A birth educator is taking on the challenge of being the first to teach an entire class of women about the importance of having a healthy pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding.
Theresa R. Johnson, an OB/GYN and professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, is the co-founder of the program, “What’s the Best Way to Have a Baby?”
The first class of 20 women is scheduled to begin at the end of May.
It is aimed at pregnant women who want to have babies, but want to be able to learn about childbirth at home, instead of going to a hospital or doctor.
Johnson said the program is meant to help women who feel they are not prepared for a healthy birth.
“A lot of women feel like they are unprepared for having a baby and not prepared to go through with having a child, and they’re really not ready to start a family,” she said.
“If you want to get pregnant, you want it to be safe.
You want to learn to nurse, you need to be comfortable.
And you want the most natural way possible to have a baby.
It’s important that you have a good understanding of the risks and the rewards of having the baby, and the benefits of having it.”
A baby nurse for lifeThe class is aimed to teach the women that having a safe, healthy pregnancy and breastfeeding is essential for them to thrive, Johnson said.
She said it is not about the money or the perks, but about making sure women are able to be fully present with their babies during the first month.
In addition to being a childbirth educator and a breastfeeding educator, Johnson is also a birthing nurse for the last 15 years.
She is a birther, who believes that humans are born with a unique ability to make babies from their DNA.
That ability, called the hypo-birthing reflex, is activated by the oxytocin released in a woman’s milk.
That oxytocine, like most hormones, has an estrogenic effect on the body.
If the hormone is elevated in the blood, it can cause some women to become pregnant.
In some cases, that can cause birth defects.
In order to learn more about the birth and breastfeeding process, Johnson teaches a class called “Pregnancy 101” every day.
“I do that because I love teaching and because I want to teach women that it’s important to be active and active with their bodies and their bodies are important to our bodies,” she told the station.
“And we have to be ready.
If we don’t know what to do, we are going to die.”
To help make sure women have the knowledge they need to know about their bodies, Johnson has been working on a series of books that will be available online and in stores.
“It’s very exciting because we’re taking on this very serious responsibility,” she added.
“We want to help the women who are really struggling to make it.”
Johnson said she hopes to have 20 to 25 women enroll in the classes this year.
She is also working on another program that would teach pregnant women the difference between healthy, natural breastfeeding and breastfeeding with artificial feeding devices.
Johnson’s husband, Robert, is a registered nurse.
The couple met while teaching at a women’s health center.
They now have a son.
The Johnsons said they hope the classes will be a way for people to be educated about how to do their own health care and to help other women make decisions that will benefit them and their families.
“For us, it’s very important that we can help women understand how the baby is doing in their body, so that they can decide for themselves whether or not they want to continue with the pregnancy,” Robert Johnson said in an interview.
“It’s not about money or anything like that.
It just helps them to be better.”