Month: October 2017

“..I have to say that I think I was able to cope with the situation so much better from having done the course, read the book and listened to the MP3’s..”

Here is a wonderful Birth Story from Lucy and Steve! Thanks for sharing guys! “After our course I read The Calm Birth School book several times and referred to certain pages almost daily. Every night I’d get into bed and put the birth rehearsal MP3 in and practice the 4/7 breathing and despite having several…

“…I stopped doubting myself and listened to my body and thought ‘wow, our baby is coming!’…”

This week’s Birth Story is from Amie & Martin! “It was a new moon, which we hadn’t realised (but now love how fitting that was), and I woke up around 8am with period pains coming at the same time as lower back pains. I thought it felt a little different to any twinges I’d had…

“…The surges got stronger but were manageable with a bath a bit more hypnobirthing and the birthing ball…”

Here is another wonderful Birth Story! “I started having mild surges on Monday at 4am, I sent Ollie off to work as they were only twinges and I stayed at home and made some scones! They started to hot up at 11pm on Monday and were getting slightly stronger through the night and the day…

“…I managed to push my baby out with the help of three midwives and 2 doctors…”

This weeks lovely birth story comes from Louise and Andy! Thank you for sharing your story!   “..I went into hospital with my husband Andy to be induced after being 10 days overdue. We made the decision to have the induction at this point due to my first child being born by induction 5 years…

“…once they started it all happened very quickly!…”

This week’s Birth Story comes from the lovely  Debbie and Paul on the beautiful birth of Neve – thank you so much for sharing.   ” I thought I’d take this quiet moment to let you know that our little girl arrived at 2.20am on 21st September. We were due to be induced later that…

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