Collection of Plus Size Birth Stories
Enjoy exploring this collection of plus size birth stories! You can read stories by category or one-by-one. From PCOS to Motherhood: Megan’s Story, You Don’t Get To Decide How Your Birth Will Go: A Transfer Birth Story to Giving Birth with the Flu – each story is uniquely beautiful. Our pregnancy stories matter. Our birth stories matter!
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Meg shares her incredible natural birth story while having the flu. She wasn’t able to touch her new baby boy for 48 hours after his birth. I can’t imagine.read more
I’m delighted to be sharing Katie’s doubly exciting birth story of twins! About 75% of twins are born via c-section but more and more women, like Katie, are desiring a vaginal birth. Finding a doctor who will be supportive can be challenging.read more
By the six month mark, I decided I wanted to have a home birth myself, and spent some time warming my husband up to the idea of it. Eventually he got on board and decided to support me to have whatever type of birth I wanted.read more
I am a plus size mummy of course and I am often reading, on the Plus Size Mommy Memoirs Facebook page, about those wanting a vaginal birth but are told they are too over weight and will need a c section. Or having trouble conceiving so I thought I’d share my story to maybe inspire others.read more
VBA2C: My Body is Not Broken I feel truly honored to share Kelli's inspirational birth story. After two attempts at home births ending with emergency c-sections Kelli knew this time would be different...This time she would have a VBA2C (vaginal birth after...read more
I’m always honored when moms share their birth stories. This article is of Mindy’s enthralling two plus size home birth stories. She’s one STRONG mom!read more
“You are too obese to give birth vaginally, so you will be having a C-section.” This is Hilary’s heart-wrenching story of her forced cesarean.read more
On January 4th 2010, my husband, Chris, and I found out we were expecting our first child and thus began our almost year-long journey of becoming parents.We read pregnancy books, watched movies (Business of Being Born was our favorite), read blogs and websites,...read more
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