Ep 263: VBA3C?! You’re Not High Risk Until You’re High Risk with Jan DeAngelo

You can’t have a homebirth after 3 c sections, pre-eclampsia and being a “geriatric pregnancy”, can you?   This week, we’re speaking with Jan DeAngelo, 43 year old mother of 4 babies who changed EVERYTHING in between her third and fourth births. We’ll hear how she took control of her care and her family’s wellbeing,…

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Ep 262: The Body-Mind-Birth Connection with Erikka Homer

Which is more important in birth preparation and birth itself? The body–or the mind? This week we’re speaking with Errika Horner, a stay-at-home mom of 2 girls and blogger in her spare time, sharing healthy recipes and intentional homemaking inspiration on her website: thehomeintent.com.   Episode Roundup As Errika’s story demonstrated, it is possible to…

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Ep 261: A Beautiful Shoulder Dystocia? With Coco Brown

When you imagine a beautiful homebirth, what comes to mind? Everything unfolds perfectly, or nearly perfectly, right?   This week, we’re speaking with Coco Brown. Coco is a mother, currently navigating the labyrinth that is postpartum using ancestral knowledge and intuition to guide her. She is a maternal health and nourishment advocate sharing her intimate…

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Ep 260: A Failed Epidural and a Victorious Homebirth with Brianna Peters

When you’ve had a hospital birth but your epidural failed, why not bring it on home for baby #2?   This week we’re speaking to Brianna, who did just that– decided to head home after the frustrating experience of a failed epidural. We’ll hear how she was able to tap into her intuition and her…

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Ep 261: A Beautiful Shoulder Dystocia? With Coco Brown

When you imagine a beautiful homebirth, what comes to mind? Everything unfolds perfectly, or nearly perfectly, right?   This week, we’re speaking with Coco Brown. Coco is a mother, currently navigating the labyrinth that is postpartum using ancestral knowledge and intuition to guide her. She is a maternal health and nourishment advocate sharing her intimate…

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Ep 260: A Failed Epidural and a Victorious Homebirth with Brianna Peters

When you’ve had a hospital birth but your epidural failed, why not bring it on home for baby #2?    This week we’re speaking to Brianna, who did just that– decided to head home after the frustrating experience of a failed epidural. We’ll hear how she was able to tap into her intuition and her…

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Ep 259: Responsive Sleep for You and Your Baby with Taylor Kulik

Sleeping with your baby– we’ve probably all done it once or twice, but is it actually safe?   This week we’re speaking with Taylor Kulik. Taylor is an occupational therapist and holistic sleep and parenting educator who developed a passion for helping new mothers overcome their sleep-related fears and helping them get back to trusting…

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Ep 258: How To Turn Your Passion For Birth Into A Full-time Career As A Doula with Kyleigh Banks

Exclusive Free Training: How To Turn Your Passion For Birth Into A Full-time Career As A Doula – So you can feed your soul AND your Family… even if you don’t want to be on call 24/7! Register here: Myhappyhomebirth.com/birthworker    This Week’s Sponsors: Araza Beauty: Code HOMEBIRTH for 15% off Informed Pregnancy+   Join…

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Ep 257: From Questioning Yourself to Questioning the Birth System with McKenzie Ulmer

What does it look like to take charge of your birth experience after a previously disempowering one?   This week, we’ll be speaking with McKenzie, a mother to two children and student from The Homebirth Collective–with two very different pregnancy and birth stories. We’ll learn how McKenzie’s first pregnancy and birth laid a groundwork for…

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Ep 256: From Changing Care Providers to Midwife Continuity with Shayna Piva

Have you ever felt like you were seeing a revolving door of different doctors throughout your pregnancy? HOW can you feel confident and comfortable with the provider if it just. keeps. changing?   This week we’re speaking with Shayna- a mother to two precious boys, one born in the hospital and one at home. We’ll…

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