Whether they have to return to work to pay the bills, or they don’t have enough money for the start-up costs to really launch something, or they don’t have a place to showcase, we wanted to help them out and Mother’s Market was born!
Since our non-profit, All Women Matter, also helps uninsured pregnant women in the community all proceeds will go towards this non-profit. Once a month we will have vendors who carry these credentials:
-handmade (not a family selling large corporate products, rather a skilled person who’s making something or doing something)
-local (our sellers will be people in your community, those you see at the store, or the bank, or dropping your kids off at school)
-like-minded products (not junk)
Similar to a Farmer’s Market (hence the name) Mother’s Market will support like-minded families or individuals who are looking to do what they love, harness their skill and desire, and showcase to the community.
Products can include, but not limited to:
Handmade cloth diapers
Handmade slings
Handmade soaps/candles/lotions/etc.
Homemade goods, cookies/cakes/catering/etc.
Therapeutic services for your own company (not chains)
And more……

October Newsletter at Natural BirthWorks!

See all the new happenings at Natural BirthWorks in Fort Lauderdale, FL!!

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Natural BirthWorks, a co-op of holistic providers

Natural BirthWorks is a co-op of birthworkers who have united in one space to provide holistic care to their community. The providers in Natural BirthWorks range from all areas of women and families health.

Our co-op started with the need to educated women on the beauty and benefits of natural birth. When our midwife saw that many women were not aware of how normal the birth process is, and how well it flows when a women is in control of her environment, she realized she needed to make them aware. It became extremely important for her that women and families know that birth, parenting, and our health is something we need to take into our hands with proper guidance and education. Going through the amazing natural birth journey with all of the powerful families, she saw that many wanted natural care there after. This is when our midwife decided to create a co-op of birthworkers who could join together as a stronger front to empower and educate our community on the benefits of holistic care.
*If you are interested in a space to use for a support group, meet up, classes, workshops, or to see your holistic clients, please email Gelena at info@p3birth.com
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Tuesday, September 2, 2014

"Microbirth" Premiere!

A feature-length documentary asking if interventions in childbirth could be damaging the long-term health of our children with consequences for all of humanity. 
*We will have a Q&A discussion with professionals following the film.