Whether you are pregnant and looking for inspirational birth stories through your pregnancy, trying to conceive, breastfeeding, or postpartum; if you're a first time mom or a veteran parent of multiple children, you can learn, laugh and maybe even cry a little at these moving childbirth stories from those willing to share one of the most intimate moments of their lives.
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In this rebroadcast from 2020, Bekah shares how she and her boyfriend discovered they were pregnant after 3 short months of dating, and struggled to navigate their new roles as partners and future parents throughout an otherwise uneventful pregnancy.... more
In this replay from an episode in 2020, Isabel shares how she went into labor while working a night shift as an L&D nurse at the hospital she was delivering. more
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It’s such a shame, this podcast used to be so great. Now it’s all about being progressive. It shouldn’t matter what color your skin is, or your religious, political beliefs. But now she only interviews women who will get her woke points. more
I love listening to birth stories but am unable to listen to this podcast. The host is a great person with a lot of knowledge, but I highly recommend they invest in a mic screen or barrier (along with other methods) to filter out mouth noises from the host’s dry mouth. It is difficult to listen to.
As a doula of ten years and birth advocate, I listen regularly but I don’t recommend it to clients or mothers looking to learn more about birth or become empowered in their decisions. I understand that the format of the show is to allow women to share their stories from their own perspective. However, because the host doesn’t intervene or ask many questions, this causes a whole lot of inaccurate information to be shared without clarification. There are many stories that pass along non-evidence b... more
Love the content of this podcast. Pregnant with my second and recently started listening again. I love binging all types of birth stories and hearing parent journey stories! Bryn can seem dry and uninterested at times but when you listen to enough episodes you’ll see that isn’t the case. I’ve only been turned off by one episode and that was 689.. the mother in that story had such a victim mentality and blamed so many things on so many people. I had to quit 40 minutes in because of her constant c... more
I respect that this podcast supports the sharing of birth stories from a diverse group, including trans and non-binary individuals. Thank you for creating an inclusive space for story-telling!
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The Birth Hour launched 7 years ago and published 100 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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