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Repeat After Me: “I am Enough”

Hey you! Yes, you…the one who replays decisions you made during your birth over and over again. The one who ponders the “what if’s” when you’re alone in bed at night. The one who wants/wishes for a do-over birth so […]

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Some Facts About Cesarean Birth that You Won’t Find in Most Books

1) It IS still a birth, a rite of passage, a life-altering transition. It is the birth of a mother, father, baby, and family, not just a surgical procedure.  2) Moms who birth by cesarean did not take the easy way […]

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A More Realistic Term Than “Due Date”

Did you know that only 4% of women give birth on their due date? In fact, the average gestation for a first time mom to birth her baby is 41 weeks and 3 days. Thinking about a “due date” makes […]

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PSA For People Attending a Birth – The Etiquette of Labor Land

Birth has a very definitive set of etiquette, some of which is quite different than that which you would find in normal social interactions.  Many people wonder what is ok to do and say at a birth, especially if they […]

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Blindsided After Birth

“Birth is a rite of passage!”  “You will never forget the day you gave birth!”  “Spend as much time preparing for your birth as you did for your wedding!”  We’ve all heard about the importance of birth…choosing the right care […]

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