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Suddenly our summer break is coming to an end, (we’ve got less than 2 weeks until Ayden starts 1st grade😱). I’ve got such mixed emotions, as this has been my favorite summer yet (hint: every year gets better and better). But I’m also a sucker for fall, and seasons, and birthdays, and holidays..
When do your littles go (back) to school? Do you feel like the school year just totally snuck up on you too?!

I just couldn’t love these three more

YES, THIS IS A BIRTH VIDEO
NO, YOU SHOULDN’T THINK THIS IS GROSS.
Having a problem with watching this video is exactly why birth is scary for moms and babies in the US. #geteducated
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⚓️𝐂𝐇𝐈𝐋𝐃𝐁𝐈𝐑𝐓𝐇 𝐄𝐃𝐔𝐂𝐀𝐓𝐈𝐎𝐍𝐀𝐋 𝐕𝐈𝐃𝐄𝐎 𝐅𝐑𝐎𝐌 𝟏𝟗𝟔𝟏⚓️
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The U.S. Navy created this emergency childbirth video. And while it’s a vintage video (you know I love vintage birth videos😻), the Navy covered many key points that are beneficial for mother and baby.
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⚓️support of the perineum(👈🏻reduces tearing)
⚓️cradle the head, don’t grasp it or interfere with its rotation.(👈🏻reduces injury to baby and mother)
⚓️if cord is around the neck, loosen it but don’t try to untangle it now(👈🏻nuchal cords are normal and are not emergencies)
⚓️never pull on the baby to hasten it’s birth, just support him(👈🏻babies can find their way through the pelvis, pulling and manipulating the baby can cause injury to mother and baby)
⚓️wait until the cord becomes limp and all pulsation ceases before tying it off(👈🏻beneficial cord blood belongs to your baby and oxygen supply through the cord helps baby transition)
⚓️the placenta, don’t pull on the cord or depress the mothers abdomen to hasten it’s delivery(👈🏻manual traction of the cord can increase chances of hemorrhage)
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We knew so much back then as well. So after all these years, why are we fighting what we know to be healthiest for mother and baby?
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These things have never been a secret. We have been ignoring it, which is worse than a secret. The truth is that we are in such a rush to get baby out, cut the cord and pull out the placenta.
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Let’s stop thinking “fast” and start thinking “slow”. #bumpbirthandbeyond

Repost @badassmotherbirther

Amazing! Thank you @bumpbirthandbeyond for sharing this. The only thing missing was mention of the fact that an upright position for the mother will allow the process to be as easy as possible.
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⚓️𝐂𝐇𝐈𝐋𝐃𝐁𝐈𝐑𝐓𝐇 𝐄𝐃𝐔𝐂𝐀𝐓𝐈𝐎𝐍𝐀𝐋 𝐕𝐈𝐃𝐄𝐎 𝐅𝐑𝐎𝐌 𝟏𝟗𝟔𝟏⚓️
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The U.S. Navy created this emergency childbirth video. And while it’s a vintage video (you know I love vintage birth videos😻), the Navy covered many key points that are beneficial for mother and baby.
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⚓️support of the perineum(👈🏻reduces tearing)
⚓️cradle the head, don’t grasp it or interfere with its rotation.(👈🏻reduces injury to baby and mother)
⚓️if cord is around the neck, loosen it but don’t try to untangle it now(👈🏻nuchal cords are normal and are not emergencies)
⚓️never pull on the baby to hasten it’s birth, just support him(👈🏻babies can find their way through the pelvis, pulling and manipulating the baby can cause injury to mother and baby)
⚓️wait until the cord becomes limp and all pulsation ceases before tying it off(👈🏻beneficial cord blood belongs to your baby and oxygen supply through the cord helps baby transition)
⚓️the placenta, don’t pull on the cord or depress the mothers abdomen to hasten it’s delivery(👈🏻manual traction of the cord can increase chances of hemorrhage)
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We knew so much back then as well. So after all these years, why are we fighting what we know to be healthiest for mother and baby?
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These things have never been a secret. We have been ignoring it, which is worse than a secret. The truth is that we are in such a rush to get baby out, cut the cord and pull out the placenta.
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Let’s stop thinking “fast” and start thinking “slow”. #bumpbirthandbeyond

Repost @badassmotherbirther

This one has been getting shared around abit lately. Thanks for all the love! 😍

nearly one year into our journey of breastfeeding and this little girl is a boobie monster - continuing to wake once at night to nurse and often nursing five times a day. we don’t see an end in sight! throughout these twelve months we’ve perfected the dance together of nursing in public and continue to enjoy our special bond. I’m committed to nursing this milk monster as long as she’s interested - let the adventure continue! and happy almost birthday, sweet baby. 📸:@embobemalie

