You have a choice before you. You can participate in the awesome responsibility of decision making for you and your baby’s care during pregnancy, labor and birth, or allow routines and standards to determine your care.
Choosing a care provider and choosing a birth setting (the two usually go hand in hand) are two of the most important decisions you’ll make while you’re pregnant.
Are you worrying about something that you put in your body before you knew you were pregnant? The long list of “pregnancy don’ts” isn’t meant to scare expectant mothers.
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The first trimester of pregnancy can be rough. From the moment you find out you're pregnant (whether it's at 4 weeks or 10 weeks), you'll likely run through a rollercoaster of emotions and thoughts. Even a pregnancy that is planned and anticipated has a way of rocking your world! So for all you mama