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Monday, January 31, 2011

Birthsmart

Honestly...I didn't know whether to laugh or cry at this. Very well done though! I am SOOOOOOOOO thankful that I heard the call of YHVH right from the start in the matter of having my babies at home and getting educated about it.



6 comments:

YahKheena said...

well, go ahead a cry or let me do it for you... so sad! You have just posted MY STORY for all three of my girls :-(

Yes, you were blessed to be able to do in the way Yah had designed from the beginning.

I cringe at the thought of the ways of this world, from child birth to foods to government schools and so on.

We are so blessed that Yah has pulled us out of this world's system!

He is so kind and merciful!!

Have a blessed week sis!

Mommy Set Free said...

Yahkheena,
I have heard this from so many ladies (evenmy own mother). My heart breaks for women in this day. It really makes me angree. We (as a Nation) have really bought a bill of BAD goods!!! We need to teach or daughters (and our son's wives) and our nieghbors that they have a choice!! May YHVH's people be spared!

Enid said...

My grandmother did hers at home :), my mom all "natural" but with medication at a big hospital... when I meet my husband he told me how things where going to be :) ... first two with a midwife in a little hospital and no medication. The last three at home just the two of us :) and no medication either, perfection!! I love my man! Yahweh is so good!

Amy Smith said...

This is so true. My 1st 2 babies were born at the hospital. My 2nd almost ended up a c-sec, but praise Yah, he came out. It was insane what the hospital did to me that day. Thankfully the last 2 have been born at home and trusting Yah for the next one too. I will add though that I am thankful for the medical establishment for times when they are really needed.

singing mama said...

Kinda funny and kinda sad at the same time. For some reason one of my passions is natural normal birth for mamas and I have seen and heard so many horrible things happen in a hospital setting. It actually makes me feel physically ill!!
I to am SO glad Yah lead us to birth His way at home!!
I LOVE homebirth and the incredible amazing beauty of bringing a new life into this world.
(of course I do think hospitals are good for true emergencies)
I watched a birth documentary recently and they gave a women a c-section because she was tired. No other reason. Sad :(

Luv Donna

kathy said...

I, too am very grateful for homebirth! I had 5 in the hospital system (thankfully never as bad as that) and my last little one at home. We will be having another homebirth in about 7 months! I can honestly say I really felt Yah's presence at my last birth. Spiritually it was so different to the others! Just the most amazing experience!