When my husband and I made the decision that I would train as a childbirth educator in 1999, it was a gut decision.  I loved birth and I knew I wanted to work with expectant families. We figured it would be a great way for me to make a little extra money while staying home with our baby. Somehow we scrapped together the money (over $2000) and I flew to a training at a nice hotel excited about my new career path. My excitement for birth didn’t leave, but my excitement for the program I chose quickly died.    When I attended the training IRead More →