Although I'm about to post some CRAZY hot topics, I promise, I am not trying to drum up drama!
Today's news featured two articles that were of interest to me (notice how non-judgey that is?).
Here's the first: http://news.yahoo.com/milwaukee-runs-provocative-ads-wake-parents-dangers-co-213117311.html
And here's the second: http://shine.yahoo.com/parenting/more-hospitals-banning-elective-c-sections-184500620.html
And regarding the second- Do you feel that it's your body, your baby, and your right to schedule an elective c-section when you're ready to be "done" with pregnancy? I've gotta say, I felt r.e.a.d.y. at 36 weeks. And I can't say with certainty that I wouldn't have jumped at the chance to deliver my wee one a little early. But to choose a c-section for no valid medical reason- and before 39 weeks at that- seems a little selfish to me. (Okay, apparently I am a little judgey about this one. I'm glad to see this choice being taken away.)
Anyone care to weigh in?