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Have you read this birth story? (piog)

Posted by on Apr. 1, 2011 at 7:40 PM
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It's really super long. But well worth the read! Twins ...born 2 days apart. Incredible story!

http://spunoutpost.blogspot.com/2010/11/natural-birthing-of-twins.html

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by on Apr. 1, 2011 at 7:40 PM
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4babyruth
by on Apr. 1, 2011 at 8:21 PM

WOW, now thats a homebirth story to talk about!

lundaylove
by on Apr. 1, 2011 at 8:27 PM

wow!

doulala
by on Apr. 9, 2011 at 6:21 PM

happy

LOVELY!!!!

And interesting:


 

Lisa reported that she’d found a statistic about the average amount of days between twins being born as 47 days….. It seems that many twins are born prematurely, and when one comes out early, they do their best to keep the second one in for as long as possible. She’d also bounced what was happening off some trusted advisors, and they all agreed that while I was healthy, and the baby  inside was healthy, there was no ‘normal’ time for twins to be born. In fact, in the days before hospital births became the norm, it was not uncommon at all for twins to be born days or even weeks apart. It’s only since birth has entered the treadmill of a hospital schedule that the second twin has only been allowed half an hour to make their own entry, before the birthing woman is induced to bring them on.

Peri-natal psychologists and midwives I’ve talked to have all found that quite often babies who are dragged into life by their legs and arms as in the case of caesareans, or induced to be born at more convenient times, set up life patterns of feeling like they’re being dragged through life against their will. Like they’re never on time to do the right thing, and that people around them are always overshadowing them and making decisions for them against their will. It seems quite stunning to me in the light of such logical conclusions about how birth sets us up for life, that we do anything apart from gentle welcomes to the world, with the mother, baby and family all being respectfully honoured in their journey.
DixieFlower
by on Apr. 10, 2011 at 12:21 PM

That was an awesome story :)

 

uncommonsense
by on Apr. 10, 2011 at 12:28 PM


Quoting doulala:

happy

LOVELY!!!!

And interesting:


 

Lisa reported that she’d found a statistic about the average amount of days between twins being born as 47 days….. It seems that many twins are born prematurely, and when one comes out early, they do their best to keep the second one in for as long as possible. She’d also bounced what was happening off some trusted advisors, and they all agreed that while I was healthy, and the baby  inside was healthy, there was no ‘normal’ time for twins to be born. In fact, in the days before hospital births became the norm, it was not uncommon at all for twins to be born days or even weeks apart. It’s only since birth has entered the treadmill of a hospital schedule that the second twin has only been allowed half an hour to make their own entry, before the birthing woman is induced to bring them on.

Peri-natal psychologists and midwives I’ve talked to have all found that quite often babies who are dragged into life by their legs and arms as in the case of caesareans, or induced to be born at more convenient times, set up life patterns of feeling like they’re being dragged through life against their will. Like they’re never on time to do the right thing, and that people around them are always overshadowing them and making decisions for them against their will. It seems quite stunning to me in the light of such logical conclusions about how birth sets us up for life, that we do anything apart from gentle welcomes to the world, with the mother, baby and family all being respectfully honoured in their journey.

Great point Doulala!  Thanks for sharing this amazing story!!

tiger_tatted1
by on Apr. 10, 2011 at 12:53 PM
Where is rhe 2nd part? Lol
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outstandingLove
by on Apr. 10, 2011 at 2:56 PM


Quoting tiger_tatted1:

Where is rhe 2nd part? Lol

If you look at the right hand side she has links to other areas of her blog. One of them says something like "continuing the story" or something. ...click it.

Pandapanda
by on Apr. 10, 2011 at 4:23 PM
Woah!
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