Push for Your Baby
Trust Your Body by Andrea Collins
Blog: Birth Story Entries | Posted By: Lamaze International | Released: July 13, 2012, 3:14 pm
I think how a mother gives birth should be more important than planning a wedding. This is something that will stick with your family for possibly generations! The best possible birth to me is to birth without fear, without negativity, and to feel safe wherever and however I choose to give birth.
My Birth: A Great Sense of Empowerment and Happiness by Kerri Stephen
Blog: Birth Story Entries | Posted By: Lamaze International | Released: July 5, 2012, 8:47 am
It was Friday, August 19, 2011, my late father’s birthday. Would this be the big day? Time would tell. For the moment, I drove into work. The day passed as a normal day until around noon. The tightening in my belly left my stomach feeling as hard as a rock. My stomach tightening and relaxing...
New Mom: Childbirth Class Helped Me Give Birth the Way I Wanted by Jacqueline Boyter
Blog: Birth Story Entries | Posted By: Lamaze International | Released: June 22, 2012, 1:44 pm
On Wednesday, August 24th my contractions had become noticeably stronger and by that evening, heading home from work, bumps in the road weren’t comfortable. By dinner, I had to lean to one side to relieve pressure. I went to bed that night...
Finding Comfort In Homebirth by Victoria Gearity
Blog: Birth Story Entries | Posted By: Lamaze International | Released: June 21, 2012, 3:45 pm
My second son was born at home. During each contraction of early into active labor, I silently performed a breathing practice I’d learned during my birth hypnotherapy sessions. I released tension from specific parts of my body with every exhalation. Early in labor...
"I Never Felt so Spiritual and Alive!" By Abby Moore, Grayville, IL
Blog: Birth Story Entries | Posted By: Lamaze International | Released: June 15, 2012, 2:57 pm
I have been meaning to sit down and type this out since the day that Carson was born, but, ya know, two kids and all of that. I think I’d like to start by saying that my labor and birth experience with Carson was a life-saving experience...