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We ask every Monday on our Facebook page for our Hypnobabies fans to check in and let us know if anyone has given birth recently using Hypnobabies!

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This week's birth notices:

Kristall wrote: "Grace was born Feb 17 at 6:20am, 1 week after my guess date. She was 9lbs 1oz and my easiest delivery and recovery yet! My first Hypnobaby (I have 3 kids) but I will never have a baby any other way again - have been raving to everyone who will hear me about Hypnobabies and how it helped me enjoy my fast and easy birth!"

Michelle wrote: "Oliver Jacob was born at 8:54pm on Friday 2/15 after 29 hours of labor and 2.5 hours of pushing. He was born in a birth center. He was 20.5 inches and 8 lbs 10 oz. It was a vbac! :) He is just the sweetest, easy going baby. We are so blessed to have two wonderful sons. I regret not turning on my hypnotracks sooner. I had an awful sinus infection and the thought of being told to breathe when I couldn't made me angry. I used peace and relax cues though throughout early labor and the birthing day affirmations. Once I arrived at the birth center (about 24 hours in), we turned on the transition track as I got in the tub and had it on repeat for all of transition through the first hour plus of pushing. It really me relax. I'm a but of a control freak and was having a hard time letting go. This caused me to feel more than I would have liked, but still....i made it through and had my all natural vbac. I couldn't be happier."

Holly wrote: "Avalon Eve was born feb 16 at 11:20pm. We planned a home birth and had a surprise unassisted birth, as labor was super fast! This was our third hypnobaby. Due date was feb 14. I had lots lots of early labor/ prodromal contractions for the week leading up to this birth. I was playing a card game with my husband until about 10:50. Then the contractions were starting to make my back sore so I leaned on my yoga ball and had hubby rub my back. After maybe 5 minutes I had to run to the bathroom. I had hubby draw me a hot bath. Got in and waves were super intense and right on top of each other. Hubby called the midwife and our other support person to come over. With in 5 minutes I needed to push. I stood up out of the bath and moved to the toilet. Two contraction later I felt her head moving down. Husband grasped her head and one contraction later she was born My best friend arrived a minute later and the midwife about 15 minutes later. In all it was too fast to even think about hypnobaby techniques. 8lb 3 oz 19 inches long. Perfect in every way."

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Greetings, Hypnobabies Fans!

Remember! Our public Hypnobabies Instructor Training for 2013 is in St. Louis, MO, May 3-6, and we will be closing registration on March 13, 2013!

We are only accepting 50 trainees, so please visit our Instructor Training Info page


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Becoming a Hypnobabies Instructor

Being a Hypnobabies Instructor is extremely gratifying; as you help young families learn to trust themselves, their babies and the process of childbirth, your own journey in life opens up as well!

Whether you are a happy Hypnobabies Mom or a "birth junkie" doula, midwife or other birth professional, you can help the women of your community to enjoy childbirth, and be a part of the wonderful change in perception that natural childbirth is going through.

Hypnobabies Childbirth Hypnosis

www.Hypnobabies.com

714-894-BABY (2229)



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Preggie Pals is a weekly podcast and online resource for expecting moms and dads and those trying to become pregnant.
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This week they featured:

Childbirth Preparation Methods: Hypnobabies


Today’s expecting mothers are much more proactive in their approach to childbirth preparation, and that’s one reason why Hypnobabies has become so popular. What exactly is Hypnobabies and how does it differ from Hypnobirthing? What does it take to become successful in using this technique? Plus, is it really possible to have a “pain-free” birth? Introducing Cassie Freisen, Hypno-Mom!

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Cassie has a degree in Human Development and has always been fascinated by the various stages we pass through in life, as well as how our experiences shape us. She discovered Hypnobabies as she was preparing for her daughter’s birth and knew it was the program for her. After comparing it with the other programs out there, she found that Hypnobabies was the only one that consistently had positive reviews and a great success rate. Using Hypnobabies was one of the best decisions she’s ever made! Preparing for her ‘birthing time’ truly was relaxing, empowering and educational. But it wasn’t until her daughter was born easily and *pain-free* into this world that her entire life changed. Listen to her Podcast HERE
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At Hypnobabies, we teach a lot about the impact that our use of specific language has on pregnant, birthing and post-partum mothers. Word association, connotations and "waking suggestions" create physical effects, actually changing our chemical makeup and of course, our all-important belief systems about childbirth. 

