Pregnant woman giving birth at home

For any expecting mother, the decision over where, and how, to give birth is one of the most important decisions that can be made. Here in Massachusetts, the number of women who opt for home births is still very small, but growing.
Supporters say the plan will help make home births safer, while opponents say it can never provide the same level of care that women can get in a hospital delivery room. A baby is considered full term from the end of week 37 until week 42, but McGuinness-Rook recommends having all of your home birth supplies on hand a little earlier — just in case.

When I was planning my home birth, my midwife gave me a list of supplies similar to the one McGuinness-Rook mentioned. Our midwife came over for our home visit and asked if she could look in our kitchen cabinets for possible placenta containers. While that's just a myth, and midwives bring sterile supplies with them, there are many useful supplies you should have on hand if you're planning to birth at home. Let’s face it — giving birth at a hospital means you don’t have to worry about cleaning up.

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Sure, birth can be messy, but not nearly as messy as when your baby starts spitting out her baby food or throwing sippy cups on the floor 10 times a day.

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