If you are due in December, January or February, you may not know this but your childbirth class options are limited. Many childbirth classes end in November, and don't get started again until it might be "too late" to start them for your due date. This, of course, means that the September, October and November classes get full quickly.
So if you haven't started looking at what your options are locally, now is the time to do it. This means figuring out who offers classes, when and where. It also means talking to the various educators and looking at the websites to figure out not only which fit into your schedule but which classes fit with your philosophy of birth.
Have you signed up yet?
- Which Childbirth Class is Right for You?
- Bradley Class Overview
- What do moms say about Bradley Classes?
- Lamaze Class Overview
- What do moms say about Lamaze Classes?
- ICEA Class Overview
- What do moms say about ICEA Classes?
- What does a good childbirth class look like?
- Childbirth Class Options
- Online Childbirth Class Overview
- Do you need a childbirth class if you want an epidural?
- Childbirth Class: The Second Time Around
Photo © April's Grape Vine Photography