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The talk was all about placentas at our last pregnancy group at The Birth House. This incredible life sustaining organ acts as a transport system between mother and baby and is responsible for nutrition, respiration, excretion and hormone production. At full term pregnancy 500-800mls of blood per minute is going through the placenta on the…

Tristan Luke O’Reilly’s Birth Story: Tristan’s predicted date of birth was the 28th of July 2014, on a new moon, but it was almost two weeks later when the glow of a full, orange supermoon slipped above the clouds as the sun set over Korinderie Ridge. Gentle contractions had begun not long after we went…

October is pregnancy and infant loss awareness month, a time for us to remember all those babies who were born still, all those mothers who have experienced miscarriage, all those families who have lost a child. One of our own midwives, Bree, courageously shares her story of losing her daughter Sage. My story of losing…

I would like to share the story of the birth of my third child. For all of my births I had dreamed of a peaceful, natural homebirth but they did not all go to plan. Even after all my yoga, reading. meditating etc my first baby boy was born by “emergency” caeser due to him…

On Sunday the 21st of September we came together in Lismore to watch the fascinating documentary Microbirth. You can rent or buy this doco here. We had a great turnout to help us celebrate the opening of The Birth House in Lismore and we were successful through ticket sales, raffle tickets and donations to raise enough…

By Megan   Birthing preparation I wanted to birth my baby the way I felt babies should be born and I wanted to do this in an environment that provided me with support and guidance. I wanted to know where I would be, with whom I would be with and I wanted a calm and…

By Bree and LachlanPregnancy:My first pregnancy came unplanned, but at the most perfect time in our lives. I was 25, my partner and I had been together for five years. We were in a great space in our relationship, having just celebrated our union with a magical wedding ceremony the year before. My career in…

Homebirth of our daughter, Ava, 6th March 2012. It took my husband, Guy and I six years to conceive our daughter Ava. I loved being pregnant and felt healthy and well. I spent a lot of time meditating and talking with my baby, and I enjoyed regular relaxation massages. Ava was in a posterior position…

    In August of last year I boarded a plane for the sweet sounding Honiara, capital of the Solomon Islands. I arrived with four other Australian Volunteers International (AVI) volunteers who were soon to become close friends and vital confidants. I had signed up for 12 months working (for a minimal living allowance) as a “Midwife…

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