Once upon a time, the hallmark of Lamaze chidbirth education was "breathing" (hee, hoo, hee, hoo). Over the years, Lamaze has evolved into a comprehensive approach to childbirth, part of which are comfort measures for labor; breathing is one of the suggested comfort measures.
I discovered an article yesterday that lists the top three things labor and delivery nurses wish that women knew about childbirth (compiled from a poll created by the Perinatal Advisory Council).
Today's post is a guest post interview with Ann Romero, a new mom and staff member at Lamaze International. She shares her experience with taking a Lamaze childbirth education class as a new mom-to-be
Most know that I really got involved with Lamaze when I decided I wanted to become a childbirth educator. I started getting involved with the childbirth community when I was young -- 19 to be exact --
[caption id="attachment_919" align="alignright" width="216" caption="Kate at 33 Weeks"][/caption]Kate, blogger at This Place Is Now a Home, writes about her experience and surprising reaction to atten