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Cedar is here!

Cedar is here!  All 9lbs 1.5oz worth…  He was 21” and was born in the water at the Birth House in Olympia on the 28th.  Melissa was able to go into labor naturally after going through early labor for almost 2 weeks.  She had lots of very intense contractions during that time and thought he was going to come...

Vanessa, Blake and Baby Russell

Vanessa here. 🙂 Baby Russell was born a whole week early but seemed to be full term at 19 inches and 7 lbs 2 ounces. I had been having what I thought were Braxton-Hicks contractions for about two days but they didn’t seem close enough together to be “time able.” On the 10th Blake and I...

Sonja and Jon and Baby August !

We ended up having our baby girl 2 weeks early at 38 weeks, on Friday Sept 27 !  She was perfectly healthy, guess she was just ready to come out:).   My body was showing signs that week, so I was thinking it might happen early.  On Thursday night we went to bed and I woke up at 1:30 am with contractions,...

Tiffany, Matt, and Dylan

Our son, Dylan, was born on March 12. The Blissborn techniques we learned from you were so helpful. I was successful in staying completely focused throughout my labor and Dylan was born without any medication or interventions after about an 8 hour labor. I wasn’t sure I had practiced enough so I was...

James and Isabella: Birth Hypnosis Babies

James’ Birth – March 10, 2008 My husband and I completed HypnoBirthing lessons before the birth of our first child, James. I went into labor at home and had a natural birth in a hospital, grateful to enjoy the hybrid experience of a non-medicated birth in a medical setting, should the need for...

Liam’s Birth: June 28, 2011

Liam’s Birth: June 28, 2011 Before conceiving my son, I was a big advocate of what I considered “suffer free births”. I always said that God created epidurals for a reason, and the last thing I wanted was for my child to be born into the world with me screaming “get him out of...

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