Here’s an excerpt of today’s Virtual Book Tour stop at Cherylyn’s blog “Mamas and Babies.” Author, Lani Axman, shares her thoughts in a guest post: “When Place Matters.”
Can a woman FAIL at childbirth? My answer is NO. What if they carefully prepared to have their birth be one way but circumstances dictated another direction? Was that a FAIL? Again, I say NO. I feel that childbirth is more about the offering and sacrifice made on the part of the mother. What path did
There’s a chaos to six children under 12, and yet a peace and joy to it as well. We find our parenting and lifestyle have changed to better suit our growing family, and we’re enjoying the journey. Our family is our top priority and most treasured blessing.
I am choosing to post here about the details of T1’s bike accident and the blessings we had every step of the way, instead of my Enjoy Birth Blog. It is weird having 2 options to post at, but this is the more spiritual of the blogs and I saw God’s hand in so many
I had written a series on my massage therapy/therapy and how it helped me uncover all these issues that came up from the birth trauma from T1?s birth. I wrote this series last fall, but put off posting it. I finally decided March was the month I would post it on my Enjoy Birth Blog
Today’s guest post comes from Sarah Clark. Sarah is a mother of four, a natural childbirth educator, and she blogs at Mama Birth. I discovered Sarah’s blog a couple of years ago. We were pregnant with our fourth babies and due around the same time, so it was fun to share that journey virtually together. Then one day I figured out that she was also a Mormon. I think it was this post that finally gave it away. What a fun surprise! One of the things I love about Sarah is her fabulous sense of humor. She reminds me all the time that I need to remember to laugh on a daily basis. Thanks for that, Sarah.
This birth story is from my friend Shauna. We met each other in a modern dance class at BYU years ago and recently we “found” each other again through our blogs. I asked Shauna to share her story because I think it is a wonderful reminder that God cares about his daughters and their experiences
This birth story is from Mandy and not only is it a VBAC after two cesareans but she also had a inverted T incision. I came to know her through ICAN (International Cesarean Awareness Network). Mandy is just one of those people that is easy to like. This birth story may be long but it