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I suppose the best place to start is when my irregular contractions that I had been feeling since Saturday night became very regular contractions Monday afternoon. I had gone into work that Monday only to be sent home because having contractions every 7-10 minutes was making my … Continue reading
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Birth Story of William Farrell Schellingerhoudt I woke up on Friday, February 19, 2010 with mild contractions that were beginning to move around into my back. I’d been having strong Braxton-Hicks quite frequently for a week and was wondering if, … Continue reading
My first contact with Melissa was when she emailed me inquiring about my Doula Services. She mentioned in her email that her family was getting ready to move from Chicago back to her hometown of Coeur D’Alene, and had already … Continue reading
I’ve known Charese for a long time. When I saw she was pregnant I sent her a message to see if she needed a doula, and lucky me- she did J I met with She and David when they were … Continue reading
Alexis and Shawn found me when they were about halfway through the pregnancy. First time parents, and an incredibly entertaining couple. They were just fun to be around! Alexis went a little past her date, and when a few potential … Continue reading
I met AndI and Curtis when she was in her 3rd trimester. She wanted to try for an unmedicated birth and was eager to read up on what she could to try to make that happen. On Saturday the 28th … Continue reading
So, I met Amy & Jim later on in her pregnancy. I loved them right away. Totally excited about natural childbirth, looking to do her second VBAC, and incredibly educated and prepared. When Amy was 38 weeks it looked like … Continue reading
I love the look. Eye brows raise. They begin shaking their heads. Skepticism begins to cross their face. Then they mutter something about people with a high pain tolerance. If only, people. If only.My eyes well with tears when I stub my … Continue reading