We got goats! Aren’t they cute! Little brown Clover is quite the inspiration – she had twins unassisted in the middle of the night, and was sitting pretty with them in the barn the next morning. What a mama! Bella also had strapping twin boys with no problem 🙂
Now you know what our summertime excitement is about! Because I want to share the fun, here’s what I’m going to do…
More than 20% off MamaBaby Birthing online classes, something I usually only do twice a year.
Our little goat ladies (they’re Kinder goats, in case you were wondering) need supplies and fencing, so having a little extra helps keep them comfy and gets the milk flowing!
And, of course, it helps you have a great birth. You get all the lessons at your own pace, plus you get access to the live, weekly Q&A call so I can personally answer all your pregnancy, birth, and baby questions 😀
May your birthing time be as blissful as Clover’s 😉
P.S. Here’s what some recent students have had to say:
“I really do appreciate your classes we took. They were our 3rd set of childbirth classes. One hospital class and one Bradley and dh and I still learned things we never knew. The best thing I took away is that I was working with my sweet babe and seemed to really understand that I was connecting with her and communicating with her even when she was in utero. I already felt that before your classes but kind of felt silly for feeling that way, but then realized after taking your classes that I was not silly and what I was feeling was actually very normal.
It is funny that even though I’ve had her I’ve thought about listening in on some of your Wed. calls. I haven’t yet as we are back to homeschooling full-time and it is hard for me to find time to fit it in, but I did love being on the calls and there’s a pull to listen in.
“It is such a good course Kristen and so informative, along with your help.
Super quick message.
My baby boy was born yesterday morning.
Thank you for your guidance……it was all there. I drew on so much from you. It was truly a conscious birth. I thought my way through all of it. I was PRESENT I stayed with my baby. We worked together. I didn’t forget or ignore that he was there or what I was doing this for. My scar never hurt me at all, so my body let me know all was fine and I was able to let that go completely and just concentrate on my work.
Corwin (15 months) singing about how oh-so-sweet our goat milk is!