Kristin’s Birth Story

My story, is about taking back power in birth – it isn’t going to look the same for everyone, but this was my process. I am a c-section, Vaginal birth after caesarean (VBAC) and homebirth mama. My journey started out with a traumatic birth and ended with the most empowered experience I could ever imagine.… Continue reading Kristin’s Birth Story

Tori’s Birth Story

My labour and delivery was pretty smooth up until the very end.  I was in labour for about two days before I actually got admitted into the hospital.   I ended up getting an epidural at 5 cm and that ended up being an amazing experience. I was terrified of getting it so when it happened… Continue reading Tori’s Birth Story

Georgia’s Birth Story

I've had three boys in three years and their births' were all quite different. With my first (Micah), I didn't really think about the birth and figured, 'every mother has done it, how hard can it be?' It never occurred to me that I would end up having a c section, not once.  I had a… Continue reading Georgia’s Birth Story

Sarah’s Birth Story

My daughter, Remi, was due on December 22nd, 2019. Pregnancy had been difficult. I experienced a lot of prenatal anxiety during my first trimester due to suffering a miscarriage two months prior to falling pregnant with Remi. I suffered through severe morning sickness from week 5 until week 20 and then experienced pregnancy insomnia for… Continue reading Sarah’s Birth Story

Amy’s Birth Story

Before I had Eleanor, I had no idea that a ‘traumatic birth’ even existed. I just thought that a birth was a birth no matter what happens. Yes, it will be painful and traumatic but that’s childbirth isn’t it? Even after Eleanor's birth I didn’t think of it as a traumatic birth, I just thought… Continue reading Amy’s Birth Story

Ayla’s Birth Story

I started having very, very mild contractions at 9:00 pm on Friday 20 December (this just happened to be Noodles' due date) and stayed awake with Kris (my partner) for a little while. I was able to time the contractions to be 10-15 minutes apart, each one lasting at least 45 seconds. I'd had nearly… Continue reading Ayla’s Birth Story