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Doing It At Home - The Home Birth Podcast

Independent Podcast Network | Sarah Bivens and Matthew Bivens

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Doing It At Home - The Home Birth Podcast is a weekly podcast about home birth and our decision to go from a traditional hospital birth with an OBGYN to a natural birth at home with midwives. This is a raw and honest show that explores homebirth from every angle. We talk about the fears and judgements thrown at you when you choose home birth. We share resources that we found tremendously helpful for understanding our birthing options. We confess the magic and craziness in preparing for pregn ...
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Hosted by Elsie. Homebirth mama x2, mental health nurse, and an ex-student midwife that still has a strong passion for birth and supporting women. Sharing stories from births at home around Australia. Using the power of story telling, this podcast will hopefully empower, inspire, and motivate. If you would like to share your birth at home story, please reach out at 'birthingathome_apodcast' on Instagram - I would love to hear it!
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Where will you hear about home birth story details, the difference between modern and traditional midwifery, what to do when you are inspired to enter birth work and the connection of birth with sexuality and spirituality? This episode of the podcast, that's where! Today we’re joined by Blyss Young, LM CPM. Blyss is a home birth midwife, teacher, c…
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What did you think? This week's episode is shared today by Bek. After researching and choosing private midwifery care in her first pregnancy for a planned hospital birth, Bek shares today about her 2 subsequent home births. It is a beautiful conversation about pregnancy, birth, continuity of care, challenges in pregnancy, and having children presen…
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What did you think? As a part of the partners supporting birth at home series, today we hear Sean’s story of the birth of his baby girl who his partner Bronnie (who was in episode 39) freebirthed! Sean chats with us about his journey as a chiropractor to learning of birth at home. It was amazing to hear how unconditionally Sean trusted in Bronnie, …
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How can you utilize the power and intention of prayer for your birth? Regardless of your faith, setting intentions for your birth experience can be a big part of preparation for the experience. Today’s guest, Josephine Breen, weaves her faith into her birth story of her daughter Myriam. Josephine was born at home, and always remembers her mother be…
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What did you think? Episode 40! Today we hear how after 4 obstetric led hospital births, Kate began exploring her options for birth at home - but with uncertainty around private midwife availability, Kate instead chose to have a freebirth with her 5th baby. Whilst we don't cover her 4 hospital births in detail Kate does not go in to detail about he…
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What did you think? Episode 39 is shared by first time mum, Chloe, who had a homebirth with her baby Matilda. This story is actually pretty amazing - it’s not often that you come across birth at home stories, where the intention and prearation has spanned a number of years - especially with your first baby — which is what Chloe did and shares today…
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Melissa Thormahlen knows how to give me “all the feels.” I knew her story would impact many when her first email to me about her birth story had me tearing up. She experienced most of her birthing experience at home with her first baby Emeline, before transferring to a hospital and having a beautiful birth. For Tyler, baby number 2, she knew she wa…
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What did you think? Episode 38 is a first time mum freebirth story from Bronnie in Melbourne. Bronnie shares how she grew up petrified to be pregnant but after a lot of self discovery and unlearning, she set her intention to freebirth her first baby. In this episode we talk about the mental and emotional work that goes into planning a freebirth, he…
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What did you think? Today I chat with Anna as a part of the midwife stories series. Anna is actually Swedish and currently lives in her midwitch cottage in Sweden, but to my delight, the day of this interview, I learnt she studied and practiced midwifery in Australia! She shares her eclectic journey pre birth work and how her passion for human righ…
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“Is my body able to give birth?” This is one of the questions that Christina Winsnes asked herself as she prepared for the home birth of her second child, after an unplanned cesarean birth with her first child Emma. With the support of her husband Yeti and the rest of her team, Christina took time during her second pregnancy to deal with fears and …
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What did you think? Episode 37 is shared today by Emma in South Australia. Emma is a Mental Health Doula with 2 children, 1 who was born at home! Today she shares what a mental health doula is, her work in post partum and antenatal counselling, the importance of post partum planning, and of course her experience in finding and choosing homebirth! A…
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How does the experience of one birth influence the plans for births that follow? Today we chat with Emilee Petrill, and we pack a lot into a sub-hour conversation. Emilee has experienced a hospital birth with her first son Corbyn, a birthing center for her son Penn and finally a home birth for her son Moxy. She walks us through the processes and de…
