Baby Ada’s Birth Day.

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  1. Kirstie says:

    Hi Amy,

    I’d love to see your birth video (although I completely understand if it’s only for people you know). I’ve read most of your blog, even though I just started following a couple months ago. I have a lot of the same feelings and thoughts towards parenting that you do.

    I too had complications during my first birth and it was an experience that I hope I don’t have to have again. It was by no means horrible, but just not what I had dreamed of. When I have my next baby I desperately want to have a birth similar to your second; in the comfort of my own home, with no medical interventions etc. Here in Canada it is a lot easier to have a home birth; I was shocked when I read one of your entries about them trying to outlaw midwives – how sad and just plain wrong.

    Anyway, I throughly enjoy your blog, as well as your pictures! They are amazing. I am slowly working on my photography skills and maybe one day I can take photographs as well as you can!


  2. yeah,I just thought you might want to know that your blog is messed up when you view it on my iphone. I?m not sure if it has something to do with my phone?s browser or your website? just saying…

    • azuroo says:

      What kind of phone do you have? I can see it fine on my iPhone’s browser. I don’t know how I would fix it because I just used a regular WordPress template. :(

      • azuroo says:

        By the way, if it doesn’t work in your browser you can always read my blog in Google Reader or whichever reader you like! There’s a subscribe button up on the top right.

  3. jodi says:

    hi amy,
    i just spent the last 4 hours in bed reading so much of your blog. my husband and i have had a bumpy road ttc. i’m 28 and he’s 26.
    i am an artist… mainly oil painting, but i love playing with anything i can get my hands on!… anyway, that and your love for natural living i also related to.

    we started ttc in 2009. we miscarried early in april 2010, then were pregnant for 11 weeks when we miscarried this last november the day after thanksgiving. we are 14 weeks pregnant now and with all the first trimester symptoms almost gone, i don’t feel pregnant, although the ultrasounds look great. i’m learning a lot about faith.

    i’ve so appreciated your honesty and vulnerability throughout your posts. i can relate. i was really encouraged to find your blog and to see your happy ending… so i let myself grieve when you went through your loss and moved soberly through future posts and your ttc… and into your doubts with your pregnancy with ada… knowing i could breathe a sigh of relief at the end, knowing that you were given this miracle. i’m trying to get to a point where i can enjoy each day as it comes and maybe even let myself become hopeful again. this will be our first baby.

    i would love to share your labor/birth experience if you don’t mind…

    and sorry for writing a book… it’s a bad habit=) i can’t control it=)

  4. Jessica says:

    My friend Rachel Plowman posted your post about being finished with nursing Rosie on our mutual DDC wall and I’ve been exploring your blog ever since! I would love to watch your birth video if you wouldn’t mind emailing me the password. Your way with words is lovely and stunning. My first baby (a 36-hour, NOT-painless homebirth) was born October 2010. I enjoyed reading your story.


  5. Brandie says:

    I came across your blog/journal after a friend posted it on Facebook and have spent my entire 3 evenings reading it. I LOVE the way you describe things that make me feel as if I am personally there.

    I am a mother to 3 and are currently TTC’ing #4. I have had very short labors with all 3 (well, short in comparison to others, the longest was 5.5 hrs!). My son was born after 3 pushes! I have always been interested in others labor/births. I don’t know why but I have been. It’s so different from person to person. I would love to experience yours after reading about it, no matter how graphic. I totally understand if you don’t want to share it.. No worries!

    Now off to read more of your wonderful postings!

  6. Life says:

    i am hooked to your blog. stumbled upon it while i was dealing with amazing back pains and uncomfortable contractions. Im on my 37th week and cant wait to be in real labor! God i wish i wont feel pain til almost 10cm,just like you. please,i’d love to see the video.

  7. Emily says:

    I would love to see your video. I am planning a natural birth for my 3rd baby… And I am trying to get as much info as possible, good and bad.

  8. Ashley says:

    Been reading your blog for almost an hour now! Love it!!! If the video is still available I would love to watch!

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