It began simply by reading the medical literature myself so I could more confidently explain the risks and benefits to parents. However, when I read the literature, I realized that the purported benefits simply didn't make sense and the risks were not ethically acceptable.
There is this fallacy out there that to have a natural birth you must be outside of the hospital. I hate this, and not just because my first birth (and first natural birth) was in a wonderful hospital. I dislike this idea because all by
Well, I certainly hope my kids don't need a perfect mother, because they definitely don't have one. Despite my frequent and overpowering guilt over my imperfect parenting, I am starting to believe (hope...) that it is actually a GOOD thing that my children have
I wrote a post once titled “10 Things You Don’t Need For A New Baby.” It inspired hatred and laughter (not from the same people) and I am sure that this will be no different. There is a possibility that at the ripe age
People often think that half the fun of having children is actually... making them. But in reality, for many of us, we first have to CONVINCE dad that another baby is a good idea. You can find countless ideas online about announcing your pregnancy,