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by Jackie Facciolo,Wendy Ponte,Peggy O'Mara

Download Mothering Magazine's Having a Baby, Naturally: The Mothering Magazine Guide to Pregnancy and Childbirth eBook
ISBN:
0743439635
Author:
Jackie Facciolo,Wendy Ponte,Peggy O'Mara
Category:
Medicine
Language:
English
Publisher:
Atria Books; Original edition (August 5, 2003)
Pages:
368 pages
EPUB book:
1367 kb
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1752 kb
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1628 kb
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Rating:
4.1
Votes:
597


Having a Baby, Naturally is a celebration of childbirth and an accurate and objective guide to helping women fortify . I first and foremost want to thank Wendy Ponte for her hard work, dedication, rigor and kind friendship during the writing of this book.

Having a Baby, Naturally is a celebration of childbirth and an accurate and objective guide to helping women fortify their spirits, develop trust in their bodies, and make the best possible choices to protect their new baby's health. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. My special gratitude to the hardworking staff ofMothering, who tolerated my absences from the office.

A dynamic speaker, she has lectured and conducted workshops on natural family topics in conjunction with organizations such as the Omega Institute, Esalen, La Leche League International, Lamaze International, and Bioneers.

Start by marking Mothering Magazine's Having a Baby, Naturally: The .

Start by marking Mothering Magazine's Having a Baby, Naturally: The Mothering Magazine Guide to Pregnancy and Childbirth as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Finally, a book for the thinking woman who believes in her own inherent capacity to make smart, informed decisions about her pregnancy and birth, just as she makes in other areas of her life. Having a Baby, Naturally is a celebration of childbirth and an accurate and objective guide to helping women fortify their spirits, develop trust in their bodies, and make the best possible choices to protect their new baby's health. how did I never know that Mothering Magazine has a pregnancy book?? Now I need to get pregnant again just so I can read this. Book also has several herbal recipes for massage oils and Should be titled "the hippy guide to childbirth". Perhaps I misunderstood the title. I was looking for information on unmedicated (ie - "natural") birthing, but there was not much information in the book about this topic.

A comprehensive guide to safe and natural childbirth explains the full range of conventional and alternative options as recommended by leading health organizations, covering such topics as prenatal . Ponte, Wendy; Mothering.

A comprehensive guide to safe and natural childbirth explains the full range of conventional and alternative options as recommended by leading health organizations, covering such topics as prenatal testing, labor pain, and breastfeeding in an easy-to-understand format. Includes bibliographical references (pages 293-330) and index.

The Mothering Magazine Guide to Pregnancy and Childbirth. Illustrated by Jackie Facciolo, With Wendy Ponte. Books related to Mothering Magazine's Having a Baby, Naturally.

book by Peggy O'Mara. For more than twenty-five years,Motheringmagazine has captured an audience of educated women who appreciate its "we'll inform, you choose" approach to parenting. Published 2003 by Atria Books in New York Other Titles. Having a baby, naturally, Mothering. Published 2003 by Atria Books in New York. Childbirth, Natural childbirth, Pregnancy. Includes bibliographical references (p. 293-330) and index.

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Mothering Magazine's Having a Baby, Naturally: The Mothering Magazine Guide to Pregnancy and Childbirth: Peggy O'Mara, Jackie Facciolo, Wend. I will have my next one all natural again. Books-A-Million Online Book Store : Books, Toys, Tech &. Mothering Magazine's Having a Baby, Naturally: The Mothering Magazine Guide to Pregnancy and Childbirth.

A comprehensive guide to safe and natural childbirth explains the full range of conventional and alternative options as recommended by leading health organizations, covering such topics as prenatal testing, labor pain, and breastfeeding in an easy-to-understand format. Original.
  • Bil
If I had to pick one pregnancy book to recommend to someone, it would be this one, for both moms and dads. Its not too dense, nice short discussions about everything you'd need to know or think about.
  • Granigrinn
If I were to recommend only one book for first-time pregnancy, this is the one. Of course I have dozens, but the most read and re-read is Peggy's comprehensive guide to all things pregnancy.
  • Gri
Some good info, some not so good. Nutritional information was not accurate and the information regarding the "dangers" of saturated fat is misguided and dated. As well as the advice to consume toxic seed oils like canola oil.
  • Carrot
Practically new!
  • Lost Python
This is, hands down, our most used resource in the journey to have a baby.... naturally. Of all the books we have read, this one takes the cake. The Sears book was nice, and still a good read. Just not as good as this one.

Covers an amazing range of topics on a level that even the newbie-crunchy-mom-to-be can understand!
  • Ieregr
I am so glad I found this book.
If you are an all-natural momma, this is the book for you!
  • Washington
I really didn't like this book. It offended me. It was extremely New Age and I don't appreciate the constant use of Partner. I have a husband, not a Partner! There were a few final straws, but one was the "Birth Altar", really??? How strange is that! That was the point that I returned the book.
I received this book as a gift and it has become one of my favorite prenatal books so far. I've read the book cover to cover because it was so extremely interesting and very comprehensive that I couldn't put it down! It covers all the questions I've had as a first-timer in a very thorough way. Even moms who've given birth before can learn alot by all the info provided by this book. Basically the book will discuss a topic such as episiotomies by explaining the history of them and how they originated, what your experience is and what the risks are, in what instances might they occur, how to avoid one (a list of things to do beforehand), and if you do tear naturally what happens next. I like how when it discusses what an Ultrasound is, it not only explains what it is, but how it works, what your experience will be like on the table, how safe it is based on studies available, how useful it is during pregnancy, and when it is unnecessary. This is how the book covers all the topics: in a very thorough way. Other highlights for me were the statistics provided with the supporting info. For example, it will say that you need 27mg of Iron and then will list food choices and serving sizes to achieve that. I love how remedies are always provided for common prenatal concerns such as nausea, poor self-image, labor fears, sexuality, post-partum, etc. The book discusses sexuality and then gives you a list of ideas to help with issues you may be experiencing. It also sprinkles a couple illustrations of stretches or poses that are helpful during pregnancy with directions. I also love the side boxes throughout the book that give little tips like how to squat, aromatherapy, pregnancy affirmations to say each day, natural soothers, etc.

It takes the fear out of pregnancy by providing so much useful and practical information for anyone who is planning on being pregnant, those that are supporting a pregnant partner, and those that are actually pregnant. I just can't imagine NOT having this book, it's an invaluable resource for me. I have too many questions and fears and this book seemed to answer them and calm me down.

Other books I highly recommend are the "The Thinking Woman's Guide to a Better Birth" (Goer/Wheeler) midwife perspective that discusses the pros and cons of typical medical intervention, and my weekly favorite "Your Pregnancy Week by Week" (2004, Dr. Glade Curtis OBGYN/Judith Schuler) And incredible book that tells what parts of the baby are developing each week, as well as an actual size illustration of your baby's size, changes in yourself, and other important info each week.