These birth stories are so important to share. Induction is not always positive and that is because it comes from a lack of informed consent. Cara* had the support of our Home Birth Support Group UK and her doula and knew and understood the induction process and her rights to informed choice and to wait. She also had the full support of her husband which is vital.Stories of empowered women and families, who have remained in control of their own births and made their own decisions carry such weight. This is the story of Cara’s* birth, not a medical procedure.
This is the birth story of Laura Jane and her twin girls – Caitlyn and Evelyn, Laura joined our Home Birth Support Group UK to share her story. Post date, home birthed, twins. I literally held my breathe when I read it. “I’m trying to share this story as much as possible… so here goes… it’s […]
The birth story of Scarlett Hana and Baby Atlas – 7lb 2oz, born on the 19th Jan Scarlett is a member of my Home Birth Support Group UK – she was looking forward to her home birth, however her contractions did not start for 36 hours, with concerns about his movements, Scarlett made the informed […]
This is the story, in her own words, of Jen Lewis, a member of our South Wales Home Birth and Hopefuls Group. Jen had been looking forward to her home birth, enjoying support from the group and her community midwife, with whom she had an excellent relationship. As is the way of birth however, things […]