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Zero COVID-19 cases at Seattle-area's long term care facilities for first time since pandemic
"Has been a year since the country learned about the first Corona virus outbreak in the nation at a Kirkland nursing home. Covert 19 ravage the Life care center this week, King County health officials announced. This is the first week without a single case reported from a long term care facility in the county since the outbreak began. Almost Michelle Esteban reports on the hope and healing. Oh, this whole week has been emotional Nurse Kathy Lombard is back where it all started. First covert 19 outbreak in the country. The first known covert death in the U. S. They're going to come back. You have no hesitation about going back. And then it is her first time back to the life care center of Kirkland in the years just to be here. And to see the people I took care of. She found one of the patients right away to sing her smile made me happy for Kathy. It is essential to remember the first victims the ones taken by Covitz. What significance does this place have for you? A lot of love. Is a lot of love shown here for the residents. One year ago, she volunteered to work inside. What had quickly become known as the epicenter of Corona virus was one of the first ones to volunteer to come here. And I'm glad I did. And she worked for the life care center in Puyallup when she learned the Kirkland facility had been ravaged by the coronavirus patients, and even more staff were testing positive here. I called here. Hey, I want to help. I want to be there helping you. Within three hours of that call. She was inside the baker unit at the life Care center assigned to 18 patients, her family and friends worried for her safety. She never got sick, right? I never really worried about. It was just too busy to even really think about it because there was work that needed to be done. Lombard knew 10 of the residents who lost their lives. It's hard. You just know that you did the best you could for them, and she could have been on the inside and seeing how hard we were working. But a federal inspection home found critical issues inspector said. Those issues put residents in immediate jeopardy and imminent danger, resulting in at least 37 deaths from the coronavirus. They were the first victims of this awful virus that we now find ourselves living in Deputy Los Angeles is mother, Twyla Ah Lifecare resident. Died in early March. Because I believe if she hadn't caught back, she'd probably still be alive. Shortly after her mom was quarantined. Debbie got the call. How did you say goodbye? I didn't. Um e say goodbye In my heart. I said goodbye better if her service that we had there just wasn't time. You're kind of helpless because you can't be there and you can't do anything for him for this on Lee Child A plea Mask up, Take precautions get vaccinated and hopefully with the vaccine. It will at least get under control or people won't die. If they get it is not for you for those you love. We do need to remember they were the first Michelle Esteban. Cooler news.
If You Sell Your Bitcoin, Michael Saylor and Jack Dorsey WILL Buy It
"Before powell spoke investors had started to get nervous in the us around the potential for an early unwinding of the fed's extremely aggressive approach to keeping rates low and stimulus etc. Because of this the market was getting out of stocks and into treasuries driving the yield of treasuries down and by the way if that sounded like greek to you. We're actually going to do a macro one show. And a bond specific show as part of that new kiddo show set as well either way powell gave testimony to the us senate banking committee on tuesday and said that the economic recovery remains uneven and far from complete and the path ahead is highly uncertain the bloomberg headline this morning about it said powell reiterates view that labor market has a long way to go. Pow pointed out that there are ten million fewer people employed. And that's a long way to go to maximum employment and this is really important the mandate the fed is actually two parts market stability. But it's also full employment the tools however that they have to achieve that full employment are limited and what we've seen is that asset prices tend to benefit before full employment is reached over the course of this year. We're likely to shift from the market stability part of that equation to the full employment part of that equation but it still promises a pretty aggressive approach from the fed powell also mentioned digital currencies saying it's a priority and that they'll be reaching out to congress about it in twenty twenty one so we'll have to come back to that soon next up on the brief today trouble in arc land i have discussed kathy would and arc pretty frequently here most recently in the episode last week i find it interesting. How a lot of the macro dynamics that are potentially interacting with bitcoin might be interacting with arc funds as well arc has seen a stratospheric rise over the last year but has been hammered. The past few days in fact it started a couple weeks ago as people started to get nervous about how concentrated arcs of some of their companies were remember. Our funds have specific feces around innovation. So there are frankly. Only so many companies they can buy if their fund owns to high percentage of those companies. The fear goes it could create risk in both directions that an issue in one company could create broader risk for arc or vice versa that arc could create new exhaustiveness risk for the companies themselves over the past few days however the concern has been less about that and more about this rise in treasury yields the innovation. Etf which is their flagship. Fell three sessions in a row. It had its worst today. Drops in september and again basically these yields were reflective as we just discussed of investors thinking that there was going to be pressure for rates to rise and for fed support on wind earlier than expected because of that they were moving out of the pricier parts of the market. I e tak. Now for her part. Kathy would said she wasn't worried said that she welcomed the correction and to be fair. She's gone from three billion assets under management in january twenty twenty two more than thirty in january twenty twenty one to more than sixty billion last week still. I think this is worth watching as a reflection of the bleeding edge of the markets. I don't think. Bitcoin is so correllated that you can watch these things move in tandem. But i do believe that. There's some proxy for how traditional investors might think about bitcoin at any given time based on the macro context lasts up on the today. Let's talk about the latest out of india. India as we've discussed has been very aggressive. Vis-a-vis crypto currencies with that seeming to only heightening right now a couple updates from the last few days rakesh ginger who's likened to an indian warren buffett. The billionaire investor he told. Cnbc never buy bitcoin that. Regulators should step in and ban cryptos in india and called bitcoin speculation of the highest order. So pretty much that. Warren buffett description is accurate at least when it comes to opinions on bitcoin at the same time however he also stated that india should focus on the creation of an official digital rupee. This was echoed by comments of reserve bank of india governor who reiterated that. The rbi has major concerns around cryptos but that they are working aggressively on a digital rupee. I wanted to point this out. Because i think it shows just how much india is going to really draw. This contrast between killing cryptos private cryptos and network cryptos while simultaneously trying to harness that momentum for an official central bank digital currency is that paradigm. That one can't survive while the other one does or are there different ways to look at
The Art Of Showing Up For Yourself By Kathy Robinson
"Living a mosaic life cathy robinson of athena wellness dot com. I recently had a conversation with christie mclean a multimedia documentarian coach and global advocate. Who shared an alternative approach for those who may have felt frustrated by past well-meaning career advice to follow their passion chrissy recommends welcoming all interests into your work by exploring activities you enjoy and creating a values aligned portfolio when she was creating her own portfolio many years ago and exploring themes running through her numerous passions. She asked herself this question. Are there ways you can connect your passions in unusual in creative ways so you don't walk around feeling splintered and fractured but instead make a beautiful mosaic of all these different things. I love the idea of mosaic career. In fact i love the idea of mosaic life. The word mosaic means to use tiny parts to create a whole image or object but the word originates from a greek term meaning to muse in other words to reflect or meditate to be absorbed in thoughts to wonder in dream. I applaud those. Who know what they want to do early in their lives. And never waver from that path for the rest of us a mosaic life is such a gentle approach that takes the pressure off of finding that one thing a mosaic like a puzzle suggests play if feels like a wonderful invitation to allow our imaginations to wander amongst the things we love and welcome all the pieces of ourselves the broader and more diversified the better if a mosaic approach sounds intriguing. I recommend a three part process that found to be effective gather curate and connect number one gather. Does the fun part where you get to collect. All of your interests can be like clues or insights in the form of words values images sayings lyrics poems or quotes. You can recall a time when you felt a sense of meaning and got lost in time. Maybe there are favorite books blogs movies podcasts or just times when you felt moved by something or someone the things on your list don't need to make sense nor do they need to have the potential to earn money. They just need to be things that stir you in some way number to curate. Next highlight the items on your initial list that you feel completely drawn toward at this time you can keep the full list for later reference but for now will down your list as if curated an art collection creating space can be to honor and work with the items that are most enticing and number three connect lastly think of the type of life he liked to live or continue living which may include how to be of service or provide value in a new way with that as a backdrop begin to look for themes in your curated less does may take experimentation over time to shape tinker and make some order out of the list. Here's to put all of this into action. Select one thing from your list and take a small step toward it. You can do some research or schedule a bit of time to be in that space with all your heart. Did he is to spend time doing something that increases your energy allows you to lose yourself for a bit and makes you feel great. Once you're done. You may find as i do that. If you do this routinely your mood will get you naturally begin to spend more time doing the things you love. It doesn't happen overnight but the more you enjoy this time. The more the sacred space you're creating will expand has will your ability to become the mosaic assist of your life journal reflections if money time and family support were no object. How would you enjoy spending your time each day. What is the one thing. You'd like to spend time doing for the pure enjoyment of it. How about you take one step toward
"kathy" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Do we know why they got into fistfights specifics. Now but he did things with the sister. They didn't approve of but good brothers. Took care of things. And i don't think it got to the point of physical violence against her but just not being a respectful as they wanted him to be sure getting into arguments and looking back though they might think this guy would have been a better choice than what kathy ended up with unfortunately sure they would yes..
