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Real Af Labor & Delivery Vlog | Natural Birth With No Epidural! ��

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Giving Birth for the First Time | One Born Every Minute

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��Natural Birth of a BaBy in a LiVe ViDeO Humanized NATURAL DELIVERY labor ❤️

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Watch one mom give birth without pain medication, with help from her midwife and husband. Video note: Contains medical situations and nudity. If you’re in a public place, consider watching it later.

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She is the bestselling author of The Mama Natural Week-by-Week Guide to Pregnancy and Childbirth and creator of the Mama Natural Birth Course. A mother of three, graduate of the University of Colorado, and YouTuber with over 85,000,000 views, she helps mothers and moms-to-be lead healthier and more natural. From awesome natural childbirth videos at home to ecstatic hospital birth videos. I have curated these birth videos for you with the intention of helping you avoid the dangers of cruising YouTube for birth videos. Water Birth.

Sibling Attended. Ecstatic Births. Amazing Physiology. Natural Childbirth Videos – First Time Mom in a Birth Center Here are videos from my very first childbirth, a natural birth center birth assisted by a midwife and doula. It’s a 27-hour saga, with a happy ending.

Written by Genevieve Howland. A recent clip of a natural home birth posted on YouTube shows exactly how babies are born. But in a recently resurfaced video, we see the miracle of childbirth very up close and personal: The. This video is of my fourth birth.

It was the singular most transforming event of my life and my most conscious act as a woman to date. WARNING: This video is explicit, especially as it is shot outdoors in broad daylight. If you choose to watch it, please watch it with respect and understand that it is very exposing for me to share myself in. Advice After babies Baby baby’s beautiful belly best Birth Carry Change Childbirth during first food from health Healthy inside kicking laughing month months moving NATURAL Newborn OFFICIAL PAINTING Part post Pregnancy pregnant Scan Shot Tips tuck Tummy Twins. ultrasound Update video Vlog Week weeks women.

Vaginal Birth Video Showing Use of Stirrups. See how unempowered and vulnerable this birthing position makes a woman! This birth is handled as an impersonal, medical event rather than as a natural, instinctive process. Forceps were used and the baby’s cord was clamped immediately and then the baby. NEW!

Painful natural delivery real childbirth video. NEW! Painful natural delivery real childbirth video. Natural Childbirth Video.

Do babies ever just “fall out”? Watch this natural childbirth video to find out. “ Just as a woman’s heart knows how and when to pump, her lungs to inhale, and her hand to pull back from fire, so she knows when and how to give birth. ” Virginia Di Orio.

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I personally vieweda “natural childbirth” video, developed for prenatal education classes, in whicha mother gave birth toher infant inan unmedicated “natural” delivery with her husband in attendance.

“The Body Bears the Burden: Trauma, Dissociation, and Disease” by Robert Scaer
from The Body Bears the Burden: Trauma, Dissociation, and Disease
by Robert Scaer
Taylor & Francis, 2014

Available at: uploads/2016/05/31.-Oxytocin-to-Accelerate-or-Induce-Labour.

“Munro Kerr's Operative Obstetrics E-Book” by Sabaratnam Arulkumaran, Michael Robson
from Munro Kerr’s Operative Obstetrics E-Book
by Sabaratnam Arulkumaran, Michael Robson
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2019

Journey into Motherhood: Inspirational Stories of Natural Childbirth.

“Our Bodies, Ourselves: Pregnancy and Birth” by Boston Women's Health Book Collective, Judy Norsigian
from Our Bodies, Ourselves: Pregnancy and Birth
by Boston Women’s Health Book Collective, Judy Norsigian
Atria Books, 2008

Pamela and I watched tapes of hospital-style delivery and then watched midwives doing natural childbirth—and it was just beautiful.

“Tommyland” by Tommy Lee, Anthony Bozza
from Tommyland
by Tommy Lee, Anthony Bozza
Atria Books, 2009

Lamaze F. Painless Childbirth: Psychoprophylactic Method, p. 16.

“The Body: Critical Concepts in Sociology” by Andrew Blaikie
from The Body: Critical Concepts in Sociology
by Andrew Blaikie
Routledge, 2003

This first HypnoBirthing mother, without the advantage of having watched many natural births on the Internet and in films and without the benefit of many happy birth stories, knew she wanted things to go differently; and they did.