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We found a terrific article that affirms our admonition that positive and encouraging language and messages need to be used when we are around pregnant women. Telling "war stories" about childbirth frightens and confuses expectant moms and can be harmful!

Birth is no time for war stories

'I died, but it was fine," a woman at a barbecue told me when I was nine months' pregnant. She was a stranger, her story unsolicited. As I nodded and nervously sipped a glass of water, she explained how she'd suffered from pre-eclampsia, "died" on the obstetrician's table and been brought back to life.
 
Hers was only one of numerous unsolicited stories that would have been enough to act as excellent birth control, had that ship not already sailed.
 
"I had two C-sections. I still can't sit up," a waitress announced on seeing my burgeoning belly. "You'll never be able to have decent sex again," lamented one. "Just say yes to the epidural," warned another.
 
Funny how our own personal experiences become The Big Truth...

Read the full article here




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Lorraine offers Hypnobabies classes,  Prepared Childbirth classes, Breastfeeding Classes, Baby Massage, Happiest Baby on the Block, Dancing for Birth, Prenatal Yoga/Fitness, Mommy and Me Yoga/Fitness/Massage, Baby Signs and parenting classes, serving all of Orange and LA Counties.  http://www.prenataleducationcenter.com/index.html

Lorraine Shorman, CD(DONA), HCHI
Los Alamitos, California 90720
Phone: (714) 624-3495
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Please share this link with your friends and colleagues - thank you!
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I am a very proud Hypnobabies Mom (4 yrs ago) & a doula, currently working on my HypnoDoula certification. I can't say enough good things about Hypnobabies. I tell every client I interview about how calm & peaceful my Hypnobabies birth was. You get plenty strange looks, oh well. It *CAN be easy, women just don't always believe it. I am a Hypnobabies cheerleader! 

My Hypnobabies birth was perfect & I immediately wanted other women know their births can be too. The Hypnobabies program is simply AMAZING. Now I am starting to get Hypnobabies doula clients.....YEAH! 

I just had a Hypnobabies Mom as a client, she *practiced and believed* in the program and did it show!  We arrived at the hospital at 9+ cm. 1 hour later her baby arrived), barely made a noise. (1st baby), no tear. Mom was so calm & focused she didn't even think she needed to go to the hospital.

Hypnobabies is now starting catch on in some Indianapolis hospitals. YEAH!! I sat in on one of the hospital Hypnobabies classes (as a refresher for an upcoming Hypnobabies client).  I asked the nurse why the hospitals have come on board. She said they were seeing lots of Hypnobabies traffic on the message boards. Her classes have been full for many months.  I have another Hypnobabies Mom due in 2wks.  Baby is breech. Can't wait to share that with Hypnobabies.....baby turned.

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Beautiful Hypnobabies homebirth couple

~Blessed by Births~  Debbie Bostock  Indianapolis, IN
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Introducing our Pocatello, Idaho Hypnobabies Instructor and Hypno-Mom, Natalie Permann!

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Hello! My name is Natalie. I am a wife, a mother of three, a Hypnobabies Childbirth Instructor, and a doula! I'm passionate about childbirth and hope to help women realize the power that is in them to birth more normally and naturally.
http://doulanataliesue.yolasite.com/about-us.php

Watch Natalie's Hypnobabies birth video and read her birth story here: http://doulanataliesue.yolasite.com/my-hypnobabies-birth.php

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At Hypnobabies it is important that our wonderful expectant parents understand that "all of the choices in pregnancy, childbirth, postpatrum and your baby's care are yours to make!" The article below from Birth Takes a Village reinforces this message and underscores the importance of taking responsibility for your baby's birth. Remember: someone will, and it needs to be you!

There’s no “Have To” in Childbirth
by Jessica Austin on January 2, 2013

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If there is one phrase I’d like to get rid of in birth, it’s “have to”.   There are no “have tos” in birth, there are only medical recommendations and a birthing woman’s informed choice.  

There is no such thing as “My baby is breech so I have to have a hospital birth.”

There is no “I have to be induced because I’m 42 weeks”.

There is no “I have to have continuous monitoring of my baby’s heart rate because I chose to receive an epidural”.  

If you have a doctor or registered midwife, they can make recommendations, and you make an informed choice about those recommendations.  

