Husband and Wife Birth Conference 2001
I recently discovered a new podcasting app that is going to turn the internet into a global neighborhood.
Imagine sound quality so good that it will feel like you are chatting with your neighbor over the back fence, but your good friend who lives in England is also a part of the conversation!
This video describes how to participate in a callin podcast.
My channel is located HERE.
And this is the first podcast I did with a guest talking about my favorite subject of husband and wife homebirth.
Here is the article and the comment section that followed as a cut and paste from Dr. T’s site.
I dedicated my radio show today to this post as a way to illustrate how I defended unassisted childbirth on the internet. This post contains screen grabs from the site if you want to just read my many comments.
I have had many of these types of conversations on the internet since I started participating in chat rooms, blogs, and comment sections of articles and posts critical of Family Birth. For twenty five long years, since 1996, I have played the roll of the Freebirth pit bull defending parents with my words.
Now that hospitals in America are shutting down maternity care for lack of staff and being over run with sick patients, I hope the average person can begin to understand why some of us were so motivated to birth our children alone.
At least for me, doing my own prenatal care and giving birth with only my husband attending has been a powerful psychological preparation for whatever is around the corner.
There are compelling reasons some mothers choose to have their babies at home without a midwife or doula.
September 13, 2021
Unassisted childbirth, also known as free birth or sometimes do-it-yourself (DIY) birth, is when a mom or an expectant couple chooses to have a baby without the assistance of a doctor, a midwife, or any other professional birth attendant.Continue reading “Unassisted Childbirth in the News!”