زایمان عالیِ بریچ
ورق بزن و ببین،وضعیت چهاردست و پا بدون دخالت و کاملا فیزیولوژی
در بریچ دفع مکونیوم طبیعی است و خطرناک تلقی نمیشود.
عزیزان من،لطفا دوستان خود را تگ کنید
پیج دوم ما را نیز فالو نمایید
@mamionini
@mamionini
@mamionini
@mamionini
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Vaginal breech births are particularly sensitive. The best chance of having a successful vaginal breech birth requires a physiological birth that has the least amount of interventions and distractions. And also a “HANDS-OFF” approach to the birth.
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When we talk about a physiological “hands off” breech birth, there are key factors that play into this. Mother should not be forced to birth in the operating room. If we know that breech vaginal births are sensitive and needs to progress steadily, putting mother in a room with loud noises and bright lights will stall the sensitive process and hinder the birth.
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Pressuring a mother to place an epidural for the purpose of “just in case”, also has the capability to stall and hurt this sensitive birth.
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Requiring a mother to birth on her back will also restrict the birth and limit key movements that the baby needs to make to successfully navigate the pelvis with his bum.
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Pulling, yanking and forcing the baby out when the birth is progressing normally should be avoided!
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SIT ON YOUR HANDS IF YOU HAVE TO! Notice in this video, a provider attempts to grab the baby and another EXPERIENCED provider pushes his hands off. (👈🏻LABOR WAS PROGRESSING MARVELOUSLY AND THERE WAS NO INDICATION FOR HELP)
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Hello baby 😍
You are so loved. .
.tag ur friends
#melbournebirthphotography #exposingbirth #birthbecomesher #birthwithoutfear #bumpbirthandbeyond #laceybarratt #birth #thisisbirth #homebirth #melbourne

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⚓️𝐂𝐇𝐈𝐋𝐃𝐁𝐈𝐑𝐓𝐇 𝐄𝐃𝐔𝐂𝐀𝐓𝐈𝐎𝐍𝐀𝐋 𝐕𝐈𝐃𝐄𝐎 𝐅𝐑𝐎𝐌 𝟏𝟗𝟔𝟏⚓️
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The U.S. Navy created this emergency childbirth video. And while it’s a vintage video (you know I love vintage birth videos😻), the Navy covered many key points that are beneficial for mother and baby.
.
⚓️support of the perineum(👈🏻reduces tearing)
⚓️cradle the head, don’t grasp it or interfere with its rotation.(👈🏻reduces injury to baby and mother)
⚓️if cord is around the neck, loosen it but don’t try to untangle it now(👈🏻nuchal cords are normal and are not emergencies)
⚓️never pull on the baby to hasten it’s birth, just support him(👈🏻babies can find their way through the pelvis, pulling and manipulating the baby can cause injury to mother and baby)
⚓️wait until the cord becomes limp and all pulsation ceases before tying it off(👈🏻beneficial cord blood belongs to your baby and oxygen supply through the cord helps baby transition)
⚓️the placenta, don’t pull on the cord or depress the mothers abdomen to hasten it’s delivery(👈🏻manual traction of the cord can increase chances of hemorrhage)
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We knew so much back then as well. So after all these years, why are we fighting what we know to be healthiest for mother and baby?
.
These things have never been a secret. We have been ignoring it, which is worse than a secret. The truth is that we are in such a rush to get baby out, cut the cord and pull out the placenta.
.
Let’s stop thinking “fast” and start thinking “slow”. #bumpbirthandbeyond

Repost @badassmotherbirther

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⚓️𝐂𝐇𝐈𝐋𝐃𝐁𝐈𝐑𝐓𝐇 𝐄𝐃𝐔𝐂𝐀𝐓𝐈𝐎𝐍𝐀𝐋 𝐕𝐈𝐃𝐄𝐎 𝐅𝐑𝐎𝐌 𝟏𝟗𝟔𝟏⚓️
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The U.S. Navy created this emergency childbirth video. And while it’s a vintage video (you know I love vintage birth videos😻), the Navy covered many key points that are beneficial for mother and baby.
.
⚓️support of the perineum(👈🏻reduces tearing)
⚓️cradle the head, don’t grasp it or interfere with its rotation.(👈🏻reduces injury to baby and mother)
⚓️if cord is around the neck, loosen it but don’t try to untangle it now(👈🏻nuchal cords are normal and are not emergencies)
⚓️never pull on the baby to hasten it’s birth, just support him(👈🏻babies can find their way through the pelvis, pulling and manipulating the baby can cause injury to mother and baby)
⚓️wait until the cord becomes limp and all pulsation ceases before tying it off(👈🏻beneficial cord blood belongs to your baby and oxygen supply through the cord helps baby transition)
⚓️the placenta, don’t pull on the cord or depress the mothers abdomen to hasten it’s delivery(👈🏻manual traction of the cord can increase chances of hemorrhage)
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We knew so much back then as well. So after all these years, why are we fighting what we know to be healthiest for mother and baby?
.
These things have never been a secret. We have been ignoring it, which is worse than a secret. The truth is that we are in such a rush to get baby out, cut the cord and pull out the placenta.
.
Let’s stop thinking “fast” and start thinking “slow”. #bumpbirthandbeyond

