Monthly Archives: November 2013

What is Mother-Friendly Care?

Mother-Friendly is short for the Mother-Friendly Childbirth Initiative (MFCI).  There are 10 steps, which an institution or care provider must take in order to be considered “mother-friendly”.  .  They are very specific and some steps are harder to achieve than others.  Do not just assume that your care provider is Mother-Friendly.  Ask them.  These steps… Read more »

The Rh Factor & Your Pregnancy

Rhesus (Rh) incompatibility is a pregnancy topic that is very near and dear to my heart, since my blood type is Rh negative and my husband’s is Rh positive.  My midwife discussed it with us early in my pregnancy, and I spent a lot of time researching it on my own.

Birth Boot Camp Wins Best Childbirth Class Award

Last year, we were honored to be named the #1 Childbirth Class in DFW (Dallas/Fort Worth) by Fort Worth Child magazine. We have been nominated again this year and would be honored to have you vote for us! Just follow the link below to cast your vote. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/BFMB14

Natural Birth FAQ for Families

Sometimes, when preparing for a natural birth, the people most worried about everything are not even the ones giving birth but their concerned family members.  Birth is a big deal and trepidation, questions, even unease, is normal.  Here are some answers to frequently asked questions posed by those whose loved ones are preparing for a… Read more »

Circumcision: Basic Facts (Guest Post by Rachael Heiner)

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Circumcision: Basic Facts Every parent should know the basic facts about circumcision. It’s one of THOSE issues, hot button topics that really hit on people’s nerves and conversations get really heated, really fast. When I first began researching circumcision during my first pregnancy, I found that it was very difficult.  It seemed like everything I… Read more »