Posts Categorized: Childbirth Education

What Is It Like When My Water Breaks?

What is it like when my water breaks?

What is it like when my water breaks? If you are pregnant, you have probably started to wonder what it is like when your water breaks. And if you have ever watched television or movie depictions of birth, you may have some very firm ideas about what happens when your water breaks. Maybe it looks… Read more »

Childbirth Education Helps Lower Cesarean Section Rates

cesarean rates lowered with childbirth education

Childbirth Education Helps Lower Cesarean Section Rates At Birth Boot Camp we love being a part your life as you prepare to welcome a new baby into the world. There are many things we strive to teach in our comprehensive childbirth education classes. From nutrition and exercise for mom, to common tests and procedures, to… Read more »

Postpartum Afterpains

Postpartum Afterpains

Postpartum afterpains Many first time mothers have never even heard of them, and some won’t even notice the cramping sensation known as afterpains. Occurring after the delivery of the child, afterpains consist of postpartum cramping that is felt (or not noticed) after delivery of a baby and continues for a few days. Especially noticeable during… Read more »

What It Means To Be A Birth Boot Camp Instructor

What is involved in being a Birth Boot Camp instructor.

We can’t even express how much we appreciate our 120+ instructors. From those joining us now, to that first group who took a chance with a new company, they are amazing, dedicated and intelligent women who strive every day to make birth better for women and their partners. Today we share a post from one… Read more »

5 Secrets to Breastfeeding Success

5 Secrets To Breastfeeding Success

5 Secrets to Breastfeeding Success We have all heard about breastfeeding and the benefits it can have for baby. There are posters in hospitals and waiting rooms and WIC offices. Yet when it comes down to actually breastfeeding exclusively for the recommended six months (and six more after solids are started), success rates are low…. Read more »