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Please come to our Blessingway this weekend!  We have one of my favorite mamas sharing her positive hospital birth story.  You might remember my post about Emily.  She’s the one smiling through her contractions.  And, her doctor is joining us as our special guest. 

Dr. Keith Stafford will do something really daring.  He’s letting us grill him on all the things we’ve ever wanted to ask about obstetrics, pediatrics, and family medicine.  So come with your questions.

Blessingways are held monthly at Earth Fare on Pelham Rd. from 2pm-4pm, always on the 4th Saturday.  It is an informal group with babies and toddlers crawling about.  Dads, friends, grandmothers–all are welcome.  The purpose of this event is to offer positive birth stories and to provide mindful information to new and expectant families.  We encourage *experienced* families to also attend so that they may share their wisdom with new couples. 

The event is free and light refreshments are served.  There is always a small treat for each expectant woman who attends. 

See you there!

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  2. I bet this one will be interesting. Jordan, Suzi and I are coming and bringing my mom (thanks for the suggestion). I think it’ll further reassure her about our upcoming homebirth 🙂 Thanks so much for doing these, we love them.

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  3. Wow! You are such an amazing mom! Your little ones are so lucky to have you. Hope the blessingway went well on Saturday. I hate the we could not be there.

    ps. Mastitis is gone!!! Thank goodness for pumps 🙂

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