Post Partum

Sibling Reaction to Placenta…Oh my!

February 4, 2012

Katherine sent in this picture that Lynsey Stone caught of her children reacting to seeing the placenta (bottom right). So funny.

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The Heart Shaped Placenta

February 2, 2012

Placentas are on my mind. Why you ask? Well, this will explain it and this will show you how rad placentas are. I agree that placentas can be a little ‘gross’ to look at if you can’t handle looking at blood or any other human organ. That’s what it is…a life sustaining organ that is […]

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The Rad Placenta

February 2, 2012

I was recently banned from posting on BWF and personally on Facebook for this placenta picture taken by Seana. I was also warned that next time, pages and profiles might be deleted. There is nothing stating in any Facebook policies that organs are violating any rules. We all know there are many obscene pictures that […]

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The Unique Shape of a Mother

January 20, 2012

Today’s awesome blog post can be seen over at Plus Size Mommy Memoirs. That’s right, my first guest blog post! I love Jen and all she stands for. A bright, beautiful, positive woman spreading that light on anyone she can. Now go read the post. Did I mention it’s awesome? I wanted to keep it!

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Stretch Marks: Wear Them With Pride!

January 19, 2012

“I got horrible stretch marks with my first pregnancy, and after my son was born I went through several months of self-loathing because of them. Finally one day when he was about 6 months old I decided enough was enough. I wrote a poem, took a picture of my scarred tummy and posted it to […]

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Awesome Video Shows 3rd Stage of Labor and Post Birth at Home

January 6, 2012

What happens after a baby is born at home? Betsy sent me her video put together by One Tree Photography to show what it is like after baby is born at home. She says… “This film is of the birth of my third baby. She was born in June. My first birth was a hospital […]

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