• And Baby Makes 9 {HBA4C In Australia}
  • A Birth Story of an {Emergency} C-Section
  • Plan Your Baby Moments {Baby’s First Year}
  • Natural Hospital Birth {Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome}
  • The Births of 2 Miracle Babies {2 Preemies, 2 NICU stays, 1 Strong Mother}
  • Breastfeeding and the Workplace
  • Morning Snuggles with Babies and Pets
  • A Natural Hospital Water Birth
  • Capturing Sweet Memories
  • Breastfeeding After Cancer {A Spiritual Journey of A Mother}

The Natural Hospital Birth of Sloane {A Birth Photographer’s Birth Story}

May 21, 2014

When people would ask me when I thought I would give birth to our baby girl I always guessed that I would have her one week early. However, as I got further along in my 3rd trimester, I was sure that I was going to make it to my due date or at least go […]

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Cesarean Birth Trauma and then VBAC {2 Stories}

May 15, 2014

My first birth C-section and disrespect. I never doubted my body’s ability to give birth. I guess that is why I didn’t think I needed to research my birth options. My mother gave birth vaginally, her mother, my other grandmother had 10 children vaginally, all the way back to my great great grandmother who had […]

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Like a Dragon: A Quick Home Birth

May 13, 2014

Mallory C. writes about the quick home birth of her daughter Alice Jessica. “I definitely complained a lot during my pregnancy. Let me tell ya, though, the birth of our daughter, the actual labor and delivery – I have no complaints. My water broke at 2am. Contractions didn’t start until 3:30. I finally woke up John […]

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I Am Strong {Breastfeeding in a Modern World}

May 7, 2014

I am strong because at 39 weeks and 1 day my son, Brendon was born. I am strong because I endured 24 hours of labor, and only dilated to 5cm and he still hasn’t dropped into the birthing canal. I am strong because after knowing I refused to have a cesarean section, my doctor told […]

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There’s No Place Like Home {Homebirth After Three Hospital Births}

May 6, 2014

“This is the story of the birth of my 4th child. My first home birth after 3 hospital births. To anyone having or planning on having a baby, I highly recommend homebirth as an option!  There is no place like home. There is no place like home! Being in your own space enables you to […]

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Healing Home Waterbirth After Traumatic Cesarean and Miscarriage

April 28, 2014

“This is the story of my Home VBAC Water Birth after a traumatic cesarean birth and a miscarriage. My story really begins with the birth of my first son. It is fairly lengthy, so I didn’t want to repeat the whole thing here. Some of what I will share will make more sense if you do […]

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I Am Strong {Premature Birth and 109 Days in NICU}

April 28, 2014

Nicole M. shares the story of her incredible strength and how she endured her daughter’s premature birth and early separation. “I am strong because after a traumatic birth experience with my son we still wanted to expand our family. I am strong because after the devastating loss of a pregnancy in 2011 we surprisingly found […]

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An Inspiring Natural {Hospital} Birth

April 28, 2014

A Birth Story. Warning: It May Take You Longer To Read This Than It Did For Me To Give Birth These are the facts you should know about me: I have had four children.  My first birth, a daughter, happened a month after my seventeenth birthday.  It was a hospital birth and while not a […]

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Peaceful Birth in the Alaskan Mountains

April 28, 2014

Rebecca M. writes, “I wanted to share my story, because your blog is what initially inspired me to give birth my way. I had my first little girl very young, in a hospital, medicated and hooked up to all kinds of equipment. IV in place, monitor on my belly, completely uncomfortable and unable to enjoy […]

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The Birth Story {PART 2}

April 16, 2014

{Read Part 1 Here} We headed for home anxious, excited, tired, and hungry. Because it was 10:30 now and we still had not eaten, we decided to stop at Sonic. Although it wasn’t the healthiest course of action, it was right off the interstate. We live in the country, it was honestly the last option […]

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