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Finally… a birth video for Dads…

Posted by Sandra on September 29, 2008

I implore more parents to be proactive during this most wonderful time in yours and your infant’s life.

Beyond that, I even implore those who can to stay out of the hospitals altogether and contact a midwife organization and have that baby safe and sound right at home – where it should be.  Calm, quiet, loving, wonderful. 



I want to thank Naomi for bringing this video to my attention.  I love your blog!!!


2 Responses to “Finally… a birth video for Dads…”

  1. Cara said

    Thanks so much for your comment! I actually had my son in a birthing center with a midwife 14 months ago, and I am just now seeing this film! To hear of the statistical facts just absolutely BLEW my mind!! And of course, I was bawling each time they showed a birth!

    I watched your video for fathers, and if you don’t mind, I will have to steal that video to share as well. You are also more than welcome to the link to the documentary, as it was my entire intention to pass on and spread the awareness for a calm, natural birth!

    Thank you so much again for your comment and support!

  2. Sandra said

    Steal away! Naomi always has great info, I stole it from her… 😉 Yeah, I dug that movie, I wish they’d make it mandatory for all doctors, nurses, and prospective parents to watch. Awesome!

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