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Join us for the first NBF Workshop: How to Handle Your Fears. ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ Get your ticket here. The workshop will be your opportunity to work with Victoria and Leonie, as part of the group, and focus on the fears you have. The transformational 2 hours will leave you with the tools needed to handle any future fears that might pop up during your pregna…
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In this episode we hear from Andrena, a tattoo artist and animal lover who freebirthed her first baby. Whilst chatting with tattoo clients, Andrena quickly learned that there is often a lack of belief in birth and their bodies for many, many women. Andrena went in to appointments armed with research and with eyes wide open, working through small ba…
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In this episode, we hear from Chelsea from New Zealand, as she shares her journey from home birth to freebirth. In her first pregnancy, Chelsea discovers she is quite savvy about how the system works and could see that certain things could lead her down a pathway she didn't want to be on. Her first midwife-attended home birth was positive despite d…
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In this episode, we hear from Mollie May, an Independent Midwife who freebirthed her first baby. Mollie shares with us the balance she needed to find between experiencing her pregnancy in its own right, and wearing her professional hat as a UK registered midwife. Mollie discusses how she navigated the label and potential diagnosis of Gestational Di…
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In this episode, we talk with birthkeeper Kemi Johnson and get our teeth in to the idea of the "nice midwife". For many considering or preparing for freebirth, they will at some point come into contact with the kind of midwife who may be described as "really nice". It's important to discuss this, as it's not uncommon for this seemingly supportive c…
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In this episode we hear from Chelsea-Lee from Australia, as she shares her epic breech freebirth story. From an unexpected pregnancy following PCOS, to reclaiming her body after sexual assault, Chelsea-Lee's story is one full of wisdom and healing. Her first birth was an adrenaline filled side-of-the-road birth, and Chelsea-Lee was determined that …
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In this episode, we hear from mum of 3 Ashleigh from Durham. She shares her journey from non-hypnobirthing-perfect induction, to nearly-in-the-ambulance hospital birth, and finally to her long-awaited freebirth at home. Ashleigh shares how her visions for each birth evolved, how her history of addiction surfaced when taking pain relief, and how imp…
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In this episode, we hear from Mieke in Canada, as she shares her 'normal day' freebirth story. Mieke witnessed home births as a doula, before her own first birth, which was a ferocious and powerful midwife-attended home birth. We discussed the potent effects of castor oil, the midwife attending in a Halloween costume, and ways of navigating vaginal…
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In this episode, we hear from Kathryn in Leeds, as she shares the freebirth of her second child. Kathryn's first birth was what is unfortunately quite a common story; unquestioned hospital birth, labouring in the car park. After being refused entry to a birth pool in hospital, despite knowing she needed to be in water, things went down hill from th…
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In this episode, Eugenie from France shares her freebirth story of her second child, and we learn about freebirthing in France! Eugenie's first pregnancy was smooth, followed by a highly medicalised hospital birth that resulted in a spinal fluid leak. After having experienced such a straight-forward pregnancy Eugenie was left thinking, what the hel…
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In this episode, we share tips and tricks learned along the way for surviving the Christmas period! We asked you over on our Instagram page, for your top tips for navigating the festive season whilst pregnant, with a small baby, freebirth specific challenges - and your responses were great! We discuss expectations around the first Christmas, lettin…
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In this episode, Donna from Bristol shares her 44 week home birth story! (Yes, yes we know it's not a freebirth, but she said next time it will be! Plus, 44 weeks - incredible!) Though the start of her pregnancy was normal and boring, Donna soon had a fight on her hands as her midwives feared the possibility of a breech baby and took issue with Don…
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In this episode, Theresa an Austrian living in London, shares her story of freebirth as a first time mum. Theresa shares how she knew she wanted the support of a doula very early on, and talks about some amazing support from a male midwife within the NHS. She also shares about her awful home birth risk assessment visit, her amazing doula Samara, an…
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In this episode, Amy from Southwater in West Sussex, shares the story of her daughter Eetha who sadly was born sleeping. After a traumatic miscarriage that was handled badly by her hospital, Amy knew that she wanted her next birth to happen away from the medical system. Amy and partner Charlie prepared extensively for freebirth, and despite the tra…
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In this episode, Kezia from Wallingford, South Oxfordshire shares her amazingly uneventful freebirth story. Kezia talks of what real support can look like in both her hospital and home birth, the benefits of sexytime in birth, and the playful fumble of birthing her placenta. We also discuss her gloriously dull birth video, in which very little happ…
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In this episode, Christina from Derry, Northern Ireland, shares her story of the beautiful family-centered birth of her daughter. Her first baby was born in hospital, which she described as scary, unnatural and lacking control. Christina knew that she wanted her next birth to be different. When exploring her options (including wild/unassisted pregn…
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In this episode we explore just how normal and sometimes boring freebirth can be, and why there is a need for this conversation in the freebirth world. We move away from the common image of what freebirth 'is' and are creating a resource for you all where freebirth really can be accessible to all who choose it. We are calling out for wonderful gues…
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