He’s a 25-year-old Omaha guy who plans to blog about life as a single dad.
No offense to any octogenarians out there. I’m just not ready to be you yet.
So, here we are, staring at Easter already and… more candy.
She intended to work with children, but her love for health and fitness ultimately took over her career ambitions.
“Mom, what’s a lesbian? … Someone at school called me one, and I want to know what it is.”
It’s time to dust off those shelves that never see a dust rag, clean out those kitchen cabinets and my clothes closet.
Tag Archives: labor and delivery
New guidelines released Thursday are aimed at reducing the spiraling cesarean delivery rate in the U.S.
I recently became a Nana for the fifth time.
Abigail Cain was on her way to the hospital Friday morning, when she just felt the need to push.
Welcoming a new baby doesn’t always go as expected.
Thinking about having a cesarean? Check out this graphic.
Advocates of placenta-eating say it relieves “baby blues,” boosts moms’ energy levels.
Several celebrities, including January Jones, are touting the consumption of their placenta.
I was nine months pregnant and scheduled to be induced. Why was I driving a tractor?
Both parents can get a little “punchy” in the labor-and-delivery room.
I prayed for a healthy baby to be born after 36 weeks. That didn’t happen.
My baby sister was about to embark on one of the scariest moments of her life so far – labor and delivery.
Why are we trying to one-up one another on our labor and delivery stories?
I just read the most amazing story about a local mom who delivered her baby in the front seat of a Toyota minivan.
What a way to begin your life?
In today’s World-Herald, Hope Brown shared her account of giving birth to a healthy seven pound, five ounce baby boy later named Beckett Anthony Brown.
“My wife is such a trouper,” husband Chad Brown said. “I’m so grateful for what she went through. It’s something we’ll never forget.”
Mom was so calm, poised hours leading up to the dramatic delivery.
My favorite part of the story:
“She dried her hair. Had a contraction. Flat-ironed her hair. Another contraction. Each time, she would pause and pace.”
She eventually gave birth while waiting for help in the van parked in the hospital’s emergency room parking lot.
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Birth centers, midwives and home births weren’t for me.
I preferred to give birth twice in a hospital. Call me crazy but having my chubby arm squeezed by a blood pressure cuff every five minutes was comforting.
A homebirth would’ve caused me too much anxiety.
But it’s great that women have more birthing options, including the new Midwife’s Place in Bellevue.
I was a nervous wreck when I had my first daughter, Alejandra.
The pressure to get an epidural was overwhelming. And I’ll admit it, I eventually cracked.
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