Birthing Groups

Top 10 lame reasons for not multiplying (birthing) the group.

10. We're looking for quality, not quantity.

9. Why would we want new group input?

8. "Mulitpy?! Since we've started the reach out to the schitzophrenic's at the hospital I feel like we multiply every week!"

7. There won't be "seconds" on Sandra's cherry cheesecake!

6. Does't that leave strech marks?

5. I might have to give up my lazee boy chair for the cold steel fold up kind.

4. We don't need to; we only have about 20 people coming to our group.

3. Visitors, Smisitors

2. My children are to young to explain the "Birthing Process".

1. Birthing is just not my gift.

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