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Unless I labour Spontaneously (or already have!)

I’m  writing this at 35+3 but plan on scheduling it for January. I fully plan on attempting VBAC (we have the choice here that after one c-section, we can have electives ever after even if there is no medical need), but have decided on an elective section if I reach term plus 12. 267 more words

Waiting Game

New Bristol VBAC/HBAC Peer Support Group in Windmill Hill

A Bristol VBAC/HBAC Peer Support Group for mums and mums-to-be who have either recently experienced or who are planning a VBAC/HBAC, has recently been set up by local mum, Jenny Clarke. 442 more words

Bristol

17 Weeks - Baby #2

So I’m behind a week, I’ll actually be 18 weeks tomorrow! Seriously the time has been flying now!

This past week has been a busy one with work, a bridal show and a wedding! 348 more words

Mommy To Be

Fourth Trimester

I should preface this by stating I wrote this for a local doula’s blog. Cheers. 

I can still smell the clary-sage, the fenugreek and pots of soup like it was yesterday and a lifetime ago all at once. 704 more words

Motherhood

30 Weeks 4 Days - 2nd Pregnancy

Wrote this on time and never posted it… 

How far along? 30 weeks 4 days…. It’s hard to believe that I am in the 30’s now! 1,373 more words

Luka's Birth Story

This post is mostly for me… and maybe the 2-3 friends of mine who are doulas and interested in this kind of thing.  Dad, you definitely don’t want to read it.. 1,353 more words

Family

Is Your Provider VBAC Supportive?

As a doula, I’ve helped almost 200 couples achieve their goal of a having a VBAC (vaginal birth after a cesarean).  From those experiences, I have determined that If you are planning a VBAC, the MOST important thing you can do is have a supportive provider.   463 more words

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