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The book made it obvious to ME that birth is 100% natural when the hospital makes you feel birth is unnatural. I realized that I truly want to give birth at home and even went to look for a midwife since I am pregnant.

The book made it obvious to ME that birth is 100% natural when the hospital makes you feel birth is unnatural. I am so excited about having a baby at home knowing when he comes out.

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Ward, Fred, 1935-2016, author; Brown, Roger Glenn.

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by Charlotte Ward and Fred Ward. I'd grown up in the 1960s in a church that vigorously promoted home birth and natural childbirth, and when I read this book during my first pregnancy, it confirmed the things I'd heard in sermons and read in the church's publications. I decided to have my baby at home. Our baby was born healthy and strong, but some of the practices of the male naturopathic physician caused me health problems for quite a while.

Mary Charlotte Ward Granniss Webster Billings (pen names, . Granniss; July 11, 1824 – March 21, 1904) was an American writer, activist, hymn writer, evangelist and missionary. She was Texas' first ordained woman Universalist minister. Billings, an ordained minister in the Universalist Church, did missionary work in Texas, and associated with her husband, of the same congregation, who was superintendent of its missions in the State.

Charlotte Josephine Watkins (born Ward) was born on month day 1866, at birth place, to Joseph Ward and Elizabeth Ward (born Dawson). Joseph was born on July 11 1839, in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. Elizabeth was born on September 8 1847, in Hobart Tasmania.

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Comments: (2)

Gralmeena
I was at a baby bargain store when I stumbled across this book. I was aware of home births and was somewhat interested but not wholly. I had a few fears of my own---like... what if something happened to the baby? There were so many questions I had and this book virtually answered them all in such an effective and informative manner. The photos are beautiful and you see so much joy and sweetness in them. As far as the technical information goes, some are outdated due to the technical advances made in the modern world (this book was published in 1976) but the theme remains the same. You don't have to fear having a baby at home. It was perfectly normal to have birth at home back in the early 1950's. Nobody thought much of it. You only went to the hospital if it was an emergency. Lots of insight and opinions from different medical doctors. I also enjoyed reading the different family profiles and how they enjoyed the birth at home and how much more peaceful it was to give birth at home compared to the hospital. The father was not seperated from the mother. The father was there 100% and it was a very relaxed atmosphere---especially now that the hospital hooks you up to an annoying monitor that makes you nervous if something goes wrong, sticks you with a needle/IV "in case something happens" and in the midst of giving birth. They tell you WHAT TO DO... how to sit, how to lie down, how to breath, and even to the point of telling you that you're not allowed to walk around or relax in your favorite positions while giving birth. The book made it obvious to ME that birth is 100% natural when the hospital makes you feel birth is unnatural. I realized that I truly want to give birth at home and even went to look for a midwife since I am pregnant. I am so excited about having a baby at home knowing when he comes out. I'll be able to cuddle and breast feed him right away.
Wire
This is an excellent book with an intelligent message, and it influenced me to give birth at home twice. Things went well enough, but they could have gone better. Educate yourself, about childbirth, and about your birthing attendant's practices. Some know what they are doing and some don't.
The home birth book download epub
Author: Charlotte Ward
ISBN: 0879533099
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: INSCAPE (1976)