MamaBlogger365: What Are You Doing with YOUR Second Life? by Kelli Stapleton

What will you do with YOUR second life? You’ve gotta read this! Kelli Stapleton of Birth Stories on Demand for MamaBlogger365, a year-long daily blogging project that’s coordinated by Mamapalooza to benefit the Museum of Motherhood.

MamaBlogger365 – Tunes as a Tool by Kelli Stapleton

Kelli Stapleton with a walk-out song for MamaBlogger365, with Mamapalooza, for the Museum of Motherhood.

MamaBlogger365 – Mommy Fail Moments, Continued by Kelli Stapleton

More Mommy Fail moments with Kelli Stapleton for MamaBlogger365, with Mamapalooza, for the Museum of Motherhood.

MamaBlogger365 – Mommy Fail Moments by Kelli Stapleton

Had a Mommy Fail moment? Read this; you’re in good company. Kelli Stapleton for MamaBlogger365, with Mamapalooza, for the Museum of Motherhood.

MamaBlogger365 – Birthing A Baby In 1938, From Birth Stories On Demand

I was completely alone, not knowing a damn thing about what to do with myself. or a new baby. I had NEVER even been around a newborn. I didn’t sleep, I wasn’t sure I was doing anything right. I felt frightened, isolated, fat, and soggy. I was miserable. What I needed was historical wisdom provided by the previous generations of women in my family. Today, Kelli Stapleton sends us ‘Theta’s Birth Of Joanne’ from Birth Stories On Demand, an active resource and archive for women’s shared stories of birth and more. Kelli is the founder of BSOD and podcast host each week. She’s also an author and public speaker. M.O.M. is proud to partner with Kelli to bring you some of these birth perspectives bi-monthly and also to feature Kelli as a special guest on MingleMediaTV’s Mamapalooza show, with Joy Rose, Media Mom™. Watch her tonight at 7PM along with Jodi Nelson – 21st Century Feminist and Aqua Cherry playing LIVE in the studio.

MamaBlogger365 – Birth Stories & Traditions re: Kelli Stapleton

Kelli Stapleton saw a need. As a scientist and researcher, she observed women’s voices were noticeably absent from the birth and labor landscape. She set out to change that. Birth Stories on Demand Presents: A weekly radio show, blog and book, found on Amazon– ‘From Woman to Mother Stories of Labor and Childbirth’, a collection of birth stories.

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