Filling the archives with stories from Black Silicon Valley
"We talked last week about how the stories of lack inventors were literally left out of the history books. Documenting the early internet now. A story about preserving that history in late twenty nineteen archivists from stanford university met in fremont california with over a dozen black engineers and entrepreneurs who had been working in the tech industry for decades. One of them was. Danny allan also been first engineering. Professors say some people in this class. That don't belong five of us thirty so actually wound up hating engineering. While to become an engineer. Alan worked as an engineer for bank of america and the electric power research institute in palo alto. He's now the vice president of global diversity and inclusion at sap labs stanford was interviewing allan and others for a new archive dedicated to the history of black people. Working in silicon valley henry low would helped build stanford silicon valley archive as a curator at the university. And he had realize that the stories of allen and others at that meeting were missing from the university's records to realize that there are substantial communities successful people who've not been fully represented. The archive is a. You know a bit of a shock. It's kind of sad disappointing. That that were at this position. But you very grateful to be be in a situation where i can try to respond to it though it had been inspired by kathy cotton. A longtime silicon valley recruiter turned archivist. She saw that. No one was telling the stories of the many black engineers and software developers. She knew were important to. The tech. industry's success. So
Two People Found Fatally Stabbed Overnight In Separate Incidents On Same Subway Line, New York Police Say
"Were four separate stabbings on a trains between yesterday and today, and the NYPD believes they were all carried out by the same person, the latest from WCBS reporter Mac Rosenberg. Over the last 24 hours. We have had forced separate incidents of individuals being cut with a sharp object in our transit system, and police Commissioner Dermot Shea says The common denominators are proximity. And the fact that they all happened on the A subway line. The four attacks have come since Friday at approximately 11 29 PM and adult male was pronounced deceased on the A train at the Far Rockaway, Martin. Have a new train station. He suffered stab wounds to his neck and torso. About two hours later at approximately 1:15 A.m. and unconscious 44 year old female was found inside of a train in Inwood Transit chief Kathy O'Reilly says she later died at the hospital and that to others who were stabbed are now recovering. We will immediately commence a surge of officers to patrol both above and below ground, Shea says. That number will be 500 officers. Because people need to not only be safe on the subways, he says. They have to feel safe
NYPD questioning 'person of interest' in subway slashings: report
"Investigating the possibility that four stabbings on the A train could have been carried out by the same person. And it will mean more officers on the subway. Here's WCBS is Macros Burke. Over the last 24 hours. We have had forced separate incidents of individuals being cut with a sharp object in our transit system, and police Commissioner Dermot Shea says the common denominators are proximity. And the fact that they all happened on the A subway line. The four attacks have come since Friday at approximately 11 29 PM and adult male was pronounced deceased on the A train at the Far Rockaway might Have a new train station. He suffered stab wounds to his neck and torso. About two hours later at approximately 1:15 A.m. unconscious, 44 year old female was found inside of a train in Inwood Transit chief Kathy O'Reilly says she later died at the hospital and that to others who were stabbed are now recovering. We will immediately commence a surge of officers to patrol both above and below ground, Shea says. That number will be 500 officers. Because people need to not only be safe on the subways, he says. They have to feel safe at police
Report on Public Hearings About Philadelphia Police Contract Released
"Here under way between the city and the police union. Philadelphia City Council member Kathy Gilmore Richardson is releasing a report on public hearings about the police contract. Yw City Hall bureau treat Pattillo reports. Some of the recommendations are already in play 100 witnesses testified over seven hours last fall. The report includes police reform recommendations for all levels of government, not just contract provisions. But council member Gilmore Richardson says she's pleased to see some steps reflected in the city's initial offer to the union with any proposal does include a lot of the important recommendations we heard during the hearing basically around the residency requirements in the arbitration process of well, a grieving the city is seeking to re Store the requirement that officers live in the city. It's also looking for a stronger hand to punish misconduct and not have its measures weekend or overturned in arbitration. A city spokesman thanked Council member for her effort. The F O. P, which tried to stop the hearing with a lawsuit declined to comment. Gilmore Richardson acknowledges the report provides little leverage once the contract goes to binding arbitration, which is expected but says that's the importance of getting public input before the process begins at City Hall, Pat
Philly police contract fight is on: FOP seeks 5% 'accountability ...
"Philadelphia City Council member says the first ever public hearing on the police union contract served its purpose even if the contract goes to arbitration, as is expected. A report on the hearing came out today and Colette Abuse City Hall bureau chief, Pat Loeb has a look at what's inside a little background first last spring at the height of the pandemic, the city approved contract extensions with raises for city unions, including police willing ink was barely dry before the city erupted in police brutality protests and that contract became a sore point. So council member Kathy Gilmore Richardson proposed the public hearing on the next contract, which is being negotiated now the police Union. The F O P tried to stop the hearing. It's a city council was overstepping. But the hearing went forward in November about 100 people testified and the end of December, the city gave the F O p its initial proposal, and that includes suggestions from the hearings like a residency requirement and limits on arbitration for disciplinary action. Now, both sides expect the current negotiations to go to binding arbitration. But Richardson says the hearings had an impact because arbitrators will have to take the city's proposals into King. Federation when they rule on the contract. The current police contract expires at the end of June. The FP wants raises an extra pay for living in the city and accountability pay for wearing body cameras. It had no comment on the
Cathie Wood Making Stock Picking Popular
"So tracy here's something that i never thought i would see again so i i started following markets in the late nineties The dot com era and something that i never thought i would see again in my career after that ended was the superstar fund manager. Okay why is that. Well the actually totally true. What i mean is more the superstar stock picker because of course back. In the old days there are a lot of like star stock stock pickers fund managers. You know Peter lynch comes to mind some of the other tech investors back then but these days with et fs with online brokerages that make it really easy for individuals to buy stocks on their own. It really sort of seemed to me like that era had gone bright so i suppose there was this idea that the time of stock picking has come and gone and that if you want to make returns in the market you should just poor all your money into something like an s. and p. five hundred. Etf like a vs tax or something like that and just stick with it and don't bother trying to outperform the market because over a longer period of time. Even the best stock pickers had eventually underperformed. Right i think this mantra of don't try to pick stocks. A if you try to pick stocks. You're probably going to underperform the index and be if you come across a mutual fund or a fund manager. Who's good at picking stocks. Oh it's probably just luck it's not going to last too. You know even if even if there is someone who can beat the market. How are you going to know whether it's actually worth putting your money with them until like this idea that everyone should just index Trying to beat the market is kind of a lose lose proposition. It's really been drilled into people's heads. And i think like you know for years. They're really we just haven't had a sort of another new peter lynch or buffet. There's star quantum maybe some bond fund managers who are known but the idea of like someone who is just really associated with a great track record of picking individual stocks. Hasn't been a thing for a while and yet and yet a star stock picker emerges over the horizon. Yeah executive obviously that really That for the first time in a long time there is currently a fund manager a stock picker who is a mess and incredible track record an incredible following. And of course. We're talking about kathy. Would she is the ceo and chief. Investment officer of arc invest and there is a total fascination with our and this family of actively traded. Etf a phenomenally well in terms of returns but also ex Attracted an extraordinary amount of investor cash in the last couple of years right so the arche t fs. I mean i'm looking at their performance. They have five different semantic portfolios alone. Ch- that have basically doubled over the past year. Which is pretty amazing if you think about it. It's amazing enough for just one stock to double in price like that in just the space of twelve months but to do it across multiple is really remarkable and i think within their actual portfolio. There's a tiny tiny number of stocks that haven't risen recently. And i'm not even sure there are any actually. It's a really amazing. Performance is really sure to actually. I'm looking at the end of twenty twenty for twenty twenty their performance of a r k. Which is the sort of flagship innovation. Etf that arc has was up one hundred fifty two percent for the year Extraordinary returns and if you look at the holdings they're just all of the companies that have absolutely killed it in the real environment. Tesla is the biggest one but other names square. The payments company phenomenal roku huge winner. Zillow spotify tele doc. Which of course had an incredible year. Thanks to the rise of rome medicine and so forth so it is a Just extraordinary number of winners that this There's a fund and the related funds. There's a related fund for finance and Medicine that have That they've brought it. Just the triggers incredible. If anyone follows. Eric balchunas who's sort of bloomberg intelligence is etf analyst. I feel like three quarters of his tweets. These days are just about. How extraordinary this Family of funds and the performance of arc invest has been lately.
A Conversation With Kathy Mexted On Australian Women Pilots
"Introduce our guest. Who is well. She's in a different Cycle of the planet We have with us kathy. Mixed at who's A writer photographer and editor of air sport magazine that comes from sport aircraft association australia which is gao organization. Kathy's written for a number of publications but recently she's written a book titled australian. Women pilots has sub subservient amazing true stories of women in the air. Kathy welcome to the airplane gigs. Podcast hang smack. Thanks for having me now. Really astute and longtime listeners may actually remember kathy's name or it might sound a little bit familiar. That's because well she's australia and she has been known to hang out with A few of our australian friends from plane crazy down under grant and steve. So it's really exciting to have kathy. This is a an very interesting very amazing book. And we're going to start off talking with kathy and then come back to the news after that. So let's let's get right into it. A kathy in the book you tell us the story of i believe ten women that all have really fascinating remarkable stories. And we'll talk a little bit about how this came together and in how you found these stories but to give our listeners. An idea of the kinds of stories that we can find in this book. Maybe let's talk a little bit about the first australian woman to fly around the world in a single engine airplane solo. Maybe give us a brief version of gabby story. Thank he Gabby cannot in non nine nine was a single mother of two children. And she had this burning desire to fly around the world for probably some personal reasons. Various reasons Who knows what caused pushes somebody to do these things and she drew back on. A mortgage bought a single engine. Saratoga had kitted out with long range fuel tanks and everything that she could afford and think that she needed borrowed some survival gear and hit it off in august nineteen eighty-nine. She intended to be gone for three days and she came back. Nine thousand nine days later so it was quite a remarkable fates and it's some was a long trip. Yeah yeah and she more or less followed. Amelia earhart erhart's route but as to her motivation. It seems like she was doing it for the the love of flying in. Not for some promotional purpose or to seek notoriety particularly. It seemed like it was kind of a humble flight. She had absolutely no desire for the publicity other than the fact that the publicity provided sponsorship. So that was the only reason she got tangled up with that side of it but became a big thing and because the country was pretty gripped by this housewife fit. Who's at forty is some. Lift the kids with some friends some reliable friends and taken off around the world and She was intrigued by merely earhart actually and she loved immediately hop story. She'd been flying across the pacific with a guy named jim. Hazelton who's well known. Australian aviator and when i go to majority or the marshall islands he said this is about where we think. Amelia earhart went missing and it really got gebbie thinking again about it. And she dived into any books she can find on earhart and other female aviators when she got back and that really sped or on say. Someone gets a good idea but forgetting to do that trip. I think it was about finding soft confidence. And she just felt she really had to do something for herself to take control of her life and you know how it can be being a wife and a mother
Los Angeles Gears Up To Host Super Bowl LVI In February 2022
"Work has begun on the next Super Bowl. Coming to the L. A area in 2022, president and CEO of the L, A Sports and Entertainment Commission is Kathy Schlozman Super Bowl typically brings anywhere from 300 to 500 Million of dollars of economic impact to a city. So we already know we're gonna get a lot of money from the hotels and the spending that happens around Super Bowl. But the NFL championship game also brings with it opportunity and chances for involvement for both the business community and individuals, according to Schlozman, who added, We think that the 2022 Super Bowl in Los Angeles Will be the first event. Post Cove it the first normal event, Post Cove it nationally or internationally. That has all the attention that the Super Bowl does. The Super Bowl is just one of many high profile sporting events coming to the South Land over the next several years. Randy cartoon can extend 70
San Quentin prison fined more than $400,000 after deadly Covid-19 outbreak
"State Department regulates workplace safety is Find California's prison system nearly $400,000 for this whole dealing with violations during the covert outbreak in San Quentin Prison that left of thousands of people infected and dozens dead. KCBS is Kathy Novak reports is the biggest single penalty handed out by Cal OSHA. Since the beginning of the pandemic. The outbreak that led to more than 2000 infections and 29 deaths began last May. Inspections in June and July found violations from failures to notify and test employees who were exposed to cove it to allowing staff to move between units that should have been quarantined. James King was previously incarcerated at San Quentin and is now with the elevator center for Human Rights. Prisons aren't designed to respond to urgent medical outbreaks. On Monday, the office of the Inspector general released a separate, scathing report detail ng how prison officials quote caused a public health disaster. CBC are has been saying all along trust us. We have this under control. We now see from both of these reports from other government agencies, by the way. That they have overstated their response and that's me being generous. In a statement, the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation says San Quentin State Prison has made many improvements and already remedied several of the citations in the eight months since Cal OSHA visited the institution, Kathy Novak KCBS
Audit of Washington DC 911 set to begin amid search for new director
"DC's 911 system gets more than a million calls every year. Most are handled properly somewhere. Not now, W t. O P has learned new details about the upcoming audit of DCs Office of Unified Communications comes in a letter from DC Sordid there. Kathy Patterson it tell us Cleo Soup Edo, the new interim director of DC's 911. That the audit will begin two weeks from today. On February 15th. The audit will look at the effectiveness of DC 91 one's operations against national standards, see how it's training, stacks up and review the agency's internal investigations of past incidents. The audit is expected to take seven months and a final report on D. C s 911 system will be made public by the office of the Order. Iturbe
Wintry mix lingers in Washington DC region as icing leads to treacherous commute
"Good evening the northeast is bracing for a major nor'easter tonight not just snowfall but high winds that could make for blizzard conditions and lead to power outages. The chicago area already picking up at least nine inches causing treacherous road conditions and it was tough going for drivers in virginia to snow in washington. Dc triggering a snow emergency. Their winter weather alerts are in place across eleven states. This new system fueled by a storm that came from california and crossed the entire nation over the past week. We'll get to the forecast in a moment but we begin with cathy. Park philadelphia tonight a monster. Winter storm is making a mess in the midwest. Snow bearing chicago cancelling more than two hundred fifty flights motorists stranded as conditions went from bad to worse it. Isn't it as what happens when you live chicago. Got to be ready for anything with snow. Piling up this delivery truck got stuck on a side street overnight and wisconsin temperatures plunged as winds picked up driving down. Visibility is getting really bad and it's really really cold. The nation's capital woke up to its first significant snowfall in two years ushering in a snowball. Fight the national mall and playful moments among dc's giant pandas slick roads. On virginia streets turned dangerous. This rollover accidents sent four firefighters to the hospital as a storm. Advances millions in the northeast bracing for impact boston businesses. Prepping for a hard hit. The bullseye could end up near new york city where blizzard like conditions are possible. This is not a storm to underestimate and ask people to get in mind. That tomorrow is going to be a really tough day. Philadelphia is gearing up to have blower. So i gotta get a shovel as a city gets ready for up to a foot of snow. What will the next twenty four hours look like while it's going to be challenging for booby trying to fight the snow with four hundred pieces and -sulting empower a citizenry and kathy's with us from philadelphia. So how are things looking there tonight. Kathy kate crews are working around the clock and the repaired to keep going at least through wednesday. The city has fifty thousand tons of salt. Ready to go for this storm.
