Birth Planning

If you’ve not done so already and if you’re still working, you may want to consider when/how to end your work period as you enter the late stages of pregnancy. Having contingencies or back up plans can also be useful since how often do we stick to ‘the plan’? As you start to shift focus on preparing for your baby’s arrival, reflecting on your birth plan preferences can nudge some reflection for you and perhaps those that will support you through labour and delivery. Is there a special way you want to capture the first few moments after your baby’s arrival – a particular ceremony you’d like to consider or perhaps a welcome song or prayer? Whether it’s work, birth plans or confirming who’s going to help in the first little bit after your baby comes, the resources we’ve selected aim to help you make informed decisions and plans for this time. Check out our links for valuable information on end-of-work plans and more.

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