Day #37: Give to The Birth Center in Tucson, Arizona

Day #37: Give to The Birth Center in Tucson, Arizona 1

Two years ago today, our youngest daughter was born. We celebrated her birth by eating cheesecake and singing "Happy Birthday."

In honor of her birth, we made a small donation to the Birth Center where she was born. You can read more about our time at the Birth Center on Stephanie's blog, but - in a nutshell - it was an amazing experience and we are very thankful for the nurses and midwives who work there.

P.S. I am also thankful to be a man. More power to all you moms for giving birth!

8 comments on “Day #37: Give to The Birth Center in Tucson, Arizona”

  1. I love the idea of giving in honor of your children's birthdays. We do this for Christmas, but hadn't thought to do it for the birthdays!

  2. Unfortunately a birth center wasn't an option for me - but we were very fortunate to have good nurses, an awesome OBGYN and a good hospital experience - I've thought about taking cookies up to the nurses on the birthing floor this year when Goose turns 2 - his birth was rather traumatic for me, but it's all good now and 99% of my nurses were wonderful!

    Happy Birthday to your little one - both of your girls are beautiful (Stephanie is too!)

  3. Don't underestimate the importance of being that man while your wife is in labor. I know you know that... It would have been impossible for me without my husband.

    Can I have the cheesecake recipe?

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