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    Congratulations to all the lovely ladies who have birthed their beautiful babies in this thread.

    Huge congrats to Demeter... you were an inspiration to me.

    Wow... this thread makes me clucky My last bub was birthed at home with an IM in the breech position & the one before was an unassisted at home in water.

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    Hi everyone
    Congratulations to those of you who have had your babes and all the best to those expecting soon.

    I am very excited to be planning a homebirth with my second - more specifically, a HBAC.
    It would be great to chat to other women planning a homebirth as I really haven't told many people (my family may kidnap me and drag me to a hospital if i tell them!).

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    Planing to have baby #5 at home, due November 20 :-)

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    Hi ladies

    i had my growth scan and my little girl is just that- petite to average. So looks like I'm having a homebirth as long as I can get into labour by my EDD.

    I'm feeling good, finish work on Friday and looking forward to getting to 37 weeks So i can really step up the natural induction methods.

    Hope everyone is great. I have a bunnings tub in my living room full of homebirth supplies. Gets me excited looking at it


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    Hi Ladies!

    Im from Perth and Im due to have my second baby, but first home/waterbirth in September am looking forward to it but am also still quite nervous!

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    Planning my 3rd HB for mid December! Super excited!

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    Congrats to @Aisha1810 and @8cicada8 nice to see some more HB bubs on the way

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    I'm due late August and will be homebirthing again (second bub). Can't wait. Seems very far away atm as I'm actually in hospital with gastritis. Sucks!


 

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