Michelle Kennedy Hogan is a freelance writer, editor, and mother. As a writer for the last 20 years, she has published articles and essays in publications like The New York Times, The Christian Science Monitor, Redbook, Family Circle, and many more. Michelle has written on many topics, but she specializes in pregnancy and childbirth.
Michelle is the author of 15 books including the best-selling memoir, Without a Net: Middle Class and Homeless (With Kids) in America.
Michelle's other books include:
You can view the full list of Michelle's titles on Amazon.com.
Pregnancy and Childbirth Expertise
Michelle is an expert in pregnancy and childbirth.
Doula and Midwife
She spent nine years training, studying, and attending home births as a doula and traditional midwife. She has taken many classes, workshops and trainings to further her knowledge on the various facets of pregnancy and birth.
Childbirth Instructor and Lactation Coach
Michelle has also taught many childbirth classes and helped couples understand just what happens before, during and after baby arrives. Her expertise as a lactation consultant has also helped many new moms figure out breastfeeding and get started on a solid, but gentle path.
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