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Why I (Your OB) Push the Epidural

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This is what a vbac high looks like! From Ashley Taylor Birthwithoutfear

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Tip for nursing - if your baby's hands are clenched tight they aren't done nursing yet! Also, best blog I think I've ever read on childbirth!-- has tons of stuff krb

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5 Hospital Procedures That Ruin Your Birth

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♥ Dr. Sears!

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American Government poster promoting breastfeeding (1938)

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Go ahead. Tell her to cover up. I'll wait over here. #badassbreastfeeding

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Discrete breastfeeding hats for your little one...haha

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how squatting helps

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Both twins breech.  Birthed vaginally.  No epidural, not episiotomy, no tears, no forceps.  Just my babies and my body.  They knew what to do.

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Natural Childbirth and Mothering Groups

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Stem cells in breastmilk may be the thing that so thoroughly distinguishes mother's milk from formula. A mother's mammary glands take over from her placenta to guide infant development once her child is born.

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your body knows!

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DIY baby sling

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Delayed cord clamping and stem cells...I prefer going with the age-old natural process of letting these potent stem cells plant themselves in the baby as a last gift at birth, to grow within and carry out the purposes for which they were designed. Cutting edge science is just beginning to appreciate and understand the true value of this gift.

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When you hear someone say “I would have died if I had a homebirth” or “my baby would have died” please remember that these are very emotionally charged declarations. Yes, tragic outcomes do occur in any setting despite the best possible care. However, in many hospital births, it is unnecessary interventions that have caused the complications that women and babies suffer from. (The CDC has estimated that half of maternal deaths are preventable).

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The next child will be a nerd from the start

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Why you should stop doing kegels

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The access to natural birth is not just a feminist issue. It is not just a woman's issue. It is a human rights issue. Whatever we "want" is not necessarily best for our baby. In fact, it might not even be best for us.

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Kristen Harvey

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