No More Parental Judgment

Found this today and thought – you know, this is so true! Looking at it strictly from a “parenting” point of view – without adding the “special needs” part in – why do we do this to each other? Does anyone really know what is BEST ? Is there a magic formula that one parent is given and the rest aren’t? Goes back to my tagline – We’re all doing the best we can with what we know.

Wordy Gertie

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Before I had a baby, I was completely oblivious to the insane number of choices I would be forced to make as a new parent. As soon as I found out I was pregnant, an innocent Google search on “birthing options” (try it if you don’t believe me) left me awestruck and somewhat terrified at the seemingly endless multitude of options. Would I opt for the epidural or would I go natural? I could even get real crazy and go for a pudendal block, narcotic pain relievers, or nitrous oxide. What birthing philosophy would we subscribe to–Lamaze? Hypnobirth? Bradley? Alexander (I could be making these up right now and you probably wouldn’t know the difference)? Midwife or OB? Birthing center or hospital? Water birth? Should we bank the cord blood? Do people really encapsulate their placentas?!

I got so wrapped-up in making choices for the labor and delivery…

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