Sweet Peas, Pods & Papas: All About Birth, B@@bs & Babies
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BIO: I am the mother of two beautiful
girls and have a baby on the way! My husband Andrew is an incredible father, he
is my best friend and number one fan!
We are officially on our babymoon! We welcomed our daughter on October 1, 2011 ~ you can read about here is her birth story! I want to thank fellow birth worker, Rachel Davis, for writing today's post so we can continue to snuggle and adore our sweet baby girl! Click herefor Tuesday's post on Sibling Preparation
Picture Books for Siblings
By Rachel Davis
On his second birthday our son, Jacob,
learned that he would be a big brother!
As we prepared for the arrival of our second child we explored many
picture books about birth and new babies.
We are officially on our babymoon - we welcomed our daughter
Angélicaon Saturday morning. More about her birth story will follow soon! In the meantime, I want to thank my fellow Bradley Method®Instructor, Rachel Davis, AAHCC for providing today's blog post.
Rachel Davis, AAHCC is the mother of two joyful children, a son
born naturally in the hospital and a daughter born in the water at home. She is also a Bradley Method® instructor and
birth doula in downtown Phoenix.
Argh! I feel
like a working-out-of the home person again!! Since yesterday was a holiday and we didn’t do schoolwork, I
am working like today is Monday and I have one more day to write…the joke is on
We are actively working on preparing our kiddos (ages 6, 4 and 2) for our
homebirth since we are at 35 weeks now.
Here are some of the things we are doing:
1. We are
watching birth videos with them at night so that they have an idea what it
might look like, sound like and how we are going to work together to have the baby.
On Tuesday we looked at the dollars and cents/sense of
starting or growing a family (read more
). Today I am
going to offer some considerations to continue the conversation on growing your
How did you/ do you get along with your siblings? Did you like your family dynamics growing
up? How about your partner? What was their childhood experience?
This is a good place to start when you and your partner are
talking about “when” should you start trying to have another baby.