Anne Margolis is a practicing Midwife in New York. She received her B.S.N. in Nursing from the University of Pennsylvania, her degree in Nurse-Midwifery from the Frontier School of Midwifery and Family Nursing, and her Master's in Nursing from Case Western Reserve University. She is a licensed midwife in New York and New Jersey, a licensed OB/GYN nurse practitioner in New York, and is certified by the American Midwifery Certification Board.
Lauren Hartmann tells the birth stories of her two children, one at a birth center, the other a homebirth. Lauren provides a unique perspective, having started her first pregnancy planning a hospital birth before moving to a birth center, then having her second birth at home. Her stories have a lot to offer for women weighing their options to decide what will work best for their them.
Welcome to The Birth Hour! In this episode, Indiana Adams, blogger, conference planning guru and budding podcaster shares her well known birth stories. She has had three homebirths, and none of them have been void of excitement. I'll break it down for you in short form by hitting on the highlights.
First Birth - Precipitous labor, homebirth, washcloth of modesty.
Second Birth - Even MORE precipitous, unassisted, the toilet is a major player.
Third Birth - Unaware of baby's presence until 17 weeks gestation, natural induction at home, STILL precipitous.
You'll have to listen to Indiana tell it in her own words on this episode of The Birth Hour.
Welcome! The Birth Hour is a podcastcreated for mothers to come together to share their childbirth stories. Whether you are pregnant, trying to conceive, a first time mom or a veteran mother of multiple children, you can learn, laugh and maybe even cry a little at these moving birth stories from women willing to share one of the most intimate moments of their lives.