“HypnoBirthing, Fourth Edition: The Natural Approach to Safer, Easier, More Comfortable Birthing The Mongan Method, 4th Edition” by Marie Mongan
from HypnoBirthing, Fourth Edition: The Natural Approach to Safer, Easier, More Comfortable Birthing The Mongan Method, 4th Edition
by Marie Mongan
Health Communications, Incorporated, 2015

Though natural childbirth can be extremely satisfying, it is important to realize that natural methods are not suited to every pregnancy.

“Exploring the Dimensions of Human Sexuality” by Jerrold S. Greenberg, Clint E. Bruess, Sarah C. Conklin
from Exploring the Dimensions of Human Sexuality
by Jerrold S. Greenberg, Clint E. Bruess, Sarah C. Conklin
Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2007

The idea of natural birth was very appealing, but I couldn’t imagine myself being able to do it.

“Spiritual Midwifery” by Ina May Gaskin
from Spiritual Midwifery
by Ina May Gaskin
Book Publishing Company, 2010

Painless childbirth: Psychoprophylactic method (L. R.

“Dimensions of Human Behavior: The Changing Life Course” by Elizabeth D. Hutchison
from Dimensions of Human Behavior: The Changing Life Course
by Elizabeth D. Hutchison
SAGE Publications, 2014

Anim-Somuah M, Smyth RM, Jones L. Epidural versus

“Obstetrics & Gynaecology: An Evidence-based Text for MRCOG, Third Edition” by David M. Luesley, Mark Kilby
from Obstetrics & Gynaecology: An Evidence-based Text for MRCOG, Third Edition
by David M. Luesley, Mark Kilby
CRC Press, 2016

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  • That’s NOT how you deliver a baby or the placenta & here in America they’d get into sooo much legal trouble for all the errors they made! ����

  • Finally a real positive and calm labour and birth, thank you….22w and hoping for the same. Have you done hypnobirthing course? I recognise the app from the positive Birth company ��

  • I was about to comment “I’m gonna go apologize to my mom” cause of her having to go through this.
    But then I remembered that I was a c-section baby

  • Have u ever wondered how women go through this pain and as soon as the baby is out she is thinks of the next baby lol. Its natural thing for women there is nothing to be scared of.

  • I’m 15 weeks in and I just bawled like a child at work. I pray my delivery will be this beautiful! Congratulations to your beautiful family.

  • You two girls and baby angel are just absolutely lovely. Please please please read this and remember: no matter what disagreement, no matter the situation, you are all connected and this moment is the most special you will ever have. Very few friends are as close as you both were this very moment so always always remember this and love each other and always concede if there is no agreeing. Best Friends, TRUE best friends are rare. Xxxxx

  • @TheHotpink924
    well i don’t that that’s the video’s fault it has been flagged and restricted. (even though it can still be accessed by younger kids if they REALLY wanted to watch it.) It would be the fault of the parents who are not supervising their kids well enough that would enable them to watch this video.

  • i always end up sobbing when i see the birth of a baby. thank you for sharing this, i feel the hard work my mom had through. i believe you will be good parents ❤️

  • Omg this just made me cry my eyes out! Thank you so much for sharing this! Made me feel so much better about my second due in 5 weeks! I think I’m going to have to save this to watch over and over ❤️ congratulations xx

  • I don’t know what it is, but watching videos about birth make me excited to eventually have a baby. I used to be so scared of childbirth but even though it’ll most likely be one of the most painful things I may feel, it’ll be worth it

  • My grandmother had 11 kids her first daughter had 10 me none I’m cool �� it’s beautiful but I can’t.I feel it’s amazing to see a new life who don’t like newborns ������������

  • What is the best insurance for pregnancy? Like I am trying to put together a plan to have a baby in a year and what I’d need and how much I’d would cost? Any advice parents?

  • Probably the best delivery video I’ve seen and I’ve seen a lot! Love how you captured your pushing process! Can’t believe women would have an issue with you screaming! I scream way louder and I do it for power/strength when I’m pushing. Who cares what women do during labour.. As long they and bub are safe. At the end of the day we’ve all achieved our end goal of bringing a baby into the world.

