Call the Midwife
by Amy M.
Yesterday I mentioned how much I love Call the Midwife, a British show currently airing on PBS. Set in the 1950s, the show follows a group of nuns and midwives as they assist working-class families in London’s East End. It’s a fascinating peek into a world before epidurals, ultrasounds, and routine inductions and c-sections. What makes the show outstanding, however, are the characters and their stories. It’s a nice mixture of seriousness and lightheartedness, and I cry tears of happiness or despair by the end of every single episode. I daresay it will pack an emotional punch regardless of whether you’ve given birth or not. Check it out! And then call me straightaway so we can discuss it:)
And here’s another pic from Mother’s Day weekend. This is right before Eliza’s usual bedtime, so she’s looking quite sleepy.