In this episode of Taking Back Birth, I talk about that time, just days after birth, where you're neither "here nor there." You're no longer pregnant, but you haven't yet adjusted. There are a lot of feelings that can come up during these days, so listen in!

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In this interview, Ed will share with us his experiences of the births of his four children, ranging from cesarean births, to home births, to an accidentally unassisted home birth. He has great insight for fellow dads who may not be so sure about home birth, but are interested in learning more. I'm so grateful

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I feel like this is a topic I revisit often in my own life, but hope that this will be of benefit to other birth attendants and families trying to understand the cost and value of their services. I'll use my own package as an example of what is offered, and why care costs what

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With Deva lying here next to me, her name is spoken into being. It is real now that she is earth side. “Deva” (pronounced "day-va") means goddess. “Katherin” per her request (as was her first name) means pure. “Sage” for her brother Sable, born last March. Her birth story is simple as birth stories go;

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In this episode of Taking Back Birth, I talk about how to navigate the confusing world of supplements in pregnancy. Listen in!

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In this episode of Taking Back Birth, I talk about the truth about birth centers. Listen in!

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In this episode of Taking Back Birth, I talk about my own thoughts and feelings just 8 weeks from the birth of my baby. Listen in!

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“Know Better; Do Better” Premature birth and the new paradigm By Jacque Campbell &nbsp &nbsp I begin these written thoughts with much care and love for the mothers and babies who have bravely faced premature birth and fought for the health to leave the NICU walls behind and often fight for health their entire life.

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