Great Pictures of VBAC Home Water Birth, 9 lb 12 oz

August 11, 2012

Sent in by Sara Durso… “I just wanted to share with our awesome community! Finn was born on June 6, 2012 [National Home Birth Day!] at home in the water. He was 40+4 and 9 lbs and 12 oz, 22 inches long. He is our third baby, second VBAC. Photos are Copyright by Kim Stadler Photography.”

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Birthday Celebration of a VBAC

July 31, 2012

So last night, I get this email from the beautiful Mae Burke, “Tomorrow is my friend, Chelsea’s, baby girl’s birthday. Her first was an unneccesarian, and the second was an HBAC. January, every single day she got on BWF, scowering the pages for info.” So I of course click on the links she sent me […]

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What Does a VBAC Look Like?

June 7, 2012

‘K’ sent me her “I Am Not Broken‘ VBAC picture which I shared here. She recently sent in more ‘graphic’ photos to show what a VBAC can really look like. Having birthed three babies vaginally after 2 cesareans myself, I know what an amazing feeling this moment is. A VBAC birth is… Bloody! Squishy! The […]

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Accidental Unassisted VBAC after an Inverted T Incision

May 28, 2012

Our first child, Emelie, was born January 19, 2007. It was an amazing experience, the best experience of my life up to that point. It was fairly quick and easy for a first baby, lasting only about 5 hours, but it was pretty intense. In the end, though it was awesome, there were a few […]

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VBA2C at 42+6 Weeks

May 22, 2012

“You’ve got to give a little, take a little, And let your poor heart break a little. That’s the story of, that’s the glory of love.” To tell the story of Bunni Larue, I have to give a little background.  The stories of Sylvia Joleigh and Justus Brooks are condensed but will give an idea […]

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Mom Helps ‘Catch’ Her Own Baby in a Hospital Birth

May 5, 2012

“My first two children were born at 36 weeks and went straight to the NICU. My firstborn was a c-section and my second was a VBAC with an epidural.  I blame his NICU stay on complications from the late epidural.  My third son was born this past September and I desperately wanted nothing more than […]

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A VBA2C Home Birth Transfer to Hospital, Waters Broken and Stall in Labor

January 17, 2012

There are so many things I want to write about when it comes to my pregnancy and birth. I think a lot of these things are keeping me from finishing my birth story. I created a document for it the night Maris was born, and I’ve been picking away at it for the past almost […]

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January 4, 2012

“I delivered my second daughter on December 18, my due date and her older sister’s second birthday! We started the birth at home and was planning on delivering there, but complications in pushing took landed me in the hospital. Thanks to the ride there, I was able to have the VBAC I wanted – six […]

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Home Birth After 2 Cesareans (HBA2C), Baby Born in the Caul

January 4, 2012

Angus’ Birth Story by Jenna Roberts Home birth after two C-sections 9th of October 2011 3.95 kilos Lucas My first son was born via planned C-section a day before his EDD. I developed pre-eclampisa and he was posterior. I didn’t know at the time that both of these issues did not make a c-section necessary, […]

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