This Guest Post has been provided by Corinne Henderson.
Corinne is the ACT Volunteer coordinator for Miracle Babies Foundation. This organisation provides support for families that have experienced the birth of a premature or sick baby.
Shalome is the Editor of the Rockstar Birth Magazine - empowering pregnant mamas to rock their birth, their way. Find out how you can birth like a Rockstar with your FREE issue at www.rockstarbirthmagazine.com, on Facebook and Instagram.
If your baby is lying in the breech position (presenting bottom-first not head-first), late in pregnancy, you need information that is quick to access, easy to understand and unbiased. You’ll find easy to read and understand information in this book by Fiona McArthur with some quotes from mums who’ve been in this situation too.
Kim Lock is a writer, a feminist, a mother, a breastfeeding advocate and published author. Kim's debut novel Peace, Love and Khaki Socks was released in 2013 to rave reviews and she launched her blog due to popular demand. Kim is a natural story teller, in this story she bares her soul (but nor her actual breast) to highlight some of the issues that are often misunderstood and even ignored in motherhood.
Originally published on The Little Leaf in August 2012, reproduced here with permission.
Find out more about Kim: http://kimlockauthor.com/ and read her blog: http://the-little-leaf.blogspot.com.au/
Jamie Hocking is the Director of Mindful Pregnancy. Jamie’s mission is to inspire women to embrace the naturally transformative experience of pregnancy, and to provide them with tools and practices to support their emotional wellbeing and personal development during pregnancy, birth, and into motherhood. Jamie is a Hynobirthing Australia™ Certified Practitioner and the creator of Affirmations For Pregnancy audio programs designed for each trimester of pregnancy.
You can find Jamie at www.mindful-pregnancy.com, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/mindfulpregnancy, and on Pinterest at www.pinterest.com/mindfulpregnanc
This post is republished with permission from http://mindful-pregnancy.com/no-do-overs-when-it-comes-to-birthing/
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