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J's Birth Story

J is my first baby and was something of a shock. I knew early on I wanted a home birth as I was scared of being in a hospital environment. 631 more words


Our Labor Letters To Ramsey

Labor was just the beginning and here are our letters we wrote for ours.


Brittany Elizabeth,

God is bigger than your labor.

I don’t say that to make your labor less than it is; not even close. 966 more words


MP Rahayu Mahzam gives birth to baby boy

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

This is the first child for the Member of Parliament who previously said she and her husband were seeking treatment in their bid to conceive. 228 more words

Current Affairs

On Photographing your Birth

I’ve written about this before in a post on regrets. I wanted a birth photographer, but in the end it was going to be too expensive to hire a professional and we didn’t know anyone I was comfortable enough letting into the delivery room (I’m weird that way… the closer someone is to me, the less comfortable I am showing them my vulnerability). 448 more words


The Birth of Jesus in Matt 1:18-25 (Part 2)

In this post, I wish to look at the first half of Matthew 1:18-25. In the previous post, I suggested that Matt. 1:18-25 could be divided into four sections, and we looked at sections 2 and 4 considered together; in this post, I wish to consider sections 1 and 2 together—that is, the 83 words of vs. 1,970 more words


Then there was you... Part 2

The day after Matthew was born I was moved from the labouring room into a single room. I felt quite lucky being allocated a room of my own, what with having so little privacy in the open wards. 624 more words


A Lifetime In A Day

A fresh dawn peeks over the shadowy horizon, and a new life is born. Commuting arteries flow with morning rush hour as birds, sirens, and endless chatter eclipse pre-dawn’s silence. 111 more words