Speak about your birth choices in a way that keeps the power with YOU:

Read the full artcile here
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Remember!

Our Hypnobabies Instructor Training for 2013 is in St. Louis, MO, May 3-6, and we will be closing registration in late March 2013! We are only accepting 50 trainees, so please watch our Training FAQs Webinar now!

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Read our Instructor Training Newsletter, which has a coupon code in it for $10.00 off of our Hypnobabies Hypno-Doula Bundle!

Being a Hypnobabies Instructor is extremely gratifying; as you help young families learn to trust themselves, their babies and the process of childbirth, your own journey in life opens up as well!
 
Whether you are a happy Hypnobabies Mom or a "birth junkie" doula, midwife or other birth professional, you can help the women of your community to enjoy childbirth, and be a part of the wonderful change in perception that natural childbirth is going through.
 
Hypnobabies Childbirth Hypnosis
www.Hypnobabies.com
714-894-BABY (2229)
Toll-free: (U.S. only) 877-55-HYPNO (49766)
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A recent article in the Huffington Post describes how new parents can be influenced by hospital staff to doubt their own parenting skills, right from the start. Fear of liability has created some unnecessary hospital admonitions and "rules" about newborn care which new parents actually have complete control over, just like all aspects of their pregnancies and births. Edicts, warnings and "advice" from staff and their sponsors such as formula companies can initiate confusion and undermine new parent's confidence to trust in their own intelligence about their baby's needs. Unnecessary interventions, including interference with breastfeeding and common newborn procedures can affect parent/baby bonding and baby's long-term health:

What Not to Say to a New Mother -- Hospital Staff
The other day I was visiting a family and their just-born baby in the hospital, and in the few short hours I was there, I heard a bunch of surprising comments:

•A nurse told a new dad (who was standing up, holding his 20-hour-old baby) to put the baby down in the bassinet, warning him that his son was safer in the bassinet -- otherwise Dad might drop the baby.

•A different nurse told a new mom (who was holding her 8-hour-old baby) that her daughter would be safer in the bassinet because Mom might doze off and "co-sleeping is not allowed."

These comments by two different staff members to two different families are, to me, eye-rollingly laughable -- obviously babies can be safely held by parents, both seated and standing. Obviously babies don't need to lie in a plastic bucket all the time for fear of being dropped.   Probably the first nurse meant: "If you did drop him, we'd end up with a law suit," i.e., it's potentially dangerous to us, the hospital, not: "It's actually likely you'll drop him"...
READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE

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I had been told at my appointment at 39 weeks 4 days that I would need to be induced if I didn't deliver by 41 weeks due to my blood pressure creeping up over the last few weeks.  I was concerned that an induction would lead to other interventions and possibly a c-section.  My midwives asked me to come back that Friday to check my blood pressure, but that they thought there was a really good chance I would go into labor before that appointment.  I wasn't so sure.  Everyone had been telling me the whole pregnancy they thought I would go early.  I had a feeling that either my baby would come even earlier than my last pregnancy (37 weeks 3 days) or be past my guess date.  I have no idea why I thought that, but I did.  At 36 weeks I had very regular pressure waves for most of the day and throughout the weekend, but we were able to get them to fade out by getting off my feet.  I ended up on modified bedrest after that.  At that point I figured I would go late, but everyone else thought it would be any day.  So you can imagine everyone else's surprise when the guess date (Thanksgiving 11/22/12) came and went and my baby was still not here.  I didn't mind though.  I wanted her to have all the time she needed and secretly appreciated not spending Thanksgiving in the hospital, but I would have done it for her gladly if that was what she needed.  

