Sara Wickham’s poem: “When I am an old midwife”.
Tag: fun stuff
Happy Holidays from Sara Wickham. Here’s wishing you a fabulous festive season, and we’ll see you next year!
A midwife’s guide to birth fairies
Sara Wickham describes some of the birth fairies that hide around the labour ward in a fun article originally written for the holiday issue of a journal.
A cautionary holiday tale
A cautionary holiday tale, by Sara Wickham, about labour ward risk management and how it ruined the day of Rudolph the red-nosed quantity surveyor
Five tips for seasonal self-care
Sara Wickham offers tips on holiday self-care and an invitation to think about how you’re going to care for yourself over the festive season.
Knitted breast patterns and exchange
Sara Wickham offers links to some knitted breast patterns online.
A Tribute to Tricia’s Lab Cats
Sara Wickham dedicates a poem to Tricia Anderson and their shared love of writing about birth and cats.
Cerridwyn and the Pixies: A Holiday Fairytale
Sara Wickham tells a holiday story of research pixies who learn why some types of research are (inappropriately) valued more than others.
What’s true, pussycat?
Sara Wickham riffs about cats at birth, cats in maternity care and just how much we can learn by being open to other ways of knowing.
On acceptance without need for cause
I had a great reminder about acceptance when I called my dad one morning, says Sara Wickham. And how we don’t always need to find the cause.