The following is a guest post from Denise Pelky, an infant teacher for the University of Michigan. Denise helped to start the infant program two years ago. She has a BS in Early Childhood Education.
Imagine you are sitting in your care provider's office, and next to the scary "universal pain chart" with the not-so-happy faces getting progressively more distressed and discolored, is this chart:
Beginning in the womb, your child becomes used to your touch. The swishing of the amniotic fluid and your gentle movements sway your child toward the warmth of your body.
Today's post is the second in this week's series devoted to pregnancy and disabilities. Giving Birth with Confidence is contributing these posts as part of the Bloggers Unite event, People First: Empowering People with Disabilities.
Check it out: Giving Birth with Confidence is appearing in a guest blog post on Nature Moms Blog! Nature Moms Blog provides information about natural and green living as it relates to raising a family