Fantastic news! Ricki Lake’s site MyBestBirth.com is featuring an article I wrote specifically for the site. If you are a regular reader of Dagmar’s momsense, you know how passionate I feel about natural birth and breastfeeding, so this is very exiting to me.
“Reading informative, well-written, thought-provoking articles about birth and breastfeeding like The Huffington Post’s Melissa Bartick’s Peaceful Revolution: Motherhood and the $13 Billion Guilt always inspires me to write about my natural birth and breastfeeding experience. In her article, Melissa tells us two stories: one of the ideal birth and breastfeeding scenario and one of the kind most U.S. women end up with — with a C-section and breastfeeding not much longer than 41% of mothers who wean before three months. . .” (read more)
Update: One of the bloggers I admire the most for her passion about natural birth and breastfeeding, for being Superwoman, and for her excellent, in-depth articles, The Feminist Breeder, just mentioned this post in her latest post: Why I Won’t Leave My Births Up to Chance. Gina, I’m so honored — this means a lot to me.
If you are interested in getting or sharing information about pregnancy, birth, and motherhood, MyBestBirth is a great community to get involved in. Need some support? You will find it there.