Swine Flu Vaccine Has Led to Miscarriage

On 28 November 2009 , tags: health, life, parenting 2 Comments

Vaccinations can be a difficult topic, especially among moms and moms-to-be. There are very strong opinions out there and who's to tell another mother, no matter what her choice is, that she is endangering her child? Each one believes she is protecting her child. About eleven years ago, I first heard about the controversies of vaccinating. Until then, I didn't understand ...

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FuzziBunz Giveaway

On 07 November 2009 , tags: children, etc… 0 Comments

Blog readers - thanks for hanging in there with the giveaways until I get back to research and blogging on pregnancy and birth related topics. Until then, click here for a cloth diaper giveaway! There are so many reasons for cloth diapering. It is better for the environment and your baby! Tine, at Bloom Spokane, just wrote a fantastic article on ...

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Onesie Wonderland Winner

On 04 November 2009 , tags: etc… 1 Comments

Congratulations to ANNE C! She is the winner of the very cute and fashionable onesie from Onesie Wonderland! Thanks again to Karilyn for her adorable contribution to my celebration giveaway!

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Celebration Giveaway!

On 27 October 2009 , tags: children, etc… 35 Comments

I would like to thank all of my readers and followers. Many of you know of my story of losing a baby to an ectopic pregnancy and trying to conceive once again. If you have not read it and are interested, the link is at the top right of this blog. This week, I would like to offer a ...

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A Sign in a Doctor's Office

On 20 October 2009 , tags: birth, health, pregnancy 4 Comments

*I just reread this post. It made no sense. I was a bit under the weather. It is fixed now! This sign is up at a obstetrician's office in Provo, UT. The physicians seem to get mixed reviews from the research I have done on them. They either love the practice or really dislike it. Overall, I get the feeling they ...

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Another Giveaway - Gift Card to Whole Foods

On 15 October 2009 , tags: etc… 0 Comments

Check out Dr. Cindy Haggerton's blog. She is a local chiropractor and has a giveaway for a gift card to Whole Foods!

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"Laugh and Learn" DVD Set Giveaway

On 13 October 2009 0 Comments

Jump on over to Bliss Tree for a great giveaway!

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Tea For Two

On 12 October 2009 , tags: health, life 3 Comments

I love Organic Traditional Medicinal teas! They have a wonderful line of teas that support health and wellness. I would like to share a few that I recommend for women's health, pregnancy, and breastfeeding. Organic Raspberry Leaf tea supports the female system. It aids in healthy menstruation as well as tones the uterus. Many traditional healers will recommend raspberry leaf to women ...

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Delayed Cord Clamping

On 07 October 2009 , tags: birth 6 Comments

Delayed cord clamping is waiting until the cord stops pulsing to clamp and cut it. In my research, I have been finding that delayed cord clamping is helpful to the baby and provides the baby with healthy placental blood. At a recent birth, I was taken back when a doctor made a very negative comment about delayed cord clamping saying "I ...

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Your Birth People

On 02 October 2009 , tags: birth, health, pregnancy 1 Comments

Pregnant? Now what? Whether you know it or not, your birth can be dramatically different depending on the caregiver you choose and place you decide to birth. Will you pick an OB or Certified Nurse Midwife and have you baby at the hospital? Or perhaps you would like to have your baby at home with a direct-entry midwife and a doula ...

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