3 responses to Where are Amish babies born?

  • wende ochoa
    Comment on Where are Amish babies born? (December 8th, 2010 at 19:26)

    Another great book about Amish births is Dr. Frau.

  • Sandra Hess, CPM
    Comment on Where are Amish babies born? (June 8th, 2012 at 13:19)

    considerations in parental decision on place of birth

    “Hurst and McConell note that an Amish couple’s decision of where to have children depends on a number of factors, including cost, beliefs, and proximity.”

    I would include in that list the number of children and the ages of the eldest children whom are in the home. Many couples will have their first several children at home (home birth), but in the consideration of having a quiet homefront, many begin to consider a birth center.

    Sandra Hess, CPM
    Fresno, Ohio
    domiciliary midwifery services since 1983

    Where are Amish babies born?

    • Ruth Shipley
      Comment on Where are Amish babies born? (November 1st, 2012 at 13:09)

      Is Mt Eaton Car Ctr

      Do you know if the Mount Eaton Care Center still is open for delivering babies. I just read Dr Lehman’s book and would like to visit the location. Also how did you train and where so you practice. ruthship5@yahoo.com i love to talk with you . 216-233-3988

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