On 11/23/12 we went to our appointment and my blood pressure was the highest it had been all pregnancy.  I believe it was 136/90 (not crazy high, but very high for me).  They took it 3 times just to make sure it was accurate.  I burst into tears as I knew that meant we were on the clock at that point.  The nurse tried to comfort me and so did my husband.  The midwife I was seeing that day came in and told me to not worry.  She told me they would retake my blood pressure at the end of my appointment and that this didn't necessarily mean I would have to be induced at 41 weeks (she had felt differently than the midwife I saw earlier that week since I didn't have any other pre-e symptoms and my blood pressure was not off the charts).  We listened to the heartbeat which was perfect.  She asked me about the baby's movement and I realized I wasn't sure.  I had been so preoccupied with worrying about he high blood pressure that I hadn't done my kick counts.  The midwife said she would hook me up to the monitor just to see how everything was going.  They took my blood pressure again before hooking me up and guess what….it was back to normal!  I had been making my blood pressure rise with my worries!  Then within minutes of being hooked up to the monitor I started feeling pressure waves.  They were pretty strong and to my surprise started coming about every 5 minutes.  This happened for the next hour. The midwife said she would go ahead and do an an internal exam to see if the pressure waves were doing anything.  She said I was about 3-4 cm, 60% effaced and station -1.  I had made a little progress so she stretched me to a 4 and said maybe that would be enough to get the pressure waves to continue and put me into active labor.  

My pressure waves did peter out by the evening.  I talked with the baby and let her know we were in this together and that I was ready if she was.  I was really hoping she was ready because my favorite midwife was on call at the hospital, but only for another 24 hours.  We went to bed and I woke up about 3:30 am to use the bathroom.  I felt a little funny and by 3:48 am I was having pressure waves about 7 minutes apart.  They were pretty strong and felt like a combination of braxton hicks and menstrual cramps.  They felt different than with my son's labor, but they were strong enough were I felt like this could be it.  I decided to listen to a Hypnobabies track (Easy First Stage).  I was very comfortable at that point even though the pressure waves were strong.  At about 5 am my husband woke up and I told him I didn't want him going to work.  I started to feel sick and threw up in the bathroom.  I had gotten sick with my son's labor too so I figured this had to be it.  So we got up and finished packing the bags.  My husband ran out to get treats for the nurses at labor and delivery while I continued to pack.  The pressure waves were getting closer together which was making it hard to pack the bags.  I called the midwife at about 6 am and she agreed I should come in.  I told her we would be there about 7 am.  We didn't end up leaving until close to 7 am because it was taking me so long to pack with the pressure waves being so strong and so close together.  In fact we ended up not quite finishing because we realized that the pressure waves were getting closer and I couldn't talk through them and I got sick and couple more times.  I listened to Hypnobabies through headphones on the car ride to the hospital.  When we got to the hospital I was feeling a lot of pressure. 

Our midwife met us at L&D.  I had to stop a couple of times on the way back to the delivery room due to the pressure waves. Luckily Patty brought be right to a room and I didn't have to be checked at triage.  When we got into the room at 7:30 am she checked me and said I was 8 cm.  Everyone started rushing around to get the delivery cart ready.  Patty said she could either break my water or I could get into the tub, but if she broke my water I would probably be ready to push right after.  I told her I wanted to try the tub.  I wanted my water to break naturally if possible and I had been really excited to use the tub for labor.  On the way to getting to the tub I got sick again.  Not fun, but I knew that meant I was getting closer to seeing my baby.  As soon as they started lowering me into the tub I feel a pop and a lot of pressure.  My water had broke.  I started saying "I can't do this" meaning I can't be in the tub, but my midwife thought I meant I can't do a natural labor.  I clarified what had happened and that I needed to push and they quickly helped me get out of the tub.  I thought I was going to delivery the baby on the tile floor since the pressure had gotten so intense!  They helped get me to the bed and I started to push.  WIthin about 15 min my baby was born.  They  put our baby girl right up on my chest and I just couldn't believe she was here.  She was born at 8:11 am, just 40 minutes after we got to the hospital!  The nursed hadn't even fully checked me in yet!  I did have to get a shot of pitocin after she were born just because they were a little concerned with the amount of blood I lost right before delivering the placenta (all was fine though).  I also did have a 1st degree tear and needed stitches (I didn't feel the tear happen nor did I feel the stitches and it didn't bother me in the least during my recovery). 

My first hypnobabies experience was 12 hours of labor (only about 4 hours of active labor and 15 min of pushing) and this time it was only about 4 hours of labor total with 15 mins of pushing.  Not bad.  I don't really feel like I ever had any pain, just pressure.  The pressure was very intense, but it was all manageable and the relief you feel when the baby is born is amazing. I really can't say enough good things about Hypnobabies.  The relaxation during pregnancy alone is amazing, but having such an empowering birth is beyond words!

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Some of our wonderful, amazing Hypnoobabies moms have shared with us their baby's birth announcements and birth stories this week. Congratulations Hypno-Moms and welcome to all our Hypno-babies!!

