VBAC also known as “vaginal birth after cesarean” can be a mighty expression of confidence and faith in yourself and your provider. In this post, we will explore three reasons why mothers and birthing families consider the VBAC experience, and some of the evidence-based facts and stats you should know.
Our team has expanded to meet community demand with few growing pains – and we know this really does make us different. Also, we continue to expand. This kind of growth is sustainable only because we have one another – and, we stay firmly aligned with those values and pillars.
One of the first signs labor is upon us is contractions. Contractions (or what we like to refer to as surges) can sometimes be confusing – even if it’s your fifth baby. Every single labor is different. Early labor might not be something you’re familiar with. Have you experienced it yet? Did your memory lump labor all into one space?
Do you know how to prepare your labor and birth space? Have you thought about it yet? We know that when a birthing person feels safe and comfortable, their labor will progress and their surges will feel much more manageable. In this post, we’ll tackle preparing for your best possible birth by creating a safe, […]
They wheeled up my bed and that was the first time I saw the NICU, the place I would spend a good part of my days for the next two months. The nurses were sweet but I was scared. You looked tiny and had a million wires all around you. I didn’t know if you were going to be ok and I felt numb. I felt mad and angry too. It wasn’t fair.
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