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Throughout my life children were never an option or even something I would begin to consider as a result of an overwhelming phobia of hospitals and doctors; an affliction I have unfortunately developed due to repeated bad experiences throughout m..
5 years ago, I gave birth to my daughter Amelia at hospital. My birth story was pretty much how you imagine labour to be like. Drugs, stuck on bed with wires and monitors beeping, drips to help keep you hydrated, hormone drip to speed up the labo..
I cannot praise One to One enough and my amazing midwife Kim and just as amazing MaMA Tina. Not only did I have the pleasure of both these ladies looking after me once, but I got to have them twice!
The first time was with my son Bailey, who..
My journey with One to One started about 12 months ago when we sadly miscarried our first baby. I started speaking to Lucy (my midwife) at this tricky time and she was just what I needed at the end of the phone. I then found out I was pregnant ea..
So, after 6 weeks, I am finally finding some time (time to myself is nearly non-existent with 3 children!) to write about my third birth, my second with One to One and first water birth! I have always wanted a water birth, but with my first in ho..
How One to One Midwives helped me achieve the most amazing homebirth
Today I was discharged by my wonderful midwife, Sheridan. Whilst I felt completely ready to be discharged, I also felt a slight sadness that my One to One experience was ove..
This was my second pregnancy with One to One and I chose to use them again after the brilliant care that I got with my first child who is now 2 years old. I really wanted a home birth with my first but due to medical reasons last minute I was una..
My surges started naturally at 40+2 just as I got in to bed at 22:00 on Friday 14 September. I’d had some period style cramping earlier in the day but thought nothing of it as the day before I was told that baby’s head wasn’t ye..
So, my husband and I had wanted a homebirth with our previous children however, due to pregnancy and labours unpredictable challenges this wasn’t possible until now.
My two previous births had been in hospital and induced by IV drip of..
So, I’m just under 4 weeks into being a mum of two! But whilst I’ve got that rare luxury of a quiet 10 minutes and a hot cuppa, I thought I’d share my birth story.
From week 3, like in my first pregnancy, Hyperemesis hit me..