Hello, wonderful readers! If you’re embarking on the incredible journey of childbirth, you’ve likely heard about the mysterious transition phase of labor. Don’t fret!
One of the benefits of being a lesbian couple is definitely not accidentally getting pregnant. But what about when you actually want to get pregnant? Well, unsurprisingly, it’s a bit more complicated. While there is an “underground” market for sperm, for many reasons, you should not go that route.
Embarking on the path to parenthood as a lesbian couple comes with its unique set of considerations- there’s not going to be any accidental pregnancies here for one! Plus, four boobs! Don’t worry, we’ll be talking about that in another blog. As far as deciding how to get pregnant, there’s some options to consider. We are going to go through the different types of donors and why you might want each one.
Pregnancy and childbirth are profound life events, and when they coincide with the holiday season, the joy and celebration become even more pronounced. In this blog, we’ll explore the unique experiences of expectant families navigating the journey to parenthood during the holidays, with a focus on the cultural significance and various traditions that make this time of the year even more special.
You have been counting the days down to your baby’s due date and now the plans have changed and you are getting induced. This can be a stressful change of plans. It is understandable if you need time to grieve the loss of going into labor the way that you expected. Doctors frequently recommend inductions when there is medical indication that the baby needs to come sooner or the birthing parent’s health is at risk.