Cristen Pascucci, left; her son Henry, 2, and Sarah Wylie VanMeter posed at VanMeter's home in Lexington on Thursday. Both volunteer at ImprovingBirth.org, which helps women make informed birthing decisions.
Cristen Pascucci, left; her son Henry, 2, and Sarah Wylie VanMeter posed at VanMeter's home in Lexington on Thursday. Both volunteer at ImprovingBirth.org, which helps women make informed birthing decisions. Herald-Leader
Cristen Pascucci, left; her son Henry, 2, and Sarah Wylie VanMeter posed at VanMeter's home in Lexington on Thursday. Both volunteer at ImprovingBirth.org, which helps women make informed birthing decisions. Herald-Leader

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