Unless otherwise noted, most of our classes and workshops are now in person at Blue Heron Midwives 105-30 Dupont St E in Waterloo. Covid safety measures are in place so we can learn together as safely as possible.

Jane Hammond

Jane Hammond is an RN based in Kitchener-Waterloo. Though her main specialization is cardiac care, in her spare time she loves to expand her reach as a nurse by educating on health and wellness through writing. She especially loves writing things that are helpful for mothers, as she has two kids of her own. When she’s not zapping hearts back into a normal rhythm or writing on her laptop, you can find her pushing her double stroller around uptown Waterloo, baking, or watching the Great British Bake Off.

Recovering from the Heartbreak of Miscarriage

The first thing to know if you’ve had a miscarriage is that it was not your fault. Often when things like this happen, our first response is to try to figure out why. Unfortunately, it’s often impossible to know why a miscarriage has happened. It can be helpful to understand that miscarriages are extremely common – some estimates say 10-20 % of known pregnancies end in miscarriage.