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May is Mental Health Awareness Month

HBCI is sharing the message that any mom, regardless of how she looks, her social-economical status, her religious beliefs, etc., can suffer from one or more perinatal mood or anxiety disorders (PMADs) such as postpartum depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, etc. We also acknowledge that Mother’s Day, a recognized day during Mental Health Awareness Month, can be…

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Lucien’s Birth Story

Throughout the month of April, we will be featuring stories, poetry, and artwork to tie into our message that you can do everything right, and still have a cesarean. If you would like to make a submission, please email info@homebirthcesarean.org. I don’t even know where to start – it was no secret that our babe was…

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Diana’s Story

Throughout the month of April, we will be featuring stories, poetry, and artwork to tie into our message that you can do everything right, and still have a cesarean. If you would like to make a submission, please email info@homebirthcesarean.org.  When I became pregnant with my third baby, I had no doubt I wanted another homebirth…

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David’s Birth Story

Throughout the month of April, we will be featuring stories, poetry, and artwork to tie into our message that you can do everything right, and still have a cesarean. If you would like to make a submission, please email info@homebirthcesarean.org.  I was sixteen when I first learned about home birth. I watched the Business of Being Born…

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View on Cesarean Awareness Month

Throughout the month of April, we will be featuring stories, poetry, and artwork to tie into our message that you can do everything right, and still have a cesarean. If you would like to make a submission, please email info@homebirthcesarean.org.  We in the HBC community have a unique perspective on Cesarean Awareness Month. We are not…

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Brandy’s Story – Placenta Accreta

Throughout the month of April, we will be featuring stories, poetry, and artwork to tie into our message that you can do everything right, and still have a cesarean. If you would like to make a submission, please email info@homebirthcesarean.org. Brandy’s Story Brandy has had 7 births and 2 miscarriages. 3 of her births were by…

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Birth Story from a Partner’s Perspective – Part 2

 Throughout the month of April, we will be featuring stories, poetry, and artwork to tie into our message that you can do everything right, and still have a cesarean. If you would like to make a submission, please email info@homebirthcesarean.org.   This is the second part in the view of a homebirth cesarean from the partner’s perspective….

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A Partner’s Perspective of Homebirth Cesarean – Part 1

Throughout the month of April, we will be featuring stories, poetry, and artwork to tie into our message that you can do everything right, and still have a cesarean. If you would like to make a submission, please email info@homebirthcesarean.org.  This is the first part of a two part post viewing a homebirth cesarean from the partner’s perspective….

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I Did Everything I Could

Throughout the month of April, we will be featuring stories, poetry, and artwork to tie into our message that you can do everything right, and still have a cesarean. If you would like to make a submission, please email info@homebirthcesarean.org.  I did everything I could. My pregnancy was an unplanned miracle. Even though I knew doing…

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Benjamin’s Birth Story

Throughout the month of April, we will be featuring stories, poetry, and artwork to tie into our message that you can do everything right, and still have a cesarean. If you would like to make a submission, please email info@homebirthcesarean.org. Benjamin Grant 6 lb. 11 oz. 19 1/2 in. March 26 @ 4:11 a.m. PREGNANCY My…

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