Pregnancy and Birth

Noah’s Birth: mother declined interventions and birthed her way

Hello again friends!   I do enjoy our weekly "visits" here on the blog. Perhaps you'd like to hear the story of my first birth, and how I declined interventions in the hospital? That experience set the stage for me choosing to have unassisted births in the future, so the story has a special place… Continue reading Noah’s Birth: mother declined interventions and birthed her way

Pregnancy and Birth

Remarkable footling breech and triple cord birth story

UCBirth Story of Amelia Jane Footling Breech, triple wrap cord 8/18/17 3:10pm 5lb6oz 19" Baby #9 40w4d I woke up to contractions at 3am on the morning of the 18th. After trying to sleep through them and switching positions to no ease I knew they were "flashback to my last labor, these are real contractions".… Continue reading Remarkable footling breech and triple cord birth story

Pregnancy and Birth

An amazing but fast labor leading to the denial of a birth

Guest blogger My name is Beautiful Dunn. I'm 32 years old with 3 children, 2 boys and 1 girl (Amory-age 5, Atlas-age 3, Autumn-age 18 months). Married 10 years this December to an amazing husband named Clayton who assisted in the birth and caught our 2 fbac babies at home. I'm fairly crunchy and enjoy… Continue reading An amazing but fast labor leading to the denial of a birth

Pregnancy and Birth

Our birth story: Stephanie LeBoeuf

For many the thought of going unassisted doesn't cross their mind. For others it is the best decision they make. Going unassisted allows you to have as little or as much prenatal care as you would like. It allows you to have the freedom to birth in any position you'd like and to wait until… Continue reading Our birth story: Stephanie LeBoeuf