Advice from a Midwife – part 4: Online resources for Expectant Mamas

Online-Resources-Expectant-mamas

Today, we are winding up our series called Advice from a Midwife. All week, we have been highlighting wisdom from Lucy Muchiri, a Kenyan based midwife and the founder of Eve’s Mama who has years of experience in working with pregnancy and birth. The final question we asked her is:

What are your favorite online resources for expectant mothers?

Eves mamawww.evesmama.com – The website for Lucy’s business which has many helpful articles and blog posts

Fitpregnancywww.fitpregnancy.com – This website has a lot of good information on pregnancy and birth

Spinning babieswww.spinningbabies.com – Great for moms who want to figure out how to turn their babies which are breech

Baby centerwww.babycenter.com – A lot of information on pregnancy, birth, and parenting

Vbac.comwww.vbac.com – Helpful information for moms who have had a c section and want to have a vaginal delivery after having had a c section

WebMDwww.webmd.com – A general website that has practical information on general health and some information

You tubewww.youtube.com – There are a lot of resources that can be found on You Tube such as videos of women giving birth, exercises for pregnant women, and videos on natural birth

Today, we are winding up our series called Advice from a Midwife. All week, we have been highlighting wisdom from Lucy Muchiri, a Kenyan based midwife and the founder of Eve’s Mama who has years of experience in working with pregnancy and birth. The final question we asked her is:

What are your favorite online resources for expectant mothers?

Eves mamawww.evesmama.com – The website for Lucy’s business which has many helpful articles and blog posts

Fitpregnancywww.fitpregnancy.com – This website has a lot of good information on pregnancy and birth

Spinning babieswww.spinningbabies.com – Great for moms who want to figure out how to turn their babies which are breech

Baby centerwww.babycenter.com – A lot of information on pregnancy, birth, and parenting

Vbac.comwww.vbac.com – Helpful information for moms who have had a c section and want to have a vaginal delivery after having had a c section

WebMDwww.webmd.com – A general website that has practical information on general health and some information

You tubewww.youtube.com – There are a lot of resources that can be found on You Tube such as videos of women giving birth, exercises for pregnant women, and videos on natural birth

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