• A Story Of Empowered Birthing
  • Birth Without Fear’s ‘Why’…
  • Our Story {Cleft Palate & Hypoplasia}
  • Our Twin Miracles
  • My Hospital Home Birth
  • Supportive Home Water Birth In Pictures
  • Birth Of Elsie {Homebirth Story With Siblings}
  • The Birth of Sicily Rose {Postpartum Hemorrhage, Vanishing Twin Syndrome}
  • Glowing Pregnant Mama with a Beach Backdrop
  • A Doula’s Empowering Birth Story

Healing Through Birth

November 12, 2014

I’m writing this in hopes that it will help with my healing. It’s been two months since my son came into this world and I feel like my story needs to be shared. A little back story: My husband and I got married at the ripe old age of 20 after only dating for a […]

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Birth Without Fear 2015 {Coming Your Way}

November 11, 2014

This year was amazing. Nine Birth Without Fear events and two other speaking engagements kept us busy! We thought maybe we would slow down in 2015, but after the amazing experiences this year, there’s no way we can…or want to. We want to meet more of you! To inspire you and be inspired ourselves. Here is […]

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Finally, Relief! {A Painful Pregnancy, Spinal Injury}

November 6, 2014

This is Tammy’s story. May 13, 2011 (Friday the 13th), I picked up my two children from school, (ages 7 and 4) and was a block away from my home when I was in a terrible accident. I was rushed to the ER where they found I had a collapsed spine, and I underwent surgery. […]

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PKU Pregnancy {I Am Strong}

November 5, 2014

{by Laura} For as long as I can remember I was was told I couldn’t have children, due to having phenylketonuria or PKU. This means my body cannot digest protein, allowing raw protein to go into my blood stream. I was told if I were to ever get pregnant I have a very large risk […]

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Power, Love And Grace of a Peaceful Homebirth

October 31, 2014

I would like to share my video of my homebirth of Dorothy, born in May of 2014, weighing in at 10lbs. 7 oz. I have overcome a lot of adversity with both of my pregnancies and deliveries.  With my first birth at home everyone I talked to about homebirth would trash the idea telling me, […]

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Unassisted Homebirth of a Baby Girl

October 31, 2014

Amanda Rogowski shares the story of her second daughter’s birth – a beautiful and empowering unassisted birth at home.  I decided to have an unassisted birth before I even had children. I have always believed in women’s abilities and intuition. I remember trying to tell my husband, Krzys, with our first pregnancy, and he thought […]

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Emergency C-Section Picture {Husband Support in the OR}

October 29, 2014

My second born son, Ryder, was brought into the world via emergency c-section due to low fluid and complications at 34 weeks gestational age- 6 weeks premature. I went in for a routine appointment and ultrasound around 9am the morning of October 5, 2011. He was not moving or responding to outside stimulation, his heart […]

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Teaching Strength {I Am Strong}

October 29, 2014

I am strong because I got pregnant when my son was 10 months old. I am strong because it was after a miscarriage and I spent my entire first trimester in fear of losing this baby too. I am strong because I planned to birth at a birthing center. I am strong because after only […]

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Margot’s Birth Story – {Part II}

October 21, 2014

Well, this story takes off where Part I ended. In Part I, I recounted the story of my daughter Margot’s birth – an intervention-free natural water birth, which was far and wide the most profound and empowering experience of my life. I had an iron will and a driven outlook on a woman’s body’s capability […]

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The Story Of My Birth Without Fear

October 21, 2014

To say I wasn’t the slightest bit afraid would be a lie. I had mentally prepared myself the past nine months to be brave and not doubt my strength or be afraid of what was to come.  But there was still this little itch deep in the back of my mind telling me I should […]

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