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My Birth Experience at Sunway Medical Centre

Baby Kieran was a breech baby. (NO it’s not because he was lazy to turn. NO it’s not because I didn’t exercise! Doctor did find out why but I am not ready to share it here so I will keep it to myself for now). 1,097 more words

Celebrations

Johara's Journey

It has been 18 days since Johara has joined James and I. On one hand, it seems like I just delivered her yesterday. When you’re sleep deprived, overwhelmed with joy and nipple pain (and taking care of a human freaking being of course), it is amazing how the day seems to slip away before you even get a handle on it. 1,452 more words

Birth

2016 Dallas Birth Photographer - K-Rae Images

Background and Birth Story

Since I was 15 years old, I volunteered in my church’s nursery. I have always had a soft spot for babies and seeing their little fingers and toes just puts a big smile on my face. 251 more words

K-Rae Images

The Tommy's Awards 2016 and why Maternity Matters

Last week I had the absolute honour and privilege of attending the Tommy’s Awards, where I was shortlisted for the Mum’s Voice award. Tommy’s is a charity very close to my heart, having been the first cause I chose to support following my experience of pre-eclampsia in my first pregnancy. 808 more words

Health

The one thing that has gone right

I recently realized that breastfeeding is the only part of having a child that I have easily mastered.

Trying to conceive naturally = epic disaster requiring serious medical intervention (IVF + ISCI) 197 more words

Is your Birth Experience still affecting you Today?

COSMIC VISION NEWS -2/26/16 Segment

Geoffrey West – Journalist & Anchor includes Health News on each of his shows.  Here is one of the health segments on his 2/26/16 newscast. 19 more words

Birth Experience

Preparing the Partner for Birth

When thinking of the partner’s role in childbirth, there are always tips and tricks you can learn to be “prepared.” But in all honesty, birth is not something that can be rehearsed and memorized. 1,085 more words

Lizz Brooks