A while ago I mentioned that I’ll get some interesting stories for you from family members who have worked (or still do), as childbirth professionals. Here’s the 2nd one, and this time it’s by a cousin named Louise. I found it fascinating, and hope you enjoy as well.
Thank you Louise for sharing your story and photos. Continue reading
I would love to share with you Sara’s blog about her breech home birth.
Her story telling is beautiful and detailed. She posted it on the Mothering.com forum. Continue reading
In early May, Dr. Elliot Berlin approached me to film the home birth of his clients Sara and Doug. What made their birth different was that Aurora was born “Frank” breech. Sara and Doug wanted a home birth, and having had no success with repositioning their baby, Dr. Berlin and their midwife, Davi Khalsa, referred them to Dr. Stuart Fischbein. This was pretty much the only option for avoiding a surgical birth. Continue reading
The internet never ceases to amaze me. While sipping on my morning coffee today, I checked out the Google Analytics for my website: mybirthmovie.com. It is interesting to see how people find me; whether through a referring site, direct traffic, or search … Continue reading
V ~ Born 3:42 am, April 16th, 2011 This was the first home birth I attended with Dr. Stuart Fischbein, the only local OBGYN that I know of who delivers babies at home. Juli Anderson was the midwife, and it … Continue reading
Most of my clients have either seen my work at Alisha Tamburri’s Hypnobirthing© course or have found my website through another childbirth-related site, such as The Birth Sanctuary. Then on occasion, someone simply finds me through google while searching for … Continue reading
I recently did a 10 day Vipassana (silent meditation), and amongst some of my AHA! moments I realized that I need to set goals. Short-term goals. I’m a bit of a procrastinator, so I started a simple post-it-on-my-wall-right-in-front-of-me-so-I-see-it-every-day system. So … Continue reading