Jill Duggar Pregnant: Planning ‘At Home’ Birth For Her First Child

Wed, August 20, 2014 10:52am EST by 11 Comments 11,007 Article Views
Jill Duggar Birth Plan
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Meaghen Powers

Posted at 12:04 AM on March 4, 2015  

True Christians do not judge their friends by the denomination/faith they belong to and the Duggars do- difference between a Christian/Cult member.

I believe it is wrong in 2015 in North America, to have a homebirth with a lay midwife who is not licensed, when your giving birth to your child especially since the size prediction is 8-9 pounds for Baby Dilly. But these people think nothing bad can happen, because they believe Jesus is a magical genie. Yes, I believe in the Power of Cross and in Jesus Christ, no greater lover then to give your life for a friend, but C-sections do happen to Christians too and there is nothing ungodly about having 1 or giving birth vaginally with an epidural/other pain meds in a hospital. It doesn’t make a woman Ungodly or unworthy if she has a C-section or an epidural. But in Duggar theology there is something inherently evil about hospital births and drugs that help with labor pain. Anna Keller Duggar gave birth at home too, Michelle Duggar lamented over her hospital births as well as if there was something wrong by having children in the hospital. Well News flash Michelle if not for hospital care, Josie Duggar would not be here.

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lisa

Posted at 11:06 PM on September 7, 2014  

and how does she know the birth is gonna go smooth and have NO problems

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Laurie

Posted at 12:32 AM on August 25, 2014  

Exactly gymluv…I think home births are EXTREMELY selfish on the part of the mother. The important thing is not the mothers comfort level – the important thing is that they are where they can get immediate help if something goes wrong, which can and does happen!

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heaven

Posted at 12:14 PM on August 24, 2014  

How would you know she is not a midwife,nutella, peanut butter whatever ur name is , thats what shes been practicing for duhhhhh.im sure you had some form of training to whatever your job is if u have any.duhhh

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Nutella

Posted at 6:01 AM on August 22, 2014  

She’s NOT a midwife. She was an apprentice.

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gymluv

Posted at 2:04 AM on August 22, 2014  

Home births are done by those who have never been to a NICU and been witness to the results when things go wrong. Same goes for water births. Why would anyone choose to take even the smallest risk by doing these? I will never understand them.

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Tina

Posted at 8:35 PM on August 21, 2014  

March due date,huh?

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Anne Stepien

Posted at 9:06 PM on August 21, 2014  

Tina, why would you doubt her word???

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Laurie

Posted at 8:00 PM on August 20, 2014  

Jill and Ben??? Ben is Jessa’s fiance – DERICK is Jill’s husband.

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Anne Stepien

Posted at 12:38 PM on August 20, 2014  

Congratulations to Jill and Ben! May you have a quick end to your morning sickness, an uneventful pregnancy and birth, and a happy, healthy child!!!!!

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Kalyn

Posted at 5:27 PM on August 21, 2014  

It’s Jill and Derrick

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