How to Set Recurring Potty Reminders
"This question is from megan frazier and she says is there a way to set a reoccurring timer for every twenty minutes on the weekend for a potty time basically she wants to have it automatically go off with a flushing sound for her toddler. Great great question. And i can remember those days. My kids are older now. Megan but i certainly remember those days so a couple of questions a couple of answers here were given by some members. Patrick doyle suggested to set up a routine. He also found a skill called interval notice. And i haven't tried that one myself. So i can't vouch for that but I trust patrick. And if he says that's a good skill for that then i would definitely give that a try and finally the last one here which i think is the simplest way of doing it This answer is from kathy o. Craving and she says she's not get the flushing zone. But you can use a command such as remind me every twenty minutes to fill in the blank. In your case you'd say go to the party so that's pretty simple and then when you want to cancel that you would just say cancelled a reminder so i hope that is helpful for you make a couple of different ways that you can try that out. And i hope it's helpful to everyone else.
Advanced Core Web Vitals Solutions with Kathy Brown & Karl Kleinschmidt
"Geek. Chic this year. And let's geek out on some of the advanced core web vital so we talked about elsie. Pf d. c. s. Those are the three main core web bottles. What are the advanced core web. Vitals was that mean when. We're talking about larger websites mostly enterprise websites when you are never individually changing the code of a page. You're always talking about h. Templates web core vitals become very different. But if you can't change one page without changing a hundred thousand pages. Every decision has a lot more impact. Every vix is a lot harder and you have to sell individual changes in a very different. So there's a couple of things that i wanted to bring up. That will help people of these bigger issues. All right so basically. Life isn't always as simple as i have to go onto one page and make a change. There's the enterprise level websites which you know one page template changes tons of pages. What are some things you can do to avoid making big mistakes. That are going to impact your core web. Buydell metrics one of the things that i created with the help us on the developers at search metrics is something called the consistency school so we had started large-scale scraping websites and running them through the lighthouse tools and tackling for seattle less. How consistent are the elements across pages right so if we look at all your product pages and the elements are different for every single page but you can only make page template changes. You're gonna have a huge problem because if you make one change but likelihood is it's not going to affect or fix all the problems you have with your product ages so it's really important to think about. How consistent are my pages and think about that for every single page type so that you know which pages are easy to sex and which ones are harder defects. I just wanna jump in here. It's my understanding that core web vitals and the page experience ranking factor is not likely to be at the page level. I think and this is a little bit of speculation on my part. But google is giving nuts field data in google search console so i think google might be looking at a particular directory which may have a a page template assigned to it in the aggregate so if you fix one page in its rate. I'm not sure that's going to solve your problem. If the rest of the pages for that page template do not perform as well as you like exactly. I think what you guys are talking about like ants on a bit website just like when you find an aunt in your home if there's one aunt it's problem and squishing that one aunt doesn't solve the problem you need to get to the underlying issue now. If you have one aunt in every room you probably have an infestation and you probably have some really big problems so the more that you can be consistent with your templates and when you make a change. It basically sweeps the entire house. The better off. You're gonna be so look. We have templates. Hopefully when we implement a change that change rose out across all the pages and solves the issues that were having as opposed to solving an issue on one page creating an issue on another. What are some of the other advanced core web vital features. You can think of one of the ones that i have used for. One client where we couldn't figure out which pages were causing the f. I d. issues because it's only field data in. We're getting some data back from search console but not enough to clearly identify. The issue is that you can use the event timing. Api to actually log the f. I d i'm not gonna go into too much detail for how to implement that if you go to bed that dev slash f. i d. there's a rate guide for how to implement that event timing tracking and that will give you all the data you made in order to capture your actually that makes troubleshooting so much easier. That seems like a big deal. When you're trying to figure out what is causing the first input delay the have to understand the sequence of what is being loaded on the page in. That may not always be clear. Read there is timing exercise. There's a little bit of a dance with either you and your developer your developer in your website or whoever. You're working with to try to figure out what is loading when you're having an f. I d. problem. I would say for these large websites. If you're kind of in the enterprise level you really need to look at stuff like real user monitoring you really need to instrument some year code so that you have these metrics to help you diagnose these problems because otherwise you're relying on field data which is not always specific as you would like or you're relying on lab data which is also perhaps not representative of the experience. It's happening out in the field so core web. Idols is not going away. Google is going to periodically reassess the core web vitals and perhaps tweak them a little bit maybe tweak the thresholds so just setting yourself up for success by having in house instrumentation of your site so that you can really see what's happening on your side. I think is a win for enterprise sites so carl. We talked about an advanced topic for co less for f. I d. keeps up for l. c. p. And we talked about this on monday. What are some of the advanced techniques that you're using the solve for largest contemptible pain issues so most of the problems have been between field lap data. And how'd you get lab data closer to feel data because without those to be in close. Elsie p problem diagnosis is almost impossible. Right if you don't know what the elsie p is than. It's really hard to diagnose so what i have started doing is trying a multiple of things trying to get lab field data closer by there have been three or four things that we've been doing. We've been turning off elements so turning off drop downs turning off pop ups and ben running lighthouse reports on that. Sometimes you can't do that on production pages and so that you can do things like you are out parameters where you say. Keep me a off parameter that makes me seeing like i'm a logged in person and then run back through the house tools. That in my experience has been the most successful way of getting lab and field data closer together and that you can actually start the diagnosis. What is causing your lcd issues. And then the third thing is if neither of those to work you could go east if basically custom bigger a logged in user cookie unload the elements that way you get as close as possible to feel beta. That is the hardest one but it's also the one that leaves the facts everyone else. That should be your option of last resort. If you're trying to get that yielded lab closer together. 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"kathy" Discussed on Kathy Fray's MotherWise Podcasts
"Welcome to one of Kathy fries mother wise podcasts. Kathy is a best selling maternity, author and award winning international maternity consultant, during her time as a midwife, she's got hundreds of babies, so you're in good hands. Enjoy hello. Harry report a high. It's kitty fray here from mother wise, just recording this little now cast for you today to about day to after having a baby in. We will that day to post panel place, NATO. And what are the things that you should know about and be aware of and the time? Okay, well fac- when it comes to ma'am, you should be having two or three times a day to play your blood pressure cheat your team purchaser annual posting now. The blood pressure is just to make sure that you're not getting any pre sick tuxedo, which can occur after hitting a baby just in the few sit a week or so after having a baby site. It sat you should be having a black Krisha cheat, and was temperature new post because something was elevated on either thighs it can be a sign of pice nasal and facial, so those should be monitored or so what you're join. Blood loss is bang like to make sure these nothing unusual going on the every high amount or lot of Klotz coming out some Klotz, absolutely normal. And then you'll Sundell height it so the height on fuel way. So it should be involuted down and die. Forget, this also though is the three or four day two or three blues coming in as well. So they failed seismic changes in your minds causing that over a common over normal at four out of five women all about this time is Rayleigh spice tints to be more about the baby, the baby is become the center of your universe, which is exciting, but incredibly time consuming. So all the fish Tweety for as that babies often do quite a bit sleeping fade. But don't quota sleeping Valiquette but of recovery sleep, particularly after being going through the labor themselves, but day to aim J. They just. Become Fyvie fade. What do they do? They just want to fade as shos exhausting for them and often die three is to be honest until you milk. Fully arrives in knock. It's all just as nature teens will pattern of bringing the Milken they should be wanting to fade invading vein by this not a lotta slate. Tom fear, like pretty tough sleep, Tom to be honest. But it's right. You'll get throw it like we didn't have as will after you. And we want the you want your by these, hey, at least European out pot in some McCoy neom output showed. It should've all acquitted of what the name fish, twenty four forty eight hours tops. Okay, they point it is normal for the by these two civil ways day and then after a full milk arrives, they should be doing sort of six when they say a minimum of six ways, but to be honest in my experience, as long as I drink teen to twelve week nappies today. Bye bye. Absolutely, thriving seemingly sometimes that I need doing six day that not relate during quite so, well, they wanna, but more food or but more fading, and what asks understood very quickly for you here now I ain't going to be doing a much loan guys. We've been at podcast on this where we dive much deeper into the topics. And of course, it's Pat of my mother wise masterclass, which is my, an Asuka l-, great way at members, only in the woman have joined my essential by six per gram or somewhat in day. Access to my twenty four seven to Night Live pary, which has got like hundreds, I think about six hundred questions on initially in coast, my library of past Nessin in, we hit, these live. We've been asked her with the woman can come initially ask me specific questions. The things that I you should be making sure that you'll. Dan aware off when it comes to your baby. Is that noise feeling that you feel informed about they painting hearing screen witch hopefully, something offered where you love and they at threes? He'll practitioners states. Come by different names, sometimes. It's just go to pay Uber. It's a meter Pollock strain, semi sure you feel that, you know about that. And they all informed. And then also, you should be well, feeling well, informed about Sudi or they sudden unexplained this of an infant say will say used to be called since sudden infant death syndrome and long before it was called court date, so Mashal, you our wear of the ways that you the things you should be doing and should not be doing to help prevent it. Or just join Pergamon. We can tell you all about it. So they don't tonight and I will include a link at the bottom of the on the fist comment on this fate said. So that you can get asked each by six parked in. It's all we had for today, and I wish you and wonderful week. I love you. We hope you enjoyed this podcast today. Visit Kathy fry dot com for lots more frame maternity information than downloads. Plus, you can order copies of Kathy's books browse through top recommended motherhood products. And she can't hit populous support package options Keti, fray dot com.
