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  • Re: my exciting 3rd home waterbirth-- midwife didn't make it in time!

    Bappygirl, I'm glad you said that, because I don't think I realized it until you pointed it out, but I *am* still high from her birth!  She turned 6 mo old a few days ago! Eadunne, it's interesting that you felt the same way, about finding out baby's gender being anti-climactic.  After I've shared this story, several ...
    Posted to Waterbirth (Forum) by MrsPianoMan on 05-09-2009
  • my exciting 3rd home waterbirth-- midwife didn't make it in time!

    Copied & pasted from my blog. My home waterbirth story, Nov. 2008. I'm new to this community & hope this is the appropriate forum to post this. *************************************************   As strange as it may seem, I keep using the phrases “wild and crazy” and “an adventure” when I tell ...
    Posted to Waterbirth (Forum) by MrsPianoMan on 05-01-2009
  • Re: What are dental students taught about breastfeeding?

    It's frustrating.  I encountered the same problem at our pediatric dentist's office last fall when he asked whether my then-2-y.o. son was still nursing, sucking thumb, using paci, etc.  I told him truthfully that DS was still nursing, and since I suspected that he would say something about it, I had brought with me printouts ...
    Posted to Breastfeeding (Forum) by MrsPianoMan on 05-01-2009
  • Re: LLL against homebirth?

    Hi all.  New to this forum.  I'm a LLL leader & 3x homebirther.  This response sounds accurate to me-- separate hats & all.  LLL officially states that unmedicated birth w/ active participation from the mother help get breastfeeding off to the best start, but at LLL functions, we are required to stick to only ...
    Posted to Midwife Chat (Forum) by MrsPianoMan on 05-01-2009
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