• Margot’s Birth Story – Part I
  • I Am Strong – Cesarean Birth After Neonatal Loss
  • The Healing Home Birth of Baby Lucas
  • Jyn’s 8th Baby {Hospital Waterbirth}
  • A Mother Will Overcome {I Am Strong}
  • Healing Hospital VBAC Picture
  • Mothering the Mother, Part III: Postpartum Plan {now, with kittens}
  • 10 Tips to Plan a Blessingway
  • Special Needs Baby: Our Tracheostomy Journey {I am Strong}
  • Homebirth Filled with Patience and Love {Water Birth & Cord Burning}

Infertility, Twins, and Family {I Am Strong}

July 29, 2014

I am strong because I went through 4 years of infertility, the last 2 of those years were filled with fertility treatments.I am strong because on one of my first fertility treatments I saw the much anticipated faint pink line. I am strong because on the same day that I saw and photographed this line […]

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Stopping the Cycle of Abuse {I Am Strong}

July 28, 2014

My name is Ashley, I am 30 years old, and I am strong.I am strong because I was 16 when I became pregnant with my first child. I am strong because I chose to keep him instead of giving him up for adoption.I am strong because I stayed in school, worked part time to pay […]

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Overcoming Anxiety, Depression and Addiction {I Am Strong}

July 28, 2014

Hi my name is Bailey, I am 22 year old new mother. Here is my story: I am strong because I have struggled with anxiety, depression and addiction since I was a teenager. I am strong because I can admit that. I am strong because when I found out I was pregnant at 21 years […]

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When is Being a Mother Going to Be Enough?

July 24, 2014

The short answer is, it always has been.Mothers, we have the hardest and most important job. It’s that simple and true. That job alone is monumental, ever changing, priceless and too great to put in a status update. It’s THAT big. On top of this, we work, serve, sleep little, support our spouses, and take on […]

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And Baby Makes 9 {HBA4C In Australia}

July 12, 2014

“I thought you might be interested in my HBA4C from last year. I have 9 children with 3 vaginal births, 4 cesareans, hospital VBA4C and a HBA4C. I’ve experienced many ups and downs during my labours and births. I am committed to sharing my birth stories to help give others strength and confidence that they […]

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A Birth Story of an {Emergency} C-Section

July 10, 2014

Thursday August 29th started out like any other ordinary day. I woke up around 9am and did my usual morning routine, did some laundry, got gas and washed my car with one of my girlfriends and also went out for ice cream. I made Chris a nice dinner (which please don’t think I’m super wife […]

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Plan Your Baby Moments {Baby’s First Year}

July 7, 2014

I recently posted about this new rad camera Canon sent me. Check it out here. I am an iPhone picture taker, but having this on hand has been a game changer! Canon Canada is releasing a new app to help parents capture sweet memories of baby’s first year! This time is such a flies by so quickly, that it’s easy […]

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Natural Hospital Birth {Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome}

July 7, 2014

This is the birth story of my son Sawyer Emerson Karli. It is a story about standing up for myself, even when, especially when, things don’t go exactly as planned.  My husband and I had talked about wanting to have children early in our relationship.  It was something we both really wanted and I wasn’t […]

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The Births of 2 Miracle Babies {2 Preemies, 2 NICU stays, 1 Strong Mother}

July 7, 2014

In 2009, at the age of 18 as a senior in high school, I found out I was pregnant. I remember taking five pregnancy tests in the bathroom of the restaurant I worked in because I couldn’t believe it was true. Over the next few months, we began to prepare for our unexpected bundle of joy. […]

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Breastfeeding and the Workplace

June 26, 2014

***When I wrote my piece on community support and its effect on breastfeeding, we had a huge request for a follow up piece about breastfeeding and the workplace. So mamas – here it is!*** Breastfeeding in today’s social climate is sometimes an uphill battle. Not only do we encounter booby traps from the media and […]

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