@ our natural childbirth education classes. We've only had two, but he's already thinking more critically about hospital and medical conventions.
Our friends have a three month old, and she followed convention and had the induction, morphine, epidural, separation after the birth for 'necessary' procedures, etc. She had troubles breastfeeding and we learned recently that she has PPD. DH and I babysat on Saturday and on Sunday he wanted to discuss with me why LO was so fussy, and why he had troubles BFing, and her PPD and asked if I thought it had anything to do with the medical intervention. I agreed that I wondered, but it's impossible to know for sure. But I am so proud of him for actually learning something at our classes and thinking critically about interventions.
bfp#4 3/19/2014 edd 12/1/2014 please let this be the one!
beta @ 5w0d = 12,026! u/s 4/22/14 @ 8w1d it's twins!