Monday, May 26th, 2008

My Childbirth Research

by Kristen Suzanne in Uncategorized

Currently, I’m reading: Ina May’s Guide To Childbirth, by Ina May Gaskin

I wrote recently about researching my options with respect to having a baby because it’s something we’re going to be
working on in the not-so-distant future. Hence, I’m researching everything involved. I just finished reading Good Nights, which discusses co-sleeping, and is something we’ll be doing (Pierce Brosnan does it, along with many other stars). I think after anyone does research on this topic they’ll quickly find how wonderful this is for both parents and baby. Seriously, great stuff in that book.

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Ina May’s Guide To Childbirth…I’m excited to read this book because it promises to be filled with loads of terrific information. I want to share one of the impressive endorsements on the back of her book: “Simply put, midwife Ina May Gaskin is the most important person in maternity care in North America, bar none. As a reproductive scientist as well as a medical practitioner, I can assure readers that everything Ina May presents in this book is based on the best scientific evidence. This book should be read by every woman who is having or may someday have a baby, and by every midwife, nurse, doula, childbirth educator, and doctor who assists or may someday assist these women through their maternity experience.” – Marsden Wagner, M.D., M.S., former Director of Women’s and Children’s Health, World Health Organization. Impressive, huh?

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