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Jennifer K. R.: Liam Nicholas, proud to be an intact male (3rd in our family), proud to be exclusively breastfed (3rd in our family), proud to be birthed naturally and a Hypnobaby (2nd for me), proud to be a lttle brother to Lily and Lucas. Liam was born in the hosptal, we would have choosen a homebirth had we lived closer to a hospital. He was 7lbs, 11oz, 20".

I loved my Hypnobabies experience, both times. I had a pain-free comfortable birth. I used my special-safe place, partner hands-on and cue words. I breathed my baby out (no pushing only "Ahhhhhh") in one contraction. My birthing time started at 10pm and he was born at 3:23am. I remained calm, confident and relaxed. I used a combination of "What If" and "fear releasing" one time with my 1st Hypnobabies birth during my birthing to kind-of "blow away" one drifting thought of an epidural. I knew that this was what I wanted. I knew I wanted to know what it felt like and it was one of the greatest experiences of my life.

I was so excited for both births, I never had a thought of epi during my 2nd Hypnobabies birth because I knew I had the tools I needed to "make it work for me!". You can make it work for you too! Have a beautiful birthing.

Valerie S.: Chloe Aurora was born at hospital 10 April 2012, 9 lb 5 oz, 21.25". She was a week "overdue," and my doctor decided that I needed to be induced. I arrived at the hospital at 6 AM, the Pitocin started at 10. At 3 PM I had not progressed to the staff's liking and they were pressuring me to have my bag of water broken.

When they pushed the issue again, I asked them to leave, and while discussing with my doula the repercussions of walking out and labeling the visit a "failed induction," my waters broke on their own and my birthing time began! Thanks to Hypnobabies and my mantra of "open, open, open," my beautiful baby girl was in my arms at 5:09 PM - my birthing time progressed so quickly by the time my doctor arrived, I was already nursing my happy little newborn. Chloe's birth was completely pain-free and comfortable - in fact, I was out running again when she was a mere 6 days old!

Daniella C.: Our fourth daughter and Hypnobaby, Cosima Cecilia, was born at home on 04.04.12. She weighed 6lbs, 6oz and was 20.25" (39w3d). Birthing time began at 11:30am and Coco entered the world at 2:17pm after two pushes. Much to our surprise (again!) is fair and has blue eyes (so far) like one of her sisters and is the perfect addition to our gaggle of girls.

Ashley B.: Baby Brooks born on December 6, 2012 at 2:31 am. Labor started at 10:00 pm. Brooks is my second child, the first one I did hypno-birthing. I was able to use deep breathing and my calming color to get through the contractions. I ended up getting an epidural and had Brooks 30 mins later. It was an amazing, relaxing experience and I wouldn't change a thing! Hypnonbirthing works!



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We sometimes receive the question, "Why would anyone want a natural (unmedicated) birth?"

There are many reasons for choosing to give birth without drugs; childbirth is a normal process and can be very joyful, all labor drugs have side effects which affect mothers and babies, the side effects can be far-reaching, long lasting and very detrimental, etc.

Another reason that we have found is that sometimes labor medications or procedures are found to be dangerous long after use, and in ways that were never anticipated:

The recent drug recall linked to Meningitis has now been expanded to epidurals
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That's right!

The perfect holiday gift is here at Hypnobabies.

What could be better than an easier, more comfortable pregnancy and birth for Christmas or Chanukah?
Tell your friends, relatives and colleagues that Hypnobabies Gift Certificates are here!

 http://www.Hypnobabies-Gift.com  

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Expectant moms love Hypnobabies products and now they can get them from friends, relatives and co-workers. Hypnobabies Gift Certificates can be purchased in any amount and redeemed for any Hypnobabies products. Recipients can even redeem several Gift Certificates at one time, so family and friends can buy separate certificates to be applied to one large purchase.

 Let them choose their own gift with our Hypnobabies Gift Certificates, to help enjoy an easier pregnancy with our Easy Pregnancy MP3 Set - 6 Hypnobabies audio tracks for $45.95!

Is her heart set on a natural birth? The perfect gift for her this year is our Hypnobabies Home Study Course, and we also have individual MP3 tracks for specific pregnancy issues such as morning sickness, successful breastfeeding, avoiding and early labor and getting labor started!

