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Announcing Bluebonnet Babies Journal That Gives Back! 100% of profit from sales of Bluebonnet Babies Journals benefits Maternal and Child Health Access. This Los Angeles based non-profit organization directly services homeless and low-income pregnant women.
Before becoming a loving mother, I obtained my Bachelor of Arts in psychology from The University of California, Santa Barbara and my master’s degree in social work from The University of Edinburgh. In Edinburgh and Los Angeles, I worked with homeless people, assisting them in accessing health care, housing, social services, financial resources and community programs.
In 2010, my family and I moved to Texas and I stayed home as our family grew. During our first pregnancy my husband and I studied The Bradley Method® of Natural Childbirth and became proponents of this empowering approach to childbirth. Inspired by our experience, I attended The Bradley Method® Conference in 2014 and became a Bradley Method® Natural Childbirth Educator. As a Certified Bradley Method® Natural Childbirth Educator, I currently teach Bradley Method® classes every Saturday morning in The Woodlands, Texas at Foundation Chiropractic. My website www.bluebonnetbabies.com is an informative virtual hub with resources for families, including my published blog about pregnancy to parenthood.
I’m honored to announce Bluebonnet Babies commitment to give back to pregnant women in need. This is an opportunity to merge my background in social work, working with the homeless, and my current passion, educating and empowering pregnant women and their partners. Maternal and Child Health Access provides supportive services, implements policy initiatives and aims to improve the lives of pregnant women and new families.
Order a Bluebonnet Babies Journal today and impact the future of a mother, baby and family. Visit www.bluebonnetbabies.com/shop to order your journal. Visit www.mchaccess.org and read more here to learn about how your contribution directly impacts the lives of homeless and low-income pregnant women and families.