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“Women, don’t ever apologize for your behavior or choices during birth. When you OWN your experience and take pride in your journey, you help other women do the same thing. No matter how you did it, you just brought a human being into the world! The world should be kneeling at your feet.” – Lauralyn Curtis

I began watching an absurd amount of birth videos after I heard a friend of mine say she laughed out not one, but two babies. Wow! Can birth really be like that? I thought.

I love these videos, not because they create a bar to judge ourselves by, but because they show how differently and beautifully birth happens for each of us.

Watching videos, I learned how I wanted to be supported, I became able to communicate and SHOW my husband what would mean the most to me. I was able to vision a birth entirely and completely different than my first birth. A whole world of possibility was opened up to me.

Enjoy opening yourself up to possibility and immersing yourself in the wonder of each of these beautiful, unique stories.

Drumroll please…..

The Birth of Rain Gaia by Lisa LeBaron Photography

 

Welcoming Violet Lu by Topher DeLancey

The Birth of Mila Rosemary by Sojourning Souls

She Delivers Her Own Baby by Vanessa Brown Photography

Welcoming Naya Lynn captured by Angie Klaus Photography

Welcoming Jack captured by Frases 1999 (this has the most beautiful spousal support!)

The Birth of Elovie captured by MJ Gordon

With Family and Kids Around captured by Lindsey Meehlies

The Birth of Ragnar captured by Elis Freitas Fotografia

A Beautiful and Gentle C-Section posted by Sophie Messager

Much love mother and may you be guided and blessed as you uncover and experience the perfect birth for you!

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