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Home New mothers, from left to right, Spc. Sandra Keys, Spc. Connie Ramirez, Army spouse Melissa Wickland and Spc. Alaycia Pagan-Rivera, all Centering Pregnancy participants at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, returned to BACH for a postpartum Centering Pregnancy reunion Sept. 6. The women shared their pregnancy journeys together in the hospital’s Centering Pregnancy program and reunited to show off their babies and share their birth stories. Centering Pregnancy is an alternative prenatal care method offered at select Army hospitals and medical centers. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Yager) New mothers, from left to right, Spc. Sandra Keys, Spc. Connie Ramirez, Army spouse Melissa Wickland and Spc. Alaycia Pagan-Rivera, all Centering Pregnancy participants at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, returned to BACH for a postpartum Centering Pregnancy reunion Sept. 6. The women shared their pregnancy journeys together in the hospital's Centering Pregnancy program and reunited to show off their babies and share their birth stories. Centering Pregnancy is an alternative prenatal care method offered at select Army hospitals and medical centers. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Yager)

New mothers, from left to right, Spc. Sandra Keys, Spc. Connie Ramirez, Army spouse Melissa Wickland and Spc. Alaycia Pagan-Rivera, all Centering Pregnancy participants at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, returned to BACH for a postpartum Centering Pregnancy reunion Sept. 6. The women shared their pregnancy journeys together in the hospital’s Centering Pregnancy program and reunited to show off their babies and share their birth stories. Centering Pregnancy is an alternative prenatal care method offered at select Army hospitals and medical centers. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Yager)

New mothers, from left to right, Spc. Sandra Keys, Spc. Connie Ramirez, Army spouse Melissa Wickland and Spc. Alaycia Pagan-Rivera, all Centering Pregnancy participants at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, returned to BACH for a postpartum Centering Pregnancy reunion Sept. 6. The women shared their pregnancy journeys together in the hospital's Centering Pregnancy program and reunited to show off their babies and share their birth stories. Centering Pregnancy is an alternative prenatal care method offered at select Army hospitals and medical centers. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Yager)

New mothers, from left to right, Spc. Sandra Keys, Spc. Connie Ramirez, Army spouse Melissa Wickland and Spc. Alaycia Pagan-Rivera, all Centering Pregnancy participants at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, returned to BACH for a postpartum Centering Pregnancy reunion Sept. 6. The women shared their pregnancy journeys together in the hospital’s Centering Pregnancy program and reunited to show off their babies and share their birth stories. Centering Pregnancy is an alternative prenatal care method offered at select Army hospitals and medical centers. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Yager)

BACH Centering Pregnancy participants meet September 6th  to show off their babies and share their birth stories during a Centering Pregnancy reunion. Centering Pregnancy is a prenatal care method that combines traditional one-on-one health assessments, interactive learning and community support. Spouses and partners may also attend the group sessions to learn and offer support as pregnant women connect and learn about pregnancy, labor and delivery and life with a new baby. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Yager)