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What did you think? Episode 36 is shared by mum to 4 under 6 years, Shelby. Shelby felt naive going in to her first 2 births, and although she learnt about homebirth (via freebirth first!) after her 2nd baby, she chose to have another birth centre birth. It wasn't until after reflection many months later, that she decided for her 4th baby she would…
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Can you approach birth from both a statistics and research-driven mind as well as with an intention to connect more deeply spiritually? YES! And our birth story today is an example of that. Ashton Parker shares her home birth journey with us. First with a good hospital birth for her first child, which included 5 hours of pushing. Then considered an…
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What did you think? Episode 35 is shared by Courtney, a doula and personal trainer, in NSW. After never really thinking of having children, Courtney ended up in a birth rabbit hole which led her to choosing a birth centre birth for her first baby, and then in an effort to reduce the risk of more interventions, she chose homebirth with her second ba…
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We’re entering a new phase of the podcast! In addition to our episodes that feature Matthew and me discussing some topic related to home birth, we’re publishing our conversations with moms and families who have experienced home birth along with professionals and thought leaders on the subject. First to kick off this endeavor is our chat with Jenny …
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What did you think? Episode 34 is from Mel, who whilst recording her homebirth story on the podcast in episode 11, was planning a frebirth during her wild pregnancy with Lakai. So today, we hear the beautiful and inspiring story of how Mel birthed Lakai at home, trusting her body and intuition completely, having done a lot of preperation for this r…
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Would you say that you eat with awareness? In today’s episode, we’re chatting with registered dietician and creator of Eat With Awareness, Laura Jean. Laura works with women and assists them in becoming the experts in their personal relationships with food. This covers the preconception, pregnancy and postpartum experiences. We talk with Laura abou…
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What did you think? Episode 33 on the 22nd...fitting for a twin freebirth story, and not just any story - because we know these are special...but Georgia shares how she only found out she was having twins as Freddy was being born! Georgia talks us through her first birth with daughter 'Bo' and the immense trauma she experienced. It is an example of…
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How does your first pregnancy and birth experience impact your second? In today’s interview, we’re chatting with Carolyn about her pregnancy and birth story of her son Solomon, while pregnant with her second child. We go over her decision to have a home birth as well as the intense first trimester sickness she experienced. Also the denial around la…
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What did you think? Episode 32 --- what a feel good episode! Was so great to chat with Britt from Perth who had homebirths with all 4 of her babies, and with all 4 she had the same midwife as a part fo her care! We chat all things physiological birth and how although all born at home, they were all individual birth experiences. A great episode for …
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What did you think? Today's midwife story is from Ineka - mum of one little boy born at home, and a homebirth/private midwife. Ineka is based in the Newcastle region and today share's how initially, she didn't think she would be able to get the results to be accepted in to a Bachelor of Midwifery program. After some soul searching through travel, i…
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When it comes to birth, what does it mean to “do your homework?” This is a big theme of our conversation with Emily Stanwyck, birth doula, Birthfit trainer and home birth mom of 2. According to Emily, “you can have 2 perfect home births when you do your homework!” We talk about what this means for her not only as a doula but as a mother. Plus detai…
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What did you think? Episode 31 is shared by the amazing Crystal who after having had a traumatic hospital birth, had 4 births at home, 3 of which were freebirths. They weren't without their challenges but these stories reinforce that every birth is different, and that in today’s westernised societies especially, we are encouraged to only view one v…
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Today's episode is an interview and home birth story of Lindsay Bonnar. Lindsay is another beautiful face of home birth, sharing her plans for home birth with her daughter that eventually shifted into a transfer to a birthing center. Now pregnant with baby number two, Lindsay is planning another home birth, a decision that we are totally inspired b…
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What did you think? Episode 30! Today's episode is shared by (Adelle) Del from Perth. Del talks us through her journey to finding homebirth. Going in to her first birth hoping for a 'low intervention birth' ended in fighting a diagnosis of down syndrome, then finding an induction and eventually falling victim to the cascade of intervention which en…
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For those mamas who experienced their waters breaking - how long did it take for labor to begin after that? Well in the case of today’s guest, Jenna Lehr, her water broke on a Tuesday, and her baby was born that Saturday! What we love about this detail is the opportunity it provides to normalize all the unique aspects of every woman’s body, baby an…
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