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Having a Baby in Dordrecht

An expat in Dordrecht wrote, "Make sure you find a midwife that works well for you and your family.

Never hesitate to ask as many questions as you like. The more educated you are, the better.

There are a lot of great resources here for first-time moms.

If you're an expat here, try to get connected with other m" (Read More)

Having a Baby in Nieuwegein

Another expat in Nieuwegein advised, "Make sure you write a birth plan and discuss it with your midwife at about wk35. They don't normally do that here in the Netherlands but my midwife thought it was a great idea and was very happy that I did it. She then put the info in my records so that everyone taking care of me knew exactly what I" (Read More)

Having a Baby in Eindhoven

An expat living in Eindhoven commented, "To contact me as I now help ladies in the greater Eindhoven area with a consult of 2 hours to explain about "Having a baby in the Netherlands".

The correct info is vital to having a positive birth! There is a super doula and a super childbirth educator too." (Read More)

Having a Baby in Leiden

An expat in Leiden wrote, "Try not to worry about labor pain. You will get through it even without an epidural!" (Read More)

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