By April HollowayIt’s not just about the maternity ward.
The way that the ward is designed, and how you carry it, has a profound impact on your personal comfort and how others see you.
When you go into the maternity wards, the wardrobe is a huge part of what you’re wearing.
It’s there, tucked away in the corner, and you can take it off when you need to.
There’s an expectation that the wardrobe is important to the ward, but not that it should be the most important part of your ward.
This was a very different story in the 1970s, when the first maternity ward in Canada was built.
The wardrobe was created to help manage the growing number of babies, and its importance had to be understood.
“We had a lot of people who were very stressed, because of all the new mothers,” says Margaret Dufresne, who was the chief medical officer of the time.
“They were very worried about their maternity ward.”
There were also worries about the effect of new mothers on the health of their newborns.
A number of studies found that the number of new babies born in the maternity unit dropped after new mothers left the ward.
So, the women of the hospital were trying to figure out what the effect was of maternity leave.
“I think it was very clear at the time, the first thing we had to do was to have a maternity ward,” Dufre says.
She knew that the first-born babies needed their mothers to be there to nurse and care for them.
So she made sure that when she arrived, all the nurses had a maternity wardrobe in their car.
This was important, because it gave the nurses the option of carrying maternity clothing on their person.
“We had to go to the hospital and we had this wardrobe,” she says.
“It was important that we had that wardrobe, because we needed to get rid of all that stuff that was just on the ward.”
The ward was one of the first hospitals to have access to a laundry facility, which was later installed in the hospital.
“The wardrobe is a big part of that ward, so we were trying, we were putting on a lot more clothing,” Dafresne says.
The first ward opened in January 1976 and had a total capacity of 8,200 people.
It was a massive undertaking, and was so large that it needed to be run by a different kind of person.
“That person was a nurse, who had a very strong vision and a strong vision for the ward,” she recalls.
“She didn’t want to make things too complicated for anyone else, so she wanted to work very, very hard to make sure that everybody was happy and had access to that ward.”
In the first three years, the nurses were encouraged to wear skirts and skirts, which were made from cotton and wool.
That meant that if they were in a position where they were having trouble finding pants or jackets, they had to have them made in the ward or they’d have to wear a pair of white ones.
Dufresn says that this was also one of those times that maternity clothing became an obsession for the staff.
“The nursing staff were always looking for things to wear, and it was quite an important part,” she said.
When she came into the hospital, the staff were wearing skirts, and they wanted skirts.
They were always asking for skirts, because they knew that if you wear skirts in the office, you’re going to get an attitude, so you need it, too.
Dafresn had to decide what to do about skirts.
She decided that she wanted skirts, but she wanted the nurses to wear the skirts that they were told to wear.
It didn’t matter whether the nurses wore skirts or not, it was just that they had a wardrobe that was important to them.
“You can’t just tell them, ‘Don’t wear that, you’ve got to have it,'” she says, “because it’s very personal.”
It was also important to get the nurses out of their pajamas and into their ward clothes.
They had to wear their ward clothing, but they had skirts that were made for them, and skirts that weren’t made for the nurses.
They would also wear dresses, which had to fit the warders clothes.
This led to a situation where the nurses would be dressing up in hospital ward clothes, and the nurses weren’t allowed to go into their pamas.
This became a problem for the hospital because it was a major expense for the nursing staff.
When Dafre was looking at how to deal with the situation, she decided that a wardrobe was going to have to be part of the solution.
“I decided that if we wanted the ward clothes to fit into the ward and not just be a thing that we put on our ward, that we needed a wardrobe,” Dalfresne