"kathy" Discussed on Kathy Fray's MotherWise Podcasts
"Welcome to one of Kathy fries mother wise podcasts. Kathy is a best selling maternity, author and award winning international maternity consultant, during her time as a midwife, she's caught hundreds of babies, so you're in good hands. Enjoy. Hello, everybody. Hyatt's kid? If I hear from mother wise and welcome to another with an at will podcast and today's topic is all about day one post had him. So that very first twenty four hours after you've had a baby. And of course, what we're gonna do. Here is just a very quick sort of five minute overview, and if you would like to have the extended vision, which is a twenty five minutes going. Dowling allot depend into the topics thin time. He's talked to come through to essential by six eight join tribe, and I'll unquote alling at the bottom of the one of the comments on this fade. All right. So the main things that you need to be thinking about or hopefully, your health provisional, as thinking about with your net. I twenty four hours nightly as an assessment of your well, Bain a lot of guidance to do with your breastfeeding, and make sure. Sure that you gotta have the ongoing support that you need. And also, of course, a single baby. So I'm just to set a run out of it is kind of briefly and you can have a peon piper eight dot pointless. So you can go with them about Monte, tell with your health care provisional, you'll midwife will oppositition typically it's McGuire at this point, particularly, sometimes you might have assistance from Dula or election in social tat, or maybe it's just Yemen. But these things that you want to be making sure that somebody as professional ideally is using these thanks, Sherry officially with your, it's a really good idea to have a debrief about your life, and your birth Howard, went with the person who is the assistant you with it. So be that your private midwife, your private obstetrician. If it's possible if you went using hospital shift midwife, but quite a bit of a deep grief, and go, I'd written asking questions is to. Why this Dina why it was done. And make sure that if you've got any little tiny snippets of trauma, and the that you get Sadr China why and get your questions answered your uterus. Inva- Lucien on the very first day, your womb with the Fundus of your womb, the top of your will be setting it about your Alexis, or your belly bassin Sardis. It's absolutely normal. Stride act to having a baby. You look about five months pregnant, and then that will go and the size of, of your remover G stem over the next two weeks, K. So then you're breastfeeding, you need to really understand what's going on and Feazel, but so for the first few days, you are producing Colostrum because a baby has got brained new neighbor used utilized all in Stein's in full Moke is just too much at that stage. So all memos as it made it if you are a wail or a human or a goat or. A mouse, we all get Colostrum and is face few anti Colostrum is often night by midwives as a liquid gold because it's got a very yellow-colored normally, it is not so affected to be expressing using an electoral respond the most of, of to express off Colostrum is by hand and just clicking with a little syringe that doesn't have a needle on. So it is absolutely normally your day in the first twenty four hours will go some at real combination of some fades, and some recovery sleeps, so babies could do some longest -letes those fish twenty four hours. But the day to tomorrow, you gotta have day to baby would just wanna pay faith case be prepared slip as much as you can in their fish, twenty four hours 'cause you may not get muchly at all. And the following Tweety for as make sure that you are. We are of they things that are. Gonna Megyn say in the postnatal period and things, basically, if you were to spike Afifa where you start at Healy have I seen very late. And then, of course, we've got all the wellbeing things to do with your eighty and you should at the stage. Be very confident with what it's all about, and the things that you need to be looking out for. And if not make sure that you're reading my book goodness that will tell you everything that you need or talking to your healthcare, and, or to give them. All right. Well, that's everything for today. And we will see unique by everybody. We hope you enjoyed this podcast today. Visit Kathy fry dot com for lots more framing Tennessee information than downloads. Plus, you can order copies of khakis books browse through top recommended motherhood products. And check out his popular support package options Kathy fray dot com.
"kathy" Discussed on Kathy Fray's MotherWise Podcasts
"Welcome to one of Kathy fries. Mother wise podcasts. Kathy is a best selling maternity author and award winning international maternity consultant during her time as a midwife she's caught hundreds of babies. So you're in good hands. Enjoy. Hello, everybody. And this is Kip defray from otherwise. And we doing it the episode today, and this we've been out podcast depending on where the watching or listening as particularly talking about when you get to over forty weeks, and what can you kind of expect to occur over that next couple of weights bearing in mind that the absolutely normal period of time to have a baby fully to him is anyway from thirty seven to forty two weeks before thirty seven weeks is cream it to labor giving both to Preterm baby. Or after forty three ways is when you are. Actually post tanks, but leads bionic. I and Sern as we all when we're pregnant get to that magical forty week is demented g station that is cool that estimated Jude eight suddenly we feel like we're undercoat in the baby is overdue in the whole thing's taking too long. But of course, it's actually not. So the average face baby. I have read research on is born at forty weeks in teen days. I don't know how accurate that is. But anyway, so it's very very normal to give birth between forty and forty two weeks, especially with the I I think and to be honest, those baby set are just a little bit older can do so much afterwards. Such a lot more best. I forty one week here is a lot easier to breastfeed general trim since I thirty seven week. Oh, he's four weeks younger. So that's a good thing. But also, so what kind of is a normal price. Now, always late every different hospital and country in region in doctors can have different policies, but to give you a real raff kind of Ogilvy Sar sudenly once again to forty weeks, you know, it SUNY giving you permission to be pretty proactive on trying to get your body into spontaneous labor because it is great. If you can absolutely void a post, an induction of labor purely because you apostates, and if you are post dates, I cannot at all and good conscience essay that it's a good thing to be getting to be voluntarily agreeing to an induction before you're at least sort of forty one weeks and five days or forty one weeks in six days or forty two. Two weeks. If the only reason for that induction is because you'll pice tights because you are not pice tights until forty two weeks. And it is fascinating for you in faucet figure baby for you to go into spontaneous labor rather than being used before your civics, and you baby and your body is ready yet that takes you from a risk to a high risk labor with substantially increased statistics of complications of instrumental Averis emergency deliveries traumatic delivery Syrian deliveries law at gas stores hemorrhage rights, so yeah, anyway, so engineer James, no once you get to vote he weeks, and especially by forty one weeks, if you are at midwife obstetrician cities thing that they stretch in suite of your cervix, which is an internal exam where they stretch for cervix open a little bit and sweep the member. Raines that can eat too. It's your I I'm kind of pro that to be honest, if it's do street wave and help the woman go into light bat or not do the intervention in the she needs induction will let brainer that is interfering. It isn't intervention, but it's a very mild one eight and leads to say that midwives have been doing that intervention with thousands and thousands of years obsta traditions did not invent that. I saw restrictions rapes end just knowing that you baby's got good facial movements that usually around forty one weeks. It's pretty normal to have a post date Oprah sound, and there's a few different cheeks. They do the tickly making sure everything plus into looks good waters around the baby looks good Citra, then usually beyond that you would have every two or three days a CD. So that's that the belts gar around the tummy and dole. Little print tap babies hot. So. This really is apart from it. It's just kind of sit and wait, but we do go. I do go into a note more detail about this on my full links with an us and podcast. So we'll enter Lincoln vay to the bottom of this view. Looking listen to it. So you can see how to khanate Denver if you'd like to join out a simple basics pergram. Okay. I wish you all I wonderful week. And just remember this baby's going to be exactly on his hip IX date 'cause I believe these babies choose the state way in advance. I came by everybody. We hope you enjoyed this podcast today. Visit Kathy fry dot com for lots more free maternity information and downloads. Plus, you can order copies of khakis books Brown through top recommended motherhood products and check out hit popular support package options. Kathy fray dot com.
