Give Away for Moms

On 14 May 2009 , tags: fertility, pregnancy 5 Comments

Calling all moms and moms-to-be! This is an invitation to share the experience(s) you had as you tried to conceive and during pregnancy. Bringing a new life into the world can be such a joy and there are so many things that a woman goes through to get there. I would love to hear anything you can share that may help ...

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FREE Cloth Diaper Party

On 12 May 2009 , tags: children, life 1 Comments

You're Invited To A Cloth Diaper Party Thursday May 21st 6:30-8:00pm 2313 Carleton Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76107 Hosted By Stephanie Carruth RSVP by May 19th at 731-8981 All products brought to you by: Hip Green Baby What to know more about cloth diapers but are overwhelmed by what you see online? Confused on all the different types of diapers? Or, do you just want to see what it is all ...

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A Day in a Mother's Life

On 10 May 2009 , tags: mothering 3 Comments

Happy Mother's Day to all mother's! In honor of Mother's Day, I would like to hear your stories. Comment on one of your most memorable days or experiences as a mother. Can't wait to hear from you and thanks for taking the time to share!

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What's going on "down there"?

On 08 May 2009 , tags: fertility, health, pregnancy 0 Comments

If you chart your cycle or know your body well, you may have questions when you see bleeding besides your period, have painful cramping, or are trying to become pregnant. What does it all mean? Ovulation spotting is defined as a very light bleeding that may accompany ovulation - though it is rather uncommon fertility indicator and can be easily missed (even ...

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Natural Childbirth Advocate in Spokane, WA

On 07 May 2009 , tags: birth, life, pregnancy 0 Comments

My husband's cousin, Tine, lives in Spokane. She has had two natural births, one in San Fransisco and one in Spokane. She has a new website/blog that advocates natural childbirth in her area. She is also an incredible graphic designer. Check out her website!

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Track Your Cycle

On 06 May 2009 , tags: fertility, health, pregnancy 0 Comments

Pregnancy achievement can be a touchy subject for some women who long to have a baby and expand their family. Some women have difficulty becoming pregnant while others seem very fertile. I have been using the "Fertility Awareness Method" to track my fertility for a few years. If you are having difficulty becoming pregnant, I believe this is the first ...

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Preparing for a Healthy Pregnancy

On 29 April 2009 , tags: health, pregnancy 0 Comments

There are many things you can and should do to prepare your body to have a healthy pregnancy. This can and should start several months or even years before trying to conceive. Some of these sound like no-brainers, but you would be surprised at what I see pregnant women do because of the lack of knowledge they have about ...

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Breastfeeding Polls

On 28 April 2009 , tags: breastfeeding 3 Comments

Many books have been written about it and there is so much information out there about it. However, as an industrialized country, the USA does not rank highly in breastfeeding. Third world countries, who do not have the access too books, lactation consultants, and all the education, are ranking higher in their efforts to breastfeed. Hmmm... The previous breastfeeding poll didn't ...

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Epidurals: The Tip of the Iceberg

On 27 April 2009 , tags: birth, pregnancy 2 Comments

Recently in my reading, I have come across many alarming statistics, but one in particular stuck out. From Birthing from Within by Pam England and Rob Horowitz "It is a popular myth that epidural medication doesn't get to the baby. Epidural anesthetics do cross the placental barrier. Anesthetic levels in the baby's blood have been found to be as high as one-third of the ...

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Take the Polls

On 25 April 2009 , tags: etc… 0 Comments

If you haven't taken my poll, please do! I want your ideas and opinions on circumcision, breastfeeding, and your birth place preference. See the right column for the polls and thanks for taking!

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