Time With a Teacher

Life recently surprised me with an unexpected gift — a bit of time with a masterful teacher. I spent the entire first week of September doing one of the things people do but dread to do when they’ve written a book. They make a list of people they hope will be willing to endorse it,[…]

Group B Strep Explained!

I was still a student when I first sat through a Sara Wickham lecture. In the twenty years or so since that enlightening day, I’ve come to ever and increasingly treasure her smarts, her insights, her ability to communicate, and her abundantly warm heart. Sara’s blessed us again with her newest publication! In Group B[…]

Birthing Your Placenta

Well! What a gem! I believe this is my favorite Sara Wickham book yet! Birthing Your Placenta is a most gorgeous little book devoted exclusively to the oft-forgotten, yet no less essential conclusion to the miraculous act of bringing forth life! In Birthing Your Placenta, Sara Wickham and Nadine Edwards explore every facet of the[…]

Another Sara Wickham Book! What’s Right For Me?

Whether you’re preparing to give birth now or simply hope to one day do so, I enthusiastically recommend this book. Our inimitable Sara strikes again with a sweet little tool designed to help birthing women determine what they truly need and want for themselves and their babies amidst a cacophony of options and opinions. Sara[…]

From Dr. Sara Wickham! Inducing Labor: Making Informed Decisions

Once again our beloved Dr. Sara Wickham has blessed us with a treasure-trove of information, Inducing Labor: Making Informed Decisions! Inducing Labor is an in-depth look at yet another topic nearly every woman will be faced with through the course of her childbearing years and, because “the research evidence does not always support the idea[…]

Dr. Sara Wickham’s Endorsement!

“A Midwife in Amish Country is a masterclass in respectful, woman-centred midwifery, written by a woman whose faith and humility are apparent on every page. Kim Osterholzer shows us the value and depth of women’s knowledge and peppers the pages with juicy tidbits of midwifery wisdom, but without being so unrealistically romantic that she fails to share[…]

Vitamin K and the Newborn by Dr. Sara Wickham

One of the things I love and appreciate most about Dr. Sara Wickham besides her wonderfully warm heart is the way she’s able to probe, deconstruct, decipher, and translate the abstruse data and directives that swirl around the childbearing family and their care providers—empowering us to ask our questions and think things through from a[…]