I was recently at a Lactation Conference where one of the speakers presented this fabulous information, about 9 instinctive stages that every baby goes through immediately after birth. I was so blown away by the video, as I see get the privilege of seeing this on a daily basis, that I had to write a blog about it. To read about these very important stages visit the below link.
Added by Danielle Gauss on October 18, 2011 at 11:21am — No Comments
The March of Dimes has issued a new campaign stating the importance of staying pregnant until at least 39 weeks as your baby's brain is still rapidly maturing. Below is an article written with the newest information and facts about the importance of staying pregnant until 39 weeks to get the best overall health for you and your baby
What is a Birth Center?
Birth centers offer a low-tech, comfortable place for childbirth that's safer than having your baby at home if problems arise. If you choose an accredited birth center, you'll be cared for by licensed professionals, usually a midwife and a nurse, with a backup hospital nearby and a doctor on call in case of an emergency.
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