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 two cesareans). VBA2C Birth Story My VBA2C birth was nothing like I expected or hoped it would be (short …
“If you really look at it, BMI is just that—a crude measure.” An Interview with Kimmelin Hull to talk about her article, Maternal Obesity from All Sides.
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!
“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.
The power of creating a birth plan is not the plan itself but the act of creating one. Families need to empower themselves by researching options!
Plus size pregnant women were the topic of multiple news articles last week. Including OB-GYNs in Florida refusing to work with larger women, and plus size women having more “necessary” interventions during birth. Up until this post, my blog has consisted of me sharing my story in hopes of inspiring other plus size women to …
I created a safe space to have a natural childbirth in a hospital by limiting people in the room, wearing my own clothes, and setting the right tone.
While I always thought I would breastfeed, my breastfeeding detour taught me to take care when setting expectations for myself as a mother.