The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly: Childbirth Teaching Postersalismith
Everything I need to know about Labor and Delivery, I learned from these educational posters from Birthware.com. Each comes at 11 x 17 inches, and you guessed it, laminated, for just $14.
They’re called “unique and modern.” Some are helpful. Others true. But still others, downright strange—if informative. Prepare to have your mind opened, and then maybe a little boggled.
As for me, I’ll never look at a bagel in quite the same way. See the lot here:
image-965 1 of 10Link: "Just Say Tone"
It's your little secret!
image-966 2 of 10Link: "Pregnant Women Come in All Shapes and Sizes"
Does this really need to be taught?
image-967 3 of 10Link: "Cervical Dilation"
This one is fascinating. I was stuck at a soda can for about eight hours last time around.
image-968 4 of 10Link: "Frequent Peeing Speeds Labor"
When? During labor? No one ever told me this. With an epidural and catheter, I had no control in the matter.
image-969 5 of 10Link: "Make Noise"
Embrace your inner animal.
image-970 6 of 10Link: "Let Gravity Help You Birth"
I don't even know what to make of that center image.
image-971 7 of 10Link: "Water Broke?"
This would have been helpful last time. But why the sad face?
image-972 8 of 10Link: "Hey, It's This Way, Baby!"
Hmmmm. I don't even know what to think of this one. I find it confusing rather than cute.
image-973 9 of 10Link: "Watch the Woman, Not the Clock"
Amen. But easier said than done.
image-974 10 of 10Link: "Watch Your Breath"
Have to admit, I actually packed mouthwash for myself and my husband last time around for all our hee-hee-hoo breathing. We didn't use it.