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An Entrance Only Superman Could Make: Welcome Mr. Avery Clark Allen

Yup, Mr. Avery Clark Allen arrived early just as I expected he would. He came flying into this world on June 11th 2015.

NOPE, I’M SERIOUS…he came out so fast that I didn’t have time to even get my I.V.

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W's Birth Story

Birth stories…they seem to be a newer and personal story that more and more people are taking part in. I’m joining that band wagon, today. Over the past year and a half, as I began researching the natural realm of reproduction and birth, I noticed that so many women, and men, had a birth story they wanted to share. 2,509 more words

Children

Are You a Good Candidate for a VBAC?

If you’re anything like me and you were traumatised by your C-Section and extremely disappointed that you could not birth naturally, then this is for you! 636 more words

Parenting

ON BEING EXCLUDED FROM THE CLUB

ON BEING EXCLUDED FROM THE CLUB

Originally published March 9, 2015

Mommy Wars.

It’s almost impossible not to get caught up in them. Before you even conceive, you’re already on one side or the other on a multitude of issues you may not have even thought were that big a deal – but will define you as a parent. 762 more words

Labouring in love and birthing your baby!

When it comes to the subject of child birth, it is a topic that really could be spoken about almost endlessly. There are so many big decisions to make surrounding giving birth… 2,866 more words

Resources

Jada's Birth Story.

Dear Friends,

I’m finally getting around to writing Jada’s birth story on her one month birthday. I’ll call it my maternity leave from blogging to make myself feel a bit better about quite a lengthy absence. 1,304 more words

GRATITUDE

Choosing Your Health Care Provider

Choosing your health care provider during your pregnancy is essential to achieving the birth that you hope for. Your care provider should be someone who supports your decisions and respects your decisions and not try to convince you or manipulate you to do something that they think you should do. 569 more words

Childbirth