Mama Knows Best

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Mama Knows Best

by Hannah Shields

Who knew a routine follow-up pediatrician appointment would turn into a mother's worst nightmare, with Child Protective Services and armed police officers banging on the door. At 22 days old, baby Zephaniah, although symptom-free, tested positive with the flu. The unfortunate events that transpired revealed that doctors don't always know what's best, hospitals are not always the safest place to be, and that greed and politics motivate doctors to test, prescribe, and treat without parental consent or right reason. 

More and more parents are suffering from coercion and bullying tactics, and are being stripped of their constitutional right to make decisions for the health of their children. This mom is speaking up and telling others that mama knows best!

After a horrifying hospital experience with her newborn son, Hannah was motivated to speak out and share her story. She wants other parents to know their rights and that they are the best decision-makers when it comes to the health of their children. Hannah and her husband are raising their three rambunctious boys in Northern Idaho, where she spends her time teaching parents how to make their home the safest place to be. 

5.5"x8.5", 120 pages

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  • 5
    I needed this

    Posted by Kristyl Isaacson on 2nd Dec 2019

    Although Hannah's story starts with tragedy, It quickly transforms into a positive call to action for health, wellness and family protection. Hannah redirects her readers to self-think, fact check, ask questions, all while maintaining a non-shaming parental attitude , one in which I felt very empowered by the time I finished the book. Parents take their power back from corrupt medical systems and it starts here! Hannah is right, this is a grass roots movement that starts in the home! I absolutely loved this read and will be handing out copies to all my friends. Thank you Hannah Shields for sharing your story

  • 5
    I needed this

    Posted by Kristyl Isaacson on 2nd Dec 2019

    Although Hannah's story starts with tragedy, It quickly transforms into a positive call to action for health, wellness and family protection. Hannah redirects her readers to self-think, fact check, ask questions, all while maintaining a non-shaming parental attitude , one in which I felt very empowered by the time I finished the book. Parents take their power back from corrupt medical systems and it starts here! Hannah is right, this is a grass roots movement that starts in the home! I absolutely loved this read and will be handing out copies to all my friends. Thank you Hannah Shields for sharing your story