i havnt even moved into the new place yet and i've already planned three parties. one for quasi-easter-thanks-for-helping-us-move-i
also im beginning to plan two gardens, what are you planting in yours & when are you planting it?
here is a great article written for the BBC News in the UK. it describes the big changes that obstetrics has undergone in the last 50 years. i think sometimes we can all get really discouraged and angry with how the model is set up right now, how women and children are not at the center, etc. but i think we've come a long way. don't get me wrong, i think we still have a long way to go, but im glad women are conscience of what is happening to them during pregnancy, labor, and delivery. i mean most women of out great grandmothers/grandmothers generations delivered their babies via "removal" with forceps while the mother was under twilight sedation. anyways, interesting article to read one family's history. thanks melissa for the link