Sunday, August 30, 2009

Back on the grid

Returning from a week without internet access is pretty daunting these days. My reader is overflowing with gems. I missed the whole ACOG homebirth survey thing, and the Dr. Stuart Fischbein needing legal support thing, which led to the Dr. Stuart Fischbein vs. Amy Tuteur thing, and then the ACOG giving women permission to drink "modest amounts of clear fluid" in labor (golly gee willikers, thanks!) thing . . . what else have I missed? Fill me in! I'll post more when I've caught up (no promises on when that might be . . .)

In the meantime, a snapshot of what we've been up to (forgive the phone-camera quality):


  1. I thought I screwed up my Google Reader again because I didn't see any posts from you. I hope your week away was nice. Looks like it was!

  2. It was indeed! I've been in Portland, Oregon, visiting some lifelong friends. I've been here quite a few times, and would love to move here, actually. It's such a great, funky place to raise a family, if you're the funky type, which I'm pretty sure I am. I'll post a bit on that, coming up next.

    Thanks for the thoughts!

  3. Ha! Yea, it was a busy spell there for the natural birth movement and righteous indignation. Aren't you glad you're all caught up now. ;-)

  4. Are you kidding? I'm STILL catching up! But should be posting tomorrow . . .