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I Am Strong Because I am Doing What I Feel is Right {An Extended Breastfeeding Journey}

September 4, 2013

I had my first baby when I was 24 years old. From the moment I got pregnant I had made the decision that I wasn’t going to breastfeed. My reasons were selfish, but when my son was 2 months old, I regretted that decision and I suddenly felt so heartbroken that I did not nurse […]

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Twins Born Naturally in a Hospital {One Breech} and Breastfeeding Twins!

September 4, 2013

I am a mom of 3. I got pregnant with my twins while on the 5 year IUD. When I found out I was pregnant, I already had a baby girl that just turned 1. Finding out I was pregnant was a shock and at 11 weeks finding out I was having twins was a […]

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The Birth of Archer {Fast, Intense, and Beautiful}

September 4, 2013

38 weeks, 4 days 5:53am Wake up from a few hours sleep. POP. Gush. There goes my water. “Honey, throw me a towel, my water is breaking…HONEY, WAKE UP…throw me a towel. No, under my bum, not on my stomach. My water broke.” 5:55am BAM. Contraction. Okay, time to get up. That was strong. David […]

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Facebook Removes Post about Breastfeeding {Discrimination on Women and Families}

August 29, 2013

This picture and story were shared on Birth Without Fear Facebook and received a lot of love. Unfortunately it was reported and removed by Facebook, even though it does not violate their Terms of Service. It is a beautiful story of a mother helping another mother. {Stacy} I am currently working on my certification to […]

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Birth of New Parents – Photo Story of Adoption

August 24, 2013

This has got to be one of the most touching stories I’ve ever heard. Sebastian was born on June 20. When he was 4 days old some unfortunate circumstances arose and his parents were no longer able to care for him. Unless a family stepped forward immediately to adopt him, he would be going into the […]

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Food Budgets and Meal Planning {Challanges of Motherhood}

August 17, 2013

Food. It’s important (just a little) and we all have to buy it. Most of us have to cook it as well (or at least make sure someone in the house cooks it). But when a family sits down to budget – or figure out where the money went – we can usually plan on […]

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The Blood, Sweat, and Tears Needed for Birth Without Fear: Mr. BWF’s Take

August 16, 2013

Birth Without Fear has become more than just a mere Facebook page, and much more than a simple blog. It has become a juggernaut of pregnancy/birthing/postpartum support for all women that has never before existed, an actual movement of women believing that giving birth, no matter the methods or the outcome, is indeed a blessing […]

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Milk! {A Story of Oversupply}

August 7, 2013

This is my third BWF post about breastfeeding. Previously, I wrote about an ad campaign depicting it as sexy and about how my husband supported me through nursing our son; today I’m sharing the things I learned from having an oversupply of milk. I wrote this story in December 2012 and have since birthed our […]

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The Skinny Mom: Does She Think She’s Better Than You?

August 6, 2013

“When my daughter was about a week old I was at the grocery store and a woman asked how old my baby was, I told her one week with a smile. Her response was “well you don’t look like you f***ing had a baby a week ago.” and turned and walked away from me. It […]

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Finally a Diagnosis {Endometriosis: A Series}

August 4, 2013

I got my first period when I was nine years old. I had no idea what was happening to me because no one had explained menstrual cycles to me yet. But why would they?? I was nine, for Pete’s sake!! I had to have my period explained to me by the school nurse because it […]

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