Repost @badassmotherbirther

Happy spooning! 🥄❤⠀

Each Little Spoon #Babyblend is packaged with a spoon that's ergonomically designed for a baby's hands and mouth. ⠀

Eating from a spoon helps your little one develop eating and motor skills! ⠀

Click through the link in our bio to read more about why we think spooning first bites is best.⠀

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During labor and delivery a tight squeeze of a hand, a nice back rub, a massage on the feet always are a good way to support! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I love to capture these details! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Most of my clients choose to add these images to their albums! 💕
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Meet Brantley, baby boy to first time parents, Tyler & Danielle Banack. He was born just one minute into his due date, on July 31st 💙 I got to visit their beautiful family for photos this past Sunday making sweet Brantley just 13 days old here.
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I generally take one or two photos with the soother just to make sure we capture the moment before it’s removed (turns out babies aren’t always a fan of that part 😜), then we remove it (praying baby stays asleep), and then continue photographing without it. Well in this case, the snapshot with the soother was just so darn cute, I couldn’t resist sharing it! This blanket was made by a friend of Danielle’s, doesn’t it look so incredibly cuddly and warm? ✨🤗
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I’ll be sharing a few more preview images from this newborn session over in my stories later this morning, so watch for them there! 💕
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⚓️𝐂𝐇𝐈𝐋𝐃𝐁𝐈𝐑𝐓𝐇 𝐄𝐃𝐔𝐂𝐀𝐓𝐈𝐎𝐍𝐀𝐋 𝐕𝐈𝐃𝐄𝐎 𝐅𝐑𝐎𝐌 𝟏𝟗𝟔𝟏⚓️
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The U.S. Navy created this emergency childbirth video. And while it’s a vintage video (you know I love vintage birth videos😻), the Navy covered many key points that are beneficial for mother and baby.
.
⚓️support of the perineum(👈🏻reduces tearing)
⚓️cradle the head, don’t grasp it or interfere with its rotation.(👈🏻reduces injury to baby and mother)
⚓️if cord is around the neck, loosen it but don’t try to untangle it now(👈🏻nuchal cords are normal and are not emergencies)
⚓️never pull on the baby to hasten it’s birth, just support him(👈🏻babies can find their way through the pelvis, pulling and manipulating the baby can cause injury to mother and baby)
⚓️wait until the cord becomes limp and all pulsation ceases before tying it off(👈🏻beneficial cord blood belongs to your baby and oxygen supply through the cord helps baby transition)
⚓️the placenta, don’t pull on the cord or depress the mothers abdomen to hasten it’s delivery(👈🏻manual traction of the cord can increase chances of hemorrhage)
.
We knew so much back then as well. So after all these years, why are we fighting what we know to be healthiest for mother and baby?
.
These things have never been a secret. We have been ignoring it, which is worse than a secret. The truth is that we are in such a rush to get baby out, cut the cord and pull out the placenta.
.
Let’s stop thinking “fast” and start thinking “slow”. #bumpbirthandbeyond

Repost @badassmotherbirther

Vicki, Howell NJ (2/3)
"I called a nurse-friend who had postpartum hemorrhage and knew the fear, but I didn’t tell anyone else. It was summer, and I was trying to get everything in order for my kids’ school year. Meanwhile, I was dying inside out of fear, but I didn’t feel I could tell anybody. Around the 21-week mark, I got a cold. After two days of intense coughing, I went to the bathroom, and a clot fell onto the ground. My OB was aware of the coughing so when I called, I was told to go straight to the hospital, where they admitted me. This was when they announced me that the accreta had become percreta. I’d stopped bleeding, but my doctor didn’t want to take the chance to send me home. I stayed at the hospital for 86 days before I had my daughter. That was really hard. I had never been away from my kids, and we had to adjust our lives. With my doctors, we had multiple plans. They were all very professional, but nobody ever really asked me how I was feeling. I was the easy patient. I wasn’t pre-term or preeclampsia, I was just a ticking time bomb, waiting to bleed out. During that time, Hurricane Sandy also happened. It was crazy, but we made it to the morning of the surgery. My husband and my dad came in. I don’t think I really said anything. How do you say goodbye? I was rolled to the main OR. Being in the medical field myself, I knew I was in the fight of my life. They started at 11am, and I woke up intubated at 6pm, in the ICU. My brother and my dad came in and handed me my phone. I was able to communicate with them: they said I had a baby girl. I didn’t want sedation, and I also asked them not to tie my hands, but that night was pure torture. By morning, they extubated me, and my husband, then my kids, came in. I also met Molly, my newborn baby. I stayed in the ICU for 18 hours then was transferred to postpartum. The first night there was one of the hardest nights of my life: I was crying because I was in so much pain. I was swollen and couldn’t turn myself in bed. I should have asked someone to stay with me, but as we all know by now, I’m not very good at telling anybody anything. I was miserable, and I had nobody there to help me."

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