Well written, weighty posts varying from breastfeeding statistics to personal experiences make up the bulk of this PA doula's blog. The blogger also brightens up the page with some great family pictures, as well as maternal themed paintings.
Nancy Rust Birth Doulahttp://www.nancyrustdoula.com/blog
All of the delicious looking recipes might make you hungry enough to forget you are reading a doula's blog. Luckily there are also some great posts about this blogger's personal childbirth experience, as well as more general topics such the pressure to lose baby weight after birth, and the effects of sleep deprivation.
Beer + Bubs, A Birth Blog for Blokeshttp://www.beerandbubs.com.au/cheers-to-child-birth/
This Australian blog is targeted towards men. Some of the helpful tips include how to get a woman to the hospital without a car, and what to expect during the first few weeks with a newborn.
This is a great blog for anyone in the Atlanta, GA area, due to the vast listings of local classes and resources. Luckily for readers out of the area, this blog is also full of great tips and thoughts about childbirth planning and preparation, as well as information about what happens after the baby has arrived.
A Woman's Designhttp://www.awomansdesign.com/a-womans-design-blog.html
Though somewhat sporadically updated, this bog still has valuable, in-depth posts. Read about the issues surrounding inducement, as well as some personal thoughts about the importance of breastfeeding.
Bloomington Area Birth Serviceshttp://bloomingtonbirth.org/blog/
Heartwarming is the word that comes to mind when reading this blog, with poems and quotes about love for one's child. There are also quite helpful tips, such as the the safest sunscreen, and postpartum preparation advice.
Two Bee Birth Serviceshttp://www.twobeebirthservices.com/blog/
Out of Athens, GA, this blog offers a great list of local resources and events, as well as more general information for readers in any location. Some notable subjects include thoughts about patient responsibility, and how to plan a family centered cesarean.