On Monday, September 3rd, 2012 – Labor Day – Improving Birth hosted a nationwide Rally for Change. The goal? To raise awareness about the unnecessarily high cesarean and induction rates, promote informed consent and birth options, and rally for evidence based care. Birth matters, birth is safe, and we can do better.
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Wow, I can’t believe I hadn’t done this already! I made one of these images for Ryan when I was like 2 months pregnant, lol. It just popped into my head yesterday so I finally found a website (morphthing.com), uploaded pictures of me and Steve, and waited 20 minutes for my “Morph Thing,” also known as our baby
Keep Reading what will our baby girl look like?
Last August I posted about costs of a homebirth, but it was still pretty early on in our pregnancy so I used estimates. Now that we’re ready to go any day now (baby, where are you?!), I thought I’d update the prices for those of you curious about paying for a homebirth with a
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Well, it appears that babycenter.com automatically moves you over from the weekly pregnancy information to the newborn information when you hit your due date. Ummm… still pregnant over here, thankyouverymuch.
Ya know, I hated saying what my due date was. When people asked, I always said “mid-February.” Why? Because due dates
Keep Reading happy due date to me! pregnancy: week 40
I was going through really old posts – back to my very first post ever from when we found out we were pregnant with Ryan. While I searching and reminiscing, I found a post I had written about “10 icky symptoms,” haha. Here they are:
1. Discharge 2. Gas and bloating 3. Bleeding gums 4. Constipation
Keep Reading pregnancy symptoms: the GOOD ones
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^coolest picture ever. (from the visual md)
Same old stuff, different day. Not much exciting going on at this point, she’s just gaining more weight and getting more cramped. She’s probably somewhere around 7 pounds and about 20 inches long. A mini watermelon.
Keep Reading Pregnancy week 39: birth day poll!