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Monday, September 19, 2011
Saturday, September 10, 2011
Fisher Price Animal Sounds Zoo Giveaway at Familiylicious
Learning Curve: Thomas And Friends Wooden Railway - Thomas And Belle to the Rescue (RV $79.99) at Familylicious
Book Sling at Happenings of the Harper Household
Boon Animal Bag at Happenings of the Haprer Household
A Calafant Calabot Cardboard Robot at Home Grown Families
Choice of Halo Comfortluxe Sleepwear at Home Grown Families
Jahgoo Potty at My Silly Monkeys
$40 gift card to Family Stickers at Mommy and Me Giveaways
Hubs and I have made the decision (over and over really) that having a homebirth is right for us. So what is the problem? Mainly money (typical). Due to the fact that a homebirth in our circumstance will cost us more out of pocket than a hospital birth, we are faced with the fact that we have to make a huge sacrifice to give birth at home. We made the decision that a homebirth is what we wanted and for awhile wrestled back and forth between knowing our financial situation versus knowing what is right for our family. So round and round we would go. My family does not think that we should pursue a homebirth on the fact that it is a HUGE financial sacrifice that we will have to make, when we need to buy a van for the three car seats (or something else). We know our financial situation, better than anyone else. The closer it gets to the time that baby #3 will arrive the more pressure I get from my family that we are making the wrong decision. Having said that, I know that they will support me (more or less) with our decision regardless. I guess I find myself frustrated, as I often do. I know in my heart that Hubs and I are making the right decision for us and our family. I wish that others were willing and able to see that as well. We have weighed the options, we have prayed, we have talked endless hours with one another, and we know that a homebirth is the right choice for us.