  • Thank you to those leaving sweet supportive comment ��

    To those asking me why I was screaming, that I was wasting energy or whatever.. I knowwww but everyone reacts to pain differently, just because you didn’t scream doesn’t mean I won’t. Please don’t come on my video leaving comments like that comparing. We’re all moms we all did it, Medicated, unmedicated, csection, screaming not screaming, however we did it we’re all strong and amazing. Just stop comparing. It’s frustrating that people find the need to belittle others. Plus I already gave birth telling me not to scream doesn’t help me now LOL.

    Anyways. Women should support women always ����

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  • Doctors laugh and smile on there face when they cut episiotomy then baby delivery. Doctors laugh and smile on there face when they asked female patient and partner would like extra stiches put in side of female patient vaginal area so she has tigher vaginal area to please partner with sex and painful intercourse after healing. Called daddy stiches

  • OMG warum wird geschnitten? Ständig sind die Finger in der Frau, nicht nur hier, bei sämtlichen Videos, was lernt man den in der Geburthilfe im Ausland. Unfassbar, that is Not normal an natural

  • Very touching video. Congratulations. Just wanted to ask that did you have stitches after the natural birth? Will they give us pain medication while stitching? I am very near to my delivery

  • I’m 31+2 today and I’ve been very nervous about going into Labour and I’m still unsure what my birth plan is �� giving birth in a bath looks lovely but I’m still not 100% sure �� this is my first baby as well so this is all new to me ��

  • I’m 35+5 with my first baby and BAWLING at this ����❤️ I’m trying so hard to learn hypnobirthing and positive birth techniques so watching videos like yours really helps. What app did you use to track the surges?

  • I have a phobia of needles so like anything to do with needles scares me until I cry lol. I probably wouldn’t have an epidural or anything, and if I could have a home birth I most likely would. But that’s for the far future.

  • @TheHotpink924
    are you kidding me???

    the people watching this video are perfectly within their right to watch it, and have an interest in doing so. Why hide the truth? Especially if it is something as natural of an occurrence as childbirth? There should be no shame in something that many women naturally go through. People viewing this video are looking for answers, and this video helps them to understand what childbirth entails; Censoring it won’t accomplish anything.

  • Amazing how powerful are women and their bodies! Crazy to see what they are capable to withstand…my wife turned into real Hulk while pushing…she bended handles of steel on table she holded!!! I never really knew before how huge muscles she had untill she started pushing baby outher body become bulging with flexed muscles, I was holding her biceps oh my goodnessit becomes twice the size of mine and rock solid!!! I was in shock! I never knew how strong she was before

  • Awwwww, this is so amazing, I’m so impressed with how calm that birth was, I though you were only in early stages of labour when you started to push with the gas and air but then next thing I knew was that you were in the middle of a push and you were literally about to push again,but then the baby just came straight out, well done, one of the calmest births I’ve ever seen x hope you enjoy your new little baby Henry x good luck for the future, Laila x

  • I am extremely shocked at the things this midwife/doctor is saying!! You do NOT tell a birthing woman to “hold in” her screams/noises. I would have cussed the hell out of that woman!���� we are pushing a human being out of a very tiny hole in our body, we are more than entitled to be screaming our damn asses off as much as we please!

  • This may sound kinda weird but I like watching videos of woman giving birth, I’m a 11 year old girl and instead of finding this stuff gross like my classmates, I find it really interesting and fascinating. Your baby is really cute by the way!

  • Absolutely beautiful and all i am praying for in a few weeks when we meet our new baby girl❤ congratulations on your beautiful boy

  • Expecting my daughter to come in the next few weeks, and this made me WEEP! Can’t wait for my beautiful water birth. Congratulations on your beautiful baby boy, and well done, Mama!

  • Oh my god!���� This has hands down got to be the most amazing and beautiful labour video I’ve seen on YouTube! Well done to you, Mama!!

    I’m currently 25weeks+4days with my second! This just makes me even more excited!

    All the very best to you and your family! ������

  • You were the first video that came up when I searched Positive Birth Videos UK and it is completely that. That was such a beautiful video, so calm and filled with love. Its giving me all the positive vibes for my own labour and introducing our boy to the baby ��

  • @AGPrincess7117 there’s lots of support out there….online, etc. find like-minded people and don’t listen to people’s horror stories. you’re not alone. you can do this!

