My Birthy Amazon Wish List
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My Birthy Amazon Wish List

My Birthy Amazon Wishlist

When I first heard about Amazon, it was mostly being used as a way for people to buy slightly used textbooks at huge discounts compared to the prices that college bookstores were offering them at.  When my sister helped me shop for the textbooks needed for midwifery school, Amazon was probably the place that we got the majority of my textbooks.  Amazon has become a Mecca of so much more in the last 15 years though. You can find almost anything under the sun on there.  When I was furnishing and decorating my office, I found many things that I wanted/needed on Amazon.  I purchase many of the supplies for encapsulating placentas on Amazon.  Everything from disposable face masks to dehydrators to jars to hold the capsules in are found there.

I don’t know about you, but I keep a running wish list on Amazon.   I try to limit how many books I buy otherwise they would take over my house, so books that I am interested in for some time in the future get put on that list.  Things for the house that I don’t necessarily need right away or may want for the future one day go on that list.  On that list, I also have birth related things that I may want to try out or books that I will eventually add to the Comforts of Home lending library that my clients have unlimited access to.

My Top Ten Birthy Wish List

  1. Yoga and Exercise Bench

Yoga Exercise Bench

Awhile ago, I saw some midwives mention using this particular bench as a birth stool.  My current birth stool is metal pipes with a pool noodle seat.  While it is not super comfortable, it does do the job.  This one is more cushioned, so it appears more comfortable.  It has the added advantage that it folds up which would make it easier for transporting in my car than my current birth stool.  For information on birth stools, see my previous Tools of the Trade post.

 

 

 

2. Midwifery Bracelet

I do love pretty midwifery or birth related jewelry.  I have a few necklaces, but no bracelets.

Midwifery Bracelet

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3. Uterus Plushie

My Amazon Birthy Wish List

Isn’t he adorable?  This guy is from I Heart Guts.  They also make an ovary, placenta, and sperm.  Besides being super cute, I think they would be a fun addition to my kids’ area at the office.

 

 

 

 

 

 

4. Midwifery Bags

I am always on the lookout for how to carry my birth supplies in a more efficient manner.  This bag looks like a great way to hold my stuff and I love the pretty purple color. My Birthy Amazon Wish List

 

 

 

 

 

5. Banner Frame

My Birthy Amazon Wish ListI am a vendor at a couple of events per year.  Over the years, I have drastically improved my presentation.  No more science project board with pictures glued to it.  I ordered banners a couple of years ago.  My vertical placenta encapsulation banner has a nice stand.  My original idea for how to display the horizontal midwifery banner did not work out like how I intended.  Now I need to get a new stand for it.

 

 

 

 

 

6 – 10.  Book

Because Amazon is known for purchasing inexpensive books, of course I have tons of birth/pregnancy related books on there.  These are some of the more recent to get added.

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Conclusion:

What is on your Amazon wish list?  Do you have anything birth, pregnancy, or baby related?  Are any of them books?

 

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Mercy Eizenga LM, CPM

Mercy Eizenga LM, CPM is the head midwife and owner of Comforts of Home Midwifery. Mercy was first exposed to homebirth when she witnessed the birth of her little brother at the age of 7. Her interest in natural childbirth grew with the birth of her first child and then attending Bradley Natural Childbirth classes with a friend a year and a half later. Attending her first birth as a doula verified that she was called to be a midwife. Mercy attended the Association of Texas Midwives Training Program and completed an apprenticeship with what is now the Corpus Christi Birth Center. She holds a Texas state license, is listed with the state of Oklahoma, and holds her Certified Professional Midwife with the North American Registry of Midwives.

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