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Aribean 1 child; California 11400 posts
24th Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Honda450:</b>" :) that's fine. I am not one to say do it my way or you suck as a parent. lol I am a firm believer in your body, your baby, YOUR choice. "</blockquote>




Oh yeah I know what you mean.



I just really dislike that particular documentary....it's just so bias and makes me sad when first time parents go out of their way to watch and and just scare themselves..
They don't realize that there's more to the story....there's way more research out there. When that documentary came out it was huge!!! Everyone on every parenting website was talking about it lol..but it really isn't the holy grail as people made it out to be.

mommytomel(: 1 child; California 1274 posts
25th Oct '12

i saw it and eh im still having my baby at a hospital , the majority of women still do and most babies and moms turn out fine , i wouldn't beat my self up over my decision just because of this film .

user banned Iowa 1784 posts
25th Oct '12
Quoting iisabell:" i saw it and eh im still having my baby at a hospital , the majority of women still do and most babies and moms turn out fine , i wouldn't beat my self up over my decision just because of this film ."

Exactly. But I do feel like doctors and hospitals do things in ways that isn't fair. So for me (not saying anyone is bad to want to do hospitals, or c-sec, or inductions or anything) I am doing things differently. But if I HAVE to I will go to a hospital. :) It just opened my eyes to see things that were done, and used back in the day. I can't imagine the twilight drugs and things. That's why I said wow.

UhmAmber 1 child; Texas 2415 posts
25th Oct '12

I still have yet to finish it. This is my first, but I did a lot of research other than just watching a movie to make me decide that I do not want to be induced or have pain meds or doctors or be in a hospital when I give birth. To each their own.