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28.10.2014
David Davis says he was forced to deliver his new baby at home after he and his wife were turned away from a local hospital in Connecticut because his wife was supposedly not close to delivering. Hours after staff at Griffin Hospital in Derby told them go to home  Lillie began feeling strong labor pains. This birth story came to us with a wonderful message thanking the BWF Blog for all it does. First off, let me say that BWF is an amazing resource for women looking for information and support and I’m so glad I came across you on Facebook. An ongoing topic on BWF has been “can you have a peaceful, natural, fearless birth in a hospital?” And I wanted to share my birth with you and your followers to say that YES! I know not every woman has access to such resources, and we’re the exception and not the rule, but I wanted to share my experience to show that it can be done!! We are blessed to have had two amazing, intervention-free hospital births with our two sons. I labored at home as long as possible, leaving for the hospital only when my body told me it was time to go.


I labored the baby down on what our doula calls the “dilation station” (aka the toilet) before getting into the tub.
I pushed for just 15-minutes after my water broke in the tub as our amazing doula guarded my birth space from interference by well-intentioned nurses.
My husband snuggled him skin-to-skin as I got out of the water and soon after, I was tandem nursing my beautiful, healthy baby boy and his toddler brother in the blissful haze of an amazing, peaceful, natural hospital birth. I am planning a natural birth at this same hospital in August and am wondering who the Mom’s midwife was, and how she managed to have a water birth because my midwife told me they do NOT allow water births at this hospital. For liability the hospital or midwifes cant advertise or agree to a waterbirth…but they cant make you get out of the water. With the support of my midwife, my doula and my amazing husband I had a beautiful, peaceful, amazing birth.
We chose a birth team that we thought would help support us in our goal of having as natural and intervention free birth as possible – CNMs, Doulas, birth classes, etc.
After getting to the hospital, we were pre-admitted by our amazing Midwife and got to skip triage and go straight to the birthing suite!


I relaxed in the warm water and retreated inward while my body did the hard work of labor (to the point where I actually fell asleep between contractions while 9+ cm dilated). My wonderful husband guided our son, Jaxon, into the world just moments after our midwife walked into the room. Also, I’m having to transfer my care from Texas to the OU medical center for a VBAC and I am nervous.
Your pics and video took me back to my own birthing experience at OU in OKC just one month after yours on September 24th of this last year. Please always talk to your care provider when making any decisions about your pregnancy and birth.



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