Author Archives: Sarah Green

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Stachofsky Family

I started out my pregnancy convinced the best way¬†to deliver was with an epidural, and if I didn’t go into labor by my due date I would schedule an induction. It is, after all, the trend in birthing today. As … Continue reading

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Introducing…

I’ve got a new name. OK, well its actually the name I was born with, so technically… Whatever If you know me at all you know I thrive on change. I rearrange my furniture on a weekly basis. I need … Continue reading

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Cait & Joe Henessey

Sarah was such a blessing to both me and my husband. She helped me stay comfortable, reminded me of my birth desires, gave me strength when I felt I was drained, and never left my side- except to bring us … Continue reading

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Motherhood

This is a wonderful quote from Mother Wise’s Facebook page… “We are sitting at lunch one day when my daughter casually mentions that she and her husband are thinking of “starting a family.” “We’re taking a survey,” she says half-joking. … Continue reading

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