"kathy" Discussed on Kathy Fray's MotherWise Podcasts
"Welcome to one of Kathy. As mother wise podcasts. Kathy is a bit selling the Tennessee, author and award winning international maternity consultant during her time is amid while I she's caught hundreds of babies, so you're in good hands. Enjoy. Hi, this is Kip defray and welcome to this podcast on bonding with your baby. Or is it saying guys? Honey, did you pick the super glue and the postnatal beg for on ding? Yes. This emotional Val crow. Bonding theory fished did actually only just in the nineteen seventies. And by the nineteen eighties. Bonding hit become an accepted maternity to after which the price. He's became analyzed. And scrutinized to the point on his way of creating another tomb poor bonding. There are hundreds of fake tres physical emotional which influence the mother baby bonding prices, lots of new moms do not always experience instantly in mother love emotions seasonally, the riccar licensor terrain how good or traumatic of booth as an how smoothly bonding being accused. Because some mums with a new baby their feelings of bondage. Well, before the feelings of bonding, so for many women, particularly in the first two to three days, the dominant feeling is kind of weird distant blank indifference towards the baby and motherhood as they slowly begin to come to teams, but the enormity of it, all and go all over in the mind their experience of Jarvis. They is a really normal reaction. Bonding is a great Julie unfolding experience that can take hours or dies weeks or months to evolve. Like a flower opening it's people's some studies have shown that almost half of women. Don't love the newborns straight away. But my new moms and dads Warri about with feeling adequately bonded with the baby. And if bonding is some superglue that gushes out of a mother at chop it instantly sticking together. The new mother in her newborn in some wondrous connection. You might have been wondering why yours is not the love at first sight experience. You were imagining it would be but often it's just not like these welcome to the new wheeled of worrying about your child four lactation mother's body. Secretes a hormone called per electon, which is thought by some to help bring out on noise. Baby bonding feelings stimulating mother's connection with the baby making him more in sync with you newborn through the increased maternal sensitivity or instincts that somehow this product. And when you're breastfeeding is supposed to do or does do. In a way, it makes this might load of scenes I mean, how to other memos now how to mother the young if not by instinct, so it would be logical that the human babies mothers to are provided with maternal instincts at a biological level. Bats if they inside you are really feeling anxiety or guilt over your indifference and lack of bonded feelings with your brains new charge. I title stranger lead Spicer. Then please realize that you are not abnormal in any way. Many new moms experienced feelings towards the newborn that alike of pin. Jhelum swinging from TNT six Silla ration- to numerous disppear. There is a substantial amount of literature available designed to enhance your skill at bonding effectively with your baby in a lot of it from an idealistic mother nature is speaking of is quite create but some of it can feel like propaganda. It is possible to be beautifully bonded to your baby with without following any particular theory and as possible to feel completely unbounded after following every theory, ever, invented sorry. Perhaps the most useful bonding toes Akam blissful moments of getting to know each other such as sitting quietly chasing face to face up close or holding your baby skin-to-skin on your chest. One of the beast. Investments is opting for a single room at your postnatal facility. If it's possible. Funding is like Charles booth h genie takes its own unique path. It's not like a switch gets flicked on some play one day. You realize you know, what your baby's needs. I or you miss your baby dreadfully when he's with a babysitter or you experience milk late down at the same time your baby across town cries to her Ninna for fade. Or you have a beautiful and vivid dream of your baby weenies odor. Or you find it had to remember live with that your weight up. And you know, intuitively that there is some kind of socket connection between you both. This is the day that you finally realized this little piece in his whim his way deep inside your soul, and that you would give your life for that way, babe. And by thin trust me, friend. You are well and truly bonded. We hope you enjoyed this podcast today. Visit Kathy fry dot com. For lots more frame attune. Izzy information than downloads, plus you can order copies of khakis books. Browse through who top recommended motherhood, products and checkout. Hip hop Yetlis support package options, Kathy fray dot com.
"kathy" Discussed on Kathy Fray's MotherWise Podcasts
"Welcome to one of Kathy fries. Mother wise podcasts. Kathy is a best selling maternity author and award winning international maternity consultant during her time as a midwife she's caught hundreds of babies. So you're in good hands. Enjoy high reborn kitty fry from otherwise. And welcome to another episode another we've been out podcast, depending on what you're watching all listening to decide the topic today is going to be about reaching tomb labor. So you now at fifty seven weeks and or above in somewhere between fifty seven in forty two weeks as an absolutely normal time to give birth not really not light. So before thirty seven weeks, Julie and after forty two weeks late, right? So you should already misinter- stuff before for me. I think that would have told you about the signs and symptoms of active labor. So with a first baby. That's usually once you paid one two. Hours of three to four contractions every teen minutes all over a minute long. And at that point you've started eight to ninety before there is latently and with a seekin by a generally, you would touch base. Once you've hit a couple of hours of contractions, if routine minutes as soon as you're having three contractions retain minutes, but everybody is different than everybody situation as unique. So it's important that you speak with your own midwife or of situation about what arrangements you have between you and the is to win. It's the right time to be touching base in your light bulb to other things that commonly occur in light by Witcher absolutely normal in of no up Citra community as you having some bloody mucous shows than always plotting. But they are was mucus look like sort of Igwe really end with a bit of sort of but of blood through them. So that means you're Subic says opening which is wonderful and. Glaciers can occur at two two weeks before having a baby the suit me nothing too super excited about it's just a normal thing occurring. And in a second thing is absolutely normal is wash is breaking. So what is can right before labor during during booth or after rear labor does Apu sometimes too? So again, exit north no nothing to be freaking out about two things that are not Nomo when you're enlighten is if you are actively humor joins so that means you bleeding. It is running down you'll leagues filling a paid an happening. I Senator pavement half. Now, something like that. That's absolutely not normal and very rare. When it comes to a rule spontaneous labor with a healthy normal baby on board having him urging in labor is very rare. But at something you need, you would -absolutely need to go to the hospital on very quickly. And the other thing is if you have Makoni. Emmett stained waters. So if the waters ghetto brand that means you're AB head Apu, which may just mean, it's head Apu, or it might mean that the baby's streets side is another reason to cheat out sort of our whistles of Megyn. But it does make you wanna get to have somebody assist. Your baby's happy tonight recently timely why and certainly if you go by is kicking around very heavily. Normally, I would assume he wouldn't be terribly strict about it. It is still something to get checked out. Okay. Now, if you end night back, and I if you're wanting to find out things that you can do to get yourself into like or things you can do to Algemeen your latent labor into active labour. So yeah, this quite a little bunch of those things, and but I will be talking about those in greater detail in my. Full mother 'wise podcast that we've been in net. So a member's area out in a Sukhum, otherwise masterclass, which you absolutely welcome to join and will include a link on the on the comments, are you can say, hi and find out more about that as well. And then the other thing I would say is with regards to clothing for baby. Please. Would you cheek out my day one baby in late, and you need to go to roots and wings whip site, which is Marino wool, clothing, company, website and the day one baby illuminate is on the end these are closed a a little kit of closet. A specially designed for a brand new just born baby. Because trust me, they knew born size does not fit a brand new baby properly. Newborn size is designed. For the naught to three month olds. But really more like six wait to two month old babies on everage. So they day one baby Ilham late, which is available on the roots and wings whip site. The Marino wool clothing website. I can't fix everything today. And I wish you all. I wonderful. We of your wake k. We hope you enjoyed this podcast today. Visit Kathy fry dot com. For lots more free maternity information than downloads. Plus, you can order copies of Kathy's books. Browse through talked recommended motherhood products and checkout hip populous support package options. Kathy fray dot com.
"kathy" Discussed on Kathy Fray's MotherWise Podcasts
"Welcome to one of Kathy fries. Mother wise podcasts. Kathy is a best selling maternity author and award winning international maternity consultant during her time as a midwife she's caught hundreds of babies. So you're in good hands. Enjoy report a an kissy fray hia and welcome Terry. Another little live or prerecorded depends. What you're listening or what ching little podcast today? An at topic is going to be that you station of being around thirty four thirty five ways and things that you should be doing in your list at this stage. Now, I will also be doing this is a little many. We've been podcast that you're listening, and I do go into a lot more detail with me only area, which is my mother wise, masterclass recordings, and you are welcome to join us the or. Make sure this link at within the content. They comments I should say comments at this fates. Are you can see how to join us in that way, you'd like to but still get your peanut pipe already. Because he's a few things you wanna take off your list at the stage. So you say the it around thirty four thirty five ways, it becomes really a sort of n your face feeling that you know, that this baby is going to get born and the fifth c -able future in if will thinking archive of still another six five or six weeks to go maybe not physically documentary fixated on the eastern edge. Do you date that you've been given? It's really not Sajid. I it's simply I foresee wake eastern nation Jewish station date. So you had to to give birth to this baby anywhere between thirty super in forty two weeks. So anything before city ways, it's premature and everything anytime. After two weeks as light, but you could give birth anywhere between is I say, even a forty two weeks, and that won't be really be like, all right? So late seven look in my little than I've got vio-. Okay. Mic show. You know, who you want is your life is support. Make sure people are really they know that they need to start to be on call because frankly, you know, you could go into any state from this point on once when in twenty one before eighty seven wakes is general leverage, cultural issues. Eight new good make sure that if you do have any traditional cultural religious things that you would like as part of your label booth Percy's my surely, your midwife or obstetrician because there are some beautiful traditions. I have witnessed either, you know, a long time of helping babies arrive in this world. And I think my just wonderful little traditions that should continue. So that's absolutely fine. Just my way, buddy, noise and any other sort of pats. If you're with plan, you've already might some firm decisions about safe routes out your decision on vitamin k you decision fake saints vitamin k particularly of a great little podcast on. You're still not sure. So look it up. Okay. Once you get home, you'll price Neidl Kia, and once you get home, you need home how a K. So if you've got a bunch of people that could be vital in my recommendation is to spread the Lord of that. And make sure that they are not all hanging around -ment assigned time. So, you know, if you've got your partner who can take some time of work. They may be your mother, maybe a sister, go free in mother-in-law just spread them out over the spoil wakes. Nice to have somebody around all the time in the first week was sorry after they. Especially by the end of the secret, wait, mice mums as you want him Therence by some time alone again in so sometimes those home help people you may only want them three days away. You might say. Hi, you know, if you can pop it on Monday, Tuesday Wednesday or Monday Wednesday Friday or something, and you patent is going to be the mother dies. It's going to even you might wanna get your partner to spread via leave out on a part time basis. So still having you know, one say instead of having two solid weeks off at home to get maybe one way cough at home to keep that in the city's following wait say they were tuned to just Pat time something like that. It's it out. Things is make sure that you are aware of your choice of scientists symptoms of postnatal envisions signs and symptoms of depressive disorders, might sure you already line that with your Hymie apparel. Nature. Paper is to what pre labor little remedies that we re reach meaning that you are taking to make sure that your workers trying to your stupid says right really for going it ready for dilating and light up. So those are the main things I've got a bunch of other things I'll be going over in the long video. But make sure you've got ticked off your list, and they'll put you on a really good place. And I wish you all a lovely day. We hope you enjoyed this podcast today. Visit Kathy fry dot com. For lots more frame attune. Izzy information than downloads, plus you can order copies of Kathy's books browse through topped recommended motherhood products and check out his popular support package options. Kathy fray dot com.
