Happy mom, naturally Thanks so much for the positive, beautiful article about this woman and the natural birth community here in Seattle...
Thanks so much for the positive, beautiful article about this woman and the natural birth community here in Seattle. So many articles have been written about us with such a negative (read: these women are psycho!) position. I had my two beautiful boys at home here in Seattle and have yet to meet a more welcoming community here in the city I’ve lived in for over 15 years. The last three paragraphs are so true! It almost makes me want to have another, but not quite!
Thanks again. If you ever end up doing another story on natural birth and want someone to ask questions of I would love to share, and . . . I’m not crazy!
— Denise Schwend, mom of boys, ages 10 and 4
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