After delivering the most beautiful baby you’ve ever laid eyes on the nurse is probably going to administer some thick clear gel like stuff into the babies eyes, what is it? Why is it used? Do you have to use it? These questions and more are answered in this article. But before you make any choices look up your state requirements.. as mentioned in the article it may not be something you have any choice on… unfortunately that is just ridiculous.
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My name is Samantha Mehaffey, I'm a wife and a mother of four. My husband served in the Military for 8 years and during that time I birthed two of my five children and served a few people as a volunteer doula, now he is working in the civilian world and we've added a third and fourth and fifth child (all born at home) and I've increased my business and gotten certified through DONA, and now I’m working toward becoming a midwife. I LOVE this job almost as much as I love raising my children. Bringing babies into the world through prayer and helpful relaxation techniques is the best feeling in the world!
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