New moms also love our Comfort and Calm for the New Mother MP3 Set, which allows mothers to sleep better, breastfeed easier and feel more confident as they begin their new-baby journey!

Are you a birth professional or know one that would love to receive our Hypno-Doula Bundle? Our Hypnobabies Gift Certificatescan be purchased in any amount and redeemed for any products.

Tell everyone you know this holiday season about our Hypnobabies Gift Certificates, and make someone's Hypnobabies dreams come true!

 

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Malloree, using Hypnobabies, deeply focused during a "birthing wave", very comfortable. She is aware of everything going on around her; as much as she wants to be.

Will I be awake and aware during my labor using Hypnobabies?


Q) I'm wondering what being in hypnosis will be like when I'm giving birth. My midwife also says she is concerned that I won't be fully present and able to feel or know what's going on; that I'll be like a zombie or something. I understand that relaxation is deep but how much do you know of what's going on around you? I would like to really experience childbirth, just without the pain!

A) Then you've come to the right place! No zombies allowed. You are as aware as you want to be while in hypnosis. The hypnosis experience is different for each person using it, but it is simply focused concentration, like when you're deeply engrossed in a book or driving your car and thinking about something else at the same time. Both are states of hypnosis and you can see, hear and feel everything that you *want to* while doing them.

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Malloree, still deeply in hypnosis after her wave is over

Here are some other perspectives about childbirth hypnosis awareness from Hypno-moms who have been there...

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Today we read a blog post that encapsulates what every pregnant women needs to know about taking responsibility for her own pregnancy and birthing choices: The choices are always  *yours*. If you don't make them and enforce them, someone else *will* and only you know what is best for yourself and your baby.

Take Back Your Birth

www.ImprovingBirth.org

I went into pregnancy and preparation for birth “willfully ignorant.”  I’d never wanted to experience either, so my perspective on the whole thing was that of an outsider’s.  As I started poking around about giving birth for the first time, I had some vague ideas about lowering the lighting in the room; maybe I’d wear one of my own gowns that I felt comfortable in.  I didn’t want gawking strangers there while I delivered (I mean, how awkward is that?) and I thought it would be very cool if I could cut the baby’s cord, if it wasn’t too gross.  

This was when I began hearing a phrase that absolutely astonished me: READ THE FULL ARCTICLE HERE
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Baby Ryleigh Claire Barron


I do not know where to even begin because everything about the birth was such a great experience. I don't think I would have gotten through the whole pregnancy without Hypnobabies.

I went to see Joanne (ob/gyn) at 38 weeks and...

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First-time mom, Crystal pushes Baby Madison out into her own hands and then sings to her - so beautiful!

"This is a very raw, intimate and emotional clip of Madison being born. It was powerful, intense and overwhelming yet beautiful, calm and peaceful all at the same time. I remember birthing her head and body so vividly. I felt pressure and stretching... thank you Hypnobabies! Definitely one of the most memorable parts of my birth experience! :-)"
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Welcome to our Hypnobabies Birth Hypnosis Blog, where we share information to help you obtain a better understanding of Hypnobabies Childbirth Hypnosis, Christianity and Hypnosis, How Hypnobabies is Different from Other Birth Hypnosis Programs, "Eyes-Open Childbirth Hypnosis", and much more.
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Two of our Hypnobabies moms shared with us on our Mom's Forum how they used their Hypnobabies techniques and cues to eliminate pelvic and hip pain:

Marilyn wrote: "I have been having a lot of pelvic and hip pain on my left side. My chiropractor said it is probably symphysis pubic dysfunction and it will probably bother me until she's born.

I have been using Hypnobabies to help me deal with the discomfort and it has been a life saver! Especially at night when I'm trying to sleep. I had some doubts about how well Hypnobabies would really work once I was in labor since I'm not in any pain when I practice.

Now I know how well it works and I have no doubts that I can have a completely comfortable delivery."

Emily wrote: "Same here! I've been wondering if the Hypnobabies techniques were working. Then baby started to drop a few days ago making sharp stabbing "pains" in my pelvis. I could not stand or move. Then my hubbs said go lay down and listen to your Hypnobabies CDs. I listened to two while my 2 yr old was napping an literally everything went away!!   Very encouraging for my upcoming birth! I'm so excited for the big day!!"
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