"kathy" Discussed on Kathy Fray's MotherWise Podcasts
"Welcome to one of Kathy fries. Mother wise podcasts. Kathy is a best selling maternity author and award winning international maternity consultant during her time as a midwife she's caught hundreds of babies. So you're in good hands. Enjoy. Hello everybody could be here. And welcome to the sat Little Women today. Kevi be from otherwise. Now, I want to talk to you about Wynyard that sort of twenty nine to thirty one type weeks of gee stations and some of the things that you wanna be thinking about so just quickly going. I've is this for you, so physically maternal exercise, and we know that this really sound research showing that if you doing about one hundred and fifty minutes awake of moderate exercise sprayed-on around three to four days that bent week that reduces your chances of g station diabetes pregnancy. Jeez. Type attention pre-crime. Sick talk seem. Yeah. All by route forty percent, and it reduces depression, Byron seventy percent. So that's full. Oh, okay. Alba? Things optimal positioning if you baby go onto the website spinning babies dot com. It's fantastic. And it will teach you about what you going to want to be doing is the baby gets older because you really want that babies he'd to be facing down by the time. You get to sort of thirty four thirty five thirty six weeks. If you have a high BMI, then or any complications with your back. It would be a good idea to have some sort of consult with the Nathan just at the hospital so that or any kind of history of anesthesia problems so that in case you needed an epi driller, general anaesthetic, your high respect is already known about another thing here today. This getting all the benefits of breast feeding like seriously. There are just I could you listen to the of the reasons that we know exclusive briefs breastfeeding is so much healthier. For the baby as a baby and a child and now we showing it as an adult. So you wanna get really knowledgeable about that? Because you're going to need that kind of determination to how you possessed receding. It's not always an easy accomplishment and fake, mice times to be honest. It's not and it takes a good month to get their whole mother baby diet synchronicity going on really, well when you say oh woman just discreetly breastfeeding baby in public that is neither a brand new baby. So I'm really knowledgeable about this. Feeding get really knowledgeable about the signs and symptoms that your baby is an well though. So infect look he's my book, by the way, a baby, but to give you an idea low as some of the reasons why that you need to know what your baby is signs and symptoms around wellness. So you need to know that information. So that you can pick up on that some of the things that you want to be talking about two into understand more about with your midwife or obstetrician at the teachers that are gonna be down you and on baby. After the peace things, the at Gus schools on the baby and things that controlled of blading and your blood pressure after the baby is born. So all those important information to be. Familiar with this is also a really good time to get to organize. What your maternity brass system has got a bay get a really soft rapidly overnight when you're sleeping. It's always a good idea because you still need to put Bruce pets inside your bra because he will lake oh my swimmin- day, and it's offering waking up to which sheets and with ninety in things. So so haven't really soft maternity brother? You can use I've night, and there's some really cold lactation clothing around these days, cool tops. You can get as file for easy access to those breasts. Now, that's a really quick view. And I have a much longer one going into those topics on a lot more detail that you can get access to through my members only area, which is is almond that decided to invest in that essential bicycle private consulting with me, and it really costs. Somebody from like about ten dollars a week to get twenty seven x all my full life where it is and live cheering as my own line Cuny's. And so this looks more mation for you in podcast Sicher. So I wish you wanna wonderful wake and a wonderful pregnancy. I. We hope you enjoyed this podcast today. Visit Kathy fry dot com for lots more frame, itunes, e information and downloads. Plus, you can order copies of Kathy's books browse through topped recommended motherhood products and to count him popular support package options. Kathy fray dot com.
"kathy" Discussed on Kathy Fray's MotherWise Podcasts
"Welcome to one of Kathy. As mother wise podcasts. Kathy is abyss selling maternity author and award winning international maternity consultant during her time is amid will she's called hundreds of babies. So you're in good hands. Enjoy. Apart from your partner and your midwife. Do you need after labor support peace in Italy? Dery with you. Well, traditionally assisted as mothers, grandmothers and female friends have always surrounded women during childbirth providing tremendous encouraging support, but with the move to hospitalize deliveries from the nineteen twenties. The support was really taken over by hospital staff but half a century later hospitals realized that it really is quite elemental to thing emotionally, which strictly impacts physiologically that women do receive the support of people that they actually know during labor so has been spurned fighter to be present by although child with can create a major coal marital memory having your partner who is an experienced Charles booth present so doesn't necessarily provide all their woman needs during labor in some countries any extra life support prisoners employed. Shea is cold Dula, which seems from the Greek word for the most important female. L life of the woman souvent ancient Greek household. These days do has come to main trained female booth partner with assistant I- woman, that's experienced in childbirth. He provides continuous support to the mother emotionally and physically n v before during and after the delivery with constant advice and guidance and encouragement they will along side, the midwife obstetrician to eight the woman with non-medical nature in here and dollas have consistently been shown to significantly reduce the average length of lifers the same Dula thin teens to assist with the early days at Harlem, providing some emotional support. Breastfeeding tips and caring for the newborn either household tasks. I'm in in the US side. We had ninety percent of bits obstetric deliveries woman have teen to to employ to to try to quite an quite keep things normal in other countries site as a New Zealand, we're I'm from midwives are in charge of all spontaneous natural normal births and actions as well often the case in walkman -tations, and we bring in that we refer to out obstetric colleagues. Thanks, not normal. But anyway, getting back to you ate your situation. Look at the end of the day what we all need at chocolate is dedicated constant and steady one on one compansion, companionship, just devoid of all criticism. Way require in rely on non stop attentiveness to our needs by someone who will not take a Phoenix it being. UB think critical or you being aggressive during the and TNT stages sort of losing the plaza level. But there we can Nate continual physical Hanes on assistance. Sometimes is little is a hand to squeeze during the contraction peaks, we need someone is able to provide us with food and drink a help the office suggestions of different positions, perhaps to reduce the discomfort and constant emotional guidance. Encouraging us to relax to breathe to help us to avoid feeling overwhelmed. This Taisho loving in antibiotic attention from one k person other than the midwife came provide such huge sock logical support that it absolutely can significantly retraced requests for pine relief because life can frankly Bailey's painful, it is also bane repeatedly proven to reduce set average link of Leiper Richardson, Nate for a pac- awesome as an operative delivered to deliveries at improves the baby's condition in positively improve the empowerment of the mothers booth, experienced with out doubt. So if you choose your partner to be your breath assistant, they need -scribed. I'm, but they do need to know that during the light. But at is the job to give you confidence in physical comfort. You need adaptable. Life is support piece in. Having is just frankly extremely therapeutic. Some means don't think they will cope well with the experience of delivery because size mean might think that they could feel squeamish or or they could feel like they would crumble saying someone they love and pain. And so the numerous about how they can adequately support you and these concerns while they need to be respected because it is also possible for main tip believed tool Matarrese from childbirth. So if you don't fill your partner is to Hindle being your Dula. You think you might fall asleep in the Chia or you think he'll just constantly be popping out facilities or constantly take staying on his let's talk to doing some games while you know, I didn't just consider advising eight women of significance to join the terror of year. Often, it can be the woman's our mother or a sister or an experience close girlfriend, but whoever you chase Mike sure they have at least Rafer me arised themselves with the stages of labor and the best thing I could honestly say off his sleep. And my biased opinion is to get them. And all your base support people to read my labor and booth chapter of a baby. But he at an absolute minimum get them to read the free organic booth. Download that I that is available on my website. Some woman also do choose a teach the extra people such as extended family to be presented the booth. But what I would say is just starting in fi anyone that you think you could feel inhibited by or a Pearson that you would feel embarrassed to have an Iran if they were to say some of your raw emotions, and if they were to say some of your roar nudity. Sorry as a summary at some periods of an enormous late advantageous for the physiological prices have charges that you try to ensure you will have no negative energy present it the booth bay that somebody who is just not really engaged in the priciest crises or might be that just a worry wart, and they're gonna be stressed and anxious during your life. In other words, although the raw primal energy of light behaves stages that are noisy in anything. But peaceful sometimes oftentimes still try to pre pre Pierre a comforting booth environment that is calm and serene and tranquil it really really does have an unpaid. And by the way, if you want a comprehensive Ethan video photos tippy teiken off the light rental Afri, do not necessarily expect that your main labor support personal partner will be able to perform that Judy as well. They could be very busy with you. I'm sorry. What you need at the end of the day. What you don't need a labor is speak Titus. You unique people who are actively supporting it's not a spectator sport. And I'm having people just sitting around on their phones texting and playing games because there's more people in the room, then needs to be well, I guess it's absolutely fine. If you've got any PG role onboard, and you can carry on a regular conversation. Why he not you'll be property extend yourself, but if you are actually an strong spontaneous active light, but. Yourself literally, the this the that something you need is different than what you need in the room. And it's of depend on your situation and the outcome that you're really hitting four in the labour and booth experience that you're desiring. Hyphen? It's answered a few questions at giving you a little bit of guidance, and I have seen I've hundreds of booths all difference. He taps of support PayPal and sometimes occasionally noise support people so to put some planning into in invite the people that are really important for you. And that you want around in this most sacred day of your life. Okay. All the base Levin light. We hope you enjoyed this podcast today. Visit Kathy fry dot com for lots more framing Tennessee information than downloads. Plus, you can order copies of khakis books. Browse through her top recommended motherhood, products and checkout. 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"kathy" Discussed on Kathy Fray's MotherWise Podcasts
"Welcome to one of Kathy. As mother wise podcasts. Kathy is a bestselling maternity author and winning international maternity consultant during her time is amid while I she's called hundreds of babies, so you're in good hands. Enjoy. This is KP pray and welcome to this podcast on delayed cord limping. Now, I am a recent Yee's this idea his become a prevalent trend of women asking for the clamping and cutting of the baby's umbilical cord to delight until after it has stopped posting for the placenta is delivered an country and you Zealand delight cord clamping is power of a natural physiological booth thing off the placenta. And so it is supposed to be midwifery default might and the immediate clamping and cutting is for a managed delivery of the placenta in should only be done for women at risk off humored Jiang, or who I actively humor Jiang or because the night Nate's immediate recess. Assistant insistence needs to go to the resuscitative for c-pap suction, but often in reality, we do have some old school midwives in some. Lot of old school obstetricians who have a teen didn't say to go straight to the Minhaj vision Cussing in claiming the code very quickly using an oxytocin injection, even when there is absolutely nog indicating respecters so because of the woman has become a bit more proactive to intentionally request for the delay as pop of the Iran booth plane, but in my experience few moms really understand the science of what it is that the Raskin four now, we absolutely do know, they en- low birth weight or Preterm infants to lie in court, claiming his multiple health benefits and should be a significant priority and delight court claiming also appears to potentially benefit by these whose mothers hid low iron stores. So in other words, they hit lion in Nemea in the pregnancy towards the end how we have to say the jewelry is out a little as two with a loading up a full Tim, healthy normal, baby. With extra more read blood cells after build is truly all that being official. Use a dozen crease vibes on stools will. It's just because read blood cells contain on, but photinia nights at and hearing Lee born with a higher lebeau, all re blood cells, and I actually need is they transition from the low oxygen entry you to Rhine environment to the higher oxygen extreme you to Ryan environment. So that is why when babies refused is old they developed jaundice because the body's need to break down these excessive amounts of the red blood cells. So subsequently research shows that delaying cord clamping and a healthy full. Tim newborn does slightly increase the risk of fate newborn getting severe jaundice and the other health benefits that a talented hicfa tile you scientifically, I'm mostly hypothetical. So my recommendation is this with a low risk natural booth. When there was no Nate to immediately. Clint the cord then it should not be dumb because it's not part of normal physiological briefing of the placenta. However, if for any reason, the court does need to be immediately cut, then as appearance, please. Don't feel your babies missed out on some essential vital start to life. You may have actually saved him a little bit of fighter light therapy. To treat jaundice, so just allow it to be what ends up to be without even having recruit. We hope you enjoyed this podcast today. Visit Kathy fry dot com for lots more framing Tennessee information than downloads. Plus, you can order copies of Kathy's books. Browse through her top recommended motherhood, products and checkout. Hip hop Yetlis support package options, Kathy fray dot com.
