This week we have Geraldine Renton from It’s Me Ethan sharing some wise words and her birth story, or birth stories. She’s birthed three beautiful boys in different ways. It just goes to show, not all labours are the same even for one mama. (more…)
Category: Birth Stories
I really can’t believe we are hitting week #7 of the birth story series. I’m in awe how many of you have contributed, bloggers and lots of non-bloggers too. This week Laura from Mum I Am is sharing her birth story, the longest labour ever, little Cian is only a few weeks old now, welcome to the world little one. (more…)
I can’t believe we are on week six of the birth story series, the weeks are flying by before I know my fourth babog will be here. This week Laura Begley, a My Little Babog reader is sharing her induction/emergency c-section story as part of the series. I hope you enjoy it and a big thank to Laura for sharing it with us… (more…)
This week Rebecca from Young and Hitched is sharing her birth story, a water birth. I’m not going to lie, I’m a tad bit jealous. I’ve always wanted a water birth but it would take longer to fill a basin with how quick my labours have gone. Grab a cuppa, it’s a long but beautiful story.
This week Emma from Lyla & Co. will be sharing her successful induction birth story. It’s everything you could dream an induction to be, and with a bit of humour, she describes those first few days as a new mammy perfectly. I remember ringing the hospital on my way home in the car with Kayla.
I’m loving this weeks addition to the birth story series. A good pal of mine, Laura Doyle of Love, Life and Little Ones is up next with her amazing birth story. She almost twinned me with a hallway home birth… (more…)
First up in the birth story series is a blogging hero of mine, Suzy from The Airing Cupboard. I love her witt, hippy-ish ways and style of writing. Suzy had high hopes for a water birth at home but things didn’t go to plan…
Ever since I wrote my own birth story back in October I’ve been fascinated with other bloggers stories. So much that I have decided to start a birth story series on blog sharing fellow parenting bloggers accounts, each one unique to the other. (more…)
It all began when I went for my weekly check-up on Wednesday 19th of August. I thought I’d be kept in for an induction but my obstetrician kindly listened to my plea of wanting to labour spontaneously and gave me a couple of days grace, under conditions of returning on Friday to have another blood test to monitor my platelets. She gave me a sweep to get things moving and I was on my way… (more…)