Pregnancy, for most women lasts from 37-42 weeks, and while that seemslike a long time, it really is not. In that time, couples/familiesbecome very involved in preparing for the birth, and I can't help butwonder if families prepare enough... Click Here to read more...Comments Welcome! -TevaSee More
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Hello everyone,I am currently doing a blog on breastfeeding awareness, and I need some help! I'd love for you to email me some short snippets of how comments or attitudes affected your breastfeeding relationship with your baby. These can be positive or negative snippets, and you may tell further what resulted from the comments. I'm also posting pictures of moms proudly breastfeeding their babies. No names will be included in the photos, but your first name will be used for the stories (Example:…See More
In response to the news story from Tampa, Florida, in which nursing mother, Melissa Taylor was told that breastfeeding was inappropriate in the lobby ofher daughter’s school, I will be writing a blog about BreastfeedingAwareness.I need your participation!!! What I am asking from you, is that you help me to write a fully informative blog about breastfeeding awareness, to help break the stigma. I need stories (positive ornegative), of how you’ve been impacted by society’s views of nursingyour…See More
I am thrilled announce that a blog entry that I submitted to Mamapedia has been chosen and will be featured on May 12 (Wednesday). Please check out my blog in advance: http://mygentlebirthing.wordpress.comLog on to Mamapedia on May 12 to see read what is written and comment. Comments are always welcome.-Teva Dellabalma, HBCESee More
Have you been curious about malpositioned and breech babies? My GentleBirthing has blogged about malpositioned babies and how to help themturn without invasive medical procedures. Please read. http://mygentlebirthing.wordpress.comEnjoy, and if you have any questions, please feel free to contact me!-Teva Dellabalma, HBCESee More
My Gentle Birthing's blog is handing the topic choice over to its readers. Obviously, a blogger's audience is extremely important, and so, I am asking what my readers want me to address in the birthing realm. Visit the blog and leave a comment. I look forward to reading what everyone has to say, and answering the questions in blog format. http://mygentlebirthing.wordpress.com-Teva See More
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I am a mom to a beautiful daughter who is three years old, she is the love and joy of my life. I am also a devoted, passionate HypnoBirthing Childbirth Educator and toLabor Doula (working toward my certification) in Fayetteville, NC. I enjoy teaching, supporting and educating other families, and helping them to achieve their gentle birthing goals. I have my bachelor's degree in Social Work, and I have coupled the skills I learned with the philosophy of HypnoBirthing. I am so grateful to have the opportunity to do what I love in life.
What is your blogging philosophy?
My philosophy is that women should be informed of their rights as birthing mothers. Their families should also be involved, my blog is devoted to conveying that message, and to allowing families to join me in my journey of learning more about the community of Fayetteville.
Hi there. Time is precious to us all, I know. But, if you're a petite woman & would love to read great articles about the best things that come in small packages or even know someone also that would ~ come on over for a visit and stay a spell ... we'd love to have you.
Welcome to WBC and hi from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York. My blog offers light, witty articles on every topic imaginable and was created over a year ago. I truly designed my blog simply for the joy of sharing info. and never expected it to take off the way it has. I also never thought of adding a Followers section until now and because of all the awesome blogs listed here, I'd love to offer my readers the opportunity of connecting with you as well. So please ... come on over and see me some time. Hope you enjoyed your weekend.
Hi and welcome to MBC. My name is Anita. I love your site, i wish I had taken a hynobirthing class before having my daughter, im sure it would have helped. Hope your having a great week so far. Feel free to tweet at me anytime at twitter.com/itsasweething.
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