In our culture, many of us grew up watching tv and movies that depict labor coping as limited to a woman panting and screaming for drugs. 1,769 more words
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"It took courage to fight for what I knew was best for me and my baby." Ellie’s homebirth after caesarean (HBAC)
After an emergency caesarean birth with her daughter following a failed induction due to suspected oligohydramnios (deficiency of amniotic fluid), Ellie knew she wanted her VBAC birth in November 2015 to be somewhere she felt comfortable and safe, at home. 1,521 more words
Today, I am going to talk a taboo subject. Taboo for a reason I ignore. I wish I had known about it when I had my first baby. 1,639 more words
So I’ve wanted to write about my experience when I went into labour and gave birth to my first duaghter, khaleesi, for a while now. I’ve been putting it off as it really is a long post, especially if everyone wants me to include as much detail as possible. 2,113 more words
Did or do you struggle with your baby sleep? If this is the case, let’s read an old story that is all about swaddling.
If your baby was or is born in the hospital, chances are she will be swaddled at some point but not when she is given to you. 1,167 more words