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Microsoft Clipart Is attending a childbirth education class worth your time? Is it worth the money? Will classes really do anything to improve your experience or make birthing your baby any easier? What kind of classes are best? I must preface … Continue reading
Giving birth is the ultimate creative experience; no one can accurately predict the totality of the experience of your child’s birth. Your attitude about giving birth will have a powerful impact on your experience. It is natural to be fearful … Continue reading
It is no secret that the word best describing the experience most women have during the hard work of labor is “pain”. Many of the media portrayals of childbirth, as with quite a few of the stories we hear from others, show … Continue reading
It is very common in the birthing culture of the United States for a large amount of women to choose epidural anesthesia as the primary form of pain relief in normal labor and birth. The Listening to Mothers Survey II reports … Continue reading
There are so many things to consider when preparing for your baby’s birthday, it can be somewhat overwhelming as exciting as it is. You pack your bag for the hospital or birth center trying to remember everything you will need … Continue reading