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Eh honestly when giving birth I was not worried about how "posh" my delivery room was. I was there to give birth, didnt care much about anything else but that.
I think she got ripped off, I'm in Kentucky and my birthing room was much prettier than that for far less money.
Huh, I was expecting something fancier than what the pictures showed, for that much money. I definitely prefer my birth experience. My son was born in a gorgeous Victorian house-turned-freestanding birth center, and we (my son, my fiance and I) were back home and sleeping in our comfy bed a few hours after he was born. Later that evening my parents brought Chinese food from my favorite restaurant and a gorgeous (and delicious!) chocolate cake for dinner that night. Can't beat that! :)
My hair and make up team lol JK ... just good staff!
I think if I had all that money my main concern would be the level of care and not how fancy the room was.
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