  • I’m only 4 months, and I started crying while you were pushing. I’m so scared but so excited, and I really don’t want the epidural but I dont know if I’m ready for all that! You did great

  • Mama did amazing!! Beautiful mostly hands off birth with what looks like a great support network. Mothers have so much strength and power.

  • I’m 14 and had my son on 22/2/20 I had no epidural I had a seizure my heart rate went through the roof I was 7.4 pounds 52cm born at 11:59pm

  • My cousin had two natural births (no epidural). Her first labor and delivery was in the hospital and was over 24 hrs, and she delivered a girl. Her second labor and delivery was at home in the water and was only a few hours, and she delivered a boy.

  • Mom said when you deliver a baby you should not scream because it will affect your body.

    By the way I don’t know if it’s true but I always think my mom is always right ������

  • What an amazing birth, hoping my second birth in November Is as calm as this, what a great partner you have too!! What was the most difficult part? Did you feel the ring of fire in water? I had my first baby on a bed but I’m wanting a water birth this time

  • This made me cry. I just gave birth 2 days ago and I swear it was the most painful thing I’ve ever experienced. I’m a first time mom and I gave birth to a 3.6kg baby without epidural via normal delivery. I labored for more than 12hrs and they didn’t let me drink water or eat anything. I was beyond exhausted. The hunger and thirst added to the pain of contraction I was having. It was so traumatizing and I don’t ever wanna go through it again. The experience is still fresh so thinking about it makes me cry and also makes me proud of myself. I love my little girl so much. Thank you for this video. ��

  • Aweee her baby is so cute imagine the kid being 10 years old and watching a video of his or her mom giving birth to him or her Lmao

  • F the people telling you not to scream. You did this the best way you knew how in the moment!!!! Wishing you safety & happiness w your new family member ��������

  • Yes you are right everyone reacts different to pain. I screamed for 2 births of my babies because I was induced and the pain was more excruciating then normal labour pain, because its artificial pain. Medication to make your uterus to contract. Every lady giving birth do all sorts of things but that’s OK too because delivering a baby is a hard job. No one should be hating because us ladies do a amazing job.

  • i’m 16 weeks right now and all i can think about is how bad i don’t want the epidural lmao. but this video is beautiful. i literally started crying

  • You did an amazing job! I don’t feel like you screamed that loud at all for an unmedicated birth! It hurts, but it’s so worth it. He’s so alert & adorable! Congratulations!

  • I am currently 4 months pregnant, trying to watch positive birth experiences and this is one of the most beautiful calm peaceful things I’ve ever seen ❤️��

  • Why are you doing this to yourselves ladies? In Turkey almost everyone gets c-section. Why do you insist on natural, with no epidural birth?

  • Omg i just had a baby all natural this morning i started having contractions 5 minutes apart and went to the restroom and noticed some bloody show went to the hospital got checked and was 4cm dilated they left out the room came back in by that time my contractions started coming every 2-3 minutes and getting unbearable i was screaming and i felt my baby about to plop out so they checked me again and i was 10cm dilated and could not get an epidural shot omg worst pain ever but i must say after pushing her out after 3or4 pushes all that pain left immediately when i saw my baby girl’s face omgg for me just being honest tho i think the contractions hurt worst then actually pushing her out… I salute all women but i especially salute women that give birth without pain meds bc you have to be a strong individual to go through that but it’s so beautiful to experience ❤

  • I haven’t had a baby yet hopefully in a couple years when I’m 26 and I’m planning to go natural and I felt I was pushing with her lol

  • I’m thinking to not get epidural for my second baby since I had bad experience with epidural before ( I got 2 shots on my first child cause the first one didn’t work and it was so painful on my back) hopefully I can do that

  • This is the only video that made me cry. It was so much like my own precious natural deliveries… the sounds, the feeling, everything. I’m 3 weeks from baby #3 and need a little motivation to stick with my natural delivery plan. This was excellent. Wish me luck!

  • I had both of my Kids no epidoral, expecting baby #3 my 1st labor was 8hrs my 2nd was almost 4hrs and 3 pushes he was out. l will do the same not epidoral is painful but every contraction you get means the baby is getting closer to your arms ��

  • @sweetpoison157 its not uncommon for nurses to not wear gloves when your in a birthing center like that or when the mother is birthing at home, as long as the hands are cleaned then its up to the mother. Its a requirement in hospitals which is why they do it there. For some women who birth privately-it becomes offensive.

