I'm 28 weeks pregnant with baby Kruz #2 and the baby is the size of cauliflower!!
This heat is kicking my butt... even with the air on I am struggling with how hot it is... I think I even had a mild heat stroke this past Memorial Day weekend!! EEEKKKK
I also splurged this weekend on maternity clothes.... give me all the maternity dresses in the summer!!!
We had a little fun with #HumpDayBumpDay this week, watch the video below 😂 Am I Aaron Rodgers yet with my discount double check??
As always trying to get your the most information about midwifery as possible thanks to our friends at St. Mary's Madison Hospital:! Here's what type of education and training midwives have:
There are three different types of midwives: community midwives (sometimes known as “lay” midwives), certified professional midwives (CPM) and certified nurse midwives (CNM). The training and education requirements are different for each type, and they practice in a variety of settings. All of the midwives at SSM Health are Certified Nurse Midwives (CNM).
Certified Nurse Midwives have a degree in nursing and have gone on to continue their education through either a Master’s or Doctoral program specializing in midwifery. CNMs have graduated from an accredited nurse-midwifery education program and passed a national certification board exam. Certified Nurse Midwives have a state license to practice midwifery and can practice in hospitals, birth centers, medical offices, and clinics. CNMs provide general women’s healthcare throughout the lifespan, care for women during labor and birth, and prescribe medications and birth control.
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See you next week!!! XOXO