Brood Letter

Brood Letter 10 | Doing it for the Dads

Brood Letter 10 | Doing it for the Dads

Whether you’re celebrating a dad you parent alongside (special shout out to Pat, Brad and all the Brood daddios!), an influential father-figure, remembering someone you’ve lost or honoring how you father yourself – cheers.

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Brood Letter 09 | Doulas as Mothers (as Doulas)

Brood Letter 09 | Doulas as Mothers (as Doulas)

It’s that one day a year when mothers everywhere rejoice at getting what they really want and need (read: sarcasm!). Okay, okay I know some parents really do love the adorable burnt-toast-breakfast-in-bed, the handmade cards, the brunch with the mother-in-law, or the two hours off to get their nails done in peace.

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Brood Letter 06 | It’s a Family Affair

Brood Letter 06 | It’s a Family Affair

At Brood we celebrate the complexities of family—especially with the shifting priorities of care—as we enter different phases of our lives. We celebrate the fact that not all families are born into each other, but webbed and woven over a lifetime.

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Brood Letter 04 | New Year, New Baby?!

Brood Letter 04 | New Year, New Baby?!

It’s been a big, busy, influenza-filled fall (with a dash of hand, foot and mouth, and maybe a little tummy bug or three?). That time of year in between the Halloween candy craze, giving thanks and deciding when to dig out the decorations.

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Brood Letter 02 | Normalizing Loss & Finding Joy

Brood Letter 02 | Normalizing Loss & Finding Joy

The unspoken rationale here is that the grief of miscarriage is one that parents should carry alone, in private. Brood’s doula Ashley Jardine writes about the need to normalize pregnancy loss and give parents the space and support to be witnessed. It’s something every parent deserves throughout their journey.

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