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Homebirth mummy

Homebirth mummy replied to topic being fed to sleep. bad habit

I fed my dd now 2 to sleep right from the word go. No probs here. Society makes such a big deal out of this I think. She now goes to sleep on her own,shes an age where she understands its bed time ...

Sunday 09 November 09:06am
Homebirth mummy

Homebirth mummy replied to topic Big Baby

Don't stress! Ultrasounds have been proven time again to give false sizes of bubs. Often big babies are birthed only to be "small". -Besides your body is designed to birth babies the size you grow ...

Sunday 09 November 08:57am
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Homebirth mummy replied to topic Mummies Planning to homebirth/freebirth/waterbirth

FernandBriar,I just noticed your new picture! Congratulations to you and your family,how did it all go?

Monday 18 August 08:09am
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Homebirth mummy replied to topic Mummies Planning to homebirth/freebirth/waterbirth

Updating here too! I'm currently 24ish weeks-heaps of moevement and bubs is getting stronger everyday. I'm getting that lovely sore rib pain on the right already! We went for our scan but decided t...

Monday 18 August 08:06am
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Homebirth mummy replied to topic breech still at 31 wks

Congratulations on your impending bubba! Just wanted to point out that it's also an option to deliver a breech baby vaginally,although you would need to find a cp who is confident in doing so. All ...

Monday 18 August 07:57am
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Homebirth mummy replied to topic Natural childbirth......who wants it?!!!

Firstly let me point out each to their own-what each mumma choses is up to her. My pov is "I want a natural birth"!!Not for other mummas to judge me,not for my family and friends,not for a trophy,b...

Sunday 20 July 09:47am
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Homebirth mummy replied to topic 60 minutes article on Homebirths

I agree with the your comment about risks involved,It was one of the few things I did agree with the Ob in saying that ceaser babies have more trouble breathing. The point about the way babies are ...

Tuesday 10 June 10:14am
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Homebirth mummy replied to topic 60 minutes article on Homebirths

I agree with the last part of your comment about risks involved,however It was one of the few things I did agree with the Ob in saying that ceaser babies have more trouble breathing. The point abou...

Tuesday 10 June 10:13am
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Homebirth mummy replied to topic Natural Birth

What a beautiful mumma you are! And what a journey you've been on to get to where you are today-good on you! Every mumma and baby deserves an intervention free birth and your idea sounds wonderful ...

Tuesday 10 June 09:53am
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Homebirth mummy replied to topic Urgent help needed, i don't know if i'm in labour and no way to the hossy!

If that where me I'd go and have a nice relaxing bath for atleast a half hour and really relax.Things will tell you from there I'd say.If your still not sure pop your pj's on and hop into bed.If yo...

Monday 09 June 05:15pm
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Homebirth mummy replied to topic Natural Birth

Lol! A bit when dh said the old "just breathe" line to me!-he only said it the once let me tell you!

Monday 09 June 05:01pm
Homebirth mummy

Homebirth mummy replied to topic Natural Birth

It gets technical dosen't it when people own explainations come into it! When i mentioned a mw being there I didn't mean that was an unnatural birth. To explain better,What I meant was when a cp is...

Monday 09 June 11:58am
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Homebirth mummy replied to topic First baby/ fast labour.

Hi all! Conratulations to everyone who had their bubbas! I too had a fast first labour-2.5 hours from first niggle to the birth of the placenta! I can honestly say I would of loved it to have been ...

Monday 09 June 11:07am
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Homebirth mummy started new topic Mummies Planning to homebirth/freebirth/waterbirth

Hi wonderful women! I thought I would start this thread for all those who are planning to hb/fb/or wb.So if this is you tell us about your plans and how it's all eventuating. I am roughly 15 weeks...

Sunday 08 June 05:06pm
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Homebirth mummy replied to topic Natural Birth

Natural birth could be described as"Beginning spontaniously,having no interference or augmentation of any kind and both the baby and placenta being birthed by the mother alone,completely uninstrume...

Sunday 08 June 04:50pm
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Homebirth mummy replied to topic Natural Birth

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Sunday 08 June 04:46pm
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Homebirth mummy replied to topic reading suggestions - I've finished what I have

Hi there, I would recommend for the kids to read along with you "my brother jimmy jazz"about a son and family who prepare for and experience hb. For yourself anything by sheila kitzinger,or Dr sara...

Wednesday 07 May 05:04pm
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Homebirth mummy replied to topic Help with hubsband's issues....

I had a hb in Oct 06 for my daughters birth. It was my first pregnancy and birth and my dh was very unsure too at first. I found a midwife i clicked with straight away(nothing wrong with exploring ...

Wednesday 30 April 05:22pm
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Homebirth mummy replied to topic Fetal Scalp Electrode/monitor & water??? For VBAC

Hi twos..company, I can't see why, just because you are having a VBAC that you wouldn't be able to try a water birth. Mind you I can't see why someone who is having a VBAC gets monitored a lot mo...

Monday 03 March 08:31pm
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Homebirth mummy replied to topic Fetal Scalp Electrode/monitor & water??? For VBAC

Hi hgirs, Why where you not going to comment onmy previous post? If you read my whole answer previously I actually did respond to your original question!

Monday 03 March 06:11pm
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