If You’re A Birth Story Junkie, You’re Going To Be Obsessed With This

When I was pregnant with my first baby, I couldn’t get enough birth stories. I stayed up all night, sitting in front of my computer, scrolling message boards and blogs and reading any and all birth stories I could find.

A lot has changed since those old timey days. We have smart phones for staying up late, scrolling the internet. And podcasts aplenty, so we can pour the wonder of collective online voices straight into our ears. The future is now. I like it.

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Last week, I was a guest on The Birth Hour podcast, and got to talk about all 4 of my birth experiences- each a med-free birth in a hospital with a midwife, and about my postpartum experiences. I was honored to be a part of it!

You can listen to it here…

But you all are probably pretty familiar with my birth stories. (You can read them all here, if you haven’t yet.) What I really want to share is the tremendous resource that The Birth Hour is.

Bryn, the host of TBH podcast, has interviewed women about birth experiences ranging from cesarean to adoption to waterbirth.

“The Birth Hour helps expecting and new mothers understand their birthing options through authentic birth stories so they are informed and empowered going into pregnancy, birth and postpartum.

The Birth Hour is not only a place for sharing birth stories but also pregnancy and postpartum struggles, triumphs and resources. Through the podcast, we want to help you connect on a more personal level with all types of experiences. Listen to The Birth Hour via iTunesStitcher, Google Play and dozens of additional podcast directories.”

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