  • I have 3 boys and my first 2 I had the epidural and hated how long my labor lasted. With my 3rd boy I had no epidural and yeah it was painful but I love how fast I delivered him so now that in on my 4th baby and it’s a GIRL������ I’m doing no epidural again.

  • Honestly you weren’t even screaming that exaggerated how I thought when I read your comment. When I gave birth last time there was a lady down the hall yelling so darn loud it was like dayum �� lmfaoooo. You did good!

  • Have u ever wondered how women go through this pain and as soon as the baby is out she is thing of the next baby lol. Its natural thing for women there is nothing to be scared of.

  • This is a wonderful video. Maybe if boys and girls actually watched this to see what happens as a result of sex the rate of young teen mothers in this country would drop. The naked body is a wonderful thing to see and about which to learn. It shouldn’t be hidden. Parents need to be more open with their children about the facts of life and not be more ashamed of it.

  • why in the world would a human being put noxious chemicals into the water that a baby would be born in, I just don’t get it, opening the eyes with the crap going into your eyes or somehow taking a breath before pulling out of the water? Also my opinion only, babies love to suck on fingers etc, and when they put those gloves on, they can’t get the satisfaction out of it, sure they scratch themselves at times, but heck it’s something I wouldn’t do

  • How is this like a bragging right these days??
    I had both of my babies without even an aspirin.
    Are there not many drug free births these days or what..?
    but Congrats lady! Well done!

  • There are two types of birth videos

    One: The calm and less insane one where I actually consider natural birth

    Second: much more intense where I completely lock the idea of getting pregnant out my head

  • love the baby centre website and now this video’s are great and helpful since am expecting my child in 3 months time………… am in Africa and yes you tube is great for making this possible…………

  • You were so brave but no ma’am I will never want kids. Kids arent worth the pain and everything else what comes with it but yoy are amazing.❤️

  • Beautiful video! Due-date September 7th-This is my 1st baby, so I am unsure if I can do it naturally. Still debating. I’d like to but don’t know, the pain is scary.:D

  • Well. Thank you for this video. It literally changed the ever so dramatic movie narrative that there needs to be endless screaming and unbearable pain.

  • Why are you screaming, shut the fuck up and deliver the damn baby already! Jesus Christ! I hate it when they scream, it just scares all the other moms and pisses off everyone else around including the doctor and nurses!

  • I still can’t believe some people were saying why were you screaming that s*** hurt you could tell they never had kids I have seven and I got the epidural with all of them so God bless you and your baby God bless you didn’t have an epidural to

  • ❤️❤️❤️ I’m not even exaggerating when I say this is the BEST thing I’ve ever watched on YouTube, my heart can’t cope ���� so. much. love.

  • You did a greaatttt job girly.Just next time lol less screaming more pushing,but you did great regardless and big props to you for labouring natural ❤❤❤.Congrats on your little bundle of joy!

    SN:Next time choose a different hospital as well they made you push way to early&way to much.Theyre supposed to wait till you feel that pressure and like you HAVE to push,then you woulda had him out in like 2-3 good pushes.

  • Omg this woman is a trooper as a matter of fact all u mommys out there are! Giving the gift of life has got to be the biggest blessing ever! I cried a little watching her go thru that but just to hold that baby makes it all worth it!

  • So beautiful to watch, I’m currently in early pregnancy with my 3rd & would absolutely love to have a water birth as beautiful & peaceful as yours ���� welldone mamma xx

  • my mom told me they got my little bro from the store. I didn’t know that to have a kid all you had to do was shit it out at the hospital

  • We all deal with pain differently, I had both my girls naturally and my 3rd one had an emergency c section……to all women out there u are champions!!!.. Bless you and your beautiful family ❣️

  • You’re such a strong mama but I have to say I am so sick of seeing women deliver in hospitals and they are told they have to do this they have to do that. Let the woman labor and deliver however she feels comfortable!!

  • I cried like a baby, You did amazing! I went all natural with my first because she was ready to come into the world fast as shit. lol water broke and she was out in under 20 but I screamed so loud my family could hear me outside the waiting room.  so so sweet. It is so funny we can forget to the pain.. until I watched. then the memories flood.