"kathy" Discussed on Kathy Fray's MotherWise Podcasts
"Welcome to one of Kathy fries. Mother wise podcasts. Kathy is a best selling maternity author and award winning international maternity consultant during her time as a midwife she's caught hundreds of babies. So you're in good hands. Enjoy head. Hello. Hi, everybody could be a here from mother wise and welcome to this quick little five minute wave. A podcast depending on how you listen to it or watch yet. The topic today is getting to that point of being right at the beginning of your third trimester around that sorta twenty six twenty eight weeks, and what things should you be focusing on? What things should you be making show, you becoming aware and knowledgeable segue opinions out because I'm going to give you a quick quest. All right. So very fish -ly signs and symptoms of pre eclampsia. Now this teens to happen. More in the second half of the Trumpster by that can happen Ilia, and you really should know your signs in symptoms. Impre acclaim seeing it is bicyc- play the pre stage before eclampsia and eclampsia is having seizure. That's right. So we don't want a guy there. Absolutely not. And you know, it's not that long ago woman. And they phase it the woman and babies would dive claims yet because this was before we had envy hypertensive mutation. So yeah, you wanna be aware the symptoms. It says a serious disease of pregnancy. And generally from win somebody is diagnosed with it that baby is born with an about twelve days on everage, sometimes Ilia sometimes later because it's a real balance between getting the baby to the beast, g station longest g station possible. Without it becoming very dangerous for the woman and the Bibey supremecy is having high blood pressure with another dysfunction. So this pregnancy and juice type attention with another dysfunctional, which might make rano dysfunction or of a dysfunctional. Something else is going on. And and that is picked up through lead. Teast? There are some really distinct. Signs that you can have. So I have just going to run through them. So your ankle or fate swelling? That does not go down overnight. So it is really common to get puffy ankles and pregnancy, but when you wake up in the morning heavy being on horizontal, they should not be the Vistan, okay or swelling or popping to the hands on Nick Feis, basically the apple body when you getting puffiness, that's not logical. When you think of of the fact that you're this is above the heart. Okay. So it's quite logical the blood sort of a little polling in the lower extremities when you're pregnant just why he get his puffy ankles. But it's eligible to hit the the blood polling and upper extremities because gravity so that's a sign if you get lever pain, so they can be sort of apar-, bright quadrant. Pain up his lawyer. Rep. So around the back behind is reps is Val so lever pain, if you get he dives, particularly strong frontal, he thanks and in the other things visual disturbances of saying spots softens being blurring. So if you get any thoughts as you need more, the one if you get any ties diffusing that you need is a current blood pressure reading, and they is confirmed as Bank hypertensive, oh bordering on being hypertensive. Then the next step is flat TS to cheek if they is headman. So that is the main thing that I want you to be really really aware off and your third trimester onwards, the beginning for the things that he's your list. Get ready to write down the things you need to be making sure you're starting to be aware of and that would be fist of informed. Consent decisions that we're gonna pay a topics around your child with like that so viciously the third stage knowing. Difference between active and managed active delivery will manage building of the placenta the cord cutting who's doing there and knowing out what delayed quoting his about. When there is and isn't appropriate placenta with you wish to keep it to berry with your wishing to keep it to encapsulate with you want hospital to dispose about with the rubbish and vitamin k with your babies having not what the advantages, are it and vaccines hypnotise bait to bit Yalies Spacey. These things you need to you'll already know about if you hate those diseases yourself the hearing screen, which is often done around the world in different countries. When the baby is few days, also knowing what it is. It's painless by the way, they prefer to win the babies, and let's basically saying the drums bouncing back sound, so don't diagnosing the baby's different orders. Just to. Screen disease things looking like a normal. Then you've got the hit threes heel prick tasteful metabolic screen that stat on babies with eye not long born that is again into screening teast to check us very different metabolic disorders. They're all things that if you were to wait until that child had symptoms of disease. They damage is probably already done. So they're all things a really good thing to know very early on as early as possible within their AB may have that Pollock disorder. You also want to on your to-do list as now about the benefits of complementary therapies hang feeling about your booth fee. News location. And and that's it. Make sure you drink some chop is rating. Now, I'm going to be going on right now enduring Mino more longer fallings of the oh with our an a circle closed. Which is the mother wise master class eighty eight alma leagues here if you would like to join us at any stage, and you could always watch these we've been as the back into the library of the we've been asked as well. So I'm going to be joking about these topics because into a lot of detail. So I wish you all a wonderful wake and we shall see week. Hopefully, the time might be a little bit very week because I'm going to be a located in an area that's going to have poor and he was sick him. But I wish your wonderful week in Dow we'll catch you next time. Bye. We hope you enjoyed this podcast today. Visit Kathy fry dot com for lots more framing, Tennessee information downloads. Plus, you can order copies of Kathy's books. Browse through talked recommended motherhood products and to count hit popular support package options. Kathy fray dot com.
"kathy" Discussed on Kathy Fray's MotherWise Podcasts
"Welcome to one of Kathy fries. Mother wise podcasts. Kathy is a best selling maternity author and award winning international maternity consultant during her time as a midwife she's caught hundreds of babies. So you're in good hands. Enjoy. Hello, everybody. Hi. Welcome to another little weekly live a right big important topic today and data's. We knew have gone all Eva twenty wakes and you're not yet in the olive a half wife ice. What just so coal and women will often say oh halfway, and I think in reality for the whole Jenny of greatness say you could kind of the size of the mountains that weight climb. It's probably more realistic to side, it the fish twenty weeks as like a the food actually and in the seeking twenty weeks, the two-thirds of the Ginny because it's just a these a whole lot more going on and this in half of the pregnancy, especially, you know, once you get up to well beyond into they try me stay when he get past kind of detail. Aches and everything it's more lawn. But what I wanna talk to you about today is kind of things you need to be thinking about. And when you around that, you know, over twenty wait Zee Khana twenty two twenty three twenty four weeks somewhere in the end. Right. And I've got a little bit less. 'cause it's quite last our case our get a peanut pipe out. You might want to if you're not watching this live or guy bay lighter in what show listen to the podcast where you compose it to write some of these things down so things that you kinda want to be ticking off on your list at this time. But I think especially visiting you local with inter in hospital. If you got an upset this an option of we're a you either tonight that this is the time to guard have looked say Etem often, these places have tours. She chose in the hospitals or the based on cintas often sort of alleged discussion come in have look say, so this is a good time. They took Nate often hopefully already to end ready to skate going very soon on your anti Naito. Classes is regular prenatally -cation. Sorry. What else do I think you should? I thank you should be really starting to not out in your own starting tonight. Add a bit of a pain of what's gonna happen in the postnatal period with regards to particularly things like your family support cheeks visitors going to be coming around to situa- with the establishment of breastfeeding ledge and understanding why babies crying and body. Sign language and learning more about infant sleep, biolo-, J all sort of stuff is governed. 'cause maybe this as a whole new job, and you need to data back job before you're right there in the drink. Just I'm my God. I don't know what I'm doing and I'm completely sleep deprived. And this baby for more than an hour a two weeks end here. Egypt. I wanna go down. This is the time to. Starting to dental this information because later in your pregnancy. You just got probably stat feel really tired. I also I would include in that list breath, fading gills leading to understand the at in science of breastfeeding. Will it side the ads of responding in the science of lactation probably a more appropriate at white to describe them because it is a Sohn's in it as an ad frigging. A legally the start to understand as such a new Nevada to go online. What you listening to, you know, well, in my opinion, getting my own IB, both faint taste, you know, opening guide to to understanding. Now. The other thing is okay. Make sure that you've had a conversation with your bit support Kim manages that you'll midwife obstetrician. Who is I'm shipping now explaining to your signs in sim? Jumps all of things like gee stationed diabetes signs of pre. Clemson tuxedo, yet signs of Preterm light back all these signs and symptoms. Ossete trick complications usu- now be getting very areso off. Okay. Plus interruption, premature rupture of membranes all these things. You should be knowing about now because you know, by the time you've got a twenty four twenty five twenty six week on board baby. Really which one twenty do. They you've got a full on labor going on in you need to understand what you signs and symptoms of are. So there's an main things that I want to. And also, this is the time Aranda back that sort of twenty four twenty five twenty six weeks as being it's very common that you'll be needing some new seats of bloods and quitting to station. Diabetes screens or diagnostic testing. And again, or your kicker by obstetrician midwest should be expanding that fully to you. Now, these live women as here on this vice books, I just my little many ones, just little ideas. And I will give you the link to come through to our four my four women as where I go into this information law more detail and also it's an opportunity to for people to ask questions tote. So anyway, I heart. It's a nice little overview with the things that you should really be focusing on when you in twenty twenty three twenty four kind of wakes station in nephew lady unless you are. Awesome. Wait, everybody. We hope you enjoyed this podcast today. Visit Kathy fry dot com. For lots more frame itunes information than downloads. Plus, you can order copies of Kathy's books browse through top recommended motherhood products and check out his popular support package options. Kathy fray dot com.
