Such an important topic and when you hear the statistics that Joyce shares in this interview its truly so strange that we don’t talk about it more. The Blues, Depression….. We need to talk about it …
CAST 074 What having 2 Miscarriages Taught Me
I have complete respect for Grace’s strength, positivity, resilience and her willingness to share her story and change the way our world looks at miscarriage. What a story she has and I am blessed she did it with the MTW tribe.
You Rock Grace!!
X Dr Kaz Jaffe
Grace Miano’s Bio:
Founder of Goodness Gracious Health, Grace Miano is a degree-qualified Nutritional Medicine Practitioner, Certified Infant Massage Instructor, and Student Doula/Birth Attendant.
Having experienced fertility issues and two miscarriages of her own, Grace is particularly passionate about helping women achieve and maintain a health pregnancy to term, and obtaining all of the holistic support that is required, via her Angels to Rainbows e-book, and her Angels to Rainbows program, which includes support for healing after loss and conceiving again, using food as medicine, correct supplementation, lifestyle recommendations, appropriate referrals and testing, access to private online support group, recipes, e-books, tip sheets, and a variety of other resources.
See my About Me section on my website to learn about my story and background and how I found my way into this important work.
- Bachelor of Health Science, Nutritional Medicine
- Certificate in Infant Massage Instruction
- Certificate IV, Training & Assessment
- Post Graduate Certificate in Education (Primary)
- Additional Specialist Qualification, Special Education
- Additional Qualification, Secondary Teaching
- Bachelor of Arts, Psychology
- Birthing Wisdom Birth Attendant Training with Rhea Dempsey (complete end 2017)
Offer to listeners:
Grace is offering a free copy of all three of her e-books, including Angels to Rainbows: Healing and preconception care after pregnancy loss so you can conceive your rainbow baby to Mum’s the Word listeners when booking in for the Angels to Rainbows program or a single initial consultation (in person or online).
CAST 008 Double the Fun – Survival Tips from a Twin Mum
I’ve so been looking forward to sharing this episode for quite some time. As a mum of a boy (and yes I am generalizing here with what I am about to say) I was not prepared for the amount of climbing, jumping, dare devil kamikaze risk taking energizer battery energy that little boys have and get up to. Sometimes I feel like I need eyes in the back of my head with my little one. And he just turned 2 not that long ago so we have a looooong way to go and lots of sporting pursuits to come our way. I guess it just came as a bit of a shock having a child that gets into everything after my daughter, who was a very “careful” child.
I just couldn’t imagine having twins (although before I was a mum I thought twins would be fantastic – have the babes all in one go??) but these days I cannot imagine at all having twins!
My guest this week – I take my hat off to her – is a mum to twins and yes you guessed it … TWIN BOYS! I know her personally and I know how amazing she is with them and how patient she is.
I thought we could all learn from her wisdom but certainly all the mums with 2 or more babies in their bellies right now or those with a young set of twins would be happy to hear from a mum who’s been in their shoes. She also discusses how important it is for mothers to nurture themselves, giving the example of when on a plane, a parent must put on their own oxygen mask before putting it on their child
It’s a GREAT episode and Sherry shares some fantastic parenting links that have also helped her navigate motherhood. Enjoy.
X Dr Kaz Jaffe
Sherry Federer's Bio:
Sherry Federer is an ex-pat mom of 4-year old twin boys and lives in Amsterdam. It’s never a dull day at their house between the dinosaur expeditions, fort building and games of hide-and-go-seek. Currently Sherry is a stay-at-home mum on a mission to rock this motherhood thing. Sherry and her wife moved to Amsterdam when Sherry was 4 months pregnant and they had many adventures navigating a new city and creating a support system to help them through those first years. It’s been a fun ride, albeit challenging at times, and they can’t imagine having done things any other way.
“Its not an Emergency”