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How to find a midwife and doula, in the pursuit of a more natural childbirth experience: How to become more informed about your options, and look ... with anticipation and trust in yourself. Paperback – 7 April 2012
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Petra Ortiz was born and raised in Texas but spends time in various parts of Washington state as well. She is a mother to 5 boys, including fraternal twins, all of which she chose to have a Midwife present. She enjoys writing about subjects like nature, alternative therapies, and other health and wellness issues. Her main website teaches people ways to promote their product or service utilizing the internet (especially for those who are ill, injured or unable to work). She is lefthanded, and enjoys painting and reading. Although she is physically challenged, she would like to learn how to play golf, and how to play the drums.
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Extremely Helpful and Informative GuideReviewed in the United States on 23 October 2012
If you are thinking of giving birth naturally and are looking to get some information about the process then you really need to check out this book. It begins by covering natural birth and what it entails and what your midwife will be doing and goes on to what to expect, the needs of the mother, and even has a helpful chapter for new dads. The book is highly informative and each chapter is very descriptive and gives you a lot of information. Best of all after reading this book you will be informed about every detail of the process and feel confident and ready for the road ahead. Highly recommended.
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