"kathy" Discussed on Kathy Fray's MotherWise Podcasts
"Welcome to one of Kathy fries. Mother wise podcasts. Kathy is a best selling maternity author and award winning international maternity consultant during her time as a midwife she's caught hundreds of babies. So you're in good hands. Enjoy. Hi, everybody can be very here. What I wanna talk to you today about is an Neta me scans actually a couple of topics. Let's mention that your around about that fifteen sixteen weeks Jay station. One of the things that you need to know in. I would say these two things that would be really good to bike a priority. And it is one getting booked for an understanding the Natalie's scan which I'll come back to. And then the second thing is getting booked in understanding what you're getting booked an for for you want anti-nato classes your child with education, prenatal, postnatal, education, classes that all done in that pure prenatal, period. And now officially with regards to intimately -cational child is education. People will call it sometimes anti-nato classes that. Go buy lots of different names. Malls, lots of different things. But basically what you want to do is make sure that you do get booked in because they can vote and the you kinda feel a little but stuff that you don't hit exists today to information. I want you to or Cyrenaica that these very general classes and the covering over a wide demographic so pleased ever imagine in your wildest dreams. That's all you need, you know, a few evenings of a group class in you, good go, and that's all you need. Now. I don't really believe it is at all not even close to it. Think of is like a little tiny weeny introduction. So this is how much you need to know. By the time. A big wide circle of mation you need to know by the time by arrived with your contraction and a little tiny weeny circle in the middle is what those first classes will give you. So it's up to you. This is the most important job that ever. Going to be taking on the role of a woman giving birth the role of purity looking after a new con man, you need to go and study for this you do commonly threes college university to to get just an entry level position and many Curry's. Of course, you need to go and get information to live a he gonna be doing and the more bitter getting so anal with it that it sort of driving nuts, and you're not really enjoying the prices. So you need to get wise case Asom quite books yourself, a multiple different classes, get online with waving a stop just like this dislike may in fact property preaching to the convicted of you're listening to us today. It's wonderful. Now, the other thing I wanted to could explain today's at the Neta me scan. Now, there is done at usually around eighteen to twenty eight and its purpose is to shake they by these night to me. So we thinking, you know, what? Wanted to make sure they two kidneys ibn for changes to the hat that sort of thing that's being cheat. Okay. This is not telling you your baby has a pro Sino abnormality. It's a visual in Nashville check of the structure of the baby. Generally, the earliest system is around eighteen weeks because you know, even they knew out looking at a very tiny human being and the hell they managed to see what they manage these Sinaga physician talented radiography goodness. Even I don't understand. It's like amazing what looking through these layers and layers of adipose tissue yet, they managed to work it out if you can hold off your excitement in white to new crisis to twenty weeks. It's beta you've got a bigger baby. This more to be able to see it's helpful, particularly if you're larger woman, but of course, anatomy scandal such can be done any J station. It's just that around that eighteen nineteen twenty weeks is released. That we can logically start to see a lot of things. Now, they could also be when they soon our fate may tell you what the six of the baby is, but it's not the purpose of the scam. So I would think that we're gonna go live on with the extended vision of the we've been today, I'm going to be talking also about baby safety that's infancy PM, but because a quote, -ment USA, complementary alternative medicines. Breastfeeding opt the WHO beef HI's criteria GT's at sixteen weights that EMC a struck tastes that we can do as well. So a lot of other things I'm going to cover off on the wrong extended vision, which is power feet, mother wise, masterclass gripes, so will make sure that we put up the Lincoln man, if you want to subscribe to that. And otherwise, I wish you all the mice wonderful rest of your day and receive your week. See you bye. We hope you enjoyed this podcast today. Visit Kathy fry dot com for lots more framing Tennessee information than downloads. Plus, you can order copies of Kathy's books browse through top recommended motherhood products and to count him popular support package options. Kathy fray dot com.
"kathy" Discussed on Kathy Fray's MotherWise Podcasts
"Welcome to one of Kathy fries. Mother wise podcasts. Kathy is a best selling maternity author and award winning international maturity consultant during her time as a midwife she's caught hundreds of babies, so you're in good hands. Enjoy. How everybody kept the hia? I wanted to talk to you today. At 'bout camera things that you might not realize regarding information that you should be euro. When you I'm pregnant sorry did three things I wanted to quickly about obstetric history and what to eight sorry, two quite different things. But anyway, I thought you'd find this useful facially when you step find out that you I especially for the very first time, and you're going to be talking to your midwife or obstetrician it'll really important that you explained to them or you find out your family has strayed obstetric Lii. And from the nights speaks of a bummer cephlon list was don't get it. Then basically the thanks that really good for your key about to know about as we got. History. Family all premature bids rate SIA g station diabetes, and they protectively in Anatolia Cole or to Nita EDNA melodies that anybody's reform with because some of those affect Balil some of them can be common family, particularly things like helped to splash out with the babies unstable hips, so innovate to make sure you know them because particularly things Cypriot Campsie. You know, if you've got a really strong family history that you're obstruction will met my might decide that as a really good idea that you're also like espinha might maybe some calcium at the beginning of your pregnancy before your plan seem to implants, we know that they can help reduce it. Yes. So just I know you pay me history. Other thing that I wanted to just quickly spying? Some of the misnomers about eating what you can't eight. Okay, short. The mine thing that you're trying to do when you read them is not gate food poisoning, his kind of a so when people cite you, you know, you shouldn't eat shellfish. And you shouldn't eat breathe. Jeez. And you shouldn't ham and all of this. What's about its merge poisoning? It's basically what you're doing. You are wanting to weekday on counts. Because poising when you preach. It can have a ref devastating outcomes. Said that's why he trying to avoid so it Maine's. It's not have eat sushi is econ- aid sachet that's being sitting around, you know, hours in a on a shelf and the lights and you differently county role us like raw, salmon like sushi. Oh harm with beautifully coat rush. That's fraiche. And you know, reached Ables I mean. Sure. That's what we talking about. Right. Is that you want to avoid sued poisoning. So that's the two things that I wanted to mention today. Now, I'm going to be going into more detail both of these in my fold overcast, which is out of my membership of the NS sickle otherwise masterpass. So pulling capi on hey, you can join if you want and yet we would love to touch review because he's more permission. I wanna talk about going to back urinary tract infections improvement say Carre on Cam. But some playing emilsson Tesis end. Yes are few bits and pieces. But anyway, I wish you all a wonderful. We still wait at heart. This was ios. And got my wave side loads of free stuff. There is about. All right. Love you catch you later. We hope you enjoyed this podcast today. Visit Kathy fry dot com. For lots more frame itunes information than downloads. Plus, you can order copies of Kathy's books browse through top recommended motherhood products and to count him popular support package options. Kathy fray dot com.
"kathy" Discussed on Kathy Fray's MotherWise Podcasts
"Welcome to one of Kathy. As mother wise podcasts. Kathy is a best selling maternity author and would winning international maternity consultant during her time as a midwife she's called hundreds of babies. So you're in good hands. Enjoy. My name is Kevi fray and welcome to the mother wise muster class podcasts, my background. I'm a senior midwife trained in New Zealand, and that's of significance because New Zealand is renowned as having the based maternity house cases on the planet and one I spent nearly a decade is a twenty four seven on Calment wife at looking after a wide range of women. Generally, speaking about half of them had pre existing medical conditions and typically were older mothers to be first time round. So they were complicated complex woman medically in a lot of situations yet, even then they still a chief to ninety five percent vaginal birthright from their labors. And that is significant and so can you or right? So being be selling office since two thousand five my book obey baby weight, big FEC almost five hundred page book, which is really the going to your singing. Of your pregnancy in the right through that. I hear with the baby in it lives on your coffee table as your reference your go-to for the year and my swim team to just call it the baby bible. Okay. So I am the managing director for mother 'wise resources products hooves is so these loads of stuff you'll find on my website, dubbed up Kanthi freight dot com. Free stuff there that you can access and other paid stuff you might wanna Xs. Well, I'm also the founding director of the m co global summits on integrative maternity health hit, and they we will say produce ain't medical journal for integrative medicine people who specialize with maternal in the NATO wellbeing. And there's lied to by the sort of woods and staff received on the way that I won't bore you with these days what I do tend to allot is private one on one consultation service. Obviously, my time is quite limited on that is how many women I can take onto the case law. But I do that internationally. And it's an absolute joy. I just it's my passionate pile of Juneau's one on ones. But I love looking after everybody and spreading his much information as I can which is why would do the podcasts to help impel woman with the information that they need to make some really great decisions along the way. In fact, I really do get up every morning teach mothers to be across the world, some of the most comprehensive chart with education, they can possibly get hold off. So that they in the baby and department get the absolute based mice enjoyable stat to the families. Now, I understand that if you are newly pregnant while chances I really at that stage where you're researching what is the information that I need to know that I don't even know that I need to know. And that Sydney me where I come in with these podcasts can be so helpful in. I understand that you need to feel comfortable with the decisions that you're going to be making a long list, dooney and. Suit me. I'd like to be out to help you with that comfortable that you're making the right decisions for your in the right decisions for your baby. I know that you probably want to win anything feel that you'll baby is safe. You're Ambon baby. And wants his is safe in it sudenly out top priority is and I know that you want to feel like you're going to be successful mother that you'll succeed with exclusively. Breastfeeding the us succeed with having a baby who sleeps while and that you won't get postnatal depression because you'll enjoy what you're doing. And it's all about what we want to help. You was as well. And I know that you probably want to feel it caught some control over what's going on. And the you can express your individuality as the not being told what to do. And that's what this is all about I want you to have the most beautifully extraordinary birth experience and motherhood experience that you can possibly imagine. So welcome to catch phrase. Mother wise must've. Class podcast. We hope you enjoyed this podcast today. Visit Kathy fry dot com for lots more framing Tennessee information than downloads. Plus, you can order copies of khakis books. Browse through had talked recommended motherhood products and check out hit popular support package options. Kathy fray dot com.
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"kathy" Discussed on WTRH
"To our conversation with kathy hike kathy i'm on i'm asking you several questions just because i want to learn a little bit more about you understand and i know that at truly entrusting your life to god is not just the easiest thing for you but that's why i wanted to know when you were growing up on did you feel significant are insignificant are you saying like in terms of god no it really more like a like uh in your own life that he had a puncture not did you feel significant are insignificant many meaning like how are you treated um the it did your father or mother uh to they treat you as you had significance insignificance oh definitely h indefinitely on a treat me like i had significant haircut okay and then the third area i want to ask did you feel secure are insecure i will i have to say i spoke to cure a when i was with them um you know uh of cave when you said rely okay but but but why oh i'm particle not not well i just wanted to know was there something on a something apart from them that made you feel less secure or insecure oh no i ever hold on i can remember um i never was horrible a a lifestyle no i with owing more comfortable on like when i had the other way around mmm we'll see you said to me the last time we topped the other day you said i've always had anxiety anxiety is uneasy feeling it's like this for a boding fear what m a trying to go back to find out what caused that anxiety that fear for it's a restlessness it's it's something that nobody wants to have one have it so what there had to be a cause so what was the cause ah yes of that anxiety was there someone who did something to you that was wrong that um i'm a minute be very blunt here there are times when someone.