Below are a variety of articles and links for further education, information and sometimes entertainment. Please be careful what you allow into your mind and heart during this time. You can find anything on the internet. Read judiciously.
You will quickly learn that as a mama-to-be (and then also as a mama) "googling" can be a tight downward spiral into conflicting information, horror stories, and mommy-blogging rants. Do yourself and the wee baby inside of you a favor - don't fall into this rabbit hole. Educating yourself is important though. Below is a list of some fantastic books that I highly recommend. Some of the titles are linked to where you can purchase them on Amazon but I am not getting any kick bac
Due Date Calendar http://www.yourduedate.com/ Evidence Based Birth: Current evidence based information regarding pregnancy and birth http://evidencebasedbirth.com/blog-topics/ Preparing Siblings http://www.phdinparenting.com/blog/2011/3/23/preparing-an-older-sibling-for-a-new-birth.html Code Name Mama: blog about preparing siblings http://codenamemama.com/2011/09/25/prepare-children-childbirth/ Spinning Babies: Easier birth with fetal positioning http://spinningbabies
Evidence Based Birth: Home Birth http://evidencebasedbirth.com/what-is-home-birth/ Aviva Romm, MD: An MD, CPM and herbalist http://avivaromm.com/?s=home+birth Midwives Alliance of North America: landmark home birth study http://mana.org/research-1 Midwifery Today Home Birth Article http://www.midwiferytoday.com/articles/homebirthchoice.asp The Most Scientific Birth is Often the Least Technological http://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2012/03/the-most-scientific-birth-is-