A letter for two.

Koala and Bebe, You know, I have this memory from when my second brother (your local uncle) was born. I was six months younger than you, Koala. I don't remember much about my mama being pregnant - I'm sure you will though - but I do remember the mixed feelings at having my grandparents over,... Continue Reading →

Fifty-Two Frames: Self Protrait

It's a period when you're never alone, your identity is not that of a single person. That makes it difficult to recognize yourself and be yourself - for a limited time. There is another soul inside you, and even your most intimate moments are shared. You're not who you were and you'll never be who... Continue Reading →

Something to tell you…

For months I wanted to tell them. "Get into bed guys, and I'll tell you a סוד." Especially Koala. I so enjoy sharing secrets with him... trivial whispers or major life developments. They stood at the edge of Bebe's bed; she was nearly collapsed from exhaustion. "You know how some of our friends had babies... Continue Reading →

Where was your daughter born?

So while initially, after giving birth to my daughter, I was asked very often 'where did you give birth?' that question has definitely waned in the last 15 months. It just becomes the sort of question doctors ask you at initial check ups, I guess. And so, oddly, despite everything, I kinda forgot where my... Continue Reading →

New Israeli home birth restrictions delayed.

An update on the Israeli home birth restrictions situation: Health Ministry delaying delivery of new restrictions on at-home births The health ministry has yet to complete its labor on a new policy restricting home births. Responding to public criticism which followed Haaretz's recent disclosure of the new restrictive guidelines, the ministry's medical authority has decided to... Continue Reading →

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