Saturday, March 21, 2009


Here are some links to blog posts I've enjoyed reading, these past few weeks:

Adventures in Diapering: 10 Baby Items I Love and 10 Baby Items I Can Live Without.

I second the recommendations for the Robeez, the framed backpack, and the Graco Booster Seat from personal experience. The bibs look they would have been great. In the "live without" post, I also second the experience of going straight from breastfeeding to cup-drinking, starting at around four or five months. I know that's not for everyone, but for those of us who don't need our babies to take bottles, and whose babies really don't want bottles, it can be a good strategy!


Nicole at Bellies & Babies had several posts introducing super-cool birth stuff: Bloomin' Belly Soaps, BlessingWay Beads, necklaces and artwork.

If you're wondering what a BlessingWay is, Nicole also wrote a post recently about the origins of BlessingWays and how to plan one.


Gloria Lemay wrote an excellent post called "Ways to Save Millions of Tax Dollars in Obstetrics" that I really enjoyed. What would happen, indeed?


Kathy at Woman to Woman Childbirth Education has written a number of terrific blog posts lately, my favorite being "Seedlings" - partially because, I too, am starting my seedlings and am so excited for spring weather (it will come - it does every year!).

I also really enjoyed her post on why someone might choose unmedicated childbirth, "What About These People?" and her post that offers a different perspective on "'Losing It' in Birth".

Happy reading!

Christina @ Birthing Your Baby
Independent Childbirth Classes for Central Maine
New Mothers Support Circle
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Blogger Morgan said...

It's great to find other ladies who have blogs about birth! There are TONS of blogs about babies and people that have given birth, but not as many that actually get into helpfull stuff about birth.

Your blog is one that I've found to be helpfull and informative about birth. Thanks for sharing other great reads!

March 22, 2009 at 12:21 AM  

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