Videos of Birth

Your Birth Coach’s 3rd Home Birth Video in Water Your Birth Coach Comments

Your Birth Coach’s 2nd Home Birth Video in Water Your Birth Coach Comments

Pain Free Unassisted Home Water Birth Your Birth Coach Comments

Laughing Through Birth Your Birth Coach Comments

Twin Home Water Birth Video Your Birth Coach Comments

Natural Unmedicated Birth Your Birth Coach Comments

Home Breech Birth Your Birth Coach Comments

Unasssited Home Birth Your Birth Coach Comments

Water Birth Video Your Birth Coach Comments

Unmedicated Water Birth Video in a Birth Center Your Birth Coach Comments

Unassisted Home Water Birth Your Birth Coach Comments

Unassisted Home HypnoBirth Your Birth Coach Comments

Home Water Birth with Midwives

Healing Home Birth After Two Miscarriages

Home Water Birth using Bradley Method

Pain Free HypnoBirthing Home Water Birth

Mom Labors On Her Own

Home Water Birth after Cesarean

Ocean Birth

Water Birth Picture Montage

Accidentally Unassisted Home birth

Breech Water Birth

Home Birth with Midwives

Accidentally Unassisted Home birth

VBAC Home Water Birth

Undisturbed Water Birth in Birth Center

Posterior Baby Water Birth in Birthing Center

Home Birth After Cesarean in Water

Home Birth Seated Position

VBAC Home Water Birth

Unassisted Water Birth

Birthing Center Water Birth

Home Water Birth

Hypnobabies Waterbirth

Waterbirth

Waterbirth

Home Water Birth

Birth in Nature Your Birth Coach Comments

Elephant Birth

Giraffe Birth

11 Responses to Videos of Birth

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  2. insia khan says:

    very great & my fevorite good.

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  6. Dr. Nancy says:

    Victoria, If you want to try for a HVB2C then go for it. Educate yourself and get a great support team and it is possible. Read Birthing the Easy Way from Someone Who Learned the Hard Way. She had homebirths after multiple cesarean births.

  7. victoria says:

    Thanks for sharing all these video. I was touched by them. I am so scared to give birth.
    I have two children. Both were born in hospital by C-section. I am thinking to have third but I am so so frightened by the operation. Would you recommend to try at home birth for VB2C? Do you have experience about that? Really appreciate you share this! Thank you!

  8. Jen says:

    I just came across your site today and am so glad I did. I had seen some of these videos before but not all of them. I’m due any day now, just like you, and am doing a water birth-HypnoBirthing combo. The fear of giving birth has been removed for me because of this route. It is so encouraging, though, seeing so many positive, calm birth videos to give a more accurate portrayal of what it can be like when we trust our bodies and our babies to do what they know to do. I’m signed up to see your next home birth and think it’s wonderful what you are doing!

    And I echo what Stella said. That mama elephant left an impression on me for sure. No fear, just letting it happen. As we all should. Beautiful.

  9. Dr. Nancy says:

    “do you think it is a “MUST” to induce or would you recommend the mother to go into labor on her own…….no matter how long it takes?? Or does it really get dangerous for the baby to stay in for too long?” I do not think it is a must to induce because of dates. Due dates don’t actually mean too much. 40 weeks is based on pregnancy lasting approximately 10 moons. The average pregnancy is actually 40+3, average first time is 40+8. This still doesn’t mean much. The average means that if you take all women and average them that is the number. It does not mean we are due to have our babies by that date. It is simply an estimation where you are most likely to have your baby 3 weeks before or 3 weeks after. The other problem with dates is how we calculate them. Ultrasound is very inaccurate and using the first day of your last period does not factor in different length cycles and when you actually ovulated. If you know when you ovulated/conceived that is the best date to use add 38 weeks and know it will more likely go longer than shorter. Unless there are clear indications that there is a danger to the baby, babies should be left to come out in their own time. It is the baby that triggers labor when it is ready to come out, forcing it out sooner can lead to a baby before born prematurely, even if it is 2 weeks post dates. “Just kept thinking, what if something goes wrong? What if the cord is around the neck and he/she needs oxygen right after coming into this word?” If you have midwives they are fully equipped to deal with these things at home. The cord just needs to be unwrapped and the midwives carry oxygen. Also if you don’t cut the cord the baby doesn’t need to breathe right away because it will still be getting oxygen from the cord.

  10. Krisztina says:

    WOW, amazing videos………I just have a few comments/questions. I’m a mother of three (13, 9, 5). All my kids were born in hospitals. No medications or epidural with any of them. First was a 24 hours labor. Second, was induced b/c I was 14 days late. My question here, would be, do you think it is a “MUST” to induce or would you recommend the mother to go into labor on her own…….no matter how long it takes?? Or does it really get dangerous for the baby to stay in for too long? My third one was really fast, we hardly made it to the hospital, he was born at the ER, b/c they had no time to take us upstairs. I do like the idea of home birth and did think about it, but I just got nervous for the baby……….Just kept thinking, what if something goes wrong? What if the cord is around the neck and he/she needs oxygen right after coming into this word? Which actually happened with my second child. He was 9lb 3oz, big baby, 14 days old, yet he had a hard time breathing on his own! In cases like that, can’t a home birth put the child’s life into danger? One of this videos show, when the baby seems so lifeless and the mother is so calm and keeps breathing air into the baby! Took her a few tries before the baby took his/her first one on it’s own!! I would just freak out!!!!!
    And I agree! The video with the Elephant is just amazing!!! Nature just does it job so well………….thanks for posting all of this! Good luck in your birth, hopefully coming soon!!!

  11. Stella Debiaggi says:

    Woaw, I can’t believe that last video, it was just amazing seeing that Mama Elephant knowing exactly what to do to help her baby start breathing. I think that I stopped breathing myself for a little while!

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