Decision fatigue? Absolutely. My kids are a little older than hers, so the choices are different, but the concept is the same-- and it's exhausting.
She's getting so much heat for her comments about children. Not everyone wants to be a parent! Not everyone should be a parent! Let that be her choice.
These celebs don't want kids-- and that's ok! It's wonderful when people realize that they don't want to be parents, before they're parents.
_"...we do little as a society to make mothers feel confident in their skills and choices."
This is a great, honest post about choices and judgement and competitive mothering. I could pull many more quotes out, but I hope you'll take a moment to read it for yourself.
_What was your reasoning for choosing the birth plan that you did (medicated, non-medicated)? Did you follow through with your plan or did some circumstance-- by choice or not-- change that?
I'm actually all for this. I am the first to admit that the last month of pregnancy is often uncomfortable. However, I don't love how negative the beginning of the article is. In any case, safety first! A few weeks of discomfort is well worth being able to bring home a healthy, well-developed baby!
Do you know best? Do you worry that maybe you *don't* know best?
It's growing more and more popular. Would you do it?
Home birth, birthing center, hospital? What did you choose? Reasons?
I went to a parenting seminar last night. It was very interested and definitely gave me a new perspective on a few things, and gave me tools to work with. Do you ever attend classes or lectures?
With a love of children and a passion for reading and writing, Kelly decided to share her experiences with others through the pages of the Crib Notes book and site.
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