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Dannielle is the very first person I met here in Missouri, and she helped me tremendously through my birth (filming, photographing, and coaching). It was so awesome to return the favor at her 4th birth, an educated, unassisted home birth of their first girl after three boys. I'll let her tell the story <3
Have you ever wanted to bottle up a moment and keep it forever? That's basically how I've been feeling ever since I had our third child, Madeline. She's spunky, spirited, and OH SO sweet. And gosh darn, the kid keeps growing right before my eyes!
Hey Missouri! I need YOUR help with nominations for a "Beautiful Child" to receive a donated photography session and a feature in Beauty Revived Magazine.
"The mission of Beauty Revived is to tell the stories of real women and children with real beauty. Photographers donate one session to a deserving woman or child who shows attributes of kindness, courage and strength. These sessions are featured on the Beauty Revived website. Beauty Revived was established in 2014 and has held 13 national campaigns, has a network of 1500 photographers and has told the stories of 600 women in print in 9 magazines published."
I'm so excited to share my own birth story with you guys! If you go way back to THIS POST, I talked a little about my first two birth experiences and shared the few photos I had. This time, when my baby-fever having husband finally convinced me to have another one, I knew I wanted to do things differently.
One of the benefits of having a homebirth was no immediate bath. Madeline was dried off and the vernix was rubbed in. Some benefits to allowing this is reduced risk of infection, improved temperature control, improved maternal bonding, no baby lotion required (vernix is natures baby lotion), and stabilized infant blood sugar. (article here: Delaying Baby's First Bath)
We finally decided it was time, and BOY did she have a lot to say about it!