HypnoBirthing stories

Kelsy’s Third Birth: Homebirth after Two Cesareans

June 11, 2013

Trusting My Nature and Intuition: Our Natural Homebirth after two Cesarean Sections My birth story truly begins with the journey of my pregnancy. My first son was breech, which wasn’t discovered until after I’d already had my water broken, so I was only given the choice to have a c-­ section. Between my two sons, I […]

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Erin’s First Birth: Beautiful Birth Story from Two Different Perspectives

June 10, 2013

Ender’s Birth from Mom’s Perspective: Early Thoughts  As a little girl I couldn’t wait to become a mother. I loved the idea of loving and caring for a little one. However, I also remember complaining about being a girl because we were the ones who had to go through the supposedly painful ordeal of giving […]

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Kira’s First Birth: Four hours of labor; Almost birthed in the parking lot of the Birth Center!

March 17, 2013

When a woman births without fear, her body can open very quickly, just as it was designed to do. Even in a first time mom! The NUMBER ONE benefit of preparing for your birth with HypnoBirthing is that it helps to eliminate fear and increase confidence in the birth process.  My Birth Story: Kira Ritchie […]

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Jamie’s First Birth: 2 hours of labor; Nearly births baby on toilet!

December 19, 2012

McKay came into this world in a very fast…but not so furious way. His estimated “due date” was Nov. 30th, so I guess it wasn’t that much of a wait but it sure felt like it! But we felt it was important to let him come into the world on his own time and in […]

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More Moms choosing HypnoBirthing for delivery

November 12, 2010

This is an excerpt taken from an article from wkyc.com. Fear of pain is a common worry shared by many first-time Moms, and even a few childbirth veterans too. That’s one reason more couples are turning to a practice called Hypnobirthing. Women who have practiced and used it say they’ve delivered in comfort, without intense pain, and without the use of medication. Search YouTube and you will find video after video of women in labor, […]

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Terra’s second birth: a great VBAC success!

October 9, 2010

For my first birth I had an emergency C-section, but with this baby I desired to have a VBAC. When I found HypnobirthingUtah online I knew that this method was going to give me the best chance for success. My due date was August 15th and my little girl was not born until the August […]

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Another “baby’s choice” homebirth!

September 20, 2010

So, I have a soft-spot in my heart for stories of women who accidentally have their babies at home, or in the tub, on the toilet, on route to the hospital, or in the garage (in my case!). During my third pregnancy, I secretly wanted a home-birth, but I was nervous that my baby was going to be “TOO BIG”. I used to read stories […]

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Carson’s Birth

September 20, 2010

Here is Ashley’s birth story, one of my HypnoBirthing moms. This was her first baby, and she had a great experience, thanks in large part to her very supportive and involved husband. She was able to remain calm and breathe through her surges, even while laboring all day at work! Congratulations to Ashley and her beautiful little boy! One more baby brought into the world in a calm, gentle manner… At about 1:00 on Friday […]

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A quick, easy birth

September 20, 2010

From HypnoBirthing mom Tiffany Our son was born March 3rd and the birth was everything we had hoped for! March 2nd was my guess date and at my appointment earlier that day, I was only 2 cm opened and 80% thinned. However, after a walk and an acupuncture appointment that afternoon, we called the doctor when surges were consistently 5 minutes apart for 2 hours. He told us to come in, but one of my […]

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Alexander’s birth: an 82 minute labor!

June 23, 2010

Here is the remarkable birth story of one of my HypnoBirthing moms (who also happens to be my beautiful sister-in-law!) Much like my own birth of baby Asher, no one realized Crystal was in labor until she was nearly complete. Her surges were erratic and completely painless and she spent the evening chasing her two-year-old […]

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