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First full-term Birth: Scarlet

Scarlet is our first daughter who was born into this world July 1st 2013. She was 40 weeks when she was induced because her size was too small according to the doctors and they feared my body was not a healthy environment for her to grow and 40 weeks was the max time they recommended her to be inside my womb. 452 more words

Motherhood

Canyon's Birth Story

Written May 27, 2018

Happy birthday Canyon! Today is your actual date of birth.

This time last year I was getting my blood pressure checked at Fred Meyer, which was closer than the midwife center and cheaper than purchasing a blood pressure cuff (free!). 1,102 more words

My Birth Story {Part Two - Giving Birth}

We were shown to room 8, it was a big room with a few cupboards etc and a bed/chair that looked like something out of fifty shades of grey taking pride of place in the centre of the room. 1,549 more words

Lifestyle

This is My Story`

In today’s world anybody has the power to influence other people. We are given so many platforms to be able to do this- its a gift. 2,309 more words

Parenting

My Birth Story {Part One - Induction}

Happy 1 month to our little munchkin!! After 4 whole amazing weeks of getting to know her, looking after her & getting into some sort of dysfunctional routine… I figured there’s no better time to share my birth story with you all! 1,026 more words

Lifestyle

7 things to consider when choosing your hospital

I love hospitals…said no one ever.

Personally, I hate hospitals. That weird smell that makes you think of a paracetamol and Izal mixed together (eww), the sometimes very visible signs of human suffering (I have been vomited on in the hospital) and let’s not forget problem that dragged me there in the first place. 911 more words

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Hayley's Story: The twin birth of Tobias and Maximus

On Saturday 10th March 18 I woke up at 6.45 am having a few niggly pains. I asked hubby to take the girls downstairs so I could have time alone to see what came of them. 941 more words

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