Natural Childbirth Education Class Series
“When a pregnant woman has, or rediscovers trust in herself and her body, and receives the utmost respectful care and support, birth becomes a wonderful experience; not only because of the birth of the baby, but because of the immense love and power that she is able to feel.”
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Space is limited to 5 couples to insure an intimate setting and be comfortable in the space. You must RSVP. To reserve a spot please call 561-808-3142
Interesting info I shared in this month's Newsletter.
Newborn Hats. So it seems that in almost every birth picture you see the newborn babies with those cute little hats... It is even a part of the adorable newborn first outfits... They have them at every hospital and the newborn nurses always insist on putting them on... but... are they really necessary? And could they even be harmful? The answers may surprise you: http://modernalternativepregnancy.com/2013/09/06/take-it-off-why-you-should-drop-your-newborns-hat/#
Natural Birth Tip:
The epidural. It is not only about having a natural birth, it is about understanding the risks and benefits of the epidural. Sometimes it is very helpful but other times it causes more problems. Here is a link to an article tells you what you need to know about the epidural: http://www.bellybelly.com.au/birth/epidural-during-labour/
Secure attachments. We all love our children, we all want to create a secure attachment with them, so why is it that according to this study 40% of children lack secure attachments??? Could it be that our "modern" way of living and doing things is removing us more and more from listening to our intuition and what we know to be right...???
I would bet none of my clients lack secure attachments! It is my priority! That is why you will rarely, if ever, see me in a pic holding a just born baby, because that baby belongs with his mommy! They have enough interruption as it is... Plus I educate them on the importance of skin to skin, breastfeeding, night time parenting, safe co-sleeping, and baby wearing... all things that can be done in the early stages to help create a secure attachment. Here is an article that shares the study and what things can be done in order to help create a secure attachment: http://www.bellybelly.com.au/parenting/study-children-lacking-secure-attachments/
If you want to be included in the monthly Newsletter please email me your contact info to: Zeresh at a loving birth dot com (in email address format).