Blissful Pregnancy, Childbirth and Motherhood with Bailey Gaddis By Dr. Paula Joyce

We know a pregnant mother needs to provide healthy nourishment for the life growing inside of her. Just as important, however, is nourishing the fetus’ nervous system with positive thoughts and words and the energy of love. An ultrasound video on YouTube shows a 14 week old fetus clapping in rhythm as the parents sing “If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands.” We are influencing our children’s development long before we had previously thought possible. We must start asking ourselves what messages we are conveying with our words and thoughts. We know that it’s important to play Mozart to help the fetal brain develop. Emotional development is just as important. Dr. Brian Weiss showed that under hypnosis, a woman remembered word for word things said by a total stranger shortly after she was born. Our unconscious mind knows more than we think. Please join us Thursday to learn how to provide the best environment for your child from the beginning.
Bailey Gaddis is the author of Feng Shui Mommy and is a regular contributor to media outlets, including Disney’s Babble, Working Mother, Pregnancy and Newborn, Huffington Post, Cosmopolitan, Redbook, and Woman’s Day. She finds inspiration for her writing via the stream of consciousness flowing out of her son’s mouth and the humorous experiences she witnesses during births and at the park before nap time. As a Childbirth Preparation Educator, Birth Doula, and Hypnotherapist who works with pregnant women and their gorgeous offspring every day, Bailey is fairly certain that “new baby smell” is the most enticing aroma on Earth. Please visit her online at http://www.baileygaddis.com.

 

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