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December 15, 2018

Nearing our 20 week anatomy scan, we get the results back from our second prenatal screen (this is when I learned there were 2 screenings!). This time, doc says she has good news and bad news. To skip to the bad, the second screen came back positive for Down Syndrome. So, she was referring us to a dedicated prenatal diagnostic center for further care around this. We booked our appointment at Cedars-Sinai for a counseling appointment, and a visit with the doc right after. The counseling session w...

March 23, 2018

I have noticed (this was not a new discovery!) that my mind never stops. I’m thinking about things all day every day. Strategizing, thinking of business ideas, propositions, to do lists, giving myself a hard time about this or that, why I haven’t been more successful, why I can’t seem to get myself out of my comfort zone, should I buy that thing I found online today, it's a good price, but do I need it, I probably shouldn't, but I really want it... maybe if I return some other things, ho...

February 23, 2018

Sometimes I really feel like I can relate to being a mother because I’ve been around and handled so many newborns. I’ve been in that hospital room over and over again, and seen the glow in a new mother’s eye. I’ve seen the love that is born, as if it’s a completely new love, one that hasn’t been felt before. And other times, I feel so far disconnected from motherhood, it’s crazy. As if I’m so buried in my own world, my own business and success in life, there’s no room to think and care for anoth...

August 4, 2017

As we all know, the birth process isn't known to be comfortable. Many women in today's day and age use epidurals to help with this. As an alternative, have you thought about a water birth? Many believe that water birthing provides a more natural means of pain control than using medication. American College of Nurse Midwives, the American Association of Birth Centers and the Royal College of Midwives all endorse water birthing as both a safe and effective means of aiding birth and easing the moth...

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abra klinger
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Port Orchard, Washington based newborn photographer, serving the greater Kitsap County area. Offering newborn (my favorite!), maternity, kids (watch me grow) and family sessions.

 

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