This is a story about a father born in Canada and a mother from Honduras, who choose a mountain, a wood and an ancient forefather's house in Uscerno (community of Montegallo - southern Le Marche) as a place to live and grow their family.
Nothing extraordinary thus far, but for the fact that they leave city to become lumberjacks, they choose to live with the bare minimum, and give birth to their children by the method of Lothus Birth, at home.
Lotus Birth is the less traumatic way to start life: the umbilical cord does not need to be removed and the newborn stays connected with placenta. Few days after the birth the cord comes off naturally from baby's navel. The separation takes place when baby and placenta have really and physiologically end their rapport. [...]