Childbirth Education Doll: Ida Faye Baskin

This is Ida Faye Baskin
…and her baby boy.

As you can see, he was born in a beautiful and easy homebirth.

Her midwives have requested no photography, because, until very recently, midwife attended homebirth has not been legal in her home state of Rhode Island.

But Ida Faye knows that it the



way for her and her to welcome her baby into the world.

The only way to give birth in a truly natural way. 


Thankyou to all the wonderful midwives who continue to take the risks to support our ability to birth naturally!

If you are a hospital midwife, obstetrician or other childbirth professional, please visit my etsy site to purchase a mama doll.

If you own a homebirth midwifery practice and would like your very own Mama Doll, please contact me through my etsy site I offer a considerable discount for homebirth midwives.


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  1. #1 by Anonymous on February 25, 2008 - 9:25 pm

    This is fantastic! I’m printing a copy to show to my circle of mamas and (mostly homebirthed) kids when we meet for our dinner potluck/crochet circle/play date tonight.

  2. #2 by Anonymous on March 1, 2008 - 5:30 pm

    love it! bonus that you grossed out the child free people!

  3. #3 by cynthia on March 31, 2014 - 12:20 am

    thanks a lot, Sharon, for this pattern. well made, easy to follow, and a so awesome result! i put a link for your blog from mine:

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