#21 Dec 3, 2012
I really think this all depends on how much money you got. Hell, if I was rich, hell yeah my baby would be born at home, with a full medical staff and equipment for an emergency surgery, just in case. I don't think one midwife can cut it. If it's at home, then I strongly recommend more than just a midwife. Two hands are always better than one.
#22 Feb 9, 2013
same with me too
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