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Having a baby where?!

What better place else then in the comfort of my own home. Yes, that’s correct, at home.

A lot of you are probably wondering why on earth would you want a home birth. 513 more words

Josiah's fast and furious arrival

The days leading up to Josiah’s arrival were just like any other day. Hanging out around the house with my mom, (who was staying with us to make sure she didn’t miss his birth), taking care of our two year old daughter Kailani, going on daily walks, and doing my best to keep busy and keep my mind off of the upcoming due date. 4,040 more words

Birth Without Fear

I love labor 

I absolutely loved labor with Jenson, I was so excited to do it again with Emie, I didn’t feel anxious or stressed at all in the lead up and couldn’t wait to do it again, I put a lot of pressure on myself in hindsight for it to be smooth and for my labor to be like Jenson’s when each and every one is different. 461 more words

A Birth Story, Part One

To begin the story of Josie’s birth, I should fill you in on the weeks prior to her birth.  We knew we wanted to deliver at home again, but we wanted to look into just renting a pool on our own and using our doctor.   754 more words


'One Of The Finest Cubans Money Can Buy' | #BB Soap Box Score Ep aired 3/9/2016

On Wednesday, March 9 the Bold and the Beautiful® the actress Lindsay Godfrey playing Caroline Spencer Forrester Forrester broke new ground on daytime TV as a water birth (or re-creation thereof!) shown with a Duma & her midwife delivering Caroline’s baby from the bottom and behind her body.   277 more words


Go Get Censored!!!

It’s inevitable…. posting images of child birth are going to be revered, judged, reported and then torn down from the online social media world. There is so much to consider as a birth photographer, holding the rights to your images, but not always the right to share the story. 416 more words


Water Birth

Water birth was the hot discussion topic during Club BUMP, following a Zumba4BUMP class in Witney recently. On hand to answer the group of mums-to-be questions was Ethel Burns, a midwife for over 30 years and lecturer at Oxford Brookes University. 782 more words