Tag Archive: Choices

“So Seamless” – Choosing to Birth at Home

We opened this year’s season of Healthy Birth Workshops with a full room of first and second time parents-to-be, gathered to learn more about home birth. While some were already planning to give birth at home, many more were there with questions, wondering whether home […]

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Lessons in Childbirth Education

Thank you again to Milon Nagi – writer, blogger, workshop facilitator and overall awesome volunteer for Choices in Childbirth! At our latest Healthy Birth Choices workshop, three sets of new parents shared their experience of Childbirth Education and spoke of how their classes prepared them […]

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Choosing a Home Birth

Thank you to Milon Nagi, member of Choices in Childbirth’s volunteer Program Committee, who writes about last month’s free Healthy Birth Workshop. The next workshop Comfort Measures/Coping Mechanisms is Thursday, February 16th. Click here to register. “There was Ricki Lake, up on the screen. Naked!” […]

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NEW- Find a Mother-Friendly Provider Near You!

Announcing: The Guide to a Healthy Birth Online Provider Network New at ChoicesinChildbirth.org This week Choices in Childbirth, in partnership with several of our sister organizations, launched an online, national, fully searchable database of Mother-Friendly Providers. This online Provider Network will serve as a companion […]

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Don’t Forget – Men and Birth event on Monday!

Are you an expectant father or partner preparing for the birth of your child? Come hear new parents share their stories about what worked and what didn’t work as they massaged, encouraged, fed, timed, navigated hospitals/birth centers/home, witnessed the birth of their child, and survived […]

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Birth in the Media

Thinking about the recent GRITtv interview, “The Other Side of Choice: Giving Birth in America” brings about another important and seldom talked about issue in childbirth advocacy: Birth in the Media.

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