These battle scars don't look like they're fading. Don't look like they're ever going away. They ain't never gonna change…These Guy Sebastian lyrics pumped out of the speakers into my eardrums as I worked out at the gym this morning. I began to think of the responsibility involved in raising children and the battle scars our parents and our parent’s parents leave on us.
Preparing for the arrival of a new baby and figuring out all the baby stuff that’s required can be an extremely daunting task. (As if the concept of simply “having a baby” wasn’t daunting enough!) I’m sure that I am not alone in having that forehead slapping ‘where do I start’ moment’, when the time came to get ready for both of my babies.
We are all aware how life savingforcepscan be to the delivery of babies that are distressed or stuck and for labours that are not progressing. We are so grateful to have this tool around to save a mum and baby’s life or prevent the baby from becoming severely hypoxic or oxygen deprived.