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Real Birth: Matthew’s Scheduled Birth

Jan 13, 2013

Type of Birth: Scheduled cesarean Birth Location: Hospital Primary Care: OB On Friday, November 16, 2012, we welcomed our second child into the world. It was a scheduled cesarean section due to our daughter being born by c-section nearly two years ago. My original due date was November 19, 2012, but because of Thanksgiving being that same week and scheduled...

Real Birth: L’s Home Birth Arrival

Dec 30, 2012

Type of Birth: Vaginal, drug-free Birth Location: Home Primary Care: Midwife Eight months after our oldest son, E was born, I noticed I had started to feel exhausted. Sometimes I felt nauseated and, as I was still breastfeeding, I also noticed my milk production was getting low. At first I didn’t think anything of it since it was almost time for my...

Real Birth: Ryan’s Story

Dec 16, 2012

Type of Birth: Vaginal Location: Hospital Primary Care: Obstetrician I assumed that because I had given birth before, the second time around would be so much easier in so many ways. I would know the signs; I would know where to go, what to expect and everything would go according to plan. Well of course, it did not. My due date came and went with no sign of my...

Real Birth: Annabelle’s Arrival

Dec 9, 2012

Type of Birth: Vaginal, Unmedicated Birth Location: Hospital Primary Care: Midwife I was a bit beyond my estimated due date (40 weeks, four days) which was expected as I was a first time mama. I wasn’t too concerned, but everyone around me had ants in their pants. I had experienced some issues toward the end of my pregnancy involving high blood...

Real Birth: M’s Arrival

Dec 2, 2012

Type of birth: Vaginal Location: Hospital Primary Care: Obstetrician In the morning, four days before my due date, I felt a slight PMS-like pain. It was mild and barely noticeable, but I had a strong feeling the baby was coming soon. That whole day I was paying attention to my contractions but they weren’t uncomfortable or time-able until later that night;...

Real Birth: Allie’s Birth by VBAC

Nov 25, 2012

Type of Birth: VBAC Location: Home birth, transferred to hospital Primary Care: OB and Midwife Alexandra Joan was born on April 27, 2011 at 4:06 p.m., after 10 hours of labor (and WEEKS of pre-labor)! She was 7lbs 10oz and 20 inches long. I decided on a home birth VBAC (Vaginal Birth After C-section) because I didn’t feel like my doctors were supportive of...