  • Ok but fr, if I ever have a baby and like 0.1 after its born someone says “it’s so cute” I would tell them to shut tf up. Baby’s ain’t cute when there first born and that’s just fact

  • 5:07 doesn’t look like they gave her any numbing stuff for the stitches—but I guess stitches is NOTHING compared to pushing a baby out

  • This was beautiful to watch! I had 4 c-sections so I didn’t have the privilege of vaginal birth. I labored hard with all 4, but never dilated more than 2 centimeters. Thank you for sharing your lovely experience. I wish the very best for you and your family! ❤

  • I was pushing so hard towards the end I made myself dizzy. I had to remind myself you were having the baby, not me. Good job, mom. I had 3 boys and was never able to do it without an epidural.

  • WOW I SALUTE all of you real women that can do this! My Mom had us all natural, no meds. My cousins had most of their kids with no meds! I SALUTE all moms, no matter how we give birth if you have given birth I salute you, we are truly amazing women!

  • Congrats to you and your family! I was the same way during labor. Probably even more dramatic. I was screaming that I was going to die and to please cut me lol. I was traumatized. Pushing for 4 hours and was in labor for two days. After my daughter came out she had a collapsed lung and I passed out..One and done! Your a champion mama. Lots of love!

  • Hey firstt time watching your channel!! And giiiiiirl i swear i think you were pretty calm!! Im having my first child in 10 weeks! I choose not to have epidural neither!! Im scared now!! But you gave me hope!! ❤

  • As a doula, I have to say that I’m kind of upset at an intervention filled birth full of practices that are not supported by evidence is shown as a “good example” of a natural birth center birth. I’m glad that the mama is happy with her birth and I’m not suggesting that she should feel otherwise, but I’m pretty sure this is not a great example of midwifery care with routine intervention. It might be a great example of medicalized midwifery, though…

  • OMG! That is probably the cuteat newborn I’ve ever seen! She has given me all the inspiration for a drug free delivery in a few months!

  • Fun fact, human birth is more dangerous than most other animals births, even other primates. This is because humans brain are much larger than other animals and our pelvises are narrower

  • Greetings from Russia! I’m 35 weeks and giving birth has always been one of my strongest fear, but this video is so calming and inspiring, thank you so much! I was melting when your daughter was holding her tiny brother on hands. Unfortunately, I haven’t got an opportunity to give birth in a bath, but nevertheless this video gave me the confidence, that I’ll cope with it anyway. P.s. sorry for my english, if there are some mistakes

  • Beautiful thank you so much for sharing! Due my first in November and so tired of seeing horrific traumatising birth vlogs on YouTube, so happy to find a calm relaxing birth, definitely going to look into Hypnobirthing ❤️❤️

  • Birth without painkiller but with Pit.

    You, ma’am, are a fricking hero.

    Edited to add: I hate for you that they had you laboring on your back. With an epi its necessary but without, it helps a lot to be able to pick your position.

  • I have watch this about 5 times now and am in utter awe of your birth. As a STM practising hypnobirthing this is such a positive video to see!

  • What an absolutely amazing calm birth, I didn’t even realise you had got to the point of the head being born till the midwife said she could see hair ��

  • I know im super late but I can toy relate with your content. Just gave birth 3 weeks ago with no epidural or anything.. just pure pain. I couldnt forget those moment. Sadly my husband isnt around too, and we r about to divorce. I Had to really muster my strength, physically and mentally to get through this. Yes it makes me feel empowering (and traumatised too lol) glad it went well.

  • @SageSings1226 Congrats!! I hope you and your baby are healthy after birth, and that he(or she) will grow up to be a successful person someday!:D

  • Oh wow, I thought that was just the start of labour but actually the baby was coming out?! That was amazing so calm and chilled out. I am SO aiming for this in March with my first baby. Wow, wow, wow! So inspiring!!!

  • I ciould shoot people right nowI could care less how someone else has their childso long as it is how they want to do it and feel safe and CHOOSE it, period.. I’m having an elective c-section and I keep getting jumped and ranted out by people who tell me how beautiful/wonderful natural birth isto me, it’s isn’t beautiful-it’s offensive. I’m showing them the damn respect to research it YET AGAIN for like the 6th time but as of yet my opinion has NOT changed. I will NOT be present for birth.