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What I’ll Tell My Daughters About Birth

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If the day comes that you decide to have a child, I want to tell you what I think you should know about bringing a new little life into this world.

Pregnant Thoughts on a Second VBAC

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You might be a home-birth, medicine-free, labor under the stars kind of super woman, or a "hook me up with that sweet, sweet epidural" powerhouse. Whether you give birth in your bed, a bath, or in the hospital, you and your body are undergoing nothing less than the extraordinary.

Tribal Birth: The Importance of Your People

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There is something incredibly powerful about being surrounded by a group of friends and family, all working together towards one common goal. Sure, I was the one who was enduring hours and hours of back-to-back contractions, back labor, and sheer exhaustion, but my village stood in the gaps and filled in where I simply could not.

Birth of a Homebirther

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Delivering my third child in my own room was the most peaceful, empowering experience I've ever had. I moved when I wanted, ate or drank if I felt like it, and no one pressured me about anything.

4 Questions About Birth Photography You Were Too Polite to Ask

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Fort Worth photographer Bree Perez of Bree Linne Photography answers four questions about birth photography you were too polite to ask.

Early Arrival: My Micropreemie Birth Story

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All I can remember is looking at her father and saying, "We don't even have a camera. This wasn't supposed to happen today." He held my hand, and the pressure on my abdomen started.

A C-Section, a Still Birth, and Baby K

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As I watched the monitor and Dr. S. moved on to Baby B, I remember feeling an immediate sense of dread, just knowing that something was wrong. The change on his face confirmed